I'm back! Let's just catch up a bit… what happened while I was away? (Questions on Lightroom profiles, lenses used, recommendations and more!)
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Hardware: Panasonic Leica Nocticron 42.5mm f/1.2
Leica DG Nocticron 42.5mm f/1.2 ASPH (85mm equivalent) will give your portrait shots that shallow depth of field you're looking for.
Why should every photographer and cinematographer have an Variable ND (neutral density) filter? How does it even work?! I hear you cry! Well, wonder no more, because this show will explain it all.
In part 3, we see the problem I've run into with the Atomos Ninja Inferno and the V-Log footage on an HDR timeline. Do YOU know what's wrong?!
In part 2, we learn how to set up a Final Cut Pro X 10.4 library for HDR editing, discuss how to know what you're looking at on a non-HDR screen, and run into the problem that we'll explore in part 3.
In part 1, I show off the GH5S ISO settings, discuss the difference between auto/low/high ISO settings, compare in-studio shots of ISO 400 vs 2500, then show test shots from the blacksmith shop shot in V-Log on an Atomos Ninja Inferno in Final Cut Pro X!
Let's jump into the LUMIX Lens Lineup. The Nocticron is, understandably, one of my favorite Panasonic lenses for LUMIX cameras. Let's see some photos and talk about the gear!
It's a day of firmware updates…
The LUMIX GH5 gets v.2.1, fixing a bug and adjusting some presets
The 30mm macro gets Dual I.S.2
The 42.5mm f/1.2 Leica Noctircron gets Dual I.S.2 (dual image stabilization version 2)
It's time to address some of the more detailed questions from the comments. We cover an analysis of the iPhone X design and features, some lens suggestions for the LUMIX GH5, Touchscreen Autofocus on the GH5, and much more.
What photographer doesn't love to travel? Today, let's talk about what camera gear you do — and don't! — need on your next trip. You don't want to forget something important… and you also don't want to take too much.
I get LOTS of questions about lenses; “which one is right for me”, “what's the best for ABC situation”, etc. This video will start a series of deep dives into individual lenses, starting with an overview of everything in my collection!