The long awaited Panasonic GH5 has been one of the most eagerly anticipated camera for the past 3 years. I can't tell you how many rumors blogs we've been following just this past year alone. And it's finally available for pre-order and is slated to start shipping out in
Living in Hawaii, adventure, lifestyle experiences, and beautiful destinations are always right around the corner. There are unique and special experiences literally everywhere you look. For some adventurers, GoPro cameras have been their best friends, letting them share their journeys by putting their audiences right in their shoes. Taking
Hawaii doesn't have a ton of places to shop for high-end camera gear, and we don't have places like B&H who stocks almost every conceivable product from every conceivable brand. So, if you're in a tight spot and need to turn your little voice recorder into a dual XLR
Looking for some last minute gifts to get your photographer/video shooter friend/loved one/co-worker? Well, fret no more. Ogy Stoilov from 4kShooters.net put together a compilation of gifts to get the shutter friendly person in your life for this Christmas. Between tiny tripods that are perfect on a hiking trail,
Ever been out on a hike, and wish you remembered to bring your lens hood? Been on a beach and wanted a lens flare to help sell that epic shot on the shoreline? Maybe you just want to spice up your shot with things you have in your car.
Via: Pacific New Media The Pacific New Media Outreach College is one of Hawaii's best resources for classes and workshops pertaining to business, video, photography and art. PNM brings in nationally recognized professionals as well as many of Hawaii's top professionals to share their experiences and techniques in
Local events, be it a surf contest, the city lights, or a meteor shower, can be great places to capture new and interesting subjects and/or increase the production value of a video. One of the events that I look forward to every year includes one of my favorite subjects of
Our last Hawaii Shoots Workshop was an exciting presentation by Brad Watanabe where he showcased the cameras he uses in his business, Berad Studio. Brad wrote a wrap-up post on the specifics of the workshop here: bit.ly/camerademo [youtube id="IFmin6Cw8AU" align="center" mode="normal" autoplay="no" maxwidth="800"] Justin Iyoki put together a quick highlight video