First Cameron updates us with his adventures in infrared photography and has some tips to get those cotton candy colors instead of a muddy mess. Then we talk about how many photos we like to shoot in different situations. Spoiler, the answer is always 2 or more.
Whether you've been a photographer for years or are just starting out, you need to arrive at every job with the equipment you need to get it done. We talk about some of the cameras and lenses that we have learned are necessary for different situations.
Just because there were no big cameras announced doesn't mean there wasn't a ton of interesting details on the show floor. Jordan Drake of TCSTV is back to talk video.
We don't replace our primary cameras very often, but to meet increasing videos demands Tyler went with a new Sony, the a7RII. The long and short is that it's image quality is best in class with super sharp, high resolution images with lots of dynamic range in the shadows. The down side is lots of interface design problems, consumer level build quality and very slow image review.