Wednesday, September 24, 2014
For those who are interested in mountain bike action film-making or just love watching mountain bike films, you should come hear Scott Secco at Fusion 2014. Scott is an action sports filmmaker from Victoria and his talk will cover his own introduction to film-making, the summer he worked as an intern for Sherpas Cinema during the editing of ‘’Into the Mind,’’ and his transition from shooting web videos to working on his first feature film: ‘’Builder.’’ From athlete injury in the Chilean Andes, to the joys of hyperlapsing, this talk will cover the ins and outs of action sport film-making. Over the years he’s mastered the art of riding a mountain bike down sketchy trails with far too much camera gear strapped to his back – a handy skill for an action film-maker. For more information about FUSION 2014 and tickets go to: http://www.photographiefestival.ca/event-schedule/fusion-2014/
Friday, September 12, 2014
Then the good points starting sinking in, some to me quite unexpected, such as the fact that it potentially has even better autofocus than the D810 or D4S, with not only the excellent 51-point pro-series AF sporting the new Group-Area-AF mode, but the fact that it's rated to be more sensitive in low light allowing for focusing down to -3 EV, a whole stop lower light than the others. The D750 also has the same video mode enhancements found on the D810, including zebra-stripes to show overexposure clipping, faster frame-rates in full-HD, Auto-ISO in manual mode and more.