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  • 9 gen 2019

  • Shallow Depth of Field is So Yesterday Spider Camera Holster Spiderlight Hand Strap (Copper) To see the full resolution photos go to my web page. My music for projects: My Instagram MY CAMERA GEAR: (Amazon Affiliate Links) Main Camera: Sony a7 III Tamron 28-75mm F/2.8 for Sony Mirrorless Full Frame E Mount Sony 55mm F1.8 Sonnar T FE ZA Full Frame Prime Lens Lens: Sony Full Frame 24-105mm f/4 Sony FE 50mm F1.8 Lens Sony SEL85F18 85mm F/1.8-22 Medium-Telephoto Fixed Prime Camera Lens Extension Tubes: MEIKE MK-S-AF3A Metal Auto Focus Macro Extension Tube Camera strap: Peak Design Black Slide Camera Strap SL-BK-3 Peak Design Capture Camera Clip V3 (silver) Peak Design Capture Camera Clip V3 (black) Peak Design Everyday Sling 5L (Ash Camera Bag) SD cards: SanDisk Extreme Pro 128GB SDXC UHS-I Card: OFF Camera Flash Used: Flash I use for everything: Godox V860II-S TTL HSS Flash I use when traveling light: Godox TT350S 2.4G HSS TTL Flash trigger: Godox TT350S 2.4G HSS TTL Light modifier: Westcott 2336 43-Inch Round Apollo Orb Cheap Light modifier: Neewer Professional 33"/84cm Umbrella Light Stand: Avenger A4041B Aluminum Boom Stand 41 FOTYRIG Camera Flash Speedlite Mount Light Stand Flash Shoe Mount Vello Cold Shoe Mount with 1/4" Thread Gear I used to film these behind the Scenes Videos: Camera: PANASONIC LUMIX GX85 Camera mic: Polsen PL-4 Omnidirectional Lavalier Microphone Travel tripod: MeFOTO Classic Aluminum Roadtrip Travel Tripod/Monopod Kit - Black (A1350Q1K)


  • Andreas Fidler
    Andreas Fidler 1 anno fa

    The 19 dislikes are probably from people who bought an f1.4 x)

  • Vinh Hang
    Vinh Hang 1 anno fa

    On Youtube, most portrait photographers are doing the same thing, beautiful model, mash the background with 85mm f1.4 or 70-200 f2.8. There's absolutely nothing to watch if the model is not good looking, no story, so scene or sth special. The photo looks good though because the models are hot, but no creative from photographers. I watch tons of photographers who shoot with wide angle lenses because they are more advanced, there's always sth to look at from foreground to background. I'm glad you wake up some people.

  • David Oastler
    David Oastler 1 anno fa

    I fully agree with this

  • Sam Sam
    Sam Sam 3 mesi fa

    All Trends Hypes and Fashions have one thing in common: they are of only temporary nature and will not withstand the time as other photographs that is seen as ART.

  • Rob Fowler
    Rob Fowler 1 anno fa

    Great video Aron. My wife and I shoot weddings and my wife usually has the Sony Zeiss16-35 f4 on her Sony and all of her photos are amazing, especially during the ceremony. Yes we sometimes have use flash a little more indoors but thats ok. I usually have the 24-70gm on my Sony and where possible I use f4 indoors while keeping an eye on the iso. Outdoors f4 is always ok. I did have a 85GM f1.4 but I sold it because the number of times I needed or indeed use 1.4 was small. Prefer 1.8 and 2.8 lenses. They are not so big and heavy too!

  • Vojkan Milenkovik
    Vojkan Milenkovik 1 anno fa

    Excellent point. Shallow DOF is such a crutch, and at this time it is super easy to get in the game with abundance of FF bodies and cheap f1.8 lenses, especially in the Canon camp. I am guilty of using shallow DOF for my pro work, especially with a 35mm. But as an event photog I really need the light gathering capabilities. With that said I rarely go bellow f2 and usually I am between f2 and f2.8 for events (on full frame) and f4-5.6 for street work (on aps-c). There are so many ways to accentuate the subject: color, light, texture, composition... but shallow DOF is so freakin' easy, especially in fast moving environments.

  • AyBee
    AyBee 1 anno fa

    Yes, it makes no sence to shoot all wide open. Normaly the filming rule as i know is for scenic filming on a super 35 cam, 35 mm lens: Overview (full shot f5 to f11), closer to the point of interest or actors (f4 to f8), details or close ups if needed (f2 till f5, or more focal length).

  • Gian Smith
    Gian Smith 1 anno fa

    I agree with everything thing you said however, I also believe another reason why folks shoot wide open is to separate themselves from the *cellphoneographers*.

  • Phelji Wildz
    Phelji Wildz 1 anno fa

    It’s about drawing attention to the subject versus the scene.......I’m an amateur and just looking for my first DSLR, so I’ve been researching etc.

  • Zach
    Zach 1 anno fa (modificato)

    I love shooting wide open. But have gotten really bored with it now. I was telling a friend that if we take the subject out and drop anything else in its place we probably wouldn't be able to tell the difference. Wide open the only thing different from shot to shot is where the subject is in the frame. One of the reasons we hear/say to shoot wide open is for subject isolation. That's true in a way, but how shallow does a shot really need to be? Not much. For me, most of the photos I love to look at aren't that shallow at all. I've been shooting this way for a while but it's time to go back to those other elements of photography that have been getting ignored.

  • Gary Stackhouse
    Gary Stackhouse 5 mesi fa

    "Shallow depth of field is so yesterday," he says in front of a blurred background.

  • Peter Kaltoft
    Peter Kaltoft 10 mesi fa

    Agree with everything you said. My portraits improved vastly when I understood the points you're making in this video. That, and the importance of light over anything else.

  • specialized41
    specialized41 1 anno fa

    Your video lighting and sound improve a lot. Better and better. Thanks for video. 🇵🇷

  • Santiago Monroy León

    Do you like 60fps? And so, why? I love it too but since you mentioned the 24fps thing, i wondered why this video is at 60?

  • MrDCB1234
    MrDCB1234 1 anno fa

    Spot on. Not a lot of creativity these days.

  • Jaap Kroon
    Jaap Kroon 1 anno fa

    I agree with you but my thing is, I am also a concertphotographer shooting with the Xpro2 an Xt3 and I need the 1.4 . But at events during the day I love shooting around 5.6 and more.

  • epiphoney
    epiphoney 1 anno fa (modificato)

    Nice bokeh. Seriously though I didn't notice background blur at all before learning about photography. I think subconsciously people think some background blur looks more professional, especially for portraits, with a longer lens than a smartphone. What are movies, like 100mm? You look very sharp overall in the foreground.

  • Barry Cohen
    Barry Cohen 1 anno fa

    Shallow DOF becomes a crutch for many photographers. So sad. You also raised a point I often make- These idiots pixels peep, hang out on DPReview, and only buy very expensive lenses with perfect MTF scores and corner-to-corner sharpness, then buy f/1.2 and super-fast lenses, and then shoot them only wide open. Blurring everything to hell anyway. Why even do fashion shoots on location, in Paris, NYC, London, etc? When all you can see in the background is week-old, potato soup.

  • Don Cooper
    Don Cooper 1 anno fa

    I imagine Ansel Adams and Group f/64 would agree with you.

  • Thomas Bowan
    Thomas Bowan 1 anno fa

    You're so right... every photo demands a different point of view.