Digital Storytelling with Photography - TWiP 520

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Best lens for travel photography (2018)

📸 My Travel Photography Course - FREE ebooks & case studies at my site "The Photographic Process" - This video answers a question that I get asked, perhaps more than any other. "What is the best lens for travel photography? For documentary photography?" I’ll give you a very comprehensive answer. I’ll talk about the best lenses for the full frame sensor system as well as the Micro 43 system that I currently use. Of course I want you to have an idea of what kinds of images these recommended best travel photography lenses produce. There will be plenty of photo examples. What about the lens’ usability, weight, discreetness and stuff like that? I’ll mention all that in the video too! 📷 LINKS TO ALL THE GEAR I TALK ABOUT IN THE VIDEO BELOW 24-70mm type lenses and equivalents BHPhoto and Amazon links Recommended for full frame sensor cameras Latest Canon 24-70mm f/2.8 lens: | Recommended Sony 24-70mm f/2.8: | Recommended Nikon 24-70mm f/2.8: | Sigma for Canon mount 24-70mm f/2.8 lens: | Sigma for Nikon mount 24-70mm f/2.8 24-70mm f/2.8: | Recommended for cropped frame sensors Canon 17-55 f/2.8 (for the cropped sensor Canons) | Panasonic 12-35 f/2.8 lens (Micro 43): | Fujifilm XF 16-55mm f/2.8 R LM WR Lens (APSC): | Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 12-40mm f/2.8 Lens (Micro 43) Not quite 24-80 equivalent, but close enough: | 30 and 35mm type lenses and equivalents Recommended for cropped sensor cameras Panasonic Leica DG Summilux 15mm f/1.7 ASPH. Lens (Micro 43): | Olympus M.Zuiko Digital 17mm f/1.8 Lens (Micro 43): | Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 17mm f/1.2 PRO Lens (Micro 43): | Fujifilm XF 23mm f/2 R WR Lens (APSC): | Sony E 20mm f/2.8 Lens (APSC): | Camera bodies that I talk about in the video: Canon 5D MKIV The new version of what I used to use in my digital SLR days | Panasonic GX80 - My favorite Micro 43 camera | Panasonic GX9 new version of the GX80 | Fuji X100F - | Sony a6500 - |


Street Photography - Today I'm sharing my street photography tips in Tokyo Japan - what settings to use for street photography and what gear. ▶︎ Edited with My NEW Lightroom Presets Pack: How to approach images you want to capture. Read below for detailed settings ▶︎ Subscribe to see the next video on photography: ▶︎ INSTAGRAM: ▶︎ Shot on with this lens ▶︎ All of the gear that I use: ▶︎ Lenses for Street Photography: - Sony: & (I put the cheaper versions) - Canon: or or - Nikon: or Note: If a Sigma Art version is available for those lenses and your camera system get it, it's really good. - M4/3: 12mm or 42.5mm depending on your camera system. The camera you use in Street Photography is really not that important. It's really all about how you view a scene and approach it. The settings that I share here are really made for you to concentrate on your image VS your camera. Settings I use 90% of the time: - Camera mode: Aperture priority (A), f/2.8 for shallow depth of field or anything above f/5.6 for cityscapes & scenes. - Minimum shutter speed: 1/250s for most days, 1/500s for fast objects/cars/bikes... - My ISO range: 100-12800 (I'm lucky) - Blurry crowds shot handheld: 1/5s, 1/4s anything below gets very tricky handheld! ▶︎ Mirrorless Cameras trendy for 2018: - Olympus OMD EM 1 - Sony A7iii A6500 or - Fuji PEN x-h1f or - Panasonic GH5 G9 or Remember the camera is not as important as ▶︎ World Tour Travel Vlog with Trina 👉 ▶︎ FOLLOW ME: 👉 INSTAGRAM: 👉 INSTAGRAM WORLD TOUR: 👉 FACEBOOK: 👉 TWITTER:

Digital storytelling -- changing people, perceptions, and lives: Jim Jorstad at TEDxUWLaCrosse

In today's society, we have the tools to be connected anywhere at any time. The scene is repeated almost every day. People will stand in line with their cell phones, to make a call to someone just a few feet away. Remarkable. We may believe we are connected with technology, but in many ways we becoming more disconnected socially. This prevents us from finding and telling those deep personal stories, or as Jim Jorstad, says "We don't dive deep to find the emotional stories right in front of us." Jim Jorstad, an award-winning journalist and filmmaker, researches how people can use social media and digital storytelling to connect with people, and the world. He has been quoted as "documenting history in real time." Through his work, he has found ways to help us break through our societal disconnection by crafting inspirational and emotional digital stories and sharing them worldwide. The digital stories Jorstad has authored through CNN iReporting, have been seen by nearly 1 million viewers. Jim was selected for the CNN iReport Spirit award for his efforts. Jorstad is Director of Academic Technologies at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)

Lens: Storytelling with a 35mm

In this episode we kick off our tour of Australia with a wide lens for a wide open country, dphog finds out what the niche of the 35mm focal length is. What a great lens! If you're unable to see the annotations leading to the video(s) mentioned then you can go to it by clicking on the link(s) below... Directing Stills: Liz & Dionne by Clinton Lubbe If you want instant updates about our weekly uploads then you're welcome to follow us on... Facebook: Instagram: Twitter: Music Used... Take That Back by Silent Partner

GROW your photography business FAST! - Tips

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In this episode we’ll dive into a few of the latest news topics affecting photographers, as well as a deep dive conversation into the art of digital storytelling using photography!

One of the much underserved aspects of photography seems to be storytelling. Many photographers enjoy making stunning, and usually technically perfect photographs. But the true artisans are beginning to tell stories with their photography. In this episode we talk about how YOU can start using your camera to weave intricate stories in your viewers minds.


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