Quick product photo shoot today with my sweet friend Liz @cakepopinserts #canon80D with the 2470 2.8 Lii. This woman is the most prolific cake pop maker imaginable. She makes like thousands of them each month and ships them all over the US. The bear is chocolate and the cake pops are delicious.
Congratulations to David J. of Boca Raton Florida! David is the winner of my 2016 Great Gear Giveaway! Thanks for the picture, David! We hope you enjoy your new gear!
Stay tuned to my blog and keep connected on social media (Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, Twitter) for all of my upcoming giveaway’s and contests. Coming up next is my Annual International Photography Contest. Details are COMING SOON!
Many Sony E shooters have asked what are my thoughts on the new Sony 24-70 2.8 G Master as it compares against an adapted Canon 24-70 2.8 Lii? In this video I will present plenty of data and let you come to your own conclusions! Please like and subscribe to my YouTube Channel HERE if you want to see more lens comparisons.
Topics covered in this video:
– Lens Flare
– Wide Angle Distortion
– Chromatic Aberration
– Lens Sharpness
– Low Light Focusing
For Sports Shooting check out my Sony A6300 vs Sony 80D Epic Shootout by CLICKING HERE.If you own the Sony A7Rii and want to save time, money, and frustration check out my Crash Course Training Tutorial to learn absolutely everything about this camera. CLICK HERE
A couple of weeks ago I mentioned an app called Flixel. It creates cinemagraphs and they were promoting it with Facebook and Fstoppers. (You could turn your FB profile picture into a cool cinemagraph for free. Check out that blog post HERE.) Cinematographer/Photographer Armand Dijcks did something very creative with some ISS images.
ISS (The International Space Station) floats around our earth capturing thousands of images for us to enjoy. Armand took some of those images and created truly incredible cinemagraphs.
‘Painting with Light’ is an advanced photography lighting technique that can produce truly impressive results. I think a lot of photographers might view ‘painting with light’ as a sort of novelty. Something somebody does to just play around and create “cool images”. I think this video might put that notion to rest.
Canadian photographer (I’m assuming a professional and commercial photographer based on his gear) Adrien Veczan uploaded this video to his Vimeo account giving us a behind-the-scenes look at his work on a bottle of Bear Hug vodka. He explains how and why he does what he does and shows how this technique might be the perfect option for product photography. He’s very precise and the image comes out perfect.
If you’re interested in learning how to ‘paint with light’ and many other advanced techniques I HIGHLY recommend my Advanced Photography Techniques Crash Course Training Tutorial. Check out HERE!