Tamron and Sigma just announced a few awesome lenses this week, and it got me thinking. Should we still consider purchasing lenses from Canon and Nikon when the party offerings match and even sometimes surpass the quality of first-party lenses, and for a fraction of the cost?
Casey Neistat is a filmmaker who recently started daily vlogging. His daily uploads has gained him a large, loyal fanbase, and is now one of the biggest YouTubers.
One of the most popular questions he get's is "What camera do you shoot with?" He's explained his setup briefly in numerous videos, but has never gone into detail on the what and why. I try to do that for him (as best as I can) in this video.
Here's a list of Casey Neistat's vlogging camera equipment:
This year, I've made it one of my goals to print out more of my photographs. I've never printed anything from my phone before, so I thought it'd be good to try it out.
I recently took a day trip to Tagaytay and snapped a couple of shots I really liked, so I edited them on VSCO, transferred them to a thumb drive and took them to my local Kodak to get them printed.
I recently picked up an iPhone 6S Plus and I've been extremely impressed by its camera. Here are 5 of my best tips to take better photos using your smartphone (iPhone or Android).