Interested in a LUMIX S Series camera but concerned there aren't enough lenses for you? There are more lenses than you think — and you already own some.
If you've wondered how to use a totally manual lens on a mirrorless camera, this video explains exposure and focus and how it works!
My friend and filmmaker Sean Marc Nipper is in this morning to talk about his experience shooting with VEYDRA lenses!
I've been assembling a “frankenlens” out of the Helios 44-2 2/58, a M42 Converter, and a Wide Angle Adapter for fun and giggles, but it's not quite right… what do you think I should do next?!
This super cool (I hope) lens I bought on Kickstarter a while ago just arrived… it's a M43 pinhole lens for my LUMIX cameras from a company called Thingyfy! Let's open it up and check it out, and if you want one, go to http://photojoseph.com/thingyfy
In part 3, we see the problem I've run into with the Atomos Ninja Inferno and the V-Log footage on an HDR timeline. Do YOU know what's wrong?!
In part 2, we learn how to set up a Final Cut Pro X 10.4 library for HDR editing, discuss how to know what you're looking at on a non-HDR screen, and run into the problem that we'll explore in part 3.