Which Camera Should I Buy First?
In a previous blog I talked about the first lens to pick up (50mm). I will talk more about cameras bodies in the future. When starting at the ground level of videography and/or photography the question always comes up. Which camera should I buy? I personally went through months of evaluation before I bought my first camera. I spoke with many videographers and photographers during my evaluation. I really didn’t intend on shooting photography initially but both fields relate in
Sandbag Tutorial Video Photography Film
Having a sandbag on light stands and tripods is very important if you want to keep your equipment safe and secure. This is the industry standard to weighting down equipment so that no one trips over it or knocks it over. This tutorial gives photographers and cinematographers a brief process of of setting up some inexpensive sandbags. Director of Photography Jason Smith demonstrates how to load sandbags to weigh down light stands and tripods. These sandbags can be ordered at E
Using Instagram As A Photography Marketing Tool
Now days there are so many marketing tools on the internet that you can throw a rock and find a source to promote your photography. The superior one right now is Instagram (also known as IG). This is no knock on Facebook, Twitter, Google + or Tumblr. They all have their benefits but right here, right now IG is the fastest easiest way to promote any form of photography and showcase your work. There is one simple reason and that is because that is where everyone is. Imagine the
Best DSLR Lens For The Best Price
In my first blog I talked about where to find equipment in the metro Detroit area. This time around I’m going to talk about a high quality lens for a low price. A 50mm prime lens for Canon or Nikon is a great starter lens that gives you a lot of versatility. This lens works well for photography or videography. The best thing about the 50mm prime is the ability to capture at f1.8. You won’t find a lens with that much depth of field at this price. When shooting photography you