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Archive for the ‘Video’ Category

How to destroy a new Canon 24-70mm f/2.8…. like a pro!

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On December - 9 - 2016

How to destroy a new Canon 24-70mm like a pro

How to destroy a new Canon 24-70mm like a pro



Here are some tips to get you looking like a professional photographer. The newest, most advanced, and of course most expensive lenses are sometimes a necessary investment if you want to be a professional photographer. To capture those important moments, skilled hands that can quickly change between lenses is an important factor so you won’t miss those important moments.
The video below shows you how to change your lenses quickly, using primarily your index finger. It starts out looking normal and well, but then.. ouch! See for yourself.

Warning: Do this at your own risk! Read the rest of this entry »

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[video] Camera Warfare!

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On December - 3 - 2016

camera warfare

camera warfare



This is a video on War Photographers, people who risk their lives for their profession and information. Like a soldier in arms, armed with their camera and lenses, they dive right into ground zero of a conflict area and gets close up into the action of the battle field. But this video isn’t documenting the stories of famous war photographers like James Nachtwey or Robert Capa.

This video is a War Photographer video parody that’s produced for commercial purposes by a camera store, and it’s a spawn of Devin Graham’s creativity. With the war photographer concept, this video was directed and created well.. with absurdity for seasoning. See for yourself! Read the rest of this entry »

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7 Tips for Photojournalism from Reuters Photographer Damir Sagolj

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On November - 20 - 2016
Damir Sagolj - Photojourlaism Tips

Damir Sagolj – Photojourlaism Tips

Damir Sagolj is a Reuters photographer from Sarajevo based in Thailand. In the following video, he shares 7 tips regarding photojournalism.



Here are the 7 photojournalism tips as discussed by Damir in the above video:

1. Anticipation
You must always anticipate the coming of that important, picture perfect moment. How? When on location, don’t just sit idly by. Photograph often and familiarize yourself with your camera settings so when that golden moment comes, you can take a shot without any second thoughts. Read the rest of this entry »

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Nikon D7000 Tips and Tricks

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On July - 23 - 2016

Nikon D7000 - Tips and Tricks

Nikon D7000 - Tips and Tricks

This video will help you set up and understand the different settings in your Nikon D7000. I walk you through each step of the way while interjecting how I would set up the menu if I owned the camera. If you have a Nikon D90 this video will also help you set up your camera as the menu systems are very similar. This video helps new Nikon D7000 users get a better understanding of their camera’s controls and guides them through getting better photos. Read the rest of this entry »

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The “Nikon Symphony” by Photographer Von Wong

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On July - 14 - 2016
Nikon Symphony

Nikon Symphony

To play a symphony using a saxophone or a piano is a very common thing. What about playing it using a DSLR camera? Doesn’t it sound so unique and interesting?

Around 14 Nikon cameras worth ten thousands of dollars are particularly arranged and operated to create a symphony. It is Benjamin Von Wong who got the crazy idea of creating music using Nikon DSLR cameras in a video project entitled “Nikon Symphony”. Read the rest of this entry »

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What You Need to Know About Fisheye Lens

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