1. Raw Fountain Pen (60D raw video)

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    from Avner Gaddish / Added

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    This Fountain pen is almost as old as me! Shot RAW with a canon 60D, Sigma 24-70 and an extension tube - AND magic lantern zoom mode, which is great. Conformed in Davinci Resolved - not graded at all, only changed brightness and contrast. Edited in FCP X. I have to say that I was simply AMAZED how good these shots came out - it looks just like stills I would made from this camera - not like a regular H264 video. So much so that I didn't fix on purpose some tiny vibrations, just to prove this is video. Uploaded in ProRes Proxy - Please download the original to see original quality. Also, see my other raw macro video: https://vimeo.com/81745908 Comments are welcomed! Music: "Elder Harmonies (Ancient)" by Arastoo (http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Arastoo/Warmth_In_Digital/13_Elder_Harmonies_Ancientmp3)

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    • Raw Light Meter (60D raw video)

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      from Avner Gaddish / Added

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      This old light meter is older than me! Shot RAW with a canon 60D, Sigma 24-70 and an extension tube - AND magic lantern zoom mode, which is great. Conformed in Davinci Resolved - not graded at all, only changed brightness and contrast. Edited in FCP X. I have to say that I was simply AMAZED how good these shots came out - it looks just like stills I would made from this camera - not like a regular H264 video. So much so that I didn't fix on purpose some tiny vibrations, just to prove this is video. Uploaded in ProRes Proxy - Please download the original to see original quality. Also, see my other raw macro video: https://vimeo.com/81751675 Music: "Elder Harmonies (Ancient)" by Arastoo (http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Arastoo/Warmth_In_Digital/13_Elder_Harmonies_Ancientmp3)

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      • Measuring Light with CL-500A and T10A (Part 2)

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        Anita Jorgensen Lighting Design: http://www.ajld.net Konica Minolta Sensing Americas: http://sensing.konicaminolta.us Anita Jorgensen, IESNA, IALD, LEED, LC has been practicing architectural lighting design in New York for over twenty years. Anita uses Konica Minolta Sensing's T-10A Illuminance Meter and CL-500A Illuminance Spectrophotometer on museum, exhibit, and architecture projects. Museum projects include the Janet K. Ruttenberg exhibit at the Museum of the City of New York, East Gallery of The Frick Collection, and Basketball Hall of Fame. Konica Minolta Sensing's T10A Illuminance Meter is a useful tool used to instantly check illuminance levels both in lux and foot candles, meeting lighting levels established by the curator and artist. The CL-500A Illuminance Spectrophotmeter determines color rendering values and establishes quality of the light sources used. Konica Minolta Sensing's CL-500A also gives a spectral distribution curve which confirms the existence of UV, a concern for conservators.

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        • Measuring Light with CL-500A and T10A (Part 1)

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          Anita Jorgensen Lighting Design: http://www.ajld.net Konica Minolta Sensing Americas: http://sensing.konicaminolta.us/ Anita Jorgensen, IESNA, IALD, LEED, LC has been practicing architectural lighting design in New York for over twenty years. Anita uses Konica Minolta Sensing's T-10A Illuminance Meter and CL-500A Illuminance Spectrophotometer on museum, exhibit, and architecture projects. Museum projects include the Janet K. Ruttenberg exhibit at the Museum of the City of New York, East Gallery of The Frick Collection, and Basketball Hall of Fame. Konica Minolta Sensing's T10A Illuminance Meter is a useful tool used to instantly check illuminance levels both in lux and foot candles, meeting lighting levels established by the curator and artist. The CL-500A Illuminance Spectrophotmeter determines color rendering values and establishes quality of the light sources used. Konica Minolta Sensing's CL-500A also gives a spectral distribution curve which confirms the existence of UV, a concern for conservators.

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          • Light Meter and Exposure with the Pentax ZX-M

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            Learn to use the light meter to set the correct exposure using the Pentax ZX-M film SLR camera.

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            • Alfred Watkins, Herefordshire Photographer - Documentary

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              A short documentary film about the life and photographic work of pioneer photographer Alfred Watkins. Produced for my university 'Documentary' module. All shot on Canon EOS 600D using Canon EF 50mm f1.8 and Sigma 28mm f2.8. Special Thanks to Ron & Jennifer Shoesmith, Logaston Press, and Hereford Museum Resource Center for all their help. Visit my blog to read more about the project: http://davidtbrown.co.uk/blog

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              • Mark's Go-To Lighting Setup: Ep 135: Exploring Photography with Mark Wallace

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                http://www.adorama.com Adorama Photography TV presents Exploring Photography with Mark Wallace. It's always a good idea to have a few lighting setups that you know inside out. This gives you a great safety zone if you get stuck during a shoot. In this episode, Mark explains one of his go-to lighting setups. Using a large 4x6' softbox as the key, white foam core for a fill and a small 2x3' softbox as a kicker, Mark gets a beautiful portrait. AdoramaTV features talented hosts including: Mark Wallace, Gavin Hoey, Joe McNally, Joe DiMaggio, Tamara Lackey, Bryan Peterson, Rich Harrington Related Products at Adorama Nikon D3S (only available used) Nikon 70-200mm f/2.8G http://www.adorama.com/NK70200AF2U.html?refby=video Profoto D1 1000 Watt Second Air http://www.adorama.com/PP901025.html?refby=video Profoto Softbox 4'x6' http://www.adorama.com/PP505708.html?refby=video Profoto Softbox 2'x3' http://www.adorama.com/PP505702.html?refby=video Sekonic L-758DR Light Meter http://www.adorama.com/SKL758DR.html?refby=video Matthews Baby Jr. Triple Riser Stand with Wheels http://www.adorama.com/MTH386020.html?refby=video PocketWizard Plus III Transceiver http://www.adorama.com/PWP3T2.html?refby=video Savage Nucor, Plain Uncoated Foam Mount Board, 48x96", Pack of 12 Boards http://www.adorama.com/SANU4896W.html?refby=video Savage Seamless Background Paper, 107" wide x 50 yards, Super White, #1 http://www.adorama.com/SA107501.html?refby=video If you have questions, share them with us at: adotv@adorama.com

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                • Capturing Great Sports Shots from a Unique Point of View

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                  Controlling remote cameras with PocketWizard Radio Triggers Having the ability to photograph sports up close adds incredible excitement and provides views of the action that you would never get to see as a spectator. Join host Joe Brady as he shows you how he sets up remote cameras at sporting events and controls them from the sidelines with PocketWizard Radio triggers. Learn how Joe captures soccer action at the net and see a football team drive for the score from a camera mounted on the goal post. These unique points of view create important images that add to the story of the event. If you shoot sports, PocketWizard and these few bits of gear should be a part of your photographic arsenal. Safety of the participants is paramount and your gear needs to be safe as well. Joe will show you the tools and a bit of do-it-yourself that can make this photography safe and fun for everyone involved. From rec-league soccer -- to high school football -- to pro sporting events, these techniques can help to make your sports photographs the talk of the town.

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                  • Tools & Techniques for Photographing the Passage of Time

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                    Photography is magical. You can use your camera to capture a fleeting moment and a passage of time in a single photograph. In this webinar, sponsored by Sekonic, Joe Brady will show you how to produce powerful and captivating images that combine flowing motion and amazing detail in outdoor scenic shots that include water. Then he will bring his camera into town to record locations over minutes to demonstrate how the flow of action creates results that are both telling and eerie. Joe will be using the Sekonic L-758DR light meter to show you how easy it is to get the perfect exposure information to make your flowing landscape – even when the exposure runs into seconds and even minutes to get the look you want. Key tools for long exposures include neutral density filters and sturdy tripods. Joe will show how to use them and introduce you to some of his favorite support systems from both Benro and Induro to ensure that the static parts of the scene remain tack sharp. The images created are fun and exciting, so join us for this informative and inspiring session.

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                    • Mastering Exposure for Landscape Photography, Part II

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                      When your camera makes the metering decisions, some landscape shots come out great. Some not so great. Using a light meter gives you the control to get the best digital capture every time. Join host Joe Brady as he shows when and how to effectively use incident-light metering and reflected-light-spot metering. During this free webinar, sponsored by Sekonic, Joe will take you to some beautiful outdoor locations that will challenge your in-camera meter and show you how to come home with the best shot. The best exposures make post-production easy. Joe will show you how two quick image edits with Adobe’s Lightroom and Photoshop Camera Raw can transform properly exposed image files into stunning photographs.

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