Panorama Tutorial, at Night, in HDR: A Photography How To Video

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MrJungHee says:

He meant ISO. =)

Brandon Ayers says:

What is this EESO setting you speak of? =)

atam1988 says:

you’re really great…and thanks to you and your wife Chelsea inc. Erkki for the INSIGHTS-Asther’s Through The LENS.

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PuertoRicanVideo says:

I love IS too and Canon is making it hard on us with no IS in the 24-70mm. I have to disagree with “the IS will only help with event photography if people are holding still.” if they move fine, but people on stage tend to move, pose, move, pose. And, you may want to let them blur. But a blurry stage/background will probably not help the image.

For me the 24-105mm and a 50mm f1.4 fill the gap. But yes, I wish the 2.8 AND IS of the 70-200 were available in the 24-70, or 24-105.

heydanca says:

More tony more!

MrTrueNord says:

New video?

Tony Northrup says:

Glad you bring this up, because I love IS and I’ve been waiting for a good 24-70 with IS. I decided against the Tamron because of the really weird bokeh, so I’m still using my Canon 24-105 f/4 (but I really want to be at f/2.8).

Well, the IS will only help with event photography if people are holding still. I’d probably grab a 24-70 f/2.8 so I could shoot wide open if needed, keeping my shutter speed fast and blurring the background a bit more.

But, I haven’t tested them in the field either.

chrisah1 says:

Just a quick hijack, but in the same vein. If doing event photography In a tighter surrounding (requiring a 24-70FF let’s say), how much does VC/VR/IS add to the mix? In my instance it would be 24-70L versus the new Tamron with VC? I think the canon looks better and is optically more even across the diameter and zoom range, but would IS/VC give more usable sharp shots and overcome optical deficiencies? (I haven’t been able to test them both in the field yet). thanks

Tony Northrup says:

Lens is the most important here. You definitely need a 70-200 f/2.8 to get the background blur you need for weddings. Check ebay for used deals, but you can get a new Tamron for $770 on Amazon. You also need a bounce flash with ETTL, like the Canon 430 EX II, which is about $280 new (but find a used one on ebay or on off-brand flash that supports ettl). That leaves you about $900 for a camera kit, plus your savings from buying used. Get a 60D or T3i kit used. Let me know how it goes!

DigitalExtinction says:

I do wedding photography and Family portraits and pageant photography and budget 1500-2000

Tony Northrup says:

Sure thing!

danniornsmarason says:

and thanks for telling me about microsoft ice! its awesome and i have always been looking for a program to do panorama but didnt find any that is simple

danniornsmarason says:

I realy like that you are a pro photgrapher that answers these question on your videos, there are not many people who do that and that is why you have my sub (and becouse of many other things) 😀

Tony Northrup says:

Depends what type of photography you’re doing and what exactly your budget is. Pro lenses don’t lose much value; you can sell them years later, so they’re a better investment. It doesn’t make much sense to have a full-frame pro lens on a consumer body with a crop factor, though. You’d be lugging around expensive glass that you weren’t using.

So, neither, I guess :). But let me know what you’re trying to do and what your budget is and I can recommend some gear.

MrBlofeld007 says:

Great video as always.

DigitalExtinction says:

Would you recommend a “Pro Dslr” with cheap lenses or “Pro Lenses” with a cheap dslr

Tony Northrup says:

Of course, I keep no secrets :). That’s an underwater portrait, which is covered in Chapter 13.

ClankyRochet says:

I really like the cover photo of your book. Does your book show how to do that.

Tony Northrup says:

Thanks! We loved Germany.

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