Sony 85mm G-Master Lens Review
My Experience Using Canon Lenses on a Sony Camera
I don’t typically choose to review lenses because there isn’t much to talk about or show other than comparing footage shot through it and there are so many variables (like what kind of camera it is attached to or compression on said footage) that I don’t really like even doing that.
This Sony G-Master series 85mm lens is different though. It is one of the few lenses I’ve used that actually has features that change how I might film or photograph something.
Zacuto Marauder Review — A Run & Gun Camera Rig
In this video I explain which of the many adapters I recommend getting, my experience with the speed and reliability of auto-focus in both photo and video mode, and whether I even recommend keeping your Canon lenses when you make a switch to mirrorless cameras.
Veydra Mini Cine Prime Lens Review (25mm, 35mm, 50mm)
In this video review I’ll show you how to set up this “run n’ gun” rig for a DSLR or mirrorless camera, how to use a Z-Finder attachment to get a better view of your LCD screen, and what accessories I’d get with it.
Sony RX10 III Unboxing
In this video I review the Veydra 25, 35, and 50mm E mount lenses. Enjoy!
Is Snapchat A Good Platform To Practice Vlogging?
In this video I unbox the Sony RX10 III, show you what comes with it, and I suggest two items that you should purchase alongside it.
With features like a 24–600mm optical zoom lens, 4K at different frame rates, 960fps slow motion, and crazy fast auto-focus, it is hard to dislike the Sony RX10 III. All in all, if push came to shove and I had to grab one camera off the shelf to use in any situation I think I would find myself reaching for it.
What Is The Best Camera For $1,000?
In today’s #AskLeb episode we talk about Snapchat, why it isn’t just for teens, and whether or not you should use the platform to get better at making videos and storytelling.
How to Film in Log & Color Grade It in Post (Complete Workflow)
In today’s #AskLeb episode I answer Phil Ebiner’s question of what is the best camera for $1,000 or less.
There are just so many choices! To make it easier on myself and to be more helpful for you, I decided to break the question into three categories: vlogging, YouTubing and filmmaking.
Behind the Scenes at WistiaFest 2016
In today’s #AskLeb episode we talk filming in a log (flat) picture profile and share what steps we take to ensure that our colors come out true and vibrant after the color correction phase.
We tackle this question in a tutorial style. We first cover the camera settings used while shooting in Canon Log and then go into Premiere Pro and Da Vinci Resolve to show you exactly how you can color grade your footage using LUTs.
Sony a7rii Unboxing + 85mm G-Master & 55m 1.8 Lenses
This week I went to Boston to attend WistiaFest, a video marketing conference created by a video hosting company I use all the time: Wistia.
Today’s video is a behind the scenes vlog of my trip to WistiaFest. I made it to share with you a bit about what the event is like if you’re looking for video conferences to attend.
My Favorite Keyboard Shortcuts in Final Cut Pro X
Today I unbox the Sony a7rii and both the 55mm f1.8 and 85mm G-Master f1.4 lenses. Let's see what these look like out of the box!
How to Color Correct in Final Cut Pro X
During this video I talk about the shortcut keys in FCPX. I also open up the keyboard shortcut panel and show how you can browse it to learn shortcuts as well as create your own.
I walk through the color workspace and how to do basic color correction. While high level grading is best done in secondary software, FCPX offers great basic tools and global adjustment.