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Tony & Chelsea LIVE! Nikon D810, Panasonic's Wearable 4K camera (HX-A500), Wildlife Photography

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  1. I believe the program referenced for remote (tethered) camera operation is Canon's "EOS Utility".  For Canon owners, the program was included as a disk with any new or refurbished purchase.  For most of us, this CD was either thrown away or lost. = )

    It allows you to view and adjust your camera settings, using a similar layout to your camera's LCD screen.  It also allows you to enter live-view from a computer and selectively focus on different parts of the image.  Obviously you are able to operate the shutter from this screen, too.

    One way that I have used this program is to take faster HDR photo sequences.  In conjunction with another computer program, it allows me to take a series of rapid shots at different exposure settings, without the delay of manual camera adjustments.  For example, I can take consecutive photos at iso 100, 200, 400, 800, and 1600.  This gives my subject much less time to move and improves the final image quality substantially.


  2. Thank you for reviewing my portfolio! I am Josh Bryant aka JB Photos. Sorry for the weird beginning in the music video haha, i just shoot what the artist wants. I definitely see where i could improve my website, so once again, thank you.

  3. You seemed to have missed many things on the D810:  D800 was 4 fps, D810 is now 5 fps native up to 7 fps with grip in DX; no Optical Low Pass Filter (new compared to D800 and D800E); 1.22 million dot screen with RGBW and ability to tweak to taste, up from 921k dots and RGB with no tweak; improved AF taken from the D4s including new Group Area mode; one button zoom to check focus; Auto ISO added; new processor is 30% faster; OLED in viewfinder display; added sRAW mode; kevlar/carbon shutter mechanism; longer battery life from same battery (up to 1,200 from 900); highlight-weighted metering; split-screen display zoom feature; plus a few other things.     I think you downplayed it too much.  It is a good evolutionary camera.  

  4. Awesome ….!! My first time your live show. Just purchased your book SDP !! Amazon delivered it yesterday !! Yet to register and send you my snapshot. I am a big fan of yours guys !! Super Book ….great work !! 

  5. in my opinion these (hx a500) definitely has its pros (such as the corded body, more ergonomical, etc) but comparing the footage from competitors, the hx a500 has way too much compression artifacting, especially in 4k to be useable… not really worth having 4k footage if its going to be similar to 1080 because everything is so blocky… and not to mention the fisheye effect. in my view its much worse than the competitors.

  6. The Mach 1 pic was a night shot with light painting

    79 frames taken over the course of 2 1/4 hours, out of those, 18 were used in the final image.

    The final image has 25 image layers, 28 masks and 9 adjustment layers. 
    It took about 40 hours to get the final image done. Knowing what I know now, I probably could do it in half the time.

    The pictures were taken with a Canon 70D with a Canon EF 50mm f/1.4 USM Lens on a MePhoto RoadTrip Tripod.

  7. I've nearly chewed up all my download watching your videos all week! They are all so great and these Live ones are especially great:) Just shows yours, Chelsea's and Justin's personality, your tips have also helped out me greatly! 🙂 Thank you:)

  8. Chelsea, you asked the question:

    Who buys a camera like this and then processes the files with JPG? 
    Answer: Ken Rockwell. He actually tells everyone to set the camera to "standard JPG" to shoot photos (I would call them pictures if your following his advice).

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