Mastering the proper diffusion techniques can be the difference between a good and great image! That’s why we’re going to take you through the ins and outs of Half Soft Frost, Highlight, and Soft Frost diffusion.
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.
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Comparing XEEN 135mm next to Canon Cinema Primes, Zeiss CP2s, and Cooke S4i’s reviewing color rendition, bokeh, rack focus, faces, contrast, and sharpness.
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Part 3 will show you the look and feel of the Olympus series of micro four third lenses on the GH4.
I want to show the comparisons of what most people would do with a Mac Pro in maxing it out, seeing the cost and then seeing what a nearly maxed out HP would be, for the same price point. The idea is that you wouldn’t have to max out an HP to get the performance you are looking for and you will be able to save a lot of money in doing so.