Intro by Skip Cohen
Bob Coates has been a good buddy for a whole lot of years. During that time I've watched his style change and over and over again I've seen him push the edge of the envelope on his creativity. Today's Luminary Corner post is about one of the tools that's helping him reach some amazing levels of creativity.
Since Bob started shooting with Panasonic's LUMIX line, I've seen him going into some unique and fun directions. The short video below is only meant to show you the sweet capabilities of the GX-7. Click on the link at the bottom and you can read the full story.
Having been in Sedona many times over the years, this two minute video of Oak Creek took me right back to standing in just about the same place with a whole lot of camera gear twenty years ago. *Sigh* - only I didn't have the benefit of video!
Interested in seeing more of Bob's work, check out his fine art site and follow his new blog, Successful Photographer. You'll never be disappointed.
There's a lot of attention being given to the Lumix GH4 and with good reason. It's a smokin' pro camera with the first 4K video capture, really high frame rate and enhanced chip… But what are you shooting?
If you are making non or semi-professional video and want a cool travel camera with a low profile that doesn't weigh you down, yet still has plenty of file size to make large sized prints may I suggest...I'm still grooving on the Lumix GX7.
Here's a video I shot with the GX7. I captured the raw footage on the banks of Oak Creek in Sedona, Arizona. You can read about the full story of the shoot and processing with a click on the link below.
PS - Actually, now that I think about it I used a GX7 for part of the capture on a $6000 video job recently. So, even for some full on pro work this camera rocks!
Welcome to Luminary Corner. Besides being a recognized member of the professional photographic community, each post author is a member of Panasonic's LUMIX Luminary team.