Canon recently announced their new 5D Mark IV. It’s been over 4 years since the release of the 5D Mark 3, so tons of photographers have been eagerly awaiting a new model – and tons of photographers will now be disappointed.
We’ve been experimenting a lot, practicing for our upcoming tutorial on video, and wanted to share this fun little clip!
Good news! If you’ve been wracking your brain over what gear to use for making awesome videos, we’ve got you covered. We just published a whole page with all of our Recommended Video Gear right here, and it has everything from cameras, lenses, audio equipment, stabilization equipment, accessories, and more. It will spare you countless hours of research, and save you money with some helpful tips on what you do and don’t actually need!
Most of the gear on the page is the actual equipment we use ourselves, so it’s been thoroughly researched and tested. Good show. So go check it out, and enjoy!
If you’re interested in learning more about making videos with this snazzy gear, we have a whole tutorial on that coming out next month! Sign up for our newsletter list here to be notified as soon as it is released! Yay!
(P.S. Looking for our recommended photography gear? We’ve got a whole page of that too, right here!)
BIG NEWS: Next month we’ll be releasing a brand new tutorial on how to shoot video!
We’ve been working on this tutorial for months and we’re so excited for you to see it!
Want to take better photos, like, NOW? And how about doing that without having to dig into technical settings? Even better, what if you could do all that, without needing any new gear – using whatever camera you currently own (even a smartphone?). Cool beans, right?
Today I’m going to give you 11 super-practical tips to make that happen. These are the suggestions that I’d give to someone who just picked up a camera and wants some rocking shots. BUT DON’T RUN OFF! Even if you’re more experienced with photography, these are ideas that are easy to forget, and we could all use the reminder every now and then! Let’s go!
3 Reasons To Shoot In Manual Mode Why you need to take control over aperture, shutter speed, and ISO
You have probably heard, over and over, that you should be shooting your camera in manual mode.
But what is manual mode, and why is it so important for your photography? Lets figure it out!
Manual mode is one of the main settings on your camera, and it lets you manually control shutter speed, aperture, and ISO. These three settings work together to control the how bright or dark your photo is (known as exposure), as well as change the overall look of the image. Super important stuff!