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Photographer, Videographer & Social Media Coordinator.
I like talking about technology and design.
Greater New York City Area

iPhone 6 and 6 Plus First Impressions! - YouTube.com/ForeverG5

Matt and I went to try out the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus at the 14th street Apple Store in NYC. These are our first impressions shot and edited on the iPhone 5C from High Line Park! Which phone do you plan to get? Let us know in the comments!

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Thanks for watching as always!

Leave any questions you’d like addressed in the 25mm f/1.4 review video in the comments below!

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Here we have a compilation of some of the footage I’ve captured using the Panasonic Lumix GH4 and the Panasonic Leica DG 25mm f/1.4. As you can see, depth-of-field is very smooth and noticeable. I will go into further detail in a review in the near future, but the DOF is a bit TOO much for me with this lens, leaving the subject not as sharp as I’d like in low light. As seen in the shot of me, however, given the right lighting, this lens is a star!

Thanks for watching! #YouGuysROCK

My First RAW Edit
Believe it or not, this image is my first edit using RAW format. Just like many others budding photographers, I was afraid that RAW was this foreign language; a breed that required massive amounts of Lightroom knowledge to tame. Today I realized, shooting in RAW actually makes your image like a blank canvas, and that’s an amazing thing to have when editing a photo.
This image was originally shot at f/2.0 using the Panasonic Leica Nocticron 42.5mm lens on a GH4. The exposure was bright, there was a huge spot on my grandmother’s hand and behind her was the reflection of a night stand. After adding a vignette and quite a few adjustment brushes, you have the image above.
Another huge thing I learned when editing this image is how truly non-destructive Lightroom really is. I was anticipating a huge drop in quality when I exported from RAW to JPEG. I would actually go as far as to say I felt my image popped more after being exported, and I suppose that’s due to the fact that RAW files are naturally soft.
Regardless, my point of this post is to urge you to experiment with RAW images. Lightroom is very simple yet very powerful and trust me when I say, your images will thank you.

My First RAW Edit

Believe it or not, this image is my first edit using RAW format. Just like many others budding photographers, I was afraid that RAW was this foreign language; a breed that required massive amounts of Lightroom knowledge to tame. Today I realized, shooting in RAW actually makes your image like a blank canvas, and that’s an amazing thing to have when editing a photo.

This image was originally shot at f/2.0 using the Panasonic Leica Nocticron 42.5mm lens on a GH4. The exposure was bright, there was a huge spot on my grandmother’s hand and behind her was the reflection of a night stand. After adding a vignette and quite a few adjustment brushes, you have the image above.

Another huge thing I learned when editing this image is how truly non-destructive Lightroom really is. I was anticipating a huge drop in quality when I exported from RAW to JPEG. I would actually go as far as to say I felt my image popped more after being exported, and I suppose that’s due to the fact that RAW files are naturally soft.

Regardless, my point of this post is to urge you to experiment with RAW images. Lightroom is very simple yet very powerful and trust me when I say, your images will thank you.

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