Alright so i'm trying something a little different here let me know if it's alright!nHopefully this opens the air a little on how to work a ...
Alright so i'm trying something a little different here let me know if it's alright!nHopefully this opens the air a little on how to work a twin lens camera so it's much easier for you to learn :DnnCheck out this guy too he's really helpful!nhttp://youtu.be/5D2S5L8BwnwnnIf you have any questions feel free to comment below!nnTumblr: http://pixelatedelirium.tumblr.com/nnTake care :) Less
A day around the art of photography. Video created to illustrate the use of a Yashica Mat 124 G and also show the art of medium format camer...
A day around the art of photography. Video created to illustrate the use of a Yashica Mat 124 G and also show the art of medium format cameras. Less
Fashion photography with a point + shoot camera
1971 Vintage Movie Camera Yashica Super 40K Film Japan Classic Battery Operated 1970s
Some street portraits I shot for the upcoming readers issue of Time Out London magazine.nnFilm:nKodak Portra 400nnCameras:nYashica Electro 3...
Some street portraits I shot for the upcoming readers issue of Time Out London magazine.nnFilm:nKodak Portra 400nnCameras:nYashica Electro 35 GTNnOlympus XAnnNegatives scanned using an Epson V370nnGot the negatives back in record time, so am really happy that I will be able to supply to them by Monday ( they knew I was shooting film.) Happy with the Yashica Electro, which I used for the head and shoulder shots, and happy considering the light meter isn't working and the shutter wasn't firing as it should, so am relieved. Focussing on a lens is what I am used to, so I got my focussing completely wrong with the full length shots, which I used the Olympus XA for, and was nervous as I hadn't actually done a test run with the camera. Still, I'm happy with how they came out and hope they make the issue for print.nn*********nnSocial:nnWebsite:nhttp://www.marcfairhurst.com/nnTwitter:nhttps://twitter.com/marc_fairhurstnnFlickr:nhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/fairhurst_photos/nnBlog:nhttp://marcfairhurst.wordpress.com/nnFacebook:nhttps://www.facebook.com/pages/-Marc-Fairhurst/203691366392618 Less
Canon 600d with 50mm 1.4 prime lens yashica
El olor de la hierba y las pipas. Un nudo en el estómago. El partido va a empezar. La experiencia se está volviendo realidad. El público ...
El olor de la hierba y las pipas. Un nudo en el estómago. El partido va a empezar. La experiencia se está volviendo realidad. El público del Camp Nou está expectante ante la danza de la pelota.nnThe smell of the grass and the pipes. A knot in the stomach. The match will begin soon. The experience is turning reality. The public of the Camp Nou is expecting the dance of the ball. nnCanon 7D n- Yashica 50mm 1.9n- Samyang 14 mm 2.8nnPearl Jam - Just Breathe Less
In this new feature we challenge one pro photographer to do a photo shoot with a cheapo camera. The camera is chosen entirely at random, wit...
In this new feature we challenge one pro photographer to do a photo shoot with a cheapo camera. The camera is chosen entirely at random, with the choice of: a Lego camera, iPhone 2G, Vivitar thing, Rollei crapline 102 and a Yashica EZ F-whatever. See how the pro does with the most modest of equipment in this video.nnSpecial thanks to our pro photographer in this video: Carsten SchaelnnHis website: http://www.carstenschael.comnnPresident of HKIPP.org (Hong Kong Institute for Professional Photographers)nnPhotos from Carsten Schael - All Rights Reserved. Less
撮影 編集 タイム涼介 出演 早瀬弥生 赤外線カメラ YASHICA EZ F537IR店内暗闇撮影
This is a music video for Tiffany Ashton's song "Only Words" off her album "Crossroads." Crew Director: Haley Chitambar Cinematographer and ...
This is a music video for Tiffany Ashton's song "Only Words" off her album "Crossroads." Crew Director: Haley Chitambar Cinematographer and Editor: David Harris Camera Assistant/Grip: Nate Berry Grip/Camera Assistant: Phil Berry Makeup: Annie Gladden Cast Tiffany Ashton: Herself Gregory Baker: Talent Agent Sarah Berube: Wardrobe Girl Josh Allen: Stylist Guy Jeremiah Cullen: Photographer Special Thanks: Ian Michael Gullett for letting me use your camera and lenses. West End Cafe, for letting us shoot in the spare room above your restaurant Ziggy's: For letting us shoot on your nice stage and use your lights I shot this on a Canon 60D with a Canon EF 18-135 and three older Yashica prime lenses (35mm, 50mm, 135mm.) We lit the scene in the "photo studio" using work lights and clamp lights. I used my Spectra Cine light meter to determine the exposure. Less
How to attach a macro stand and how to use a slide copier. In this part of my analog photography tutorial you may find some visual informati...
How to attach a macro stand and how to use a slide copier. In this part of my analog photography tutorial you may find some visual informations of the way how you assemble a Contax Auto-Bellows PC system for Contax/Yashica mount and how you can use it. It is a perspective correction bellows, but in this video I don't show this function, it would have been too long. The camera used is a Contax RTS II, but it is the same for all Contax cameras and built in the 80ies and 90ies of the 20th century with a Contax/Yashica mount. Yashica FR cameras also could use this auto bellows, and there was the same model with the Yashica brand on the market. It's a very useful tool for macro photography. Normally it is used with a 50 mm lens or a 60 mm macro lens, lenses with a wider angle require a very short distance and magnify the photographed subject very strongly, lenses with 85 or more mm have the opposite effect and are too heavy in many cases for the bellows. With an adaptor from Yashica/Contax mount to your digital camera you can also use an old bellows on your new camera, but please take in mind that you require long exposure times (you cannot use a ring flash because the distance between the lens and the photographed subject is too short), and dust could enter into your camera and on your image sensor. Less
Music: "You Are a Bright Star" by Hior ChroniknDirector/DP: Stefan NutznActress: Weina ZhaonLabel: mü-nestnYear 2011nLocation: Vienna, Loba...
Music: "You Are a Bright Star" by Hior ChroniknDirector/DP: Stefan NutznActress: Weina ZhaonLabel: mü-nestnYear 2011nLocation: Vienna, Lobaun*****nnOfficial PV for "You are a bright star" by Hior Chronik.nTaken from the upcoming album "unspoken words" (mü-nest, 2011).nmu-nest.comnnPV directed and produced by Nuzumaki.nShot on a Canon 7D, Yashica 50mm, Iscorama 36, Tokina achromat and and and Less
F I L M P H O T O G R P A H YnnDay out in the sun with the Yashica Electro 35 GTN and some rolls of Kodak Portra 400.
Check out the full schedule of these events @ www.connectinspiregrow.comnnFollow the movement @indiraphd
The Super 8 camera arrives. Thank you, eBay.
The official video for Bravestation's new single 'Western Thrills'.nDirector: Derek Wilson nDirector of Photography: Adrian VieninEditor: Ad...
The official video for Bravestation's new single 'Western Thrills'.nDirector: Derek Wilson nDirector of Photography: Adrian VieninEditor: Adrian VieninAC/Grip: Amanda FotesnArt Directors: Devin Wilson, Derek WilsonnBand: Devin Wilson, Derek Wilson, Andrew Heppner, Jeremy RossettinProduced by Wood & Wires Productions, 2012.nnbravestation.bandcamp.comnwoodandwiresproductions.comnnShot in October, 2011, in Brockville, Ontario. nnTech:nShot entirely on a Canon 5D mk II.nCanon 35mm f 1.4 L (f/1.4L)nZeiss C/Y 50mm f 1.7 Planar TnCanon 24-105 f4 L. Less
How to Shift and Tilt, How to Unmount a Lens etc. After having edited the first part of this bellows tutorial I realized that some very usef...
How to Shift and Tilt, How to Unmount a Lens etc. After having edited the first part of this bellows tutorial I realized that some very useful tipps are still missing, so I decided to film quickly a second part where you can see how to remove a lens from the bellows, how you turn the camera by 90 degrees for vertical formatting, how to lock the stop-down button and how to shift and tilt with this versatile bellows. Less
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