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Tony & Chelsea LIVE: Reflection Photography, Sigma 50-100 f/1.8, Nikon DL cameras

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  1. 34:00 – "Gallery worthy" on a Nikon D3300 with the kit lens (18-55)! That goes to show it really is the 12 inches behind the camera that matters most. If anyone sees this and knows who took that shot, I'd be interested in seeing more of their work. It is really fantastic.

  2. Lets drink whenever these 2 dialogs are said:
    Chelsea: "I raise the exposure"
    Tony: "Yea, always check the histogram"

    Tony:"Let's crop it. I feel it needs to be croped"
    Chelsea:"I actually liked it better before"

  3. +Tony Northrup When you guys have the a6300 in hand, I'm hoping your hands-on will include adapting Canon glass using the Metabones adapter and comparing performance between the 6300 and the A7Rii (Perhaps two canon bodies with similar megapixel counts to the a6300 and a7rii. I know that's starting to be a significant drain on time to perform something like that, but a clear account of performance in terms of AF lag and IQ falloff with adapted lenses would be really insightful, and adapting both crop body lenses and full frame lenses and comparing performance against their native counterparts could be some great supporting evidence re: using FF-designed lenses on crop bodies)… Please?

  4. Thanks so much for the reflections pictures, some super cool photos here. The IQ of your show is much improved. No more oompah loompahs now that saturation is -999 😉

  5. The 21st thing photographers get wrong: Reversing the lens hood. If you don't want to use the hood, fine, leave it at home. I guess if you like having the hood cover the zoom ring thats your perogative. That is my number 1 photography pet peeve. Thanks

  6. Concerning the short segment on the Nikon DL cameras, are the advertised max apertures not reflecting the light transmitting abilities? I think that's what the camera makers are referring to, not the DOF equivalents to 35mm.

  7. I am not sure if you talk into your microphones in the right direction. They look like large-diaphragm condenser microphones. In most cases the diaphragm points to the side. You talk in the direction of the top not the front of it. This makes no sense and compromises the quality.

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