Canon 50mm f/1.8 stm
Canon 18-55 f/3.4-5.6
Sony rx100 mkiii
GoPro Hero 4 Silver
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so do you wanna know how to take better photos and videos with this guy we'll stay tuned because I'm about to show you okay so let's start things off with a bit of advice so first of all do not fall for those sounds to say they will change your exposure like somehow they might be able to change your ISO and I doubt they will be able to change your shirt speed but think about this are they gonna change your aperture they say they do but how I mean the the aperture blades on the iPhone lens are fixed how is an app gonna move them you know what I mean so I don't do not fall for those apps because they are fake the second tip is the iPhone slider now what do I mean by iPhone slider you may ask well this is mostly used for video so put your phone on a flat surface start recording obviously and just slide it and like record something you know like you can get some very cool b-roll shots like that the next tip is how to get out of focus shots with an iPhone okay you might be like I do not need the out-of-focus shuttle you could use them for a bouquet I don't know when I'm gonna pull this but by the time I'm filming this it is January 7th I still got my Christmas tree so I'm gonna use that as an example but you don't have to use your Christmas tree you know you can use literally anything what do you do you put your hands so like not so far from the lens but you put it pretty close to the lens the distance where the lens can focus on your hand and you hold the your finger to your hand essentially and lock focus on your hand then you can also at the time you can tweak the the exposure with like that Sun icon you can track it up when we're brightness you can drag a dump or less brightness and you when you get the right exposure you put it in front of some lights and they are blurry but just remember for them to be in focus you've gotta be as close as your hand was so you can be as far away as you want and they're gonna be blurry and it's gonna be some beautiful bouquet and the next thing is always edit your images although they're not raw and you don't have as much information as you would have on digital SLR camera or even some point in shoot shoot raw like the rx100 it does shoot raw which is like incredible but this doesn't shoot raw although that doesn't mean you shouldn't edit your photos always edit your photos you can use a snap seed I'm not sure of the name or you can use Lightroom CC which is what I recommend and here's how you would edit an image in like less than a minute with Lightroom cc okay guys so now that we're in Lightroom first of all we're gonna go to the light panel and we're gonna start tweaking the exposure and stuff I know this image isn't that good but it is all I could do so we're gonna crush the highlights a bit and live the shadows so there's a bit more information actually you know if I'm gonna make this more contrast and put the shadows down whites and blacks I'm not gonna mess with that we're gonna go to color and we're gonna have the temperature I want this image to be sort of pool I don't know if you can see very well but we're gonna make it something sort of cool and we're gonna lower the saturation and the vibrance a bit then we can go to detail and sharpen this image a bit can go to effects and give it a bit more clarity not a lot but just a bit more clarity like sort of 50 and give it a bit of vignetting like darker veneering and there you go you have an amazing image in like a minute of editing anyways guys thank you for watching I will see you later take ease everybody peace wait this is not my thing this is like a pea