Macro Photography is not my forte. However, I do really enjoy trying it, experimenting, and having fun with macro photography. I got a request to explain how to set up for macro photography in a controlled, pre-planned environment as well as a candid situation.
Did you know that in certain situations you can make a long exposure photograph without the need for a neutral density filter? It's true. There are two important things to do before extending your shutter. The first is to bring the ISO down to its lost setting. Next is to close the aperture to the largest number. Once that's done, your camera has no choice but to make the shutter speed longer to get a good exposure.
The RODE VideoMic NTG is the best on-camera mic to get clear audio outdoors. It comes with a shock mount for reduced vibration, a windscreen for wing reduction, multiple high pass filters, a safety channel, a gain knob, and much more. In this video, you will see and hear why I prefer this mic over any other.
The Photography Tutorials For Beginners series ends with a tutorial on manual settings. In this video, you will learn how to control your camera while in manual mode. That means adjusting aperture, shutter speed, and ISO individually to control how your photo will turn out.
Multiple Cameras at Once!
A Variable Neutral Density Filter has a similar purpose as a standard neutral density filter or ND filter. However, a VND is designed like a polarizer filter, so you can quickly adjust your density from smaller to larger without changing filters. However, a VND should not be your first choice for an ND filter. In this video, I share the how what and why you would use a variable neutral density filter along with my recommendation for a VND if you need one.
This is the ultimate real-world Anker C300 vs. Logitech Brio Comparison. In this video, I show a real-world scenario you would use a quality webcam for. You will see how the video quality, video features, color, HDR, and even audio compare between the Anker C300 and the gold standard, Logitech Brio. You will also see a comparison between the Logitech Camera Settings software and the Anker Works software.
The Genaray Spectro LED Baton Light 34" Pro Kit is exclusive to B&H out of NYC. However, the Genaray Spectro LED Baton Light 34" and other size Baton lights can be purchased from other stores too. These compact lights have a color temperature range of 2800K to 6500K with presets for temp and brightness. The lights have a 110-degree spread and a CRI of 95-98. It includes multiple mount options.
I want to remind you that you have options. Suppose you are starting in photography or videography or need a new product or service. Or need a change. Listen up. You have options. You have choices.