One Camera, One Lens

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One Camera, One Lens

Postby DJaseck » Sun Nov 27, 2016 4:24 pm

Just a short show about a photographic discipline I am attempting. It is to use just one camera and one prime lens to enhance my composition skills, rather than using the zooms I have. The camera is a Fuji XE2 and the lens is a Fuji 35mm F1.4 which has a FOV (field of view) of a normal 50mm lens on a full frame 35mm camera. The purpose of this little video is to show the amazing optic that this particular lens is. Sort of retro and takes me back to my first Nikon with a 50mm lens. I and my dog Drake have been away for a while having sold my home of many years and moved to another part of the state and starting with the photography again and as always, really enjoy using Proshow Producer and looks like I am a couple versions behind. Nice to be back....Dave

One Camera, One Lens
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Re: One Camera, One Lens

Postby JBD » Mon Nov 28, 2016 5:08 am

Like it David. Great job. As usual the music is right on!!!!

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Re: One Camera, One Lens

Postby bigsewed » Mon Nov 28, 2016 5:11 am

Outstanding...
Great demonstration of "one camera, one lens"
Well done!
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Re: One Camera, One Lens

Postby DJaseck » Mon Nov 28, 2016 3:01 pm

Thanks for the kind comments Guys.. Got to keep working in the program or you quickly forget some of my favorite moves in PSP. Like I think I have forgotten half of what I used to know in Photoshop...Dave

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Re: One Camera, One Lens

Postby JBD » Tue Nov 29, 2016 6:57 am

Forgetfulness is part of getting old Dave!! :lol:

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Re: One Camera, One Lens

Postby Riekelt » Wed Dec 07, 2016 1:27 pm

My compliments.
the art of omission makes the show great. Music and foto's match with time !
The last slide is the best.

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Re: One Camera, One Lens

Postby DJaseck » Wed Dec 07, 2016 2:34 pm

Hi Riekeltl...thanks, I am assuming in the context of what you said that "the art of omission" is a good thing right LOL? I have been trying simplifying everything about my life including going easy on styles and effects and trying to tell a story rather than dazzle with effects. Appreciate your comments....Dave

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