UPDATE, We have just finished production on our Canon 7Dii video and you can purchase it here: CLICK HERE for Canon 7Dii Training Tutorial Video – CLICK HERE Thank you for your patience! UPDATE, We have just finished production on our Canon 7Dii video and you can purchase it here: CLICK HERE for Canon 7Dii Training Tutorial Video – CLICK HERE Thank you for your patience!Been absolutely flooded with questions about the Canon 7Dii, and I am pleased to say that we have it in hand as of this morning and will have already started production on the Canon 7D2 Tutorial Training Video, which we expect to be finished in the next 2-3 weeks.
Im personally very excited about the 7D Mark 2, because Canon hasn’t really come out with much interesting body wise since the Canon 70D , (which would also be very interesting to do a side-by-side with).
If you own Canon 7D ii and want to be notified as soon as our training tutorial video is finished, shoot us an email: support(at)michaelthemaven.com and we will contact you directly. Trust me it is much faster and easier than going through the manual.
We will also be making updates to this page as production progresses and should be posting links at that time. Im thinking Nov 15th we should be very close. Thank you for your continued support!
Allen Murabayashi is the co-founder of PhotoShelter and has an article running on PetaPixel right now. It’s called ‘8 Legal Cases Every Photographer Should Know’. It’s a very insightful and interesting read. In the often confusing, and now thanks to technology, ever changing world of copyright laws and protection, this article highlights 8 of the most important cases. Check it out here.
In addition to working on his PhD in Astronomy, Sean Goebel creates spellbinding timelapse videos. He studies at the University of Hawaii and about a year ago I featured his Mauna Kea Havens timelapse. His work has been used by Canon and The Discovery Channel among others. Pretty impressive. Check out his newest masterpiece ‘Accelerated Moments’ below.
I’ve never heard of the band OK Go but apparently they’re known for their creative music videos. Their newest video (released just today) is no exception. Using carefully orchestrated choreography and 50-60 takes for one beautiful continuous shot using a camera on a drone. Check out the cool video below.