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Lumix luminary Giulio Sciorio : real world with the dmc-zs100 (Lumixlounge).
6 Things to Consider when Composing Images on a Small Screen (Explora).
Self Portrait Fine Art Photography with Brooke Shaden Part II: The reDefine Show with Tamara Lackey (Adorama TV).
PEN-F tested with the LC-A Minitar-1 Art Lens 2.8/32 M (DC.watch).
Nick: “Avid reader and just spotted the other day that you guys featured a travel video! I only thought you freatured photos so that was really cool to see. If it interests you here is a short video I made of a year backpacking around Japan, China, North Korea, Mongolia, Russia and Eastern Europe with my Em5 Mk2. Would love if you could take a look: https://vimeo.com/158237821“
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Ramiro: “This video about Berlin https://vimeo.com/163061282 is the first video from ‘Street Cinematography Series’ (SCS) that will show cities round the world. It was made with the Panasonic GH4 using v-log profile and SLR Magic Anamorphot 50 1.33x lens adapter. More videos coming soon!”
Kai: “Floating timeless sea characters and beautiful jellyfish in a meditative film – with classical music. Kind of underwater love and diving impressions. Shot with Panasonic Lumix GH4 and Olympus M.Zuiko Digital 12-40 mm 1:2.8 Pro lens for Micro Four Thirds – with incredible sharpness through the glas of the aquarium. Free hand shot, no stabilisation, few colour corrections. Shot in: Nordsea Aquarium Borkum, Germany. Hope you like and enjoy it :) https://youtu.be/AIKQGQLfkoQ“
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