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Photographing Christmas morning can be a little tricky - there can be lots going on, the lighting is often less than ideal, and of course, you want to actually be present in the moment and not stuck behind a camera all the time! Plus if your day starts out like my Christmas mornings used to work out, you're woken up by the kids, dragged downstairs half asleep, only to find that your camera is out of battery and you have a full memory card just when you want to start snapping away at the kids opening their presents! So today I have 10 tips for you that will help you be prepared for anything on Christmas morning - these tips will help you with everything from choosing your camera settings, to how to use the light effectively, and practical tips that will all work together to help you capture awesome memories of your Christmas morning. Tune in to learn: The 3 things I always do the night before Christmas! The type of lens I recommend that you use for Christmas morning “documentary” photos. What to watch out for with your ISO and shutter speed settings. Why turning off your on-camera pop up flash is a must! What you can do in both natural light and artificial lighting situations. The stress free way to get in the frame with your kids on Christmas morning! And more! RESOURCES MENTIONED Speedlight 101: On Camera Flash Kickstarter Guide Free Camera Settings Cheat Sheet How to Shoot in Manual Mode (a Step By Step Guide!) "Why are my photos grainy (and how to fix it) " Sigma 35mm Art Lens (Canon Version but also available for Nikon etc) Interval Timer (This is for my camera, find the version that fits yours!) How to Take A Self Portrait COME SAY HI! WEBSITE | https://livesnaplove.com/ BLOG | https://livesnaplove.com/blog-home INSTAGRAM | https://www.instagram.com/livesnaplove FACEBOOK | https://www.facebook.com/livesnaplove New episodes drop every Tuesday, so make sure to click that follow button to get notified when they land!
Julie Ryan McGue is an author, a domestic adoptee, and an identical twin. She writes extensively about finding out who you are, where you belong, and making sense of it.Julie's debut award winning memoir Twice a Daughter: A Search for Identity, Family, and Belonging (https://juliemcgueauthor.com/books/)(She Writes Press) came out in May 2021. It is the story of her five-year search for birth relatives. Her weekly blogs That Girl, This Life (https://juliemcgueauthor.com/blog/)and monthly column at The Beacher focus on identity, family, and life's quirky moments. Born in Chicago, Illinois, Julie received a BA from Indiana University in Psychology. She earned a MM in Marketing from the Kellogg Graduate School of Business, Northwestern University. She has served multiple terms on the Board of the Midwest Adoption Center and is an active member of the American Adoption Congress.Julie splits her time between Northwest Indiana and Sarasota, Florida. She is the mother of four adult children and has three grandsons. If she's not at her computer, she's on the tennis court, or out exploring with her Nikon. Julie is currently working on a collection of personal essays. https://www.pulledbytheroot.com/
Please support this show buy subscribing / following and writing a review if you can. It greatly helps us to reach more photography enthusiasts like you! We are absolutely delighted to have the incredible @JoeMcNally and @LastXwitness come to the shop on his latest trip to the UK, where we chatted all things Cameras, Technology, Lighting, Constructive Critique, etc and what they got in store for 2022… Konstantin & Becky bring to you the latest Nikon news and photography related announcements. Listen on podcast platforms: https://anchor.fm/grays-of-westminster 0:00 Intro 2:23 Nikon UK workshop 5:23 Lighting talk 9:10 How Joe and Seth met 15:00 Mentoring 17:40 Young Photographers 19:25 Lightroom & Capture One Presets 21:23 Understanding Light 22:30 Progression from early work 25:10 Next generation technology 27:47 Global Shutter 36:10 Use the tools you have 38:07 Nikon Z9 tech get cheaper & brand philosophy 41:05 Pro Photographer Daily rate 42:35 Cheap vs Expensive lighting vs actual image 46:55 YouTube, Forums & Constructive Critique 55:36 What's next for Seth 57:29 Community is important 59:08 Polaroids 1:00:19 Rear curtain sync 1:00:56 The END result 1:02:08 What's next for Joe 1:05:45 Wrap up & Story time Visit our e-shop: https://shop.graysofwestminster.co.uk/ Second-Hand Nikon Equipment: http://bit.ly/secondhandoffers Instagram: Joe McNally: https://www.instagram.com/joemcnallyphoto/ Seth Miranda: https://www.instagram.com/lastxwitness/ Grays of Westminster: https://www.instagram.com/nikonatgrays/ Rebecca Danese: https://www.instagram.com/rebecca_danese/ Konstantin Kochkin: https://www.instagram.com/konstantinkochkin/ Production: Konstantin Kochkin Assistant: Danie Cruz Thanks for watching! #nikon #z9 #z8 --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/grays-of-westminster/message
Grey Levitt began his career as a photographer shooting bands such as Jethro Tull, Kinks, Genesis and expanded from there to creating one of the most well-known Nikon camera shops in London, Grey's of Westminster. He researched the history of photography before publishing his books, as well as for each issue of his magazine.
A cura di Daniele Biacchessi 23 novembre 1980, 43 anni fa. E' una fredda domenica come tante. Le famiglie italiane mangiano e guardano il telegiornale: le notizie della giornata, la politica, la cronaca, gli esteri, lo sport. Il flusso di notizie viene interrotto da una notizia che giunge da lontano. Un potente terremoto del 6,9 rade al suolo una vasta zona del Sud, tra la Campania e la Basilicata. Si sbriciolano uno dopo l'altro Laviano, Lioni, Sant'Angelo de Lombardi, Calabritto, Teora, Conza della Campania, Balvano. Lesioni e crolli si verificano a Napoli, Avellino, Potenza, in ogni luogo. 280.000 sfollati, 8.848 feriti e 2.914 morti. Ero un giovane giornalista. Decisi con l'amico e fotografo Marco Deidda di affrontare il lungo viaggio verso l'Irpinia. La protezione Civile aveva comunicato che chiunque fosse intenzionato a partire per le zone terremotate doveva essere autosufficiente. Partimmo con una 127 bianca. Quella macchina diventò ben presto la nostra casa per dieci giorni. Ci eravamo portati tutto, viveri compresi, soprattutto un sacchetto di plastica pieno di gettoni telefonici di rame, quelli vecchi, con la scalanatura in mezzo. Non avevamo i mezzi della Rai. Allora noi inviati delle radio private d'informazione utilizzavamo fantasia, dimostravamo grande spirito di adattamento e gioco di squadra. Quando si riusciva a trovare una cabina di fortuna chiamavamo la redazione centrale. Da lontano, le linee sporche della Sip diventavano ancora più gracchianti e il gettone interrompeva per un micro secondo la comunicazione. Ma quelle cronache erano straordinarie. Arrivammo il 24 novembre sera a Buccino. Una strada, una decina di morti sulle strade, persone abbandonate da Dio e dagli uomini, senza più niente, senza casa. Alcuni vagavano come zombie con le ciabatte e il pigiama dalla sera prima. Solo un radioamatore lanciava i suoi disperati appelli dall'etere che vennero ascoltati solo molte ore dopo il disastro. Marco Deidda scattava fotografie con una Nikon senza motore, decine, centinaia di scatti: le mani, gli occhi, i volti delle persone, i calcinacci, gli effetti personali lasciati abbandonati in fretta, i ricordi, i quadri di famiglia. E io registravo lamenti, suoni, voci della disperazione, interviste. Mi ponevo domande e dubbi. Per giorni camminammo tra paesi distrutti, vecchi soli davanti a ciò che restava delle loro abitazioni, cani e animali abbandonati, tra un'odore forte e irrespirabile di morte e le urla di dolore dei familiari delle vittime. Ricordo alcune scene che hanno accompagnato la mia memoria di cronista, nel corso Decine di bare allineate sul sagrato della chiesa di Sant'Angelo de Lombardi, nel silenzio e nell'incredulità generale. Il paese di Laviano per centinaia di anni in collina sprofondato a valle. Le continue e ripetute scosse di assestamento, certe volte perfino più forti di quella devastante del 23 novembre. Il primo e il secondo crollo della scuola di Sant'Angelo de Lombardi. Le lunghe code lungo le strade e autostrade di italiane di mezzi che trasportavano le case prefabbricate per i terremotati, gestite in modo clientelare. L'assalto al forno di Eboli da parte della popolazione inferocita contro le istituzioni che distribuivano viveri seguendo il “modello Lauro”. Il racket dei vestiti usati smistati dalla Protezione Civile a Potenza e Avellino. Le vergognose menzogne di sindaci, assessori, ministri, sottosegretari, funzionari dello Stato, alle varie conferenze stampa ascoltate a Napoli, Avellino, Potenza. Ma ricordo anche le parole chiare e precise dell'allora presidente della Repubblica Sandro Pertini, un uomo per bene. “Non vi sono stati i soccorsi immediati che avrebbero dovuto esserci. Ancora dalle macerie si levavano gemiti, grida di disperazione di sepolti vivi” 43 anni dopo il terremoto dell'Irpinia, le parole di Pertini suonano da monito, a futura memoria. Per mai dimenticare. "Il Corsivo" a cura di Daniele Biacchessi non è un editoriale, ma un approfondimento sui fatti di maggiore interesse che i quotidiani spesso non raccontano. Un servizio in punta di penna che analizza con un occhio esperto quell'angolo nascosto delle notizie di politica, economia e cronaca. ___________________________________________________ Ascolta altre produzioni di Giornale Radio sul sito: https://www.giornaleradio.fm oppure scarica la nostra App gratuita: iOS - App Store - https://apple.co/2uW01yA Android - Google Play - http://bit.ly/2vCjiW3 Resta connesso e segui i canali social di Giornale Radio: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/giornaleradio.fm/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/giornale_radio_fm/?hl=it
Please support this show buy subscribing / following and writing a review if you can. It greatly helps us to reach more photography enthusiasts like you! Konstantin & Becky bring to you the latest Nikon news and photography related announcements. Rebecca Danese: https://www.instagram.com/rebecca_danese Konstantin Kochkin: https://www.instagram.com/konstantinkochkin Production: Konstantin Kochkin Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org 0:00 Intro 0:16 Black Friday Deals 2:03 Nikon ZF is the best selling camera in Japan 3:06 Nikon ZF firmware 3:50 Nikon ZFc firmware 4:05 EN-EL25a announced 5:19 DX camera coming soon? 10:56 Nikon Z9h rumors 13:56 90th Anniversary of Nikkor Lenses 16:23 Nikon Financials Q&A 18:43 rare 300mm f/2 PL sold 19:35 Adapted Lenses for Nikon Z 21:21 Reviews Nikon Report 138 (20.11.2023) Black Friday Grays Deals https://shop.graysofwestminster.co.uk/ Nikon Winter Savings https://shop.graysofwestminster.co.uk/product-tag/nikon-winter-instant-savings/ The Nikon Zf, the best-selling camera in many Japanese stores https://tinyurl.com/ymn9vw7s https://tinyurl.com/2nuzzebj Zf Firmware v1.10 https://downloadcenter.nikonimglib.com/en/download/fw/507.html Z fc Firmware ZFc v.1.5.0 https://downloadcenter.nikonimglib.com/en/download/fw/506.html New EN-EL25a Li-ion rechargeable battery announced https://www.nikon-image.com/products/accessory/power_supply/en-el25a/ Is DX Next? By Thom Hogan https://www.zsystemuser.com/nikon-z-system-news-and/is-dx-next.html Very early rumors of a new Nikon Z high-speed camera (Z9h?) to be announced for the Paris 2024 Olympics https://tinyurl.com/5xw9vv6w Nikon celebrated the 90th anniversary of it's Nikkor Lenses https://www.nikonusa.com/en/about-nikon/press-room/press-release/lo74gelj/NIKKOR-CELEBRATES-ITS-90th-ANNIVERSARY.html Q2 Financial Results Q&A https://www.nikon.com/company/ir/ir_library/result/qa/2024_2q/20231114_e.pdf RARE 300mm f/2 AIS appears at auction https://www.catawiki.com/en/l/75368019-nikon-nikkor-300mm-t2-ed-century-precision-optics-housing NIKON Zf + Adapted F Mount Lenses by Matt Granger https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8eYLF-7Pr6k MosterAdapter announces the development of AF lens adapter LA-FE2 compatible with Nikon D type lens drive https://asobinet.com/info-release-development-la-fe2/ Reviews: Nikon Zf review - What is it really like? Performance, Handling, Pros and Cons by Grays https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R05MpLc8zng A Tilt Shift MACRO Lens for Nikon Z!? TTArtisan 100mm f/2.8 Macro lens with Tilt-Shift REVIEW by grays https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ByDuATzr-x0 Weekend Read & Watch Nikon Cameras and Lenses in Space by Tim Chapman https://www.timmchapman.com/gallery/nasa-nikon-profiles/ NASA Nikon F4 Electronic Still Camera - First Digital SLR in Space https://www.timmchapman.com/page/nasa-nikons/ NASA Nikkor lens serial number database https://www.timmchapman.com/page/nasa-nikkor-lens-serial-number-database/ Nikon Ambassador Michelle Valberg on Storytelling in Wildlife Photography by Petapixel https://petapixel.com/2023/11/06/nikon-ambassador-michelle-valberg-on-storytelling-in-wildlife-photography/ Thanks for watching! #nikon #nikkor #nikonzf --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/grays-of-westminster/message
Dans la STORY, Benjamin nous présente l'incroyable projet I'm Back Film avec les témoignages de Samuel Mello Medeiros et Filippo Nishino. Cette STORY est issue de l'épisode " S709 - Les meilleurs boîtiers hybrides 2023 " diffusé le 16 novembre 2023. Aux micros de cette émission : Arthur Azoulay, Benjamin Favier, Louis Royer, Rony Studient et Mathilde Lécuyer, Cyril Thomas, Yann Salmon-Legagneur, Pierre-Yves Maitre, Samuel Mello Medeiros et Filippo Nishino.
Episode 418 of the Lens Shark Photography Podcast In This Episode If you subscribe to the Lens Shark Photography Podcast, please take a moment to rate and review us to help make it easier for others to discover the show. Sponsors: - Build Your Legacy with Fujifilm - Shop with the legends at RobertsCamera.com, and unload your gear with UsedPhotoPro.com - Get 20% OFF with code SHARKY20 at Tenba.com - Get 50% OFF at GravityBackdropsUS.com from Nov. 22-30, 2023 - More mostly 20% OFF codes at LensShark.com/deals. Stories: SanDisk's comments on its drive failure issue. (#) Sony a9 III ownership might come with some asterisks. (#) Shimoda's new Urban Explore bag hits Kickstarter. (#) Sigma's 70-200mm f/2.8 is finally on its way. (#) Nikon may have turned the corner. (#) ProGrade Digital's new cards are screamers. (#) This Fotodiox adapter gives you tilt-shift capability. (#) Lightroom Classic has an annoying bug for some. (#) These Kodak chemicals are coming back. (#) A 95-year-old camera store gets hit by thieves in Miami. (#) Connect With Us Thank you for listening to the Lens Shark Photography Podcast! Connect with me, Sharky James on Twitter, Instagram Vero, and Facebook (all @LensShark).
Dans le GRAND DÉBAT, nous vous proposons une grande discussion sur les meilleurs boîtiers hybrides 2023 avec Rony Studient de la boutique spécialisée IPLN et le journaliste Louis Royer du magazine en ligne Phototrend. Pour enrichir la discussion, nous avons également le plaisir d'écouter les témoignages de Mathilde Lécuyer, la cheffe de produit Lumix ; de Cyril Thomas, directeur général de Leica Camera France et de Pierre-Yves Maitre, Product Owner Image Quality Expertise chez DxO Mark. Cette émission est présentée par les Lumix S5 Mark II et S5 Mark II X, les plein format Lumix avec autofocus hybride à détection de phase. Ce GRAND DÉBAT est issu de l'épisode " S709 - Les meilleurs boîtiers hybrides 2023 " diffusé le 16 novembre 2023. Aux micros de cette émission : Arthur Azoulay, Benjamin Favier, Louis Royer, Rony Studient et Mathilde Lécuyer, Cyril Thomas, Yann Salmon-Legagneur, Pierre-Yves Maitre, Samuel Mello Medeiros et Filippo Nishino.
How much are your photobooks worth, and where can you get an idea of their value? Today, the investments that are, photo books, how to use pic-time to sell your work as fine art prints, understanding native and base ISO, the wonder Lightroom's Denoise, why professional photographers won't want to use in-camera ai to process pictures on the fly, which focus method should I use in my X-T5, or which works best? Also which pictures good enough to deliver would you hold back from a client due to the content, a question of Nikon that only the Internet can answer on our behalf, personal project advice and resolution needed to make ‘mahoosive' prints. Email the show with your questions: email@example.com Pic Time: https://www.pic-time.com/ - use FUJICAST when creating an account for discount offers to apply For links go to the showpage.
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Dans le QUIZ, les auditeurs du podcast Faut Pas Pousser les ISO posent leurs questions à nos invités, Rony Studient de la boutique spécialisée IPLN et le journaliste Louis Royer du magazine en ligne Phototrend. Ce QUIZ est issu de l'épisode " S709 - Les meilleurs boîtiers hybrides 2023 " diffusé le 16 novembre 2023. Aux micros de cette émission : Arthur Azoulay, Benjamin Favier, Louis Royer, Rony Studient et Mathilde Lécuyer, Cyril Thomas, Yann Salmon-Legagneur, Pierre-Yves Maitre, Samuel Mello Medeiros et Filippo Nishino.
Muistelimme autossa kuvausmatkalta palatessamme, miltä tuntui käydä Sexhibition-messuilla Helsingin Kaapelitehtaalla jututtamassa jengiä mm. runkkaamisesta, deittailusta, seksileluista ja tietysti myös messumeiningeistä. Siinä ohessa Tiia ehti pyörähdellä halaamassa tuttuja, keksiä uusia yhteistyökuvioita, tehdä heräteostoksia sekä ottaa selkäänsä pistäen Karrin hikoilemaan. Muistelmia siis mustelmista ja siitä, miltä messut vaikuttivat Nikon näkökulmasta? Sattuiko eka kerta ja otetaanko uusiksi? Kuuntele ja katso, niin tiedät. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/hsana/message
Amy Balliett - Keynote Speaker | Author | Visual Strategist | Sr. Fellow of Visual Strategy | Board Advisor | Founder Go to www.thejasoncavnessexperience.com for the full episode and other episodes of The Jason Cavness Experience on your favorite platforms. Sponsor CavnessHR delivers HR companies with 49 or fewer people with our HR platform and by providing you access to your own HRBP. www.CavnessHR.com CavnessHR Crowdfunding Campaign We are doing an equity crowdfunding campaign for CavnessHR. You can become an owner in CavnessHR by taking part in our campaign. https://wefunder.com/cavnesshr Amy's Bio Amy Balliett made a name for herself as the CEO and Founder of the creative content agency, Killer Visual Strategies (formerly Killer Infographics). A seasoned entrepreneur, she owned her first company—a candy store and ice cream parlor—at the age of 17 before heading off for college. She subsequently built a successful career in film and marketing before launching Killer in 2010. Within a few years, Killer Visual Strategies grew to become the industry leader in visual communication, driving visual strategy and creative content campaigns for global brands including Microsoft, Boeing, Adobe, Nikon, Starbucks, the National Endowment for the Arts, the United Nations, and more. By 2018, Balliett and her executive team sold Killer to an agency collaborative and subsequently joined fellow agency leaders in building Material. Named the Number One Global Strategic Consulting Firm by GRIT in 2021, Material combines the talent of 12 leading agencies, consisting of 1200+ global employees across the practices of research, strategy, design, and brand building. Today, Balliett is the Senior Fellow of Visual Strategy for Material, serves as the Chief Visual Strategist on several boards, and is an award winning author. Considered an expert in her field, Balliett speaks at dozens of conferences each year including SXSW, Adobe MAX, Content Marketing World, and more. She is also a regular teacher at The School of Visual Concepts, a guest lecturer at several colleges and universities, and a LinkedIn Learning instructor. We talked about the following and other items Starting a business at 17 Wanting to be a Director in the Film Industry Content Marketing Public Speaking Guy Kawasaki Writing her book Amy's Social Media Amy's Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/amyballiett/ Amy's Advice I have two pieces of advice. First, the word entrepreneur is used so loosely, that very few people actually understand what it takes to be a founder. I would almost rather use the word founder over entrepreneur. The thing is you're not an entrepreneur, when you just have ideas, but you have no way to execute those ideas. I can't stand those types of entrepreneurs, where they think that their idea is so brilliant that people will come work for free and build their idea for them. But then they'll reap all the benefits. That's BS to me. If you have an idea, and you learn how to execute that idea yourself, that's a lot more entrepreneurial. So I guess my first piece of advice is know what an entrepreneur really is, an entrepreneur, in my opinion, is a founder, a person who is the last person to take money out of the company, only after everybody else gets paid, and you've secured everybody else's job and livelihood. An entrepreneur is somebody who risks everything for potential reward in the distant future, not the near future. An entrepreneur is somebody who empowers other people to grow and build their families. and move up in their careers. So if you want to be an entrepreneur, you need to understand that that's an 80 hour a week job. It's not a 40 hour a week job, it's definitely not less than 40 hours a week. You're not gonna get rich quick. If you want to be an entrepreneur, the best entrepreneurs, in my opinion, are the ones who know how to perform every single role in their business, and have spent at least a month at minimum performing that role before hiring for that role. My preference would be you're spending six months performing that role before you hire for that role. That's what you need to do if you want to bootstrap and create a successful company where your employees respect you and want to work for you. Amy's Book Killer Visual Strategies: Engage Any Audience, Improve Comprehension, and Get Amazing Results Using Visual Communication with forward by Guy Kawasaki https://www.amazon.com/Killer-Visual-Strategies-Amy-Balliett/dp/1119680220/?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_w=PNud0&pf_rd_p=09c27161-2df3-4bce-95e3-5a30d05d01d6&pf_rd_r=6J0NPWSTA36HEW42S3GQ&pd_rd_r=f98a57d7-3c56-4d8d-b636-440793d0fa58&pd_rd_wg=Q8Y5f&ref_=pd_gw_ci_mcx_mr_hp_atf_m
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Dans le FLASH ACTU présenté par PHOX.FR, nous présentons le nouveau Sony A9 III avec le témoignage de Yann Salmon-Legagneur à la tête du marketing de Sony Europe, le nouveau Sony FE 300 mm f/2,8 GM OSS, les différentes offres de fin d'année (ODR et remises immédiates) et le festival photo Planches Contact. Ce FLASH ACTU est issu de l'épisode " S709 - Les meilleurs boîtiers hybrides 2023 " diffusé le 16 novembre 2023. Aux micros de cette émission : Arthur Azoulay, Benjamin Favier, Louis Royer, Rony Studient et Mathilde Lécuyer, Cyril Thomas, Yann Salmon-Legagneur, Pierre-Yves Maitre, Samuel Mello Medeiros et Filippo Nishino.
Dans le DÉBRIEF présenté par IPLN.FR : le spécialiste photo & vidéo, nos invités, Rony Studient de la boutique spécialisée IPLN et le journaliste Louis Royer du magazine en ligne Phototrend, résument les informations importantes à retenir de notre grande discussion sur les meilleurs boîtiers hybrides 2023. Ce DÉBRIEF est issu de l'épisode " S709 - Les meilleurs boîtiers hybrides 2023 " diffusé le 16 novembre 2023. Aux micros de cette émission : Arthur Azoulay, Benjamin Favier, Louis Royer, Rony Studient et Mathilde Lécuyer, Cyril Thomas, Yann Salmon-Legagneur, Pierre-Yves Maitre, Samuel Mello Medeiros et Filippo Nishino.
Put your lab coat ... Le "labo" pour un photographe, c'est un partenaire avant d'être un prestataire. Idéalement, on souhaite que cela se passe pour le mieux. On y achète parfois des films et des accessoires, mais surtout on y dépose, notre PRÉCIEUX. Souvent cela se passe très bien, et parfois, parfois c'est la traversé du Mordor aller-retour sans vieux babrbue pour vous aider.... Bienvenue dans cet épisode 33 que l'on aurait pu appeler la "communauté du labo." J'ai la joie de recevoir quatre invités pour échanger sur le sujet qu'est le laboratoire argentique, comment cela fonctionne, comment cela se passe et pourquoi on se sent comme Sauron quand on rend des films abîmés, voir qu'on nous annonce avoir perdu notre film dans la comtée ! Maureen CARRÉ | ReportageImage, Baptiste | EMGK, Clément | Grainyroll et Cook | Panajou m'accompagnent tout au long de cette discussion pour nous expliquer ce qu'est leur travail et en quoi il consiste. L'idée pour nous n'est pas de régler nos comptes avec un labo en particulier, mais bel et bien de comprendre ce qui se passe de l'autre côté du comptoir, quelle est la vie en quotidien d'un laboratoire, d'une strcture et de ceux qui y travaillent. Un très grand merci à mes invités pour leurs temps et leurs patience. Un épisode difficicle à produire, un record compliqué. Mais un épisode très intéressant parce que des humains très intéressants dedans. Merci à eux. Prends tes bombes et ton ghetto blaster, on file vers l'épisode 34... G. Maureen | Instagram - Twitter Baptiste | Instagram - Twitter Clément | Instagram - Twitter Cook | Instagram - Twitter Suivez l'actualité du podcast en cliquant ici !
Faire bonne impression... Le but ultime d'un photographe reste d'imprimer, de voir imprimer son travail. De pouvoir le partager sur un support physique qui respecte toute la dédication que nous avons pu mettre dans notre processsus créatif. Et là, là... C'est le drame ! "C'est quoi la définition déjà ?" "Bah 300ppp !" "Et du 640 x 840 tu crois que ça suffit pour imprimer sur du 20 x 30 ?" "T'es large !" Voici donc l'épisode 32. Un épisode en solo et, mais qui vous donne toutes les informations et la compréhension nécessaires pour ne plus vous faire brasser par votre imprimeur en lui amenant un fichier .png et être certain que le travail qui est devant vous à l'écran va sortir le plus fidèlement possible à l'impression. On y parle de définition, de résolution, de RBN, de CMJN et de calibration d'écran. Vous trouverez dans la suite du billet, tous les liens pour bien faire, sans ce tromper. Bases techniques à connaitre et comprendre Définition & résolution Synthèse - Additive | Soustractive RVB - CMJN Taille d'impressions Feuille de calcul & explications Sonde et calibration Ai-je besoin d'une sonde ? Comment calibrer un écran ? Les différentes dalles d'écrans Au final on a plusieurs fois l'occasion de faire bonne impression -tu l'as ?-. Il suffit d'avoir les bases et de savoir comment on veut travailler. L'idée de cet épisode est d'apporter les informations nécessaires, pour avoir la joie de recevoir de magnifiques clichés imprimés.... Road to 33 ! G. Suivez l'actualité du podcast en cliquant ici !
Dans l'épisode S709 du podcast Faut Pas Pousser les ISO, nous recevons Rony Studient de la boutique spécialisée IPLN et le journaliste Louis Royer du magazine en ligne Phototrend pour notre traditionnel guide de fin d'année des meilleurs boîtiers hybrides 2023. Pour enrichir la discussion, nous avons également le plaisir d'écouter les témoignages de Mathilde Lécuyer, la cheffe de produit Lumix ; de Cyril Thomas, directeur général de Leica Camera France et de Pierre-Yves Maitre, Product Owner Image Quality Expertise chez DxO Mark. Cette émission est présentée par les Lumix S5 Mark II et S5 Mark II X, les plein format Lumix avec autofocus hybride à détection de phase. Cette émission reçoit également le soutien de MPB qui est tout simplement la plus grande plateforme en ligne au monde pour acheter, vendre et échanger du matériel photo et vidéo d'occasion. Dans le FLASH ACTU présenté par PHOX.FR, nous présentons le nouveau Sony A9 III avec le témoignage de Yann Salmon-Legagneur à la tête du marketing de Sony Europe, le nouveau Sony FE 300 mm f/2,8 GM OSS, les différentes offres de fin d'année (ODR et remises immédiates) et le festival photo Planches Contact. Dans la STORY, Benjamin nous présente l'incroyable projet I'm Back Film avec les témoignages de Samuel Mello Medeiros et Filippo Nishino. Découvrez également le DÉBRIEF, présenté par IPLN.FR : le spécialiste photo & vidéo et le QUIZ qui fait la part belle aux questions des auditeurs. Aux micros de cette émission : Arthur Azoulay, Benjamin Favier, Louis Royer, Rony Studient et Mathilde Lécuyer, Cyril Thomas, Yann Salmon-Legagneur, Pierre-Yves Maitre, Samuel Mello Medeiros et Filippo Nishino.
Dato che oggi manca Dondossola, possiamo finalmente parlare di cose tecniche senza generalizzare tutto semplicemente con la parola "transistor". Ecco perché vi spieghiamo nel dettaglio cos'è un global shutter e perché dovrebbe "essere meglio". Ci sarà spazio anche per le solite pessime idee di Nico e un centro cultura per "momenti forti".
Episode 31- Ask ME ANYTHING! This podcast features Jason speaking with a group of photographers online at the conclusion of one of his livestream sessions where he opens the forum for them to ask him anything related to the world of photography. The answers are raw, true and there's a lot of fun thrown in there as well.Topics include:*How To NOT burn out*When to shoot for yourself vs. for a client*How to Handle Picky Clients*How to Control and Direct a Shoot*How to Choose the Right Gear for the Right Job*Global Shutters vs. High Speed Sync*LED's vs. StrobesAnd MORE!Thanks for listening and don't forget to subscribe and SHARE!
Please support this show buy subscribing / following and writing a review if you can. It greatly helps us to reach more photography enthusiasts like you! Konstantin & Becky bring to you the latest Nikon news and photography related announcements. Rebecca Danese: https://www.instagram.com/rebecca_danese Konstantin Kochkin: https://www.instagram.com/konstantinkochkin Production: Konstantin Kochkin Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org 0:00 Intro 0:49 Nikon Q2 Financial results 8:40 Nikon's current camera lineup1 4:55 Global Shutter is here 21:06 What Sony A9iii can tell us about Z9ii Nikon Report 137 Nikon Financials https://www.nikon.com/company/ir/ir_library/result/ Point of Discussion: Global Shutter https://dclife-jp.translate.goog/camera_news/article/nikon/2023/1109_01.html?_x_tr_sl=auto&_x_tr_tl=en&_x_tr_hl=en-GB DCLIFE: A review of the Canon global shutter full-frame sensor LI5030SA https://dclife-jp.translate.goog/camera_news/article/canon/2023/1113_01.html?_x_tr_sl=auto&_x_tr_tl=en&_x_tr_hl=en-GB Sony just changed photography FOREVER With The a9 III by Fstoppers https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kj3LoZh-2Ew Sony A9 III | Global Shutter Image Sensor Camera by Seth at Adorama https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7A1Ysx2qvm4 SONY A9 III - GLOBAL SHUTTER GAME CHANGER? | Nikon & Canon? | 300mm f/2.8 GM | Matt Irwin https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2cyIErAXpjg Thanks for listening! #nikon #sony #globalshutter --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/grays-of-westminster/message
Throughout its history, Nikon cameras have been primarily aimed at the professional market, from their stunning rangefinders in the S-Range to the original Nikon F and beyond. However, the mid-century and post-war economic boom brought a new group of photographers, the advanced consumer. Now, hobbyist photographers have always been around. These new photographers want access to the same quality cameras and optics as the professionals. And while Canon and Minolta were certainly starting to fill that gap, Nikon wanted a piece of the action. While their initial offerings under the Nikkorex line fell flat, save the Nikkorex F, it was their second attempt, the Nikkormat or Nikkomat line of SLRs, that proved to be successful. And these lovely cameras make for an excellent addition to any Nikon photographer. What set these cameras apart is that Nikon went with the Copal Square shutter for each camera, starting with the Nikkorex F rather than building in-house shutters. Also, the Nikkormat EL is the first Nikon camera with a semi-automatic exposure system. Overall, the Nikkormat line was replaced by the small-form-factor SLRs of the FM and the FE. Nikkormat FT (1965) - The Original Nikkormat body that featured a full F-Mount (Pre-AI) and a metered prisim using the same metering technology as the Nikon Photomic T metering head. Nikkormat FS (1965) - An unmetered version of the Nikkormat FT. Nikkormat FTn (1967) - An improved version of the Nikkormat FT, it now uses a classic 60/40 center-weighted metering. An improved match needle display in the viewfinder. The FTn underwent a number of changes over the course of the camera's production that lasted for nearly a decade. Nikkormat EL (1972) - Uses a CdS meter cell and provides semi-automatic aperture priority auto-exposure. Nikkormat FT2 (1975) - Rolled all the improvements of the FTn into a single camera, and changed the power source from a mercury cell to a silver oxide cell. Nikkormat ELW (1975) - Basically the same camera as the EL, but added the contacts for the AW-1 autowinder. Nikkormat FT3 (1977) - Basically took everything from the FT2, but updated the mount to accept the new AI lenses natively. Nikon EL2 (1977) - An improved ELW, with a SPD metering cell, AI lens support (native).
Sadie and Natalie Grant have a lot of fun in this episode reflecting on seasons where certain songs were EVERYTHING, why songs always stay with us, how singing can help in your time with the Lord — and for memorizing Scripture — and much more. Natalie and her husband started singing their favorite songs during lockdowns and it started the process of what eventually become her album, "Seasons." One of the tracks on the album features a duet with none other than Dolly Parton and there's a very cool Whitney Houston connection — plus Natalie shares how Dolly was the one who requested the duet! And get an inside peek at how Natalie and Sadie both rally themselves to be on-stage even when they're feeling their absolute worst. Natalie's "Seasons" album is available now: https://bit.ly/49kfln3: https://give.cru.org/first or text FIRST to 71326 — Get a free copy of Sadie and Christian's new book "How to Put Love First" with your gift! https://www.trymiracle.com/whoa — Get over 40% off + 3 FREE towels with code WHOA at checkout! https://drinkag1.com/whoa — Get a FREE 1-year supply of Vitamin D & 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase! https://www.nikonusa.com/podcastz8 — Capture all of life's memorable moments with unbeatable clarity using Nikon's Z8 mirrorless camera! - Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Please support this show buy subscribing / following and writing a review if you can. It greatly helps us to reach more photography enthusiasts like you! Konstantin & Becky bring to you the latest Nikon news and photography related announcements. Rebecca Danese: https://www.instagram.com/rebecca_danese Konstantin Kochkin: https://www.instagram.com/konstantinkochkin Production: Konstantin Kochkin Contact us at email@example.com 0:00 intro 0:20 Nikon USA November Offers 0:46 Nikon EU & UK Winter Savings 1:05 Nikon Z8 recommended memory cards 3:33 Is the Nikon Z9 going to the MOON? 6:54 Voigtlander lenses on Nikon ZF 9:15 Nikon ZF 3rd party Grip 10:42 Nikon Z8 vs ZF Silent shutter 15:14 Nikon Vertical Movie Award 16:30 Social Media vertical shooting discussion 19:32 Astrhori 28mm f/13 Macro Probe lens 21:04 Nikon ZF review by Ephotozine 22:52 Weekend Read & Watch Nikon Report 136 Nikon USA rebates for November https://nikonrumors.com/2023/11/03/nikon-usa-rebates-for-november.aspx/ UK & EU Nikon Winter Savings https://shop.graysofwestminster.co.uk/product-tag/nikon-winter-instant-savings/ Recommended Memory Cards For Nikon Z8 by Alik Griffin https://alikgriffin.com/best-memory-cards-nikon-z8/ It seems that the Nikon Z9 camera is going to the moon https://tinyurl.com/4esu3p4r DC WATCH: Which Voigtlander interchangeable lens is perfect for Nikon Z f? https://dc.watch.impress.co.jp/docs/topic/special/1542465.html Nikon ZF grip from 3rd parties https://tinyurl.com/8hsk36mf One Way the Zf is Different by Thom Hogan https://www.zsystemuser.com/nikon-z-system-news-and/one-way-the-zf-is-different.html “Nikon Presents - Vertical Movie Award 2024” begins accepting submissions https://www.nikon-image.com/news/info/2023/1101_03.html AstrHori 28mm f/13 2X macro probe lens for Nikon Z+F mount officially announced https://tinyurl.com/yc7emd39 https://tinyurl.com/mwv4kysm Nikon Zf Review by ePhotozine https://www.ephotozine.com/article/nikon-z-f-review-36693 Nikon Z 135mm f/1.8 S 'Plena' lens review https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OfMHH6p_Cds Nikon 600mm f/6.3 Field Test - This Lens Is Ridiculous! By Duade Paton https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6gUkzHyOIdo Nikon 600 PF Tests & Comparisons: Sharpness! AF Speed! Bokeh! VR! Focus Breathing! And More! By Steve Perry https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-3JrkY6JFdA Weekend Read & Watch Nikon Z9 + 4.1 Firmware: The New King Of Birding? By Steve Perry https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Va1kNNGp7pU Thanks for watching! #nikon #nikonzf #nikonz --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/grays-of-westminster/message
We've done a lot of deep dives into specific camera brands here on the Camerosity Podcast, but one brand I've been the most excited to do was Yashica. Some of my earliest acquisitions of film cameras right when I first started collecting were Yashicas, from the wonderful Yashica Electro 35 to the Yashica-Mat TLR, to the Yashica TL-Super, there was probably a time when nearly 20% of my collection was a Yashica. More than that, if you were to break down the entire Japanese camera industry into A, B, and C-List manufacturers with Nikon and Canon at the top, and the hordes of "one and done" Japanese makers from the 1950s in the C-List, Yashica seems to be one company that exists somewhere between A and B. So for this podcast, I really wanted to bring out the big guns and invite not one, but two people who love Yashica more than I do. The first guest is someone who I've interviewed before on my "One Hour Photo" series, is Paul Sokk. Hailing from about 90 minutes away from Theo, Paul is THE authority on Yashica TLRs, fixed lens Yashicas, and early Yashica SLRs. He also has a huge amount of info on Nicca, Leotax, and Canon rangefinders too making his site a very worthwhile read for many collectors. In addition is Chris Whelan who has frequently collaborated with Paul, providing him with information and photographs that Paul has used on his site. Chris has bought, owned, and sold a huge number of rare Yashicas, even to people you probably know. Mike personally owns a few cameras that Chris has previously sold to other people, completing some form of Camerosity/Yashica Cycle of Life. In this episode, we focus on the early days of Yashima, their TLRs, early SLRs, the company's acquisition of Nicca and Nicca rangefinders, and touch upon some of Yashica's great fixed lens rangefinders, plus some of their stranger cameras like the Sequelle and Samurai. As always, the topics we discuss on the Camerosity Podcast are influenced by you! Please don't feel like you have to be an expert on a specific type of camera, or have the level of knowledge on par with other people on the show. We LOVE people who are new to shooting and are interested in having an episode dedicated to people new to the hobby, so please don't consider your knowledge level to be a prerequisite for joining! The guys and I rarely know where each episode is going to go until it happens, so if you'd like to join us on a future episode, be sure to look out for our show announcements on our Camerosity Podcast Facebook page, and right here on mikeeckman.com. We usually record every other Monday and announcements, along with the Zoom link are typically shared 2-3 days in advance. We don't yet know what we will be doing for our next show, but we are definitely mulling on some topics suggested to us from other listeners, plus the many different areas in which we interact with you on social medial. Whatever we decide to do, I am sure it will be interesting and a lot of fun, so be sure to join us on Monday, November 13th for the recording of Episode 59! In This Episode Paul Sokk and His Blogs, yashicatlr.com and leica-copies-japan.com / Chris Introduces yashicasailorboy.com We work out Anthony and Chris / Theo and Paul live close to each other Chris has sold to Kurt / Paul found the same camera when looking it up The Yashicaflex S and A3 found their way to Mike / Kurt wanted his collection to go to people that would appreciate them / Minolta Super A to Theo Chris's first camera was a Yashica Electro TL X and a Nikonos II He went to Canon F1 but returned to Yashica because of Paul's site / Chris turned Paul onto the Pentamatic Theo has been using the Electro TL X recently and the Yashinon 50 f/2 is one of his favourite lenses The Yashica FFT was the last M42 mount camera Anthony has a Contax S2 and ST with more Yashica lenses than Zeiss lenses Tomioka was responsible for the high quality Yashica glass Chris loves the Yashicamat EM / Mike Loves the Yashica D Yashica provided military goods to making cameras / Pigeonflex then Yashimaflex Was Next The Yashicamat Was One of the Best Selling TLRs Yashica was trying to sell volume by having the right quality for the right price Was 1956 when Yashica started to sell in US and Europe? In 1957 Yashima started to also make other cameras other than TLRs, first the Yashica 8 movie camera Yashima's First 35mm camera Was the Yashica-35 in 1958 Brian Wants a TLR / Yashica 124G are as modern a TLR you will find / Kyle collects Contax SLRs Nicca was a Canon service company / Paul and Theo will fight over a Snider 35 / Niccas Were Sold by Sears as Towers Niccas are well built, so were the Leotax / Nicca introduced some innovations but Only Made Rangefinders Nippon Kogaku made the Rigid Body 5cm f/3.5 Nikkor-QC Exclusively for Nicca Yashica bought Nicca before they went bankrupt / Yashica Pentamatic / Auto frame counters can be problematic Who made lenses for the Yashica SLRs? / Yashica's First M42 Camera was the Penta J / J is for Jaguar / Yashica J-3 TL Series when started with TTL metering / Fixed Lens Rangefinder Yashicas / Yashica Lynx / Yashica Minister Unique Yashica Cameras / Yashica Rapide / Yashica Sequelle / Yashica Samurai Yashica Electro 35 was hugely popular in the USA, and they have fantastic lenses The Contax/Yashica C/Y mount cameras and the Point and Shoots will be covered in a future episode Links If you would like to offer feedback or contact us with questions or ideas for future episodes, please contact us in the Comments Section below, our Camerosity Facebook Group or Instagram page, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. The Official Camerosity Facebook Group - https://www.facebook.com/groups/camerositypodcast Camerosity Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/camerosity_podcast/ One Hour Photo 2 - Paul Sokk: https://mikeeckman.com/2019/05/one-hour-photo-2-paul-sokk/ Paul Sokk - http://yashicatlr.com/ and http://leica-copies-japan.com/ Chris Whelan - https://yashicasailorboy.com/ and https://www.ccstudio2380.com/ Theo Panagopoulos - https://www.photothinking.com/ Paul Rybolt - https://www.ebay.com/usr/paulkris and https://www.etsy.com/shop/Camerasandpictures Anthony Rue - https://www.instagram.com/kino_pravda/ and https://www.facebook.com/VoltaGNV/
In this episode, Jared & Stephen discuss Canon's "MASSIVE" announcement, Jared's latest dilemma with his upcoming trip to Africa, "happy accidents" with film & much more! Text us with any thoughts and questions regarding this episode at 313-710-9729. This is RAWtalk Episode 075!
Episode 416 of the Lens Shark Photography Podcast In This Episode If you subscribe to the Lens Shark Photography Podcast, please take a moment to rate and review us to help make it easier for others to discover the show. Sponsors: - Build Your Legacy with Fujifilm - Shop with the legends at RobertsCamera.com, and unload your gear with UsedPhotoPro.com - More mostly 20% OFF codes at LensShark.com/deals. Stories: Canon's new 200-800mm lens is a beast. (#) The new RF 24-105mm f/2.8 is a world's first for Canon. (#) Fujifilm in Japan with a good problem to have. (#) The EU might just kill off the DSLR. (#) Apple's new M3 MacBook Pros are speed demons. (#) Think Tank Photo's updated Cable Management pouches. (#) Nikon really really wants you to try the Zfc. (#) Canon's new RF-S 10-18mm f/4.5-6.3 IS STM. (#) Connect With Us Thank you for listening to the Lens Shark Photography Podcast! Connect with me, Sharky James on Twitter, Instagram Vero, and Facebook (all @LensShark).
Following the continuation of England's miserable 2023 World Cup campaign, Phil Walker, Jo Harman and Yas Rana look to the future and pick a group of England players who could form the basis of England's 2027 World Cup plans. There's also discussion on the last week of World Cup action, while Saj Sadiq joins Yas at the end to talk about Pakistan victory over Bangladesh, a result that ended a run of four straight defeats. Get 10 per cent off at Nikon for the Sportstar Zoom with the code Wisden: https://www.nikon.co.uk/en_GB/product/sport-optics/sportstar-zoom-8-24x25-white-BAA870WA Get 20% off at Charles Tyrwhitt with the code: WICKET20 Cricket24 is out now! Order: bigant.com You can follow Wisden Cricket on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and TikTok: https://www.facebook.com/WisdenCric https://www.instagram.com/wisden_cricket/ https://twitter.com/WisdenCricket https://www.tiktok.com/@wisdencricket The latest issue of Wisden Cricket Monthly includes an exclusive interview with Adil Rashid and is available now at https://wisden.com/shop/wisden-cricket-monthly-issue-72 The digital version of the magazine is also available for just £2 a month at https://pocketmags.com/wisden-cricket-monthly-magazine#5c1cd17fa0b05 #Cricket #EnglandCricket #CricketWorldCup Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Please support this show buy subscribing / following and writing a review if you can. It greatly helps us to reach more photography enthusiasts like you! Konstantin & Becky bring to you the latest Nikon news and photography related announcements. Rebecca Danese: https://www.instagram.com/rebecca_danese Konstantin Kochkin: https://www.instagram.com/konstantinkochkin Production: Konstantin Kochkin Contact us at email@example.com 0:00 Intro 0:22 Nikon Winter Instant Savings 1:38 Shipping updates 4:11 Nikon ZF vs Leica Monochrom 4:58 Smallrig Night Eagle Cage for Z8 7:00 Nikon talks to 3rd party manufacturers 9:07 Nikon Small World Competition Winners announced 10:31 Viltrox firmware updates 10:49 Reviews 11:39 Are Nikon F mount Lenses good enough? Nikon Report 135 Nikon Winter Savings Promo https://shop.graysofwestminster.co.uk/product-tag/nikon-winter-instant-savings/ Delivery updates: The new Nikon NIKKOR Z 600mm f/6.3 VR S lens is now shipping worldwide https://nikonrumors.com/2023/10/26/the-new-nikon-nikkor-z-600mm-f-6-3-vr-s-lens-is-now-shipping.aspx/ New batch of Nikkor Z 180-600mm f/5.6-6.3 VR lenses now shipping in the US https://nikonrumors.com/2023/10/24/new-batch-of-nikkor-z-180-600mm-f-5-6-6-3-vr-lenses-now-shipping-in-the-us.aspx/ Nikon “Zf” shortage in Japan. https://dclife.jp/camera_news/article/nikon/2023/1027_01.html Nikon “NIKKOR Z 135mm f/1.8 S Plena” delivery time approximately 3 months *As of October 30, 2023 https://dclife-jp.translate.goog/camera_news/article/nikon/2023/1030_01.html?_x_tr_sl=auto&_x_tr_tl=en&_x_tr_hl=en-GB Nikon ZF vs Leica Monochrom (in Chinese but can be auto translated) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dyZ1X0xD6BI SmallRig released a new “Night Eagle” cage kit for Nikon Z8 cameras. https://www.smallrig.com/smallrig-Night-Eagle-Cage-Kit-for-Nikon-Z-8-4317.html Winners of the 2023 Nikon Small World photomicroscopy competition announced https://www.nikonsmallworld.com/galleries/2023-photomicrography-competition Viltrox released new firmware updates for four Z-mount lenses (23mm f/1.4, 33mm f/1.4, 56mm f/1.4, and 85mm f/1.8). https://www.viltrox.com/NewsInfoCategory/?ref=RvJ-OPWPaorCs Nikon Z 70-180mm f/2.8 lens review by Christopher Frost https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jJsfyPmaWaQ Nikon Sessions S2 | EPISODE 6: Stories that change the world https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r-kMhBBCXNU Thanks for watching. #nikon #nikonzf #nikonz --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/grays-of-westminster/message
Myths are not only present in history classes but also in YouTube as well. Some of these myths directly affect how YouTubers produce content that's why it's essential to consider them. It's crucial to approach YouTube myths with a critical mindset and consider the unique dynamics of your channel.In this episode, Augie Johnston and Grant Ball discuss various YouTube myths and provide their insights on topics such as using AI scripts, targeting search vs. suggested videos, the importance of video quality and quantity, scripting YouTube videos, uploading in 4K, choosing a camera brand, the impact of running ads on a channel, the role of swearing in videos, and the benefits and risks of controversy on YouTube.YouTube is a dynamic platform, and what works for one creator may not work for another. Stay informed, adapt to changes, and focus on creating high-quality content that resonates with your audience. By debunking common myths and staying true to your creative vision, you can navigate the YouTube landscape with confidence and achieve success.Highlights[02:07] Using AI scripts for YouTube video scripts[06:14] Compensation for original artists when AI sources their work 08:40] Targeting titles for search vs suggested videos[10:46] Strategy for small channels to prioritize search initially[11:33] Importance of targeting long tail keywords for small channels[14:07] Quality vs. quantity debate on YouTube[17:42] Mark Rober's once-a-month release schedule and exceptional quality[19:47] Why three videos per week is an ideal upload schedule[20:44] Scripting options: winging it, outline, or word-for-word script[21:57] Bullet points allow for more natural camera presence[22:19] Teleprompters can be helpful for nervous creators, but avoid robotic delivery [24:31] Uploading in 4k can make your video stand out[27:38] Canon, Nikon, or Sony?[30:11] Running ads on your channel can hurt your average view duration[31:52] How creating a channel trailer can help bring traffic to your channel[32:22] Running ads as separate videos may lower the average view duration[33:07] YouTube might be able to differentiate between ads and organic videos[34:01] Importance of upload schedule for video release timing[34:22] Thumbnails still matter despite autoplay and short attention spans[37:25] Niche down to target a specific audience for better engagement[39:34] Swearing can hurt monetization and reach, be cautious with it[43:58] Controversy can benefit if attention is gained and handled wellResources MentionedSubscribe to the Video Creatr Youtube channelCheck out Grant and Augie's Channels below:Grant Ball TreesicleAugie Johnston Vidchops Baller Boot Camp✅ If you want to take the burden of editing off your hands, head over to https://VidChops.com to add an expert video editor to your team in just a few clicks and you'll never have to edit again: https://VidChops.com
Please support this show buy subscribing / following and writing a review if you can. It greatly helps us to reach more photography enthusiasts like you! Konstantin & Becky bring to you the latest Nikon news and photography related announcements. Rebecca Danese: https://www.instagram.com/rebecca_danese Konstantin Kochkin: https://www.instagram.com/konstantinkochkin Production: Konstantin Kochkin Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org 0:00 Intro 0:15 Delivery updates for 600mm, ZF, Plena, ETC 3:03 Nikon's camera / lens releases & deliveries 5:55 Nikon Z8 review by DPReview 6:49 We NEED Z6 III & Z7 III discussion 14:50 Nikon ZF is not answer for everyone 16:17 Z8 & Z9 are top reviewed cameras 17:09 Z 135mm Plena review 19:21 Z 135 vs Sigma 135 Art 20:56 Z 135 vs Z 85 f/1.2 24:04 Z 135 vs Nikkor 105, 135, 135 Ais & Z 85 f/1.2, Z 85mm f/1.2 26:45 Nikon ZF tutorials and accessory chart 27:49 Sirui Z DX lenses 28:11 Brightin Star 9mm for Z 28:44 Nikon Financial results schedule 29:00 Weekend Read & Watch Nikon Report 134 The next NIKKOR Z 180-600mm f/5.6-6.3 VR will arrive in February 2024. https://tinyurl.com/334ymszk Nikon Z8 review: a supercharged D850 successor by Richard Butler at DPReview https://www.dpreview.com/reviews/nikon-z8-review Currently, the top-rated cameras at Dpreview are the Nikon Z8 and Z9 (both at 94%) https://www.dpreview.com/reviews?category=cameras&sort=rating Z 135mm Plena Review by Gordon Laing CameraLabs https://www.cameralabs.com/nikon-z-135mm-f1-8-s-plena-review/ Nikon published ZF tutorials on it's Digitutor Channel https://www.youtube.com/@digitutor4968/videos Nikon also published Nikon ZF system chart https://www.nikon-image.com/products/mirrorless/lineup/z_f/system_chart.html SIRUI to release new Sniper f/1.2 APS-C autofocus prime lenses for Nikon Z-mount https://photorumors.com/2023/10/16/new-sirui-sniper-f-1-2-autofocus-primes-lenses-for-mirrorless-aps-c-cameras/ Brightin Star 9mm f/5.6 full-frame lens for Nikon Z-mount https://nikonrumors.com/2023/10/20/new-brightin-star-9mm-f-5-6-full-frame-lens-for-nikon-z-mount.aspx/#more-186932 DCLife published “earnings” schedule for the top camera manufacturers https://dclife-jp.translate.goog/camera_news/article/etc/2023/1017_01.html?_x_tr_sl=auto&_x_tr_tl=en&_x_tr_hl=en-GB Weekend Read & Watch In-Store Portrait Demo and Q&A with Joe McNally! | Adorama Event Space Livestream https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xxvZHtJTAjM Thanks for listening! #nikon #nikonz #nikonzf --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/grays-of-westminster/message
This is The Digital Story Podcast #918, Oct. 24, 2023. Today's theme is "A Scary Night Out with the Nikon Zf" I'm Derrick Story. Opening Monologue I'd been testing the Nikon Zf for a week when I landed the ultimate low light torture test: Opening night publicity shots for a commercial haunted house. When we were working out the details of the assignment, the client warned me, "It's going to be dark, very dark." With the Zf in hand, I replied, "Bring it on!" What happened on that frightful night is the lead story in this week's TDS Photography Podcast. I hope you enjoy the show. thenimblephotographer.com, click the box next to Donating a Film Camera, and let me know what you have. In your note, be sure to include your shipping address. Affiliate Links - The links to some products in this podcast contain an affiliate code that credits The Digital Story for any purchases made from B&H Photo and Amazon via that click-through. Depending on the purchase, we may receive some financial compensation. Red River Paper - And finally, be sure to visit our friends at Red River Paper for all of your inkjet supply needs. See you next week! You can share your thoughts at the TDS Facebook page, where I'll post this story for discussion.
This is a full breakdown of the new Nikon 180-600 Zoom lens for the mirrorless Z system. I breakdown all the parts of this lens, and why you might want to add it to your wildlife kit.YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHmSpF_nvSRSrvQ9E7PEUGgGet a copy of the eBook - Razor-Sharp Nature Photography: http://bit.ly/3L7nP3MContact Terry directly: email@example.com
The 2023 World Cup is suddenly bursting with energy after Afghanistan and Netherlands' wins over England and South Africa respectively threw the semi-finals race wide open. Phil Walker, Ben Gardner and Yas Rana react to England's defeat to Afghanistan and ask where Buttler's team go next, before Katya Witney joins Yas to talk about Netherlands' stunning win over South Africa towards the end of the show. Our listeners get a 10% discount at checkout with Nikon. Follow this link to find the Sportstar Zoom binoculars and get your pair for next summer today: https://www.nikon.co.uk/en_GB/product/sport-optics/sportstar-zoom-8-24x25-white-BAA870WA Get 20% off at Charles Tyrwhitt with the code: WICKET20 Cricket24 is out now! Order: bigant.com To book a trip to India for England's Test tour there at the start of 2024, head to experiencetravelgroup.com and click Get in Touch, or call them directly on 0203 993 5153. You can follow Wisden Cricket on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and TikTok: https://www.facebook.com/WisdenCric https://www.instagram.com/wisden_cricket/ https://twitter.com/WisdenCricket https://www.tiktok.com/@wisdencricket The latest issue of Wisden Cricket Monthly is available now at https://wisden.com/shop/wisden-cricket-monthly-issue-71 The digital version of the magazine is also available for just £2 a month at https://pocketmags.com/wisden-cricket-monthly-magazine#5c1cd17fa0b05 #Cricket #EnglandCricket #CricketWorldCup Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
"A healthy dose of skepticism.."These days, everybody is going for the cheap clicks, or in pro-wrestling terms; "cheap heat."Sensationalism sells.That's why it is refreshing when you come across people that simultaneously dwell in possibility but also exist with a sense of realism.Barrie Reader is a 40 year old longboarder and paranormal enthusiast with a 25+ year programming background working for Nikon, Chrysler, Jeep and other large corporations. Founder of Dimension Devices, a business hoping to shake up the paranormal equipment scene by providing multi-functional, updateable and modular devices to lead paranormal investigators into the 21st century.Travis Wisotzkey is a paranormal investigator and content creator under the name NetEcho. He's also a gear builder; making custom equipment out of oddities and vintage stuff under Wisotzkey Paranormal. We discuss their devices, the paranormal, what is real vs what isn't, and the impact of energy on the world around us.Just in time for Halloween!!
Please support this show buy subscribing / following and writing a review if you can. It greatly helps us to reach more photography enthusiasts like you! Konstantin & Becky bring to you the latest Nikon news and photography related announcements. Rebecca Danese: https://www.instagram.com/rebecca_danese Konstantin Kochkin: https://www.instagram.com/konstantinkochkin Production: Konstantin Kochkin Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org 0:00 Intro 0:22 Nikon ZF & 135mm Plena OUT NOW 1:18 Z600mm f/6.3 in short supply 2:29 Z600mm f/6.3 coverage 4:10 Z30 + 12-28 kit in the USA 4:41 Nikon ZF manual & reference guide available 5:33 Nikon won a few Design Awards 6:38 Nikon software updates 8:35 7Artisans 9mm f/5.6 10:06 Laowa 8-16mm DX zoom 10:49 OWC new CFExpress Gen 4 memory cards 12:20 Adobe MAX x Nikon 14:15 Lightroom Classic v.13 release 14:51 Nikon ZF is it Nikon's trojan horse? 16:42 Reviews 17:49 Weekend Read & Watch Nikon Report 133 Nikon ZF and 135 Plena are shipping worldwide https://tinyurl.com/jhh7vwjx ORDER Z 135mm Plena Lens at Grays: https://shop.graysofwestminster.co.uk/product/nikkor-z-135mm-f-1-8-plena-pre-order-deposit/ Nikon Japan: the new Nikkor Z 600mm f/6.3 PF lens will be in short supply https://shop.nikon-image.com/front/ProductJMA505DA PRE-ORDER Nikkor Z 600mm f/6.3 PF lens at GRAYS: https://shop.graysofwestminster.co.uk/product/nikkor-z-600mm-f-6-3-vr-s-pre-order-deposit/ Z 600mm f/6.3 comparison images shared by Nikon Rumours users https://tinyurl.com/y6mv56d5 Nikon 600PF - First Look Field Review! by Steve Perry https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L-frCJCnVcc Nikon 600 mm F/6.3 VR S PF b y Jan Wegener https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LW307YoTQoY Nikon's Nikkor Z 600mm F6.3 VR S by DPReview https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QvPku82hlNs New Nikon Z30 + 12-28mm Lens kit in the US https://tinyurl.com/46eu6zer Nikon Zf manual, reference guide https://downloadcenter.nikonimglib.com/en/products/624/Z_f.html Nikon ZF brochure https://brochures.nikon-asia.com/Brochures/ML/Brochure_Z_f.pdf PRE-ORDER Your NIKON ZF at GRAYS: https://shop.graysofwestminster.co.uk/product/nikon-zf-body-pre-orders-now-open/ Nikon won several Design Awards https://www.nikon.com/company/technology/design/awards/g_design.html Nikon ZF first look by Grays https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CWulI23WYNo NX Studio ver. 1.5.0 https://downloadcenter.nikonimglib.com/en/download/sw/247.html N-Log 3D LUT v.1.0.6 https://downloadcenter.nikonimglib.com/en/download/sw/244.html 7Artisans 9mm f/5.6 full-frame lens for Nikon Z-mount announced https://tinyurl.com/4vah8jsb Laowa 9mm f/2.8 lens for Nikon Z Mount https://www.venuslens.net/product/9mm/ New Z 9mm f/5.6 SuperWide! Super Value? | Matt Irwin https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UUQMPdx_U2o Venus Optics announced Laowa 8-16mm f/3.5-5 Zoom CF DX lens for Nikon Z-mount https://www.venuslens.net/product/laowa-8-16mm-f3-5-5-zoom-cf/ref/172/ OWC released four new Atlas Pro CFexpress 4.0 Type B memory cards. https://tinyurl.com/3tchakbe Nikon was an engagement sponsor at Adobe Max https://tinyurl.com/5n8ty2cu Adobe MAX 2023: Day One - Keynotes https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=83ASqHZ-b14 Adobe MAX 2023: Day Two - A Day of Inspiration https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tmo_tHUs0no Lightroom v.13 release https://tinyurl.com/3v3jk5vf Reviews NIKON Zf Is It NIKON's TROJAN HORSE | Matt Irwin by Matt Irwin https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pOlJyb_L80M Nikon Zf - Elevating Your Manual Focus Game by Bobby Tonelli https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1nLAe-8Bqp8 Nikon 135mm f1.8 S Plena : All Hail the New "King of Bokeh" by Bobby Tonelli https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kxqIdrxm15Q Nikon Z180-600mm Review by Fabian Fopp https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PodcTQ6HdbE Weekend Read & Watch Nikon Photo Contest 2023 Final Judge Report https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AZfeOi8wXnU Nikon Sessions S2 | EPISODE 4: Fashion Photography https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q_Am-OB4_SQ Thanks for listening! #nikon #nikonzf #nikonplena --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/grays-of-westminster/message
Episode 414 of the Lens Shark Photography Podcast In This Episode If you subscribe to the Lens Shark Photography Podcast, please take a moment to rate and review us to help make it easier for others to discover the show. Sponsors: - Build Your Legacy with Fujifilm - Shop with the legends at RobertsCamera.com, and unload your gear with UsedPhotoPro.com - More mostly 20% OFF codes at LensShark.com/deals. Stories: Canon's new RF10-20mm F4 L IS STM will be an instant classic. (#) Lightroom gets some powerful new features. (#) Sigma's 10-18mm f/2.8 DC DN Contemporary. (#) Nikon's Nikkor Z 600mm f/6.3 VR S. (#) Tamron brings its popular 150-500mm f/5-6.7 Di III VC VXD to Z-mount. (#) Adobe's new symbol relies on the honor system. (#) The Venus Optics Laowa 8-16mm f/3.5-5 Zoom CF. (#) Connect With Us Thank you for listening to the Lens Shark Photography Podcast! Connect with me, Sharky James on Twitter, Instagram Vero, and Facebook (all @LensShark).
Welcome to the Photofocus Roundtable Podcast, where each month, our panel discusses some current trends and topics on our minds. This month, we are joined by Christy Turner and Jeff Sullivan where we talk about new AI elements in Adobe's software, photography mistakes to avoid, and building on the eclipses happening this week and next year. Thank you to Photomatix for sponsoring. You can try the original application for High Dynamic Range Photography for free. YouTube recommendations We all learn from the internet these days. We used to say that if you want to learn something, Google it. Now, we say YouTube it. So, what is a great YouTube channel that you like to learn from? What you would recommend to our listeners? Rob's Recommendation: Real Estate Photography by Rob Moroto Ron's Recommendation: Totality Town Jeff's Recommendation: NASA JPL (Jet Propulsion Lab) produces a monthly “What's Up?” video, noting skywatching/astrophotography opportunities for that month Christy's Recommendation: Star Talk with Neil Degrasse Tyson Show notes Eclipsophile has data and maps: 2024 Eclipsophile has data and maps: 2026 Use coupon code "Photofocus" for a discount on Rob's course About your hosts Great Basin School of Photography co-founder Jeff Sullivan was the winner of the 2011 International Astronomy Photographer of the Year "People and Space" special prize. A dark sky advocate and avid time-lapse astrophotographer, his webite is ranked as a “Top 30 Astrophotography Blog.” Author of the 320-page guidebook “Photographing California Vol. 2 - South,” he has been named a “Top 100 Travel Photographer in the World.” Jeff entered the field of digital imaging in 1984, while earning his Computer Science degree from U.C. Berkeley. Website: www.jeffsullivanphotography.com/ Facebook: www.facebook.com/JeffSullivanPhotography FB Page: www.facebook.com/JeffSullivanPhotographyWorkshops/ Flickr: www.flickr.com/photos/jeffreysullivan/ Twitter/X: @JeffSullPhoto, @DSLRastronomy Instagram: @greatbasinschoolofphotography BlueSky: jeffsullivan.bsky.social Threads: @greatbasinschoolofphotography NASA Citizen scientist & IT consultant Christy Turner has a love for the night skies, weather, nature and people. Internationally published writer and content creator, Christy deeply enjoys telling the fascinating stories behind the photos. Her photo of the aurora from an airplane in 2014 landed her on CNN, and Christy completed a certificate from University of Calgary in Integrated Digital Media in 2022. She has traveled to 74 countries and in 2018 was chosen to photograph a biodynamic wine harvest at Chateau Pontet Canet in Bordeaux, France. From weddings in South Africa to elopements in Bragg Creek, Alberta, Christy loves to travel, stare at the skies, and be behind her Nikon. Adobe Profile: https://indd.adobe.com/view/cd805be2-4970-4afa-b5fe-99a3a451a7d1 NASA Science Profile: https://science.nasa.gov/people/christy-turner/ Flickr: https://flic.kr/s/aHBqjA4cFTuroramedia.pro YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCN8M3YNiP-yZ8LCyI7RCYlQ Twitter/X and IG: @aurorachaseryyc Ron Pepper is a Bay Area photographer specializing in 360° panoramic images for businesses, destinations, homes, schools and more. He's a LinkedIn Learning author, mentor and trainer. You can follow him on his website or Instagram. Rob Moroto is a commercial photographer based in Vancouver Island. From homes to people to businesses, Rob loves showing a different perspective through his lens. He sees depth in every person and every object, no matter how plain they may seem. You can follow him on his website or at CalgaryPhotos.ca.