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Je souhaite initier mon enfant à la photographie 3eme partie

Je souhaite initier mon enfant à la photographie 3eme partie | Scoop Photography | Scoop.it
Vous avez lu des livres, trouvé un cours photo mais il faut aussi penser à acheter un appareil. Voila l'article final pour initier mon enfant
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-› Fujifilm XP200 : un nouveau baroudeur - Actualité Absolut Photo

-› Fujifilm XP200 : un nouveau baroudeur - Actualité Absolut Photo | Scoop Photography | Scoop.it

En même temps que le Fujifilm S8400W, la marque a lancé un appareil résitant et étanche, destiné aux baroudeurs. Si son look l'inscrit clairement dans la logique sport, ce sont évidemment ses caractéristiques de solidité : il acceptera une immersion jusqu'à 15m, des chutes de 2m, des températures de -10 degrés. 


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A year through my window

An entire year, 1 driver, 1 van, plenty of hitchhikers, 1 huge country, 7 states, more than 30 thousand kilometers, 1 camera and a lot of fun. Here's my movie of…
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Romain Boileux a filmé son périple en Australie pendant un an avec son Canon 7D.

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The Collector

While browsing for old Nikon lenses in antique stores in Long Street, Green Renaissance met The Collector – a man with a real passion for cameras. He has built…
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While browsing for old Nikon lenses in antique stores in Long Street, Green Renaissance met The Collector – a man with a real passion for cameras. He has built up a collection of more than 1000 cameras over the years. We were lucky enough for him to invite us to his home (not open to the public) to view his impressive collection. He reaffirmed how important it is to do what you love.

Film Tip/Trick: Always be prepared to film – in this case, upon meeting him, we went directly to his home to spend two hours filming. Also, when interviewing, purposefully create pauses between your questions - this allows you to capture the awkward, real moments that occur between answers from your character.

 

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