Scott Bourne posted the full Bird Photography Gear Guide for Micro Four Thirds Shooters:
I am thrilled with the results I get from this gear and very thankful to the engineers who created the Micro Four Thirds format. Without it, my shooting career might be over. Thankfully, I don’t feel like I’ve had to compromise at all to make this switch and in fact, feel like I’ve gotten better images as a result. If you are interested in this gear don’t worry, it’s more than capable if you are.
Solar Eclipse Maestro just released a new version of the mac-only camera controller for eclipses with support for Panasonic cameras. It supports the GX8 and GH4, and will support the GH5 when its firmware is updated to allow USB tether-control.
DREAMWALKERS – The Faroes Project – Trailer (E-M1 Mark II and DJI Inspire Pro)
Chris (video on top):
“I just released the trailer for my upcoming adventure film. Entirely shot on M43! (E-M1 Mark II and DJI Inspire Pro) DREAMWALKERS – The Faroes Project The journey of four friends who set out on an adventure to be the first to highline one of the most unlikely of places: the Faroe Islands. There’s also a 3 part mini series of the ‘making of’ which I’m releasing over the coming days. The first part just went online: https://youtu.be/aTazWBBZmVs THE MAKING OF: Dreamwalkers – The Faroes Project – PART 1/3 – Planning an Adventure Film In Part 1 of 3 we’ll talk about the birth of the project and the planning part of it all. You’ll learn about the work and efforts that went into making this unique adventure film a reality and the problems we faced even before we started. These 3 short videos are a short insight into the project and film and aspire to inspire you that adventures should always be attempted!“
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