An Evening in Brides Les Bains Canon 80D 50mm f/1.4 lens filming @fabulousport filmmaking camera test

An Evening in Brides Les Bains Canon 80D 50mm f/1.4 lens filming @fabulousport filmmaking digital camera video test handheld

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Canon Powershot Sx 720 Hs Camera Review

Once the photography passion is in your veins, you can’t leave the house without a camera. Your professional or semi-professional camera equipment is just too heavy and bulky to carry around with you at all time. At the same time, the mobile phone isn’t just satisfying your photography needs, so you suddenly realise that the time of getting yourself a more portable camera has come. For this reason, I’ve tested a few compact cameras and in this blog post we give a closer look at the Canon Sx 720 Hs.

This camera’s caught my attention for quite a few aspects:

The 40x Zoom which is the equivalent of a 24-960mm zoom of a 35mm sensor camera – The very interesting medium-low price range, so it’s a lot of camera for the money – A good image quality regardless of  the small 1/2.3 inch sensor – The great advantages of having a camera always with you and that it can easily fit in your jeans pocket. Of course you can’t expect to have the same low light performance you have with a DSLR full frame or APS-c sensors, but that’s not the main reason you would have purchased this camera. As an outdoor sport’s professional, I need a small portable camera to shoot skiing, cycling, landscapes and travel, so mostly daylight photography. In this test it was actually a misty day with great sky and haze in the mountains, but the images captured are still of a pretty good quality.

See the YouTube video of our Photo Walk in the mountains:

Canon Sx 720 Hs Pocket Camera Quick Review Mountain Hiking Vlogging

Canon Sx 720 Hs Pocket Camera Quick Review Mountain Hiking Vlogging

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An Evening in Florence 

An Evening in Florence
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Florence, capital of Italy’s Tuscany region and birthplace of the Renaissance, is home to masterpieces of art and architecture. One of its most iconic sites is the Florence Cathedral, with its terra-cotta-tiled dome engineered by Brunelleschi and bell tower designed by Giotto. The Galleria dell’Accademia displays Michelangelo’s “David,” while the Uffizi Gallery exhibits preeminent works such as Botticelli’s “The Birth of Venus” and da Vinci’s “Annunciation.” (via Wikipedia )


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How To Make A Homemade Italian Cappuccino Using A Moka Coffee Pot

How To Make A Homemade Italian Cappuccino Using A Moka Coffee Pot?

It’s pretty simple, just follow the steps shown in the video, for your perfect cappuccino.

 

Select your favourite coffee, or coffee beans if you have a grinder.
Fill the bottom of the moka coffee pot up to valve, try not to overfill.
Use cold water.
Don’t compress the coffee too much in the filter.
Put the pot on a low heat.
Whilst you’re waiting for the coffee to come up, heat and froth the milk.
Once the coffee has come up, give it a little stir with a tea spoon.
Pour the coffee and milk in the cup in the way that you like it, and then.. ENJOY YOUR COFFEE!

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How To Make A Homemade Italian Cappuccino Using A Moka Coffee Pot
How To Make A Homemade Italian Cappuccino Using A Moka Coffee Pot

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Canon 70D Review Video Tutorial – Fabulous Outdoor Photography

Photography Tips for beginners – Which dslr camera to choose?

On this occasion, I’ve tested the Canon 70D.

Whether you are a beginner, an advanced photographer or one willing to become a better photographer, the Canon 70D is a great compromise. It’s an APS-c crop sensor, but the image quality is pretty good and you get the advantage of reaching further compared to full frame cameras. That’s a plus if you’re willing to do some Wildlife photography or Sports Photography. As mentioned in the video, most very helpful and useful features aren’t included in the more professional Canon range ( as to this date, April 2016 ). The new released Canon 80D has got of course a few improvements, but being a newer camera, you’ll pay the novelty price.  

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Canon 70D Review Video Photography Tutorial Fabulous Outdoors
Canon 70D Review Video Photography Tutorial Fabulous Outdoors

My “Ode To The Moon” Quote – Fabulous Outdoors 

Ode To The Moon Quote

It was a windy night, the sky so clear and the moon so bright seemed like calling me.. so I sat outside on the balcony for a while and I felt like she was talking to me, there was a magic connection.. so I couldn’t help but to capture this moment with this shot .. the least I could do to be thankful. Goodnight Moon!

Ode To The Moon Quote - Fabulous Outdoors
Ode To The Moon Quote – Fabulous Outdoors

(First Moon shot attempt)
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Lowepro Photo Hatchback 16L AW Review

 

Lowepro Photo Hatchback 16L AW
It’s a great daily backpack for photographers, ideal to go for walks, cycling or any other outdoor activity, knowing that your photography equipment stays well padded and protected.

Lowepro Photo Hatchback16L AW Review Test by Fabulous Outdoors © FMphotos.co.uk

With 16 Litres of capacity, is big enough to fit a dslr camera body, a couple of lenses, spare batteries, connecting cables, memory cards, photography filters..

Lowepro Photo Hatchback16L AW Review Test by Fabulous Outdoors © FMphotos.co.uk

In the top compartment there’s room enough also for a jumper or a sandwich if need be, and on both sides there are two pockets for water bottles. There is also a deep, flat front pocket big enough  to fit a small laptop or a tablet.

Lowepro Photo Hatchback16L AW Review Test by Fabulous Outdoors © FMphotos.co.uk
Our dog Kikka is an Australian Shepherd who was abandoned in the woodlands of northern Italy, it took a while to gain her trust, but now as you can see in the video below, she follows me happily everywhere.

 

Filmed with Canon dslr and a combination of lenses, the Canon 50mm f/1.4 the Tokina 11-16mm and the Canon 70-200 F/4 using wide aperture to brighten the low light situation in the woods, and to keep the enphasis on the subjects filmed. I also used my favorite Manfrotto tripod to keep the images nice and steady. I hope you enjoyed the video and found it useful. For any question on the matter, you’re welcome to leave a comment in the space below. Feel free to Like, Share and Subscribe to the channel to keep informed when we produce some more videos.

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