Educating Tina - Travel Photography Challenge

Featured Wednesday, 04 March 2015 10:36

Episode 3 and we are to Tokyo for a Travel Photography Challenge!

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  • Comment Link Avcd Wednesday, 04 March 2015 18:17 posted by Avcd

    Hi Matt and Tina!

    I want to suggest Landscape, Nightscape and Astro for one of the challenge. It would be awesome if you guys could do that!

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  • Comment Link Carsten Wednesday, 04 March 2015 20:43 posted by Carsten

    Hey Matt and Tina. Great video :-) YES, please do an analog challenge with the Hassy (we all know that you, Matt, is way more clumsy than Tina, so it should be in safe hands :-) :-)

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  • Comment Link James Wednesday, 04 March 2015 21:42 posted by James

    Great videos - really come a long way in a few years!

    How about a manual focus challenge? You could try Tina with some AI-S lenses and the Zeiss 135mm...

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  • Comment Link Joe Wednesday, 04 March 2015 21:53 posted by Joe

    There is so much to shoot in these situation I say continue on with travel. Learning to see a shot is what is about from the start...if you can't see it, then the rest is boring. Teaching what to look for and angles, then work on light. There was so much in the video to shoot at in a shot, you could spend months on it. Close ups, group shots isolating a person in a group, colors, textures, patterns...it was all there. Now dissect it all in each new adventure, but make it about how to SEE.

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  • Comment Link Joe Wednesday, 04 March 2015 21:54 posted by Joe

    There is so much to shoot in these situation I say continue on with travel. Learning to see a shot is what is about from the start...if you can't see it, then the rest is boring. Teaching what to look for and angles, then work on light. There was so much in the video to shoot at in a shot, you could spend months on it. Close ups, group shots isolating a person in a group, colors, textures, patterns...it was all there. Now dissect it all in each new adventure, but make it about how to SEE.

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  • Comment Link Paul Lim Thursday, 05 March 2015 01:26 posted by Paul Lim

    Hi Matt and Tina,

    The videos were amazing! Aside from very entertaining theres is a lot of great tips and lessons to be had. I was hoping if you could do a macro photography challenge. I think this would really be a great challenge to do especially good to learn as well.

    Cheers

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  • Comment Link Caitlin Thursday, 05 March 2015 04:32 posted by Caitlin

    Great episode Tina and Matt!
    Not so sure that the Hassy is a good one, since there are so few of us who could afford one, let alone justify that purchase. Maybe an episode on urban landscapes, or rural sunsets would be a good idea.

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  • Comment Link Jim Myers Sunday, 08 March 2015 02:30 posted by Jim Myers

    Back to basics challenge for Tina, film, manual only camera, must be able to visualize your shot because you have no preview of what you took. Good luck and have fun.

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  • Comment Link Jim Myers Sunday, 08 March 2015 02:30 posted by Jim Myers

    Back to basics challenge for Tina, film, manual only camera, must be able to visualize your shot because you have no preview of what you took. Good luck and have fun.

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  • Comment Link Jim Myers Sunday, 08 March 2015 02:31 posted by Jim Myers

    Back to basics challenge for Tina, film, manual only camera, must be able to visualize your shot because you have no preview of what you took. Good luck and have fun.

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  • Comment Link Jim Myers Sunday, 08 March 2015 02:34 posted by Jim Myers

    Back to basics challenge for Tina, film, manual only camera, must be able to visualize your shot because you have no preview of what you took. Good luck and have fun.

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  • Comment Link Paul Dove Tuesday, 10 March 2015 09:31 posted by Paul Dove

    Film, with the Hassy please, great video guys ,Cheers

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  • Comment Link S Bamon Tuesday, 10 March 2015 21:56 posted by S Bamon

    During the waterfall shot Tina mentioned not having done landscapes, can I suggest a landscape challenge at dawn or dusk.

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  • Comment Link Martinq Wednesday, 11 March 2015 15:46 posted by Martinq

    How about Nude Art challenge for Tina?

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  • Comment Link Chris Neaves Thursday, 12 March 2015 11:53 posted by Chris Neaves

    Was interesting and some good do`s and dont`s. Im off to Disneyland Paris next month with the family and Im taking my D800, 70-200 2.8 tamron, 50mm 1.8D nikkor and my tamron 16-300. Even though the 16-300 will make the D800 shoot in DX I will prob use that with a mix of the 50mm for full frame (very excited).

    One thing I did notice though was that the videoing camera was set to auto focus when you and Tina were sitting still and it kept losing focus on you but Im sure you noticed that.

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  • Comment Link Ian Christie Saturday, 14 March 2015 17:01 posted by Ian Christie

    As some others have mentioned, Landscapes, Night and Astro photography. As well I would suggest Property and Architectural photography. You might be able to hit up Dom Bower for some tips on Property photography.

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  • Comment Link Bill Sunday, 15 March 2015 15:25 posted by Bill

    "Parent photography"...including...(1) indoor sports photography (basketball, volleyball, etc, under high-school-type lighting)...(2) kids running around (prefer inside / low-ish light)...(2) kid's performances (indoor, stage lit, short and long distance).

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  • Comment Link Bill Sunday, 15 March 2015 15:32 posted by Bill

    iPhone / Android imaging...this would be quite useful for a LOT of people, would bring MANY new people to MattGranger.com, and, in the meantime, expose them to so much more in the way of photography.

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  • Comment Link Bejo Monday, 23 March 2015 13:26 posted by Bejo

    Do a few posed street portrait but with off camera flash as opposed to natural light. That should be fun!

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  • Comment Link Colm Dunphy Tuesday, 24 March 2015 08:50 posted by Colm Dunphy

    Hi guys how about a live band shoot, could be very challenging lighting wise and in low light

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  • Comment Link James Abbott Tuesday, 24 March 2015 17:12 posted by James Abbott

    I would like to see something on HDR, when to use it and how to use it effectively. Recently in Kauai I had the opportunity (I trespassed) to take some very quick shots of an old Sugar Mill. The sky was washed out, and in hind site HDR might have helped those images. I was able to get one to work in Lightroom, but the other not so much.

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