Join Ben Long for an in-depth discussion in this video Shooting with small, medium-format cameras, part of Advanced Photography: Medium-Format Digital Cameras.
- [Ben] Earlier in this course, I mentioned that there was…no reason to be intimidated by these cameras,…and I said that because larger medium format cameras…can be kind of intimidating, and I don't mean in terms…of size, although they are that too, but just because…they don't necessarily have control layouts like we're…used to, especially if they're a modular camera with a…digital back on it, and a lens that detaches.…You may just think, wow I don't understand any of this.…These cameras work like the SLR and the mirrorless…cameras that you're already used to.…Your shooting experience is going to be one that you…already know, it's going to feel very comfortable…from the moment you first pick it up and start using it.…
That said, there are a couple of things that are a little…bit different than when you're shooting with a camera…that you might shoot with every day, like an SLR…or a small mirrorless camera, and first of all that is…of course, the size and weight.…Both the Fuji and the Hasselblad are very very…
- SLR and mirrorless design
- Focal length and aspect ratio
- Exploring camera options
- Workflow and tethering
- Shooting with small, medium-format cameras
- Dynamic range and medium format
- Medium format and commercial, architectural, and landscape photography
- Determining if you need a medium-format camera
Skill Level Advanced
1. Medium-Format Basics
2. Medium-Format Cameras
3. Medium-Format Shooting and Noise
4. Medium-Format Applied Uses
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