Is the DJI Osmo Action worth buying?: Exploring Photography with Mark Wallace

Is the DJI Osmo Action worth buying?: Exploring Photography with Mark Wallace


Hi everybody, welcome to another episode of Exploring Photography right here on AdoramaTV. In this episode I’m going to be talking about this little guy it’s the new Osmo Action. It’s the pocket camera that has a front-facing screen, so you can see what you’re doing. Well let’s get right to it, what makes the Osmo action an awesome camera? There are tons of features in this camera that I’ve sort of put it through its paces. I’ve had this little action camera for about a month now, and I tried it in different scenarios… underwater in crazy rain on my motorcycle, walking, using it as a vlogging camera, using the internal audio. I just try to test everything to use it as you would normally use it in the real world. So let’s talk about some of the features that set this apart. The first one is… it has a front facing camera… so right on the front, there’s a full HD screen, and so you can actually see what you’re doing either from the back screen, or the front screen, and so if you’re using this as a vlogging camera, you need to sort of frame yourself up. You can do that just fine or you can use the back screen to see exactly what’s going on.. So you can just hit this little button on the side, it’ll flip that around, and now you can see what’s going on from the back. It’s really cool, the other thing that’s really nice about this camera is, there’s a button on the side here, that’s called the QS button… that’s the quick, quick, switch button, and what that allows you to do is, change between modes, and so if you just click it once, you go to video mode. Click it again, you go to HDR video, you go to slow-motion, hyperlapse, whatever, you can set that up and customize it. The cool thing about this button is, if you’re using gloves, so if you’re on a… snow, like snowboard, or you’re skiing.. or you’re a snowmobile, or you’re on a motorcycle, or you’re doing anything. You have gloves you can actually can control this camera switching modes, and doing things with gloves on, and I love that. The other thing this little side button does is – if you hold it for just a couple seconds it switches from the back camera, to the front camera, so that’s really easy, and it’s really really fast. All right now, let’s talk about some of the things that really matter. The first one is stabilization, this camera has something called rock steady, and it is incredibly good, and so just to give you a sense of how good this is. I walk down the pier here with the camera handheld, with just a normal setting, and you can see that it is all over the place, because I’m holding that with my hand. So then I went back and all I did was I turned on Rocksteady, and did the same exact walk, and you can see that now, this is smooth as butter. It is gimbal like, and so it is super smooth, in fact because it corrects all of the axes, it actually looks a little bit better walking than my Osmo Pocket, which I was very surprised about. So this is gimbalish… not a gimbal, but it’s so darn close. It’s really sort of crazy, now I’m using the front facing camera to frame up my shot to make sure I am actually in the frame. I also am using the built in audio so it’s not horrible… probably a external audio device works a little bit better, also face oriented exposure turned on, and so you can see that it does a pretty good job of making sure I’m exposed. But even with the bright background like this, you can see that I’m not exactly exposed correctly, but it does a pretty impressive job. We’re about… oh an hour or so, before Sun is going down. We’ve got a lot of clouds out there, so the contrast between my face in the background isn’t extreme, but it is enough. That would normally give a GoPro or other little camera some issues, so I’m really impressed with this camera. I’m impressed with how stable it is, it’s very similar to using a gimbal. It’s sort of wacky and crazy, The other thing that I think that is amazing about this camera that doesn’t get a lot of hype is… this front little screen here, it is water repellent, and so I was astonished, I was riding through heavy rain on my motorcycle and I was really loving the fact that even though this thing was just getting drenched in rain, it was just falling right off the front of that lens. Let’s talk about a couple other things, one of the things that I love about this, it just came out, it’s a new feature with the firmware update called Hyperlapse, now what Hyperlapse allows you to do is it’s sort of like time lapse, but the difference is this.. is for having your camera move and recording things over time, and so you can do things like zipping through the curves on your motorcycle, and you could speed that up, you can do a little walkthrough which I did. And there are different speeds, so you can do it 10 times as fast 15 times as fast, or 30 times as fast. So it really depends on what you’re doing. You get different effects using that, and it’s as simple as just choosing Hyperlapse… saying which speed you want, and off to the races you go. Another feature of this camera that I absolutely love is HD, our video you know what that allows you to do if you have a really high dynamic range scene, you can sort of compress those things, and get the highlights and the shadows in one shot in the camera without having to do a bunch of post-production… and so I tested that out on just behind me here last night when the Sun was going down, and here’s the scene that you can see. This is just normal video, and you can see that it’s got some problems with the highlights, things are being blown out, but then what I did was I just turned on HDR video, shot the same scene, and wow what a huge improvement. That really changes the way I see things. I also did some tests and some more dramatic scenarios when I was in a cave doing some swimming in Mexico, and you can see here the back is totally blown out. When I turn on HDR video it does a little bit better job, it still has some high-light problems, so it can’t solve every single HDR issue, but it does a really, really good job. Another feature of this camera that I love it’s called the DeWarp feature… now wide-angle lenses like this, are going to distort the scene and so on. This camera what you can do is, you can turn on something called DeWarp. What it will do is it will crop the frame, but it will straighten things out, and so here’s a couple of scenes I have… here is one with DeWarp turned off, and you can see it the edges, things are just wonky, they’re a little bit curvy they look round… turn on DeWarp, and you can see that now everything is flat and horizontal, and looks wonderful. DeWarp I love it! Another really cool feature of this camera is… if you want to shoot videos for Instagram and you need that vertical orientation, well you just turn it like this, and now you’re in portrait mode, and the videos are going to be saved in portrait mode, and so you can shoot things, and then post those straight to Instagram without having to do any kind of post-production rotation stuff. It’s really a time saver. This is DJI’s is a very first action camera, and it’s no surprise that it’s pretty awesome… because it’s from DJI but the question is are there any negatives… and the answer is yes so the first one that a lot of people are talking about is this does not do live streaming, and so that’s something that is not right now in this… but the cool thing is with the firmware update that could be enabled… So I wouldn’t be surprised if live streaming comes to this camera and before Christmas… so I don’t know don’t quote me on that, but I’d be surprised if live streaming doesn’t come around very, very soon. The second thing and this is one of the my gripes about this again, this is something that could be solved very easily. There’s no remote control other than a smartphone, and so the smartphone is amazing, because you’ve got the MIMO application… you can control everything on this little camera from the smartphone, but if you’re skydiving or zipping down a mountain on skis, or you’re on a motorcycle or snowmobile, or something… you have this mounted to a helmet or on your bike or somewhere else. You can’t use your smartphone… you need some kind of little thing you can put on your wrist to turn it on and off, or maybe on your handlebars that doesn’t exist yet, and so I hope DGI it creates that, and then one little persnickety thing that kept getting me over and over, is this little quick switch button on the side… it’s used for two things 1. switching modes and 2.switching between the front and rear camera. I love it cuz you can use it with gloves… it’s all the rage I love that, but the problem is if you don’t hold it quite long enough you can accidentally switch this camera into the wrong mode, and so now I have really learned to really be deliberate when I push that button, so I don’t accidentally change from video mode, to hyperlapse, or something else .. and shoot unintentional video. Now the question is Mark should I buy this camera? And my answer is …Absolutely! Yes. I absolutely love DJI equipment…. in fact I shot this entire video using nothing but my DJI Osmo pocket. Every single shot that you see either came from the Osmo action or the Osmo pocket.. 100%.. DJI gear. The thing that I love about this camera is it’s super easy to use it… shoots 4k 60 frames per second slow mo Hyperlapse. Time-lapse… it does Stills it does everything you could ever imagine out of an action camera. It’s got a front-facing camera, so you can use it for vlogging. You can use external USB C compatible adapters for external audio. It just does everything, so yeah, it’s a no-brainer and this is the camera… I think you should get if you want an action camera. Thank you so much for joining me for this episode of Exploring Photography… Don’t forget to subscribe to Adorama TV. It’s totally free… turn on the bell, so you get notifications, and also make sure you follow me on Instagram, because I’m always posting behind the scenes videos of me making videos for Adoramatv, and my travels around the road… around the world. Thanks again for joining me, and I will see you again next time!

REVIEW: Casey Neistat’s Camera Setup for Vlogging

REVIEW: Casey Neistat’s Camera Setup for Vlogging


Casey Neistat is
a YouTube vlogger that has been gaining
a lot of popularity lately because of his great
cinematography skills. And a lot of people
are wondering what type of camera
setup is he using to make his videos look so good. Well I’ve looked into it. And I’m going to do a
review of his setup. Plus suggest some of
my own modifications and my own little tweaks to it. So, put on my
glasses like Casey. Here we go. [MUSIC PLAYING] Hey guys! My name is Tim Schmoyer. And it’s Wednesday, which means
it’s time to give you guys some unique tips ideas,
suggestions, advice– like we do every week
here at Video Creators– to help you grow your YouTube
channels and your audiences. So the first thing
we’re going to do is run through the whole
camera setup– the gear– and then let’s dig into
some of the specifics about the things you
need to know about how to best use this setup. The camera body that
he uses is a Canon 70D. And the reason why
he chose this one is because it has autofocus
features built in, which are really
nice for getting a good crisp, clear shot. So autofocusing here. The lens that he’s using is the
Canon EF-S 10 to 22 millimeter. Also, the microphone at the top
is called a RODE VideoMic GO. And this is not the
one that he uses. He uses one a little bit
more similar to this one because this is battery-powered. And it gets a little
bit better audio. And you can boost
the signal that it’s sending into the camera. And you can cut
wind and stuff too. But the problem I was having
when I was using this mic is that quite frequently, I
would forget to turn it on. Or rather, I’d
turn it on and I’d have to carry around
the nine-volt battery it uses and then they would die
on me, or something like that. And so I would get these
shots when I was vlogging. I’ve been vlogging with this
camera actually for a few weeks now over at our family’s
vlogging channel. So that’s what I’m
basing all this on. And I would find that
I would just forget to turn this microphone on. So this one isn’t
battery-powered and there’s no on or off switch. It just plugs right into the
microphone port on the camera. And I love it so much better
because the sound quality is still very good. So very directional–
it picks up what’s in front of the camera,
in front of the microphone. And it eliminates a lot
of the background noise– which is awesome. But I don’t have to worry
about another battery and forgetting to turn it on
and then having no audio at all. And then this is
the JOBY tripod. And you can get it
in different sizes. This is the one for mobile. He has a bigger one than this. And it’s nice because these
legs are extremely flexible. You can wrap it around stuff. It makes it very portable. If you just want to get a
quick time-lapse like he does, you can just set the
legs out and set it down. Or you can do what he does
and that’s put them like this. And this gives it kind
of like a selfie stick. It’s very adjustable,
very sturdy. I love this JOBY tripod. And this is how he uses it. Keeps his arm out
of the shot too, rather than holding
it up like this and then having
this in the shot. By the way guys, the
links to all of this stuff is in the description below
this video here on YouTube. I highly recommend you pick
up your gear at B&H Photo. That’s where I get
all of my stuff. Mostly because they are
super, high professional. If you have any questions at
all, you can just call them. They’ll help you decide what you
really need for your project. And their prices are
either the lowest or they are the exact same
price as the lowest price that I can find anywhere on the
internet, including Amazon, or any other place like that. As far as a couple of settings
on the camera that I have found worked best for vlogging–
This is a touch screen. So that is nice. So you could have
this focus one. I found that the
multipoint one tends to keep the most amount
of things in focus while I’m shifting around. If I just want to
focus just on my face and I know my face
is going to be in the middle the whole
time, without moving, I’ll switch it to
that one sometimes. Most of the time, I use a
FlexiZone-Multi subject one there. As far as the audio is
concerned, if you go into here, I found just leaving it at
auto with this microphone works really well. As you can see, even though I’m
standing behind it right now, it’s still picking up
exactly at the right levels just because there’s no
other sound right now. But it does a fairly good job. Sometimes it will peek
into red even on auto. But I haven’t found it to be
enough to switch it to manual. You don’t want to disable
your audio, obviously. Also really important is if
you have the autofocus method on the tracking one. Remember we went through
these just a second. But if you have it on tracking–
if you want to have it automatically– you
can enable this. It will automatically
keep focusing on the faces that it detects– which it
actually does a really good job at keeping the faces. But as it says, “Using
an external microphone will reduce the amount of
lens noise that is recorded.” And I have found that even
with the external lens on top with the road, it
still picks it up. So if I switch back to this,
you can turn it on and off just by tapping this
while you’re recording, which makes it kind of nice. So you can use it when you want. But I have decided not to use
that because it does get to be a little bit too much noise. So I just keep this disabled. And I just keep
this on FlexiZone. The cool part about
using the FlexiZone though is that if you hold
and you hit this button right here– this AF focus on–
while you’re doing it, you can hold it while
you’re recording. And it doesn’t
give enough noise. See how it’s focusing in
these spots right here, now. So if I was to put my hand
right here and then pull this– see how it’ll all focus
over here on my hand. You couldn’t hear
it, but I could hear the lens make this noise. And the other thing
about this lens, you can see how wide it is
when you zoom out on this one. So you can see how
much of the room this lens is actually
picking up– this 10 to 22 millimeter– that’s on this one. So this is at 10. And if I was to zoom in,
it gives you just enough. You can go in about that far. That’s at 22 millimeters now. And I like it because I
have found for vlogging, wide is really good. And this is a crop
sensor, which means it zoomed in a little bit
more than you normally would have on a full sensor one. But it’s still really good. Just enough range where you
could zoom in, focus the eye on something that you
want to draw attention to, but then zoom back
and then have just yourself in the whole room. And you have lots of
empty space around you to pick up a lot
of the environment. Another thing to
consider with this is that it does weigh
maybe four pounds or so– which doesn’t
sound like a lot. But if you’re
holding it out trying to talk to it for
any period of time, it does start to
get pretty heavy. And the other
comment I would make is that vlogging with
this– although you have a lot of flexibility,
you get great sound quality, great image– you really
do you need to know how to use a DSLR camera. It’s not something
you can just pick up like a point-and-shoot,
or a GoPro, or your phone, or something like that. I’m not Casey. I can’t wear those
when I’m on video. So you do need to know
how to actually use a camera– a lot of
manual settings– in order to know how to use
it to its full potential when you’re vlogging with it. If you want to see
the vlogs that I’ve shot on this camera, and this
lens, and this microphone– to hear how it all sounds
and see a little bit more about it– I’ll put
a link to a playlist in the description
of this video that will contain all
the vlogs that I’ve shot using this exact setup. So you can get a
little bit more idea what it looks and sounds like. So while I do like
vlogging on the GoPro HERO4 Black– which is what
I’ve been using– because you can do 2K, 4K. It’s got time-lapsed
stuff built in. I can mount it anywhere. It’s much less inconspicuous. The audio on here– a problem. I did a full review on
vlogging with this one which I’ll make up around here. There are some problems with it. This definitely overcomes
almost all those problems. But it has other
problems of its own. It’s big. It’s far more
expensive than a GoPro. And you can’t just
throw it in your bag when you’re traveling
like you can with a GoPro. If you’ve been vlogging
with a rig like this, I’d love to hear from you
in the comments below. What you’ve learned, works best,
and what doesn’t, and any tips. Share those down there. And I will definitely
look forward to learning from you guys. And the rest of you
who are thinking about vlogging with
this, read the tips other people are saying
and other recommendations that you guys have
found work really well for your vlogging setup. And if this is your
first time here, I’d love to have you subscribe. Every week, we give you
guys YouTube tips just to help you with your YouTube
channels, grow your audience, and sometimes give you equipment
reviews like this, as well. So thanks for hanging out. And I will see you guys again
tomorrow for some YouTube Q&A. See you then. Bye.

Should you rent a camera or buy?

Should you rent a camera or buy?


One of the most frequently asked questions to me by people who are just getting into photography is or they’ve been doing it for a while, is whether they should be buying camera gear or they should simply be hiring it. By the way can I please request you to subscribe to this channel so that you get all the updates that we send. Also it’s a good idea to hit the bell icon, so that you get instant notifications when we have new content. Well I don’t want to answer this question in simply hire or simply buy I’d like you to do a little bit of a math and figure out the answer yourself. So let’s do this exercise please list down all the trips you’ve been to the last two years. It could even be a weekend out or it could be a day trip birding out in Bangalore or Bombay or wherever. Now, apart from that I’d like you to make a list of all the camera equipment that you used on all of these trips and you can go to a website like ours which is the Toehold Camera Rent and take prices of these camera equipment and put them in the Excel sheet. In short, I’d like you to calculate the cost of hiring camera equipment in the last two years if you had hired them or if you really actually did hire them. Now that comes up to a particular number. And now look at the cost of actually procuring this equipment. If this cost of hiring it is not below 15 to 20 percent of actually obtaining these equipment or buying this equipment then in my opinion it doesn’t really make business sense or economical smart sense to actually be investing on this camera gear because it will take you nearly five to six years to break even this cost. And you know happens what happens in the world of cameras right in five years the camera is obsolete and it’s time for you to buy another camera so you’ll actually be as good as just being renting all the time. So in my opinion if you don’t travel 40, 50, to 60 days in a year which is one fifth of a year and you don’t use camera equipment for 50-60 days in a year you would actually be better off simply hiring equipment from a rental store rather than investing your hard earned capital on investing on equipment which are not just sitting idle in your house but are also depreciating. The value of a 600 millimetre lens today is not the same one year later and two years later. So you’re actually depreciating the value of this equipment. In this era of all of us using these shared cars and taxis and Ola’s and Uber’s it really makes no sense to own a car. If you really don’t use it regularly. Likewise the same logic with camera equipment as well. If your usage is not really very high you should not be investing on camera gear and making it sit in your house and not do anything and also develop fungus and for which you will now have to invest on more camera equipment like buying a dehumidifier to keep your camera equipment safe. So guys if you’re not really using your camera for more than 50 days in a year let’s keep that as a thumb rule. It makes no sense for you to buy equipment. You’re actually better off hiring it, paying whatever you want and the biggest advantage of hiring it is let’s say you’re going on a mammal photography trip like let’s say to Ranthambore, you wanted to photograph tigers. You need a 400 millimetre lens for example and next month you’re going to let’s say Corbett or let’s say a Pangot to make photographs of birds where 400 is a little short. You can actually be using a 600 millimetre lens. You go to Ladakh to photograph snow leopard you can be using a 800 millimetre lens so don’t get married to just one lens and hire it or buy it and keep it in your house. It’s a great idea to hire what you need for that particular day and that particular trip. So my choice is to be able to hire equipment when you want to. Unless you really know you shoot a lot and buy equipment like let’s say a 70 to 200 millimetre lens which you need for every trip and every place and you shoot more than 50-60 days a year.

Essential Travel Packing Tips & Hacks for 2019!

Essential Travel Packing Tips & Hacks for 2019!


>>MAT: Hey everyone, We just got back from our most recent trip to Portugal & Spain and we’ve got some great packing and travel tips that we want to share with you to make your next trip more efficient and comfortable. This trip was a little bit complicated to pack for so it really forced us to use all our travel experience to make it work.>>DANIELLE: We had to pack for two seasons and since it was a working vacation, we also had to bring a lot more gear than usual. On top of that, our accommodation ranged wildly from a comfy co-living space to sleeping in the back of a canvas-covered truck. We also moved locations pretty frequently and we took quite a few buses, trains, planes, taxis and rental cars. So in this video, we’re sharing some of our essential packing tips. We’ll talk about some of the items we used all the time and a couple that we wish we had packed and we’ll also talk about the lessons we learned along the way. This video is sponsored by Audible. We’ll give you more information about them at the end plus the details to get a free audiobook and more.>>MAT: for clothes, what’s most important is checking the climate of your destination to make sure you pack the right clothing that’ll keep you comfortable in whatever weather you might be experiencing. One of the most common packing tips is to wear layers, and we definitely agree with that. But it’s also really easy to pack too many pieces that you don’t end up using so we try to be really strategic with what we bring and this doesn’t really work for a winter type of climate But we usually try to pack for Summer, Spring, and Fall. So we’ll have our warm weather clothes like shorts t-shirts and things like that, but we also pack a few key items that have multiple purposes. For example, we almost always bring one pair of long johns that can be layered under a pair of pants if it’s cold, but they can also double as pajama pants. We also always carry a really light windbreaker that can be used as a rain jacket but that can also be layered with a sweater to make kind of a warmer coat. A scarf can also be used to create a warm outfit, but it can also be rolled up and used as a neck pillow or a small lap blanket on a cold flight. We also usually pack a few small items like a warm hat, a small pair of gloves and a thick pair of socks; and those can go a really long way to keeping you warm. So with all those items combined, we can stay comfortable in a pretty wide range of different weather conditions. To bring more stuff, packing cubes can also be really practical They can help you stay organized and you can also pack a lot more clothes in your suitcase. They compress all the items of clothing and form a really small package. The drawback that I find with packing cubes, although they are great, is that you might be tempted or you might end up just bringing more clothes and that might be great because you have more options more things to wear but inevitably your suitcase is going to be heavier. And when you’re traveling even if you have a suitcase with wheels there are definitely some times where you’re gonna have to lift that thing and move it around and you want it to be as light as possible. Also when you’re checking your luggage, you don’t want to exceed the maximum weight for a suitcase.>>DANIELLE: before heading out on a trip there’s a couple of things that we’ve done to help us remember all the things that we need to bring with us. Either making a list is really helpful so you can start a couple of weeks out and as you think of things you just add them to the list so that it’s not just a really stressful evening the night before you’re traveling out and the other thing is as you think of things you can take them out of the drawer or the closet and put them in a pile so that slowly your suitcase gets filled as you think of things you need, rather than just trying to rush and remember everything at the last minute. If you’re really organized you can save your travel lists so that the next time you go on a trip, you don’t have to start over but we’ve never gotten to that point yet.>>MAT: next is a mini utility kit. So when we travel we always try to pack as light as possible and bring as few things as possible but we still always carry what you could call a mini utility kit and in there are just a few essential items that are packed away in our suitcase that end up coming handy pretty often. For example, we always carry a few elastics to tie up food bags and things like that, we’ll have a couple plastic bags to carry flip-flops, wet bathing suits, and to put in liquids that might leak in our suitcase. We always carry a pen for filling out customs cards, baggage tags, and writing down directions. We also have a small flashlight, some carabiners for keys and hanging things, and we always have a few napkins stuffed in our pockets or in our backpack. I can’t tell you how many times those come in handy for spills and messes on buses, trains, and planes And the last thing we always carry a small multi-tool. This is also really practical there’s everything on here pliers, screwdriver, a little knife and it’s tiny but this definitely has to go in a checked luggage.>>DANIELLE: one thing that we wish we had packed and we didn’t is some quick-drying clothes. So on this trip it was almost eight weeks and so we did about eight loads of laundry and the places we stayed at only had a washing machine so it took one or two days for our clothes to air dry which can be pretty inconvenient if you’re moving around. So one thing we would do next time is pack at least one outfit that’s quick-drying so either some travel-specific clothes that are designed to dry quickly or clothes with some kind of blend of cotton and polyester that dries really fast.>>MAT: for food, we always try to bring our own snacks on travel days and this is great because it can save us a lot of money. Airport food is really expensive and also on planes you don’t necessarily get food so it’s nice to have your own snacks if ever you get hungry. The problem with bringing food if you’re taking the plane is that it’s not always clear exactly what you can and can’t bring through security. You definitely can’t bring any liquids or gels. So for example a yoghurt might not make it through security or a container of hummus. You might have to throw that out, but usually dry processed foods get through security. So what we’ll do often is we’ll make some sandwiches, we’ll bring some roasted trail mix, maybe we’ll have stir-fried veggies and rice or fruit salad and those pretty much always make it through security. It’s important to understand here that it really depends on the security agent that you get. They can pretty much ask you to throw out anything they feel like but generally, for us, those items that I mentioned haven’t been a problem. We also always carry a few reusable items to create less waste and save money. We’ll have a couple of food containers some reusable water bottles a travel coffee mug and some foldable sporks.>>DANIELLE: one thing that we noticed really quickly on this trip is that we could have had a better luggage set up. Most of the time we’re able to fit all of our clothes, toiletries, and shoes into our rolling suitcases and then we each have a backpack with our laptop, passport, water bottle, and things like that. But this time because it was a work trip, we also had a camera bag and because we were trying to save money by making a lot of our own food, we were traveling around with groceries so juggling six bags at a time became really chaotic. Something we could have done to plan ahead would have been to bring a larger backpack each so that we could fit all these extra things in without having to juggle all these extra pieces. So I think it’s important to really think about how you’ll be traveling and to use luggage that’s going to suit your trip and your travel style. One thing that we could not have gone without on this trip is our GPS. We rented a car for three weeks so that we could explore Portugal and also so that we could film some really cool off-grid cabins while we were there and we could not have found some of these locations without a GPS. One of the reasons we brought our own is because we actually don’t own a cellphone and we wanted to save a little bit of money by not having to rent a GPS from the car rental company. Another thing that we used almost every single day is the Happy Cow app. So basically, it’s a map that shows you where there’s health food stores, cafes, and restaurants that serve vegan or vegetarian food but we also use it kind of as an indicator to find really interesting neighborhoods where alternative things are going on. So often if you see a cluster of a few vegan restaurants and some veggie restaurants and a health food store, usually, that might be an indication that there’s a really cool neighborhood that you should visit. 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There are a ton of titles that I’m interested in listening to and I started this year off listening to The Finnish Way. It has really simple and inspiring ideas to stay happy and healthy in your everyday life. And those are good things to think about at the start of a New Year. So if you want to give Audible a try and get that free audiobook and two Audible Originals You can go to audible.com/exploringalternatives or if you’re in the US you can text exploringalternatives to 500 500. Thanks so much for watching and we’ll see you the next video!

Morning Routine (10 DIY Ideas, Makeup, Healthy Recipes)

Morning Routine (10 DIY Ideas, Makeup, Healthy Recipes)


and so many of you said morning routine. So
I thought : ‘ Why not!’ But you guys know how I love my DIYs so today I’m not just going to
show you my typical weekend morning, but also 10 epic DIY ideas that make my mornings happy
and special. Breakfast recipes, DIY decorations, clothes, shoes, makeup, nail art and much
more. Check it out! Oh god! What a nightmare! Does it happen to
you that during the week when you have to get up, you would give everything for an extra
10 minutes sleep, but on the weekends when you have no pressure to get up you wake up
super early? Well it happens to me a lot. And since I am awake, I decided to get up
and make the most from this morning and you guys are coming with me. First I head to the
bathroom to brush my teeth and wash my face. My skin is super thin, sensitive and rosacea
prone. Warm water usually makes me flare up a lot. Although it calms down right after.
On top of that my face is very dry so I have to put on some moisturizer. Now it’s time
for the food! On the weekends I like to work out in the morning so I usually have a proper
breakfast after… But I have to eat a little something to give me energy for the workout,
so today I’ll make myself a smoothie. I just grabbed whatever fruit I have in my fridge
and some milk. I’ve found raspberries, strawberries and a banana. I really love making smoothies
because they are literally done in seconds and they taste delicious! And they are also
healthy, which is a bonus. While sipping on my smoothie I like to check emails, answer
your comments and watch some YouTube videos. Oh and by the way, I actually decorated this jar
myself and I think it looks so pretty! Here’s how you do it: Pour some glue in a container – I am making
three different colors, so I need three glasses. Then simply color your glue using acrylic
paint or food coloring. Give it a nice stir and voila! You have a glue paint which you
can use to decorate any kind of material. Now you can put the paint into a squeeze tube
or a plastic bag and make a knot. This way you’ll be able to draw with the paint just
like when you’re decorating the cake. But seriously, how amazing are these colors. As
you may have noticed in my videos : I do have a tiny neon obsession at the moment. Bright
colors just make me so happy! Simply cut away a tiny piece of bag’s corner and you can start
drawing. I decided to make colorful hearts all over this jar. Normally, I use my jar
to drink but this can be a beautiful decorating piece too. Use it for pencil holders on your desk,
as a vase for flowers, whatever you wish. When you’re done just let it dry for a few
hours and you have the most beautiful jar ever! Oh and if you want you can just buy
these glass paints and create super cool designs on your jars. Here I making a fun landscape
picture with a shiny sun, clouds and flowers. These jars are completely safe to wash and
will last you many years. Made a pink flower and now let’s give her an orange friend so
it won’t be as lonely. These jars can also work great as a little gift to your loved
ones. You can personalize it, make it funny – the options are endless. When drawing on
a glass just try to keep your hand steady and move slowly. Resting your elbows on the
table helps a lot too! Ok, after I drink up my smoothie it’s time
to put on my sporty gear! During the workout I like to drink a lot of water and today I
decided to make it a bit special so I am going to infuse it with a lot of fresh fruits. Better
be careful with that knife Sara! I’ve got some strawberries, blueberries, kiwi and lemon.
In they go in the bottle. I love experimenting with different fruits, sometimes I add raspberries,
mint, lime, whatever I find in the fridge. I drink a lot of water, about two to three
liters every day and this is a great way to spice it up a bit. To finish off I pour in
some fresh water and I am ready to go out. I live in Bergen, where it rains a lot. On
such days I like to make some strength exercises inside. But when the weather is fine as today
I like to take the advantage of it and go out for a run in the fresh air. Running shoes
– check, pony tail – check, windproof jacket – check and I’m off! Taking half an hour
in the nature really clears my mind and gives me energy for the day. The fruit-infused water
tastes so yummy! Seriously superb, you have to try it! So I like to run for a while until
I get distracted by something like taking pictures or this cute little ducky. I play
with it for a while and then usually decide: ‘Sara you’ve run enough today!’ and I head home. Back home I need to take a quick shower first
and then I put on my favorite red robe, which I basically live in. I brush my hair and lately
I have been loving the heatless waves, which are very easy to achieve. All you do is separate
your hair in two sections and twist each section away from your face to get swirls like these.
You can clip them, but I just leave them like this and swirl them whenever I remember. If
my plan for the day is to chill in my apartment I normally just stay in my pajamas, not going
to lie. But I do have some plans for later so I decided to put on denim shorts and
cropped top. I made this cute graphic tee myself and I’m going to quickly show you how. First you have to find or make a picture you
want on your shirt and print it to a transfer paper. I decided to go for this adorable elephant
in heart with bunch of flowers and colors. Cut the picture out leaving about half an
inch edge and just follow the instructions for your transfers, because these can be different
for different producers. I had to iron the paper for a while, let it cool completely
and then I removed the paper to reveal this gorgeous Mr. Elephante picture on my top.
This was actually the first time I made a graphic tee using transfer paper and I loved it. I will
definitely make more of these on my shirts. Alright, now it’s finally time for my favorite
part of the morning, which is a big tasty breakfast! Today I’m having avocado and cream
cheese cracker plus, yogurt with granola and berries. You can just buy these seed crackers
in the grocery store or you can easily make them yourself. Take a big bowl and pour in
sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds and pines, whole flax and grounded flax seeds, chia and
sesame seeds, some almond slices, psyllium husk and salt. For the precise measurements
check the info box. Mix all the ingredients together and pour in 5 deciliters of water.
Stir well and put it on a parchment lined baking sheet. Flat the mixture down with a
spatula making sure it’s nice and even. Mine crackers will be about a quarter of an inch
thick. Place them in the oven preheated at around 300 Fahrenheit or 160 degrees Celsius.
Bake for 10 minutes, then shape your crackers in the desired pieces and bake for another
50 minutes. Keep checking them though, because you don’t want them to get burnt. First tray
done, let’s cut these guys as well. Here they are, all done and smelling delicious. You can
now store your crackers in a box or in a jar and they make for a super healthy and delicious
breakfast or a snack. I like topping mine with some cream cheese
and sliced avocado. Besides that I am also making myself a berry and granola yogurt.
Time to add some delicious blueberries and pour in my favorite granola. Add another layer
of yogurt, and top the healthy mix with yummy strawberries. A lot of strawberries.. as much
as I can possibly fit in the jar! And finally I can enjoy my breakfast. While eating I like
to think about video ideas… or I would just check my social media and answer to you guys.
Let me just say… This berry granola is so good! And what I like about it is that you
can just make it at home, put the jar lid on and take it with you to school or work.
Oh and in case you wondered what kind of granola I use – well I made it myself! Pour in a
bowl: 3 cups of oats, half a cup of pumpkin seeds and pistachios, sunflower seeds and
almond slices, a tea spoon of salt and some cinnamon. Mix it all together and add half
a cup of maple syrup and quarter of a cup of olive oil. Mix well until all the ingredients
are nicely incorporated and pour the mixture on a parchment lined baking sheet. Bake in
the oven at 300 Fahrenheit for about 40 minutes. You can stir it every 20 minutes so that the
granola will be nice and evenly baked. I swear you guys, this is hands down the best granola
I have ever tried, and on top of this, your house will smell amazing while baking it.
You can of course change the ingredients according to your preferences – add hazelnuts, walnuts
or even dried fruit. Place it in the air proof box and you have a delicious granola always
on hand. After breakfast I wash the dishes and I always
wear protective gloves. This is super important if you want to keep your nails and hands healthy
and pretty. Detergents are usually very harsh, causing weak, broken nails and premature ageing
of the skin. I don’t paint my nails every weekend morning,
but if I will be filming later that day and I happen not to have anything on my nails
yet, I would probably need to. So I just like to chill on my bed, listen to some music and
paint my nails. Today I went for this purple shade on all the nails except my ring finger.
For that one I applied two coats of white as a base. Next I am dipping a q-tip into
nail polish, and making big colorful dots all over the nail. When the dots dry, I like
to go in with white and make slightly smaller dots inside the bigger colored ones. Lastly
I am making small colored dots in the center of these rings. My mani too just ten minutes
to make and it is looking suppa cute (Yasss..slay those nails Sara). By now my hair is all dry and I am ready to
get rid of the funny swirls and get myself some nice beachy waves. For some texture I
like to spray on some beach hair spray and scrunch the hair up so that the waves get
more pronounced. Oh and if you want to make your own beach hair spray, that’s how you
do it. Take a spray bottle and fill it half way with water, add about a tea spoon of sea
salt, a bit of strong hold gel, some oil – I am using almond oil, but you can also use
coconut, olive oil whatever you prefer. If you want you can also add some scent, I added
peppermint extract and finally I dripped in some vitamin E drops. We know that packaging
counts so I wanted to make my bottle a little bit prettier by sticking on a bunch of colorful
hearts. Now that’s what we are talking about 🙂 While this hairspray gives your hair a
lot of texture it also nourishes your hair with oils and vitamins. I am almost ready for the day. The only thing
missing is to apply my makeup. I don’t wear makeup everyday, because I’m too lazy for
that, but I do use products with a bit more coverage when I film. First is Mrs. foundation
which I like to apply with a beauty sponge. Then some concealer in the inner corner of
my eyes, which I just apply using my ring finger. For the eyeshadow I apply a medium
brown shade in the crease and blend it upwards using a fluffy brush. Then I pop some lighter
champagne shade all over the lid. I find that applying with the finger helps a lot with
the pigmentation. Dipping my angled brush in dark brown, almost black color and I put
it on my lash line as a liner. Curl the lashes, apply some mascara, and sometimes I like to
smudge a bit of blue liner on my bottom lash line. This makes blue eyes pop so much more
and I love how it looks especially for the summer. Final touch for the eyes is a bit
of that same champagne color in the inner corner and below the eyebrows. And talking
about them, I usually leave my eyebrows all natural. But I do like to give my cheeks some
peachy flush so here’s that and lastly I put on my favorite tinted lip balm, which surprise
surprise, I made myself. All I did is melt together a piece of old
lipstick and some vaseline. My lips are always chapped and I have to apply some sort of lip
balm all the time. Also, most of the lipsticks dry my lips out, so this tinted lip balm is
perfect for me. Give the balm a little stir and then pour it in a container. I had to
decorate mine with a little heart and that’s it. Lips are no longer dry and chapped, but
soft and rosy instead. Here’s my makeup all done, so I just have to put my shoes on and
I am ready to conquer the world. But seriously, how cute are these sneakers?! And guess what,
you can make them too! Take a piece of denim fabric and a pair of sneakers, that you want
to pimp up. I love making such easy DIY projects outside, although the weather here in Norway
has been absolutely terrible so far this spring, rain and cold all the way. Cut a bunch of
hearts out of the denim fabric. I am not using any stencil, because that’s much faster and
I really like how the hearts are all a bit different. Of course you can be very creative
here and cut out other shapes, like circles and stars. Here are my pretty little jeans
hearts that we are now going to stick to the shoes using a fabric glue. Apply some fabric
glue and place them all over your sneakers. My hearts are quite big, so the sticking goes
very quickly. Here comes the last one and I’m done. How gorgeous are they? Love, love,
love! Now I am ready for the day! Most of my weekends
I work on my videos, because I don’t really have much time during the week. I like to
film outside as much as I can, when the weather permits. Me and my boyfriend would explore
different beautiful locations, which Norway surely has a lot to offer. On rainy days I
would normally stay inside, maybe film a nail art, edit and chat with you in the comments,
which is my favorite thing to do. But whatever I’m up to, having a nice relaxed morning like
today’s always makes my day so much better. And this is how my typical weekend morning
looks like, I really hope you like the video and maybe got some inspiration for yourself.
Please give the video some love if you want more of such lifestyle tutorials and let me
know in the comments, which DIY was your favorite. I honestly read all of your comments and you
guys make me so happy. I have hands down the sweetest and loveliest viewers ever. You guys
mean the world to me. But yeah, that’s it for today. Thank you so much for watching
and I’ll see you soon. Bye! Everyday is a treasure, let’s see what this
one has to offer. Bye my loves!

Focal Length Explained 1 – Don’t just zoom – MOVE!

Focal Length Explained 1 – Don’t just zoom – MOVE!


Quite often when you go out shooting
with your camera you’ll probably see a scene that you think’s interesting; frame
it up a bit and then zoom around with your zoom to try and get the composition
that you want, but there is a much better way of doing things than this. If you
consider your zoom as a selection of prime lenses, by prime lenses I mean
lenses which can’t zoom, they have fixed focal lengths like 18, 40, 50, 90, 150 whatever it may be. If you use a prime lens you can’t zoom
so you have to move yourself backwards and forwards in order to frame the shot
that you want. When you start controlling your focal length you can control what
the picture looks like, what’s in it and what isn’t, but how do you know which
focal length you’re going to need for which shot that you’re going to take? I’m
going to show you but to do so I’m going to need a nice, friendly, helpful
assistant called Natasha. Hello Nat! This is Jane’s daughter Natasha and
she’s kind of… well I guess I’m your evil stepdad am I that bad?
– Ahhh I can put up with you Mike Ah she’s sweet! Right Nat, could you come and stand here for a moment, go that way
a little bit, there we go – perfect. supposing Natasha and I were standing in our own the garden or something rather than in the street which is a little odd,
I might just think ‘Ah there’s Nat, that would make a nice picture’ stand there and zoom
around and just sort of zoom in and out like that and take a picture and it’s
going to be okay, but I could get a better result if I chose the focal
length for the shot. I’m going to show you a little exercise here which I would
like you to repeat afterwards. What I’m going to do is take the same picture of
Natasha over and over again but at different focal lengths, so you can see
what happens to the environment around her. Now this is going to involve a bit of
lens changing and fiddling around so you may have to bear with me for a minute.
Nat can we go over here? The reason I’ve chosen in the middle of a street is
because you need somewhere which has got sides that go off into the distance and
that has an end behind. Now it’s really important when you compose your shot that you compose it exactly the same each time, so I’m going to give Natasha probably about
a hands width of sky above her head, that’s going to be the very top of the
picture and the bottom of the picture is going to be this seam at the top of
her dress – that will be at the bottom of the frame each time. So first off 10
millimeters, now I’ve got to get right into your personal space here Nat to get the
seam at the top of your dress and only a handful of sky there it is – oop no – there it is – perfect. Now zoom the lens, I’m going to double it to 20 millimeters and do the same thing.
Now that’s made Nat come closer so I’ve got to move back a bit and that’s
only subtle – there it is. All right now we’re going to a longer
lens, from 20 millimeters (camera straps drive me me on the bend)
let’s go to 35 millimeters. So frame the same shot, now I have to move back
because the lens has got longer – again handbreadth of sky, seam on the dress,
excellent. Let’s double that, let’s go out to 70 millimeters so again, she’s
really filling the frame now because it zoomed on to her, so I move back a
bit and very carefully line up – this is a great exercise – oh you blinked, don’t blink!
Right, there we go. Now we want to go out further. I’m gonna
have to change the lens because the next set of focal lengths go out a long way.
We’re going to go from 10 millimeters right out of 500 that means I’m going to
use a whopper of a lens. Even if you don’t have lenses this kind of focal
length, please go and repeat this exercise because it really will help you
understand what on earth it is I’m talking about. Now with the last one at
70 I’m to do the next one at 150, so I’ve set the zoom on the lens I’m not going to
zoom in and out I’m going to frame the shot up with Natasha. Oh look that wasn’t
a bad guess, I’m actually going to go a little bit closer, here we go… train your
eye to look around the viewfinder to line up these gaps like the the bottom
of the dress and the hand breadth of sky. Let’s zoom then on out to 250. Again
Natasha will have come closer in the lens so I’ve got to move back to get the
same shot. Here we go, line up the elements, the gap at the top
and the seam on the dress and then finally we’re going to go all the way out from
250 to 500 millimeters so I’m moving back again. The environment behind
Natasha is changing with each of these shots and this one I promise, you would
never know we were standing in a street… but there’s a lot of fiddling to
get this right – still too close – there it is Good stuff. Nat! Come and have a look So beginning at 10 millimeters, here we go.
Here you are at 10 millimeters. yeah you see how it’s pulled Natasha’s face forward? But look
I’ve got the bottom of the picture as the seam of the dress, the top of the
picture but a handbreadth of sky. As we move on from 10 to 20, see how it’s
changed? Natasha has got a more normal shape. Also look, the cars and
the houses jump forward as we flick between them. Moving on out from there I
think we went to 50 which is a much more normal looking Natasha.
As we move on through – oop we want the other camera as we’re now out to 100 or
so. You see how everything’s starting to take a step forward
each time we extend the focal length until now you don’t know you’re in a
street, and we get to the very last shot there’s no hint of a house or anything.
We’ve just got a clear grey background which is actually the tarmac of the
streets as it goes off up the hill in the distance. This is all you need to do, it
doesn’t matter what you practice this with. If you don’t have a Natasha to take
into the street just put your camera bag on a table in the park or something like
that and take the same shot over and over again, changing the focal length and
moving back so that you get the idea of what’s going on
to the environment and then look at all the pictures one after the other.
This isn’t just the realm of a digital SLR you could do the same thing with a
little compact camera anything that has a zoom on it. If you’re cycling along the sea wall you might not want to carry a monster like that.
Natasha would you mind? We’re going to do a very brief one. Here you go, over
there a bit. If I set the zoom to its widest take the same picture of Natasha getting
right into her personal space, good stuff Nat, and then zoom it to it’s
longest zoom, do the same thing move back. You know if you’re at a party and just got a little camera and you think ‘Oh I’ll take a picture…’ There we go, as you can see the
two are very, very different. Don’t just think I’m going to go and try this in
the morning. Once you start treating your zoom lens as a series of prime lenses
and moving yourself around not being lazy, you’ll really set loose the magic
of your camera and your photography. Don’t leave it, get out there right this
minute! Go and try this.

Food Stylist Shares Secrets to the Perfect Lasagna | Food Styling Tips and Tricks

Food Stylist Shares Secrets to the Perfect Lasagna | Food Styling Tips and Tricks


– I’m about to build the
most amazing, delicious, cheesy, melty lasagna you’ve ever seen. Boom. I’m a food stylist. Consider me a makeup artist for food. I take boring, everyday average food and make it look amazing. When you make lasagna at home, this is what you’re used to getting. I’m gonna show you how I food style this with all of my tricks. When I think of lasagna,
I think of a really nice, solid piece of lasagna,
single served on a plate. And in order to do that, instead of making lasagna
and slicing it out and scooping out a piece, food stylists usually build a hero slice from the bottom up. That way you’ve got clean, even layers and you’re in total control
of the slice that you have. So that’s what I’m gonna do today. I have hard-boiled, very
al dente lasagna noodles. Par-cooking the lasagna
noodles obviously gives them some flexibility but they
also maintain their shape which is very important. We don’t want them to be too overcooked. Instead of building the lasagna slice and then transferring it onto
our prop that we’ve chosen, I’m gonna build my lasagna
slice on the prop plate. That way I don’t have to
move it once I have it built. So let’s do it. The first thing I’m going to do is decide what size I want
my lasagna piece to be. Obviously I don’t need this entire noodle for this little plate, and in order for it to
look like a hefty portion, I’m gonna layer two slices of
lasagna noodles on the bottom. A little trick to keep my lasagna noodles from sliding all over the
plate while I build it is just a little squeeze of denture cream on the bottom of the plate. The denture cream is
gonna act as an adhesive. Polident is good for not
just keeping your teeth in your mouth. The next thing I’m gonna do is make a little cheese mixture
to spread onto my lasagna. I’m really just gonna eyeball this. I’m taking a little bit
of my ricotta cheese, a little bit of a finely
grated Parmesan cheese and a little bit of a shredded and chopped mozzarella cheese. The reason I decided to shred and chop the mozzarella cheese is
because I wanna give it a really fine texture so that when I go to melt the cheese it
will completely blend in and you won’t see any strands of cheese. I have my first layer of cheese. So now I’m gonna add a piece
of poster board on top of that. This is gonna add stability
as I build my lasagna. For the next layer I’m adding
my strained tomato sauce. So this is a super concentrated
just-jarred tomato sauce. I picked out a brand that I
really like for it’s color and it’s texture, but
removed all the extra water so there’s no leakage and it
holds it’s shape really nicely. I’m actually gonna do
another layer of cheese on the underneath side of my noodle so that way I can just flip
it over and make a sandwich. So it’ll be noodle, cheese,
tomato sauce, cheese, noodle. Now I’m just going back through
and adding in a little bit of cheese to the very front
of the lasagna noodle. So, I have my bottom
layer completely done. I feel really good about it, and it looks like it’s really
supported by the cardboard. So now I’m gonna do the exact same thing for the middle layer. Before I add my top, finished
layer of marinara sauce and melted cheese, I’m
gonna go back through and add a little bit thicker pieces of cardboard to the back
structure of the lasagna. This will give it a
little lift in the back so it’s not sloping and I make
sure that it’s really sturdy. For the cheese on the top of the slice, I’m just going through and
crumbling my ricotta mixture with my fingers. That way I’m getting an
even texture on the top. All right, the lasagna is built. And so now I’m gonna take it and put it in the microwave for about 30 seconds
just to get the cheese a little melty and make it
look like it’s been cooked and we’ll be right back. We’re back from the microwave, and it definitely got
melty around the edges which I really like. It makes it look like I just
scooped it out of the pan, put it on the plate and
the cheese is oozing out. However the top didn’t really
get the way that I want for our final beauty. So I’m gonna go back over,
clean up some of these layers on the bottom that I lost and then add some more cheese on top and use a couple food styling tricks to make my cheese look extra melty and delicious for the top of our lasagna. To clean up the noodles I’m just gonna take a paintbrush and a little bit of
water and a paper towel. (laughs) I’ve cleaned up my layers and
I think it looks really good. I’m gonna add my mozzarella cheese, my plain mozzarella cheese
to the top and start working on making it look melty. And even though that
there’s cardboard in here, it still smells really good. To start my cheese melting process, I’m gonna use a heat gun. Heat guns are essential with food styling. All right, here it is. I’m really happy with the way this looks. My layers are clean, the
top is melty and brown. So I think now I’m gonna take
it onto our beauty photoset and do some finishing touches and make it look amazing. We have been magically teleported to our photography setup in a
romantic, Italian restaurant. Now that we have our beauty photo setup I’m gonna do a couple finishing touches on my lasagna slice. I’m gonna add a couple
drops of marinara sauce onto the plate to make
it look a little messy, but also make it look like
it just fell there naturally. When a food stylist is working with food that is supposed to be warm and it’s sitting on a photoset
for who knows how long, one good way to keep
that food looking fresh and warm is with a steamer. I’m gonna take this steamer and just wave it over
the top of my lasagna. This is a food stylist product that when brushed on top of cheese, it helps keep the cheese
looking like it’s melted. It adds a little bit of a glisten so that way it doesn’t look
like your cheese is stale. I’ll take this secret to my grave. But trust me, it works. Last but not least I’m gonna
add my final food garnish. I’m gonna take a little
bit of curly leaf parsley, chop it up with my scissors
and sprinkle it on top. I’m not putting the parsley
in any particular place. I’m trying to make it look really natural, so I’m just sprinkling it and wherever it lands, that’s fine. I can always go back over
and take pieces away. This lasagna slice turned out so nice. I love the clean layers,
the bright red tomato sauce, the melty cheese on top. Everything about it looks delicious. There’s no way you’re
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