Please also visit our PPN sponsor:
7/8/2018 1 Comment
Q&A about which should be the got to exposure triangle base, improve tripod stability, filter vs. LightRoom, and how to get rid of sensor dust?
This is the PPN - Q&A podcast episode #14 for July 2018.
Please submit your photography related questions to us here: http://www.photopodcasts.com/contact.html
Every question entrant before August 5th will be in the drawing to win a Skylum Luminar 18 software. The winner will be drawn in the next Q&A episode in August 2018.
You can download a free trial of Skylum’s Luminar 2018.
And if you decide to buy Skylum’s Luminar 2018 software, you can use the discount code “PHOTOPODCASTS” for extra savings at checkout.
This episode is sponsored by:
Portfoliobox.net - Everything you need to create a professional website.
HoneyBook - Win Clients. Book Faster. Get Paid. Stay Organized.
Here are the questions that Marco answers in this episode:
1. I have been photographing for a few years now, but I’m still uncertain which camera setting should be my go-to base in the exposure triangle? ISO, aperture, or shutter speed?
Question from Bjoern, Hamburg, Germany
2. Marco, I shoot a lot of landscape and long exposure photography with my Fuji X-T2. The camera is fairly light but I still need to bring along a heavy metal tripod because I often shoot in windy conditions and some long exposures are unsharp due to wind shake. I don’t want to bring an even heavier tripod along. Is there a way that I can get more stable shots and can reduce some weight by switching to a carbon tripod, or is weight the only thing that can counter the wind and shake?
Question from Roberto in Napoli, Italy
3. Inspired by your latest More Gear Show I want to bring as little photo gear as possible on my vacation this year. I usually take an ND grad and a polarizing filter with me, but was wondering if I can leave them at home and achieve the same results in LightRoom?
Question from Benjamin, Vienna, Austria.
4. Hi Marco, I want to thank you for all of the interesting and inspiring shows that you produce at PPN. I have learned a lot so far. Today, I have my first question for you. I’m battling with sensor dust. The sensor cleaning inside the camera does not seem to get rid of all the dust. What’s the best way to clean my sensor? I’m afraid of damaging it.
Question from Laura, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
Products discussed in the answer:
Rocket Blaster Air Blower
Amazon Germany: https://amzn.to/2KT7og5
Amazon Germany: https://amzn.to/2KSflC7
Please support our show by using our B&H affiliate link (click here) that will not cost you a penny more than when you are buying at B&H without our link. And the more this link will be used to buy at B&H, the more giveaways we’ll be able to give back to our listeners through B&H. It really is a “win-win” situation :)
You can download a free trial of Skylum’s Luminar 2018 or Aurora HDR 2018 software.
If you decide to buy Skylum’s Luminar or Aurora HDR 2018 software, you can use the discount code “PHOTOPODCASTS” for extra savings at checkout.
And please share this podcast with your friends and subscribe via iTunes. We would also love to get your feedback. Is there anything that you want us to cover on the show in the future? And we would appreciate if you could take a short moment to rate or post a quick review for our shows on iTunes.
For more information on Marco Larousse follow him on Twitter: @HamburgCam, Instagram, or Facebook.
Marco Larousse is a journalist and a fine art, street and documentary photographer, a educator, speaker, and podcast producer of photography related topics - MarcoLarousse.com. Marco has a background in photography of 30+ years.
This is where you'll find every episode of our photography podcasts like the "We Shoot Mirrorless", "More Gear Show" and our "Camera and Inspiration" podcast. Use the RSS feed to subscribe or sign up in iTunes for free.
Copyright 2017 - 2018 - All Rights Reserved