My good buddy William Innes is no stranger to SCU and has been featured in a few different posts about his experiences with Lumix cameras. He's also been a guest on the SCU/Photodex series to help you build a stronger business, but my favorite of all his appearances to date just might be this new video.
What I love about "Lumix Stories" is their ability to give you a profile of each featured artist. In the description of the video they wrote:
William avoids what he calls the wedding camera hangover effect caused by caring heavy full-frame DSLR equipment around, but thanks to the compact, lightweight nature of Micro Four Thirds mirrorless lenses he is hangover free. His transition away from full frame DSLR’s and onto mirrorless photography came after experiencing several key benefits key to his needs. Those key benefits include super sharp lenses like the Leica 42.5mm and Leica 12-60mm and a camera like the LUMIX GH5 with dual card slots, wifi, and the ability to shoot with lower ISO thanks to the innovative Dual Image Stabilization 2.0 mode.
But here's what was left out of this video's description - William shares a lot of great information about how and why he shoots the way he does. Listen to his choice of lenses, along with favorite features in the GH5, and regardless of what gear you currently shoot with, you'll pick up a mini-lesson in stunning wedding photography!
Check out more of William's work with a visit to his website. Just click on any image in this post. Then, take a "scroll" over to the Lumix Lounge and meet the rest of the Luminary team. They're a diverse and talented group of some of the most dynamic educators and artists in professional photography!
Images copyright William Innes. All rights reserved.
10/10/2017 02:40:14 pm
Great video and I know what you mean my next day wedding fatigue. Fantastic images great work well done
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