You may have said to yourself one day that it would be good to find the same Lightroom Classic settings between your different workstations. Maybe between work and home. Maybe by the way, between Windows and macOS. You have found it convenient that, regardless of the system, you can open the same catalog. But, apart from that, you cannot find your filters, your texts and above all, your presets. What if you could do it within the entire team or the entire studio?
All you need is a subscription to a free cloud storage provider like Amazon Prime, Google Drive, Dropbox, Onedrive or your own owncloud or NAS. But, you must have installed their automatic synchronization tool.
In this article, I will explain how to synchronize all of this, automatically and live, regardless of the system of your computers, macOS or Windows and regardless of the number of computers.
Click below on “Page 2” to read the tutorial content.
I discovered this summer the great product proposed by Frii Designs: TriLens ! It is an adapter that attaches to your belt and that takes up to 3 lenses around a turntable. It allows you to easily have and change your lenses ! Each space remains compartmentalized which avoids the diffusion of dust between the lenses. It is securely attached to the belt obviously avoiding falling and also frees the hands to change the lens!
So I took it upon myself in July 2019 to contact the company (announced on the Fujifilm support forum on Facebook) to ask them if they would eventually adapt TriLens for Fujifilm-x mount.
Jonas Lundin (CEO and founder of Frii Designs) wrote me today to tell me the good news : Yes, there is a first batch of TriLens for Fujifilm X Mount availlable in their online shop in limited quantity as the first batch.
If you grab one, would you please leave your thoughts in a comment down below ?
I share with you the last video published on my youtube channel: a timelapse of the milky way, filmed by the end of June, on the heights of Rieux Volvestre. Hope you like it, I do not hesitate to “like” and subscribe.
Brandon Woelfel has become in a very short time a phenomenon on Instagram. The look he gives to his shots, is immediately recognizable. He plays a lot on pink and blue tones, a lot of accessories as well as on strong depth of field: the bokeh.
At the time I write these lines, his Instagram account has more than 2 million subscribers and his Youtube channel more than 230,000.
This article will introduce you to the material he uses, information which is much less often found than the articles dedicated to the retouching techniques he uses.
Although this lens is entirely manual, I do not find it particular problem concerning the focusing. I use for this the Focus Peaking proposed by the X-T20 (in red highlight) and it works like a charm. For those who do not know, it is Damien Bernal (read his article on this subject) who will take care of the explanation (in french):
On the other hand, will you say, a 12mm for landscape, it is relatively easy to focus? I agree.
With this very good experience, the manufacturing quality of the lens and bringing all this to the fact that it really does not cost an armor, I start to make eyes soft to 2 new optics from Samyang, always for my Fujifilm
At first I had been interested by the 85mm F/1.4, available from eGlobalCentral at € 208 (currently) or Amazon.
But after some tests, I find the focal length of 85mm (equivalent 125 mm) too tight for portraits. I have to go back too far to have a frame a little wide of the subject indoors. It will probably be my 3rd goal Samyang but, for now, I think twist to another.
And to get a little closer to the subject (my photos but also this post), I searched – and particularly appreciated – the photos taken with the Samyang 50mm F1.2.
It has the second advantage of a little more of aperture than the 85mm: 1.2 against 1.4. As a reminder, at this focal length with my 18-55 my 50-230, I have only F4.0. Having 1.2 to 50mm will be a big plus for portraits or tight shots. The test from focus-numerique, which I invite you to read will have convinced me to take the plunge, because the last argument is that of the price, once more: The 50mm is currently at 317 € at eGlobalCentral and at Amazon Feel free to leave me your opinion, if you have one or the other !!
I leave you with some pictures that I can take with the Samyang 12mm: