1. This video shows some of the tests I did with the Panasonic Lumix G X Vario 35-100mm f/2.8 lens on my AF101.

    Read my blog post for more information (german) and links to other sources:
    r73.net/2012/12/21/das-panasonic-lumix-g-x-vario-35-100-f2-8-objektiv-mit-ois-an-der-af101/

    The lens seems to be parfocal, but during zooms the picture gets blurry for a short moment. This problem also occurs with the Lumix 12-35, but there's one big difference between these two lenses: The 35-100 does not flicker while zooming.

    Lens breathing is quite noticeable at longer focal lengthes, e.g. 100mm. At 35mm the lens performs quite well.

    The OIS works fine and is strongly recommended for handheld camerawork. If you put your camera on legs, you should switch the OIS off, expecially when panning or tilting at longer focal lengthes.

    I did not test the autofocus because I never use it.

    # vimeo.com/56103097 Uploaded 5,169 Plays / / 17 Comments Watch in Couch Mode
  2. Test con la cámara AF100 de Panasonic hecho con el objetivo de comparar la imagen con la de la GH2 con Hack a 176mb que publique anteriormente

    igraph.tv

    # vimeo.com/37875858 Uploaded 487 Plays / / 1 Comment Watch in Couch Mode
  3. After shooting and editing for a while, I've come to really respect both skills. I think more shooters should learn each and learn how to think like an editor when shooter. Check out this tutorial for 7 Tips to shoot more like an editor.

    More info and links here: dslrvideoshooter.com/shoot-like-an-editor-7-tips-that-will-make-you-a-more-valuable-shooter

    # vimeo.com/76100632 Uploaded 61.4K Plays / / 44 Comments Watch in Couch Mode
  4. Using a shallow depth of field is a powerful tool... but it's important to be aware of the dangers and think about your focus.

    Read more on the blog: stillmotionblog.com/2013/10/07/depth-of-field/

    # vimeo.com/76352536 Uploaded 11.6K Plays / / 14 Comments Watch in Couch Mode
  5. FRAMELINES, in association with the MID OHIO FILMMAKERS ASSOCIATION (midohiofilm.com) present a panel discussion on Producing with local producers Ben Bays, Phil Garrett, and Bo Buckley. Moderator: Scott Spears.

    Part 4 is on distribution

    Shot at WOSU TV's studio on May 8th, 2013.

    © copyright 2013 FRAMELINES

    FRAMELINES (framelines.tv) is brought to you in part by

    SABOSTUDIOS sabostudios.com/
    TAPE CENTRAL tapecentral.com/
    PRODUCTION PARTNERS MEDIA productionpartnersmedia.com/
    and grants from THE GREATER COLUMBUS ARTS COUNCIL gcac.org and the Ohio Arts Council oac.org

    # vimeo.com/75929924 Uploaded 1,679 Plays / / 1 Comment Watch in Couch Mode

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  • We Are One Japan

    Dear film students & fresh graduates,

    Calling for entries: INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS CREATIVE Award 2014,
    Organized by Knowledge Capital, Osaka, Japan

    The International Students Creative Award is an international award contest for both Japanese and foreign university, graduate school, and vocational school students in the fields of art and information media.

    Knowledge Capital’s mission is to promote “industrial creation, culture dissemination, international exchange, and human resource development”. The purpose of the International Students Creative Award is to discover and nurture the creative ideas and talents of today’s youth to enable them to become tomorrow’s stars on the world stage.

    Selected films and the film makers will be invited to attend the award ceremony, and pre-event party in Osaka in November 2014, with free air tickets and accommodation.
    Winners of the award could win prize money up to US$3000 plus other prizes. Your creative work would also gain great exposure at the event and in Japanese media, and media industry.

    Last year, winners from Korea, Indonesia, Singapore, Hong Kong, France, and Spain had joined us for a wonderful award event together with other Japanese student creators.

    We are now calling for entries for this year’s INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS CREATIVE Award. Kindly download the application form and send it to hi@wasabicreation.com, together with any questions you may have by
    AUG 19th 2014.

    • Application form download: bit.ly/1qQgcTL
    • ISCA Application Guide download: bit.ly/1qFDhXD
    • ISCA Official Website: kc-i.jp/en/award/isca/
    • Corresponding contact for overseas applicant: hi@wasabicreation.com

    We look forward to seeing your creative works.

    Yours,
    Tong
    Overseas application correspondent
    hi@wasabicreation.com

    by We Are One Japan

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