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Winter Photo Expert Tips

Winter Photo Expert Tips

| On 09, Feb 2017

Shooting photos in winter is challenging – I asked some friends to drop by the YouTube Space Toronto to share their tips.

Here’s some background on my guests (in alphabetical order), and where to find more information about them. I’d encourage you to follow them on twitter and/or instagram – where you’ll find some great photos.

Arienne Parzei, a travel photographer/videographer who blogs about her travels.
Isabelle Crisante from Sony Canada.
Jason DiMichelle, an outdoor/nature photographer and expert printer and Lumix Storyteller.
Jerry Julien one of the Fuji Guys.
Neil Ever Osborne, conservation photographer and film maker and Nikon Ambassador.
Paul Marshman, a traveller and photographer.

Behind the Scenes:
I’m lucky, that thanks to my subscribers, I’m eligible to use the YouTube Toronto Space, which has a studio with multiple sets. As I said, I was inspired to do this video by the new winter decor.

YouTube provides everything except a crew, so I enlisted Paul Marshman (The Travelling Boomer) and Kim Worobec to assist. I’m thankful to Benny at YouTube Space Toronto for his expert assistance and troubleshooting.

YouTube provided a Sony A7S II camera with 18-105 lens on a Manfrotto tripod. For audio we are wearing the Sony URX B03 wireless mic system (they come two in a kit). Screen captures done with an Atomos Shogun. Audio was recorded on a Tascam DR-70D and synced in post. We used Kino-Flo Tegra fixtures on c-stands. Edited with Final Cut on an iMac.

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