This podcast covers how to put your camera through the ringer and get the most out of it. Shane discusses how it’s one thing to own a camera, but it’s another to understand its full potential. Camera tests are key when it comes to knowing when and where to apply your camera, as well as when and where not to. Shane takes you step by step on how to understand the soul of your sensor.
Today we are comparing Leica Summicrons to Leica Summilux lenses. It’s important to compare lenses so you can really find how each lens reads your talent.
I really wanted to find a set of lenses that I felt would deliver a cinematic look with this very sharp sensor that is known as the GH 4. The lens that really grabbed me was the Voigtlander.
In this series, you will get a bundle of content ranging from extensive camera tests to videos of camera technician Chris Herr explaining how he manages heat control, black shades, and what’s in his toolkit when he handles the RED Dragon sensor. You will also receive LUTs that you can use for your RED Weapon, Dragon, Scarlet, or Raven.
In this article, we are going to compare the Leica Summicron-C lenses to other lenses that are around the same price range, the Zeiss Ultra Primes.
We’ve worked closely with Global Cinematography Institute and their efforts to teach on “Expanded Cinematography,” and I want to introduce their workshop.
Part 3 will show you the look and feel of the Olympus series of micro four third lenses on the GH4.
We’re going to walk through how we built our Direct Network Storage Solution system here at Hurlbut Visuals.