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Tags: Cameras, David, Loftus, Masterclass, Photography
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I like to use a hybrid camera in general no DSLR’s are small enough to fit comfortably in my hands and the hybrid is that bit better than the point and shoot ^-^
thanks for the masterclass, its a great help!
Please could I ask which ‘point and shot’ camera you use? I am looking for a handbag size camera with interchangeable lenses to carry around daily.
loving these series, more please
This was very enjoyable and informative.
Oh c’mon guys! That phone is a simple iphone (I think an iphone 5) with a case that makes it look like a vinatge camera!a
which phone is that?
Here i used a 5D+50mmf/1.8 , Light from a window
Jamie Olivers: Ginger Chili Chicken Pasta
I recommend for Food Photography a Fullframe Camera like the Canon Eos 5D Classic.
Its about on Ebay for 500€ + a 50mm 1.8 (90€). This combo is a killer for all Food shootings and not so pricy. You will love it.
Great to see how culinary pics are taken !
i think that’s the lumix gf1, but what on earth is that phone?
Light, light, light! It’s all about the light, not so much about the camera you’re using.
how did i come her???
What is the music in this video please; I love it so much!
“You know you wanna go in there and eat it..” ^_^
O_O Damn those are steady hands
i dont feel like this should be on this channel.
His hands are so damn steady!
I like this class, full of tips and trick.
omg, I love this Foodtube thing! not only great cooking videos, but this sort of stuff too! keep up the good work!
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