As you might know from a previous post, a while ago I got bit by the “video” bug. By working on some projects with close friends that do amazing videos, curiosity hit me and I got fixed with the idea of learning how to do video.
The first thing I recorded was on the day we went to get Mango. I shot everything with my Samsung Galaxy Camera because at the moment it was the only camera I had that shot video. For personal reasons that I will explain in an upcoming post, I haven’t edited that video until now.
Nos it’s ready and I will love to share it with you! Hope you like it 🙂
I used Adobe Premier to edit and the amazing help of my friends Vero and Sergio!
About a week ago I was taking some photos of Mango and I noticed I was having trouble finding focus. I was using my 50mm and decided to try it with better lighting conditions to check if maybe that was the problem (too little light = hard time finding focus). I did and found out the problem remained.
One of the photos I took while trying out the camera/lens
My next thought was “ok my 50mm died, its focus died, what am going to do, how I’m I going to possible live without my 50mm?” A week later I was taking some photos for a friend with my other lens, a 17-55mm and realised I was having the same problem. No focus. This is where I begin to REALLY worry.
Long story short, the focusing system of camera died beyond repair. I spend a few days depressed about it. Then, I begun to do research for my next camera and then, I got it! I bought the Canon EOS 70D with a 18-135mm lens. I spent a fair part of the weekend trying it out and I wanted to share my photos with you!
Also, my previous camera didn’t record video, this one does and I proudly made my very first video! I’m sure that a few time from now I’ll se it and go “why the hell did I share this with the world, this is horrible”. But for now, I’m very proud of it!