Seattle Real Estate Photography by Malia Campbell
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Here are links to a couple of the items mentioned in the video:
My photo Gear Bag video
Sennheiser mics at B and H
Alzo cage at Amazon
Written by Malia Campbell Photography
January 8, 2013 at 8:00 am
Posted in Video
Tagged with Video, Video gear bag
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Thanks for the gear video Malia. Looks like you need a roadie to move all of that around though! :-) I have a coupld of questions for you:
1. Do you use Plural Eyes to sync up your H4n audio in editing or are you doing it manually?
2. What type of shots are you using the monopod for?
January 8, 2013 at 6:17 pm
I know! I have a shoot tomorrow, right downtown Seattle and I’m going to have to park in an underground parking garage a couple blocks away. I’m really not looking forward to that.
1) Until about a month ago I was manually syncing everything which, is really easy when you use a slate. I did end up purchasing PluralEyes (for a non-RE project) but I haven’t actually used yet. This video was synced manually.
2) Mostly non-RE work. I used it a lot (for almost every shot except for the interview and slider shots) in this video: http://maliacampbellphotography.wordpress.com/2012/10/24/dinosaur-takeout/
Malia Campbell Photography
January 8, 2013 at 6:24 pm
Oh great. Bag envy! :)
January 8, 2013 at 8:19 pm
Of the Lightware? You can have it once I get my wheeled bag!
January 8, 2013 at 8:28 pm
Great videos! I’m tempted to get into video after I can afford all the gear needed to do it right.
I love the lightware as much as anyone but for people starting out on a budget, I have a good option that has worked for me for years.
For my photography work, I’ve used a travel golf bag that I picked up at a sporting goods store. They are a good cheap option for people starting out because:
1) They all have wheels
2) They offer some level of padding
3) They are cheap, I bought mine for less than $40
4) They are big enough. I carry 3 alienbees, 3 light stands, a tripod, reflector, power cables, and a few other things in mine.
5) Did I mention that they have wheels. I’m not big at all on carrying stuff.
Damion @ The Property Image
January 9, 2013 at 1:31 pm
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