Timelaps Edit Jisel Lynn

Studio V Photography: Here is a new video where I do a timelaps Photoshop edit of a photo I shot with Jisel Lynn. This artistic photo was shot with a Sony A7III with a Metabones adapter and a Canon EF 24 - 70mm f2.8 L. Stay tuned this is just a teaser. Full pictorial feature will be published in an upcoming issue of VX2 Magazine. :)

Jisel Lynn - Deja Vu

Studio V Photography: This is an art piece I call Deja Vu. After watching it you’ll see why. I’m just learning how to use primer and I messed around with the filters for a few hours to create this. I really love the gritty retro-ish mysterious feel to the video. I didn’t get the exact effect I wanted but i’m happy with the results. Hopefully I can keep getting better and more creative with video editing as create more. This was shot with a Sony A7III Metabobes 5th gen adapter and a Canon 24-70mm f2.8L.

If you want to see the behind the scenes vlog where I shot this check out “Sony A7III Video & Photo Test With Canon Lenses Part 2 (Vlog 96)” I made the video age restricted just to be safe. There is a lot of censoring. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t_Pnf...

Studio V Photography Toronto Glamour Photographer. Hey guys so here are two vlogs from my YouTube channel where I give a few opinions my my experience shooting with the Sony A7 III plus the Metabones adapter with the Canon EF 16-35mm f2.8 L and the EF 24-70mm f2.8 L. 

I'm really enjoying the Sony A7III so far but the more I use it the more I find little things that bother me about the the camera. First and probably the biggest issue I have with the SOny camera is the colour science. The colours just seem to be off. The skin tones of models is just off. And the camera's ability to adjust the colour temperature accurately when in AWB mode and moving between sunlight and shade seems to be really strange. You can see in the first video when I shoot Jisel Lynn in the shade and then in full sun her skin tone changes. I also test video in the first video. I'm not a videographer but from what I've been able to figure out the auto focus does not work well at all with the adapted lenses. Auto focus also seems to have issues from time to time when shooting stills but that problem can quickly be fixed by switching the camera on and off. However, if you are planning on shooting live events with adapted lenses it might not be the best especially if you are shooting an event like a wedding when you CAN'T MISS shots like the first kiss. 

This is just a basic review of my experience so far. I'll be making a video with a full review soon. 

If you want to see more of my photos please follow me on Instagram. @Studiov14   

 

 

Jisel Lynn & Kyla Belle Sample Images

Studio V Photography. Squarespace is limiting me on the size of the file I can upload.  So I've uploaded image below in the larges file size they'll let me upload them at. Just a note because someone thought that the lens had issues because of the chromatic aberration in the shots. That effect was added on purpose and these images are photoshoped. I wanted to give you guys some shots of edited images so you can see what is possible. As I Said in the vlog the Canon lens on the Sony A7III is awesome sharp. Much sharper than than the same lens on my 5DmkIII. If you have any questions feel free to shoot me a message back in the comments on YouTube and i'll get back to you as soon as I can.
 

Back to the YouTube Video. Keep in mind there is an age restriction on the video so I don't know if everybody can see it or if you need a YouTube account to see the video. 

 

Jisel Lynn Bunny Shoot Teaser

Studio V Photography, Toronto glamour Photographer. Hey guys here is a sexy teaser. You're welcome! Get ready this is just a one shot teaser from a shoot I did with the beautiful Jisel Lynn. She's a stunning half Puerto Rican half Indian model. She's kinda the best of both worlds and so much fun to shoot. I met her last year while shooting in Miami and now our paths crossed again up here in Canada. Go figure. The photo set looks really hot and it's going to be featured in an upcoming issue of VX2 Magazine. Stay tuned for that announcement. I can't wait to get these shots out there. I'm sure fans of her work and my work are going to love them. 

There is a behind the scenes story saved on my Instagram. Follow me there to check it out. @Studiov14