LensTalk Episode 2: Lightroom, 35mm lenses, Zeiss

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How Sony Is Using Experience, Community, and Education to Build a Brand Like no Other: Kando 3.0

How Sony Is Using Experience, Community, and Education to Build a Brand Like no Other: Kando 3.0

I recently outlined seven reasons why I was excited to go to Sony Kando 3.0, but now that I’ve been, there was so much more to it than I initially thought.

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Podcast: Do You Still Need a Photo Website in 2019?

Before the rise of social media and the ubiquity of apps like Instagram, photographers established and flexed their brands through their personal website and blog. Social media took over the industry (and consumer lives in general) in the late 2010s, and ever since then, the website has seemingly taken a backseat in relevance and importance.…

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First Transgender Woman Cast in Victoria Secret Catalog

First Transgender Woman Cast in Victoria Secret Catalog

Victoria’s Secret has cast Brazilian model Valentina Sampaio, an openly transgender woman, for a catalog photo shoot. This announcement marks the first time Victoria’s Secret has cast a transgender person for a catalog or brand campaign. Does this mean the lack of diversity and inclusion in the advertising industry is finally changing?

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Sunday Support Group: The Meatitarian Diet (OT)


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People need to eat plants (hear me out. I'm going somewhere with this). We were evolved to eat plants. Our teeth and intestines are formed so we can eat plants. Our nearest animal relatives eat almost nothing but plants. Our bodies function best on plants. Study after study after study closely correlates the health of populations to the percentages of plant food in their diets. All manner of medical outcomes—from the incidence of diabetes, to the health of our veins and arteries, to sleep, to headaches, to joint aches, to longevity—all improve when we eat plants. Plants contain hundreds and

Food over medicine

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Lunatic


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On August 12th, in the post about the Fuji 100–400mm, I said I once wrote in a magazine article that "there is nothing far enough away to take pictures of with a 180mm—I said even the moon was too close, because the moon filled too much of the frame with the 180mm." So someone suggested that I should take a shot of the moon as one of my test shots with the 100–400mm.

Thursday the 15th was the full moon, so I figured I'd wait. But I'm getting wise to the ways of the weather here—I went out the

Moon-2-small
Moon-2 detail

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Review: Zeiss Batis 2/40 CF after the Firmware Update

The Zeiss Batis 2/40 CF is a lens of a very popular focal length / aperture class that was missing in the FE lineup from the beginning. When we released our review 6 months ago there were some serious issues and Zeiss released a firmware update some time later. Read our review to check if that could solve all the issues.

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Sony A7III | Batis 40 CF2 | F2.5 | 1/80s | 400 ISO | David Mathar
Sony A7III | Zeiss Batis 2/40 CF | f/5.6 | full size
Sony A7III | Batis 40 CF2 |

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Alternatives to Adobe Creative Cloud Applications (Podcast 672)

Moving from the Creative Cloud
It’s time for me to move away from most of Adobe’s Creative Cloud suite, and today I explain my reasoning and share which applications I’m moving to.
 

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Pricing & Negotiating: Patient Portraits for Regional Hospital Campaign

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Concept: Portraits of three people who received treatment from a hospital

Licensing: Unlimited regional use of up to 30 images for two years

Photographer: Portraiture specialist

Agency: Healthcare-focused

Client: Hospital

Here is the estimate:

July Pricing and negotiating

Creative/Licensing Fees: 

The agency identified three patients to feature in a regional advertising campaign to promote the hospital, and all of them would be photographed on one day at a single TBD location. We knew they hoped to license about 10 images per subject, however it was more likely that one or two images per person would be used in any significant way. Continue reading “Pricing & Negotiating: Patient Portraits for Regional Hospital Campaign”

Elizabeth Gilbert: The Art of Being Yourself

Brace yourself for a TRULY powerful episode with the bestselling author and creative genius, Elizabeth Gilbert. Although best known for her memoir Eat, Pray, Love–which went on to sell over 12 million copies and became a film staring Julia Roberts—she’s also one of Time Magazine’s 100 most influential people in the world… The whole world. Spend some time with her in your ears on today’s podcast and you’ll know why in under a minute…   In this episode, we cover How Liz considers mental health her full time job, and writing / being a professional creator is a hobby.  Continue reading “Elizabeth Gilbert: The Art of Being Yourself”

Perfect Holidays on Costa Brava? Come to Blanes!


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Sightseeing boat at Blanes beach in Costa Brava, Catalonia, Spain

If you are planning your vacation on Costa Brava, the town of Blanes should be on your list not just because it has a long and wide beach from where sightseeing boats like this depart or because you can find budget accommodation in all inclusive hotels or in a nice Catalan villa, but also due to the fact that the door to Costa Brava, as it is known Blanes, has much more to offer than you could think of:
First of all, its Mediterranean history, a history that tells us of Iberian settlements upon whose ruins Romans built

Seafood Paella or Paella Marinera at Celler Sant Antoni in Blanes, Costa Brava, Catalonia, Spain

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Complete Namibia Tour 2019 Travelogue #2 (Podcast 667)

In this post, we continue our travelogue series covering my 2019 Complete Namibia Tour & Workshop, as we leave the deserted diamond mine town of Kolmanskop, for another deserted mine at Elizabeth Bay.
 

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Say Yes, Figure It Out Later. Starting from the Start with Tyler Babin

“It’s impossible to move forward while staying the same”. That’s what motivated Tyler Babin, a 25 year old up & coming filmmaker, who hustled his way into his dream job only to leave it to pursue the riskier thing, an even bigger bet – on himself. I’ve had literally hundreds of requests over the years to have someone on the show who isn’t Richard Branson or Brene Brown or {fill in the blank star}…ie. host someone who hasn’t “made it big” and is, instead, on the come-up themselves…someone from within our very own community who has been listening for years, Continue reading “Say Yes, Figure It Out Later. Starting from the Start with Tyler Babin”

How to Survive & Thrive in Hollywood & Beyond: My Presentation at Full Sail University

  I had the honor of giving one of the keynote addresses at the Full […]

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Complete Namibia Tour 2019 Travelogue #1 (Podcast 666)

Indoor Sand Dune with Slithers of Light
In this article we start a series of travelogues to walk you through my recent epic Complete Namibia Tour & Workshop, starting with the Quiver Tree Forest and Kolmanskop.
 

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the 5DayDeal Video Creator’s Bundle is HERE!

5DayDeal has returned with their Video Creators Bundle for 2019, another collection of great learning tools at steep discounts.

The short version is: you get nearly $2000 in video tutorials, eBooks, presets, business and marketing resources, subscriptions, and more for just $89. That’s a savings of over 90%. You know you’re curious!

The 2019 Complete Video Creators Bundle is ROCKIN

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The Filmtools Podcast Eps. 5 with Cinematographer & VFX Artist Phil Holland


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Each week The Filmtools Podcast talks with industry professionals in a candid conversation about their career, relevant news within the industry, and about the art and gear behind filmmaking.

Phil Holland with a RED camera on set

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This week we had a conversation with cinematographer, director, VFX artist, and colorist Phil Holland. Phil has decades of experience in the industry having found his way onto film sets as a teenager in the San Fernando Valley. Hear from Phil about his break into the big time with his work as a VFX artist for films like “The Mummy”, Planet of the Continue reading “The Filmtools Podcast Eps. 5 with Cinematographer & VFX Artist Phil Holland”

New firmware for the Panasonic S1 v1.1


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A new firmware has been sent out for the Panasonic S1 Improvements include Improvement of accuracy in exposure during burst shooting. Improvement of accuracy in flash sync performance. Dont fall into the trap of including all the folders in the SD card or you will not be able to start the update. You can get […]

Portable Folding Equipment Gear Cart

This has been one of my favorite portable folding equipment carts that I often use when bringing out all of my video equipment. The retail price is listed around $119 dollars, but keep watch as they often go on sale. I managed to pick up several of them when they were on sale for $50 dollars. A second sale recently offered them for $75 dollars. If you’re looking for a very small equipment cart to haul your Pelican Hardcases that easily fits

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