Video Ranking: four / five
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Thanks Tony..I have been guilty of the “straight on shot”….changing my
Another nice and informative video. Thanks Tony.
Being in my capital, calls for me to buy your book and I just did. Thank
you for the best teaching videos on the net.
Could you maybe make one to guide us in, which lenses to use or that are
best to use for portraits, street, night shots, ect.
Do we really need the whole range of lenses or can we keep it to a
minimum….thanks again and happy new year to you both.
Tony, you’re the best online teacher
For this video I used the Canon 24-105mm f/4 L IS (and that’s what most of
the videos are filmed with). For the portrait videos it’s the Canon
70-200mm f/2.8 L IS MkII. For wildlife it’s the Canon 500mm L IS f/4.
I wish you would tell us what lenses you are using when you shoot these
Ah, good, hope you enjoy them! Drop me a line on facebook (link in the
description) if you have any questions.
Great videos! Bought the book and discovering heaps .. great stuff, thanks.
I dedicated Chapter 10 of Stunning Digital Photography to HDR–link in the
Oh, I usually autofocus, and if it doesn’t work properly, then I’ll switch
to manual focus.
Just bought your e-book and am enjoying it immensely. Complete DSLR newbie
here, so lots to learn.
i live in denmark
We visited five countries this trip and Copenhagen was our favorite. What a
gorgeous city, and being able to bike everywhere made SUCH a difference!
I like this vids. They are simple enough for my wife. I have to reminde her
this over and again. But watching it us better thanks
Haha, yeah, and the tour guide kept talking through a loudspeaker. I like
to be on location, but there are lots of distractions.
Copenhagen is gorgeous!
You are one of my top 3 photographers on the internet, because you are
really good at making it simple and easy to understand. What is the
smallest aperture you use for your photo in Nyhavn, Copenhagen? Greetings
from Jess Demant, Denmark
Hope you grapped a Carlsberg there
meanwhile, the boat got lose!
and this ..
was that boat doing a three point turn behind you?!
You know it!
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