Fun Lenses

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One of my favorite lenses is the Lumix 7-14mm Rectilinear fisheye zoom. Even for portrait sessions, when you would not usually use a fisheye, it often makes a dynamic image with a cool perspective. I also love to show the … Continued

Shooting Strategy for Traveling

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Well, we are in Tokyo! Just landed last night and we have so many plans for the next week! Not only are we teaching for 3 days, we have 3 days to play in Japan and photograph. PLUS, we want … Continued

#12 Touch Focus/Rack Focus

Being able to touch your screen and select the area you want to focus on is just so convenient, but what is super nice is being able to do Rack-Focusing during video! Start rolling video and touch a spot…it focuses….then … Continued

#11 Self Timer Modes (+ a secret)

I know this is minor and some may think silly, but when you do a self timer and run to get in the picture, it is an effort- [or more like a gamble!], so I like the feature to set … Continued

#8 Video Function is Seamless (like stills)

Many of you do not yet shoot videos, so  you might feel like this doesn’t apply to you, but in my mind’s eye, I see the future of photography branching out and including videos. I honestly believe the modern photographer … Continued

#7 Weather Sealed

It might not seem like much, but sometimes, being weather-flexible is the key to some terrific images.  I have photographed soccer games in the pouring rain for an hour in Texas with no problems. It was the only day and … Continued

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