A lot of my work recently has all been video stuff. Which is... well definitely a change. I more or less had to give myself a big crash course in it. I had done some small crew work jobs (as a camera PA, not even as a DP or First AC or anything), but I essentially had to learn to do everything as a single operator. That's taken a lot of my time. I still have a lot to learn there, but what I know is at least enough to keep me busy. There is definitely a higher demand in the video world than in photos (at least in my experience). As I think video is a lot harder to make look right. And all the filters in the world won't make phone video look or sound right, and editing (cutting together) a film is an art in itself.^^Super cool! I was wonder where you've been... haven't seen you post any of your work recently (unless I missed it?)
Nice Pics.. Here a some similar shots I took. These were taken in 2014 with my Nikon D90. I stayed mostly in Brisbane, but visited Sydney, and the town of 1770 as well.
A view of the same bridge from the opposite shore! (Luna Park)
...I picked up a Panasonic Lumix ZS100 1" sensor camera as the best compromise between pocketability, sensor size and zoom range before this last weekend's trip to Vegas. And I am very happy with it. It does require some Lightroom tweaking for best results, but the base image information is surprisingly good and gives LR a lot to work with. My only wish is that these things would have some kind of attachable or otherwise mechanically enabled circular polarizer to fight reflections when taking pics through perspex. I know the FZ1000 and Sony RX10 take filters, but they're too big to be pocketable.BB Gun said:I didn't want to bring the DSLR... and the trip really made me want to get some kind zoom travel camera - either a micro 4:3 or 1" all-in-one so I can take better and more varied pics, but don't have to bring all my gear.