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Getting Perfect Manual Focus at night w/ Focus Peaking & MF Assist at the Salton Sea w/ Jason Lanier Getting Perfect Manual Focus at night w/ Focus Peaking & MF Assist at the Salton Sea w/ Jason Lanier
Join Sony Artisan of Imagery and award winning landscape photographer Jason Lanier as he shows you how to get perfectly focused images, at night,... Getting Perfect Manual Focus at night w/ Focus Peaking & MF Assist at the Salton Sea w/ Jason Lanier

Getting Perfect Manual Focus at night w/ Focus Peaking & MF Assist at the Salton Sea w/ Jason LanierJoin Sony Artisan of Imagery and award winning landscape photographer Jason Lanier as he shows you how to get perfectly focused images, at night, using Sony’s Focus Peaking and Manual Focus…

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  • David Dewis

    February 7, 2015 #1 Author

    The Problem i have with the the Focus peaking is that in club photography,
    the camera is having trouble identifying what is sharp due to the low
    contrast caused by the fog/smoke they pump in. The lack of External flash
    AF assist is a real issue. Yes i can manual focus, but with drunk people in
    a club situation, people don’t want to stand there and wait for you to nail
    focus. I love my a6000, but for now it won’t be replacing my DSLR until i
    can find a convincing alternative method. 

  • Sony Alpha Cameras

    February 7, 2015 #2 Author

    Focus peaking, in combination with focus assist, easily makes your pictures
    pinpoint sharp.

    http://youtu.be/xI2KIzvvmbs

  • Jason Lanier

    February 7, 2015 #3 Author

    Hey guys and gals! Brand new video out regarding how to get perfect manual
    focus at night using Focus Peaking and the Manual Focus Assist. PLEASE
    THUMBS UP AND SUBSCRIBE!

  • ForViewingOnly

    February 7, 2015 #4 Author

    Hi Jason, could you make a video on using the Zebra feature in conjunction
    with the exposure compensation? Thanks.

  • Joe Berger

    February 7, 2015 #5 Author

    Funny you upload this now, I just back from shooting an event that I almost
    exclusively used the mitakon 50mm 0.95 on the A7. Lots of focus peaking
    going on there!

  • Tim Sivils

    February 7, 2015 #6 Author

    The Chocolate Mountain Aerial Gunnery Range is just to the east. That’s
    what you heard an saw.
    http://wikimapia.org/23457899/Chocolate-Mountain-Aerial-Gunnery-Range-CMAGR

  • Rough-Trader

    February 7, 2015 #7 Author

    I like these videos by Jason, they are very good indeed. I shoot with
    Nikon D750, it’s very good at focusing in the dark, so I’ll go and try to
    push it a bit. If it can’t auto focus, I’ll try the live exposure view in
    live view which should aid in getting manual focus right…let’s see what
    happens. Thanks Jason.

  • John MK

    February 7, 2015 #8 Author

    Here’s my question you have the sony a7s, which is around 12 megapixels.
    why aren’t you shooting with the a7r with around 36 megapixels? I get it if
    the reason is because you shoot in low light and the a7s is really good for
    that but either way you could get a much better quality image on the a7r?
    +Jason Lanier 

  • Cilla Latte

    February 7, 2015 #9 Author

    Every time I watch a new video I am in amazement. You are a master of your
    trade! I have the utmost respect for you and your skills. Thank you for
    sharing. Keep shooting and making videos! <3 all of it! 

  • Victor Ortiz

    February 7, 2015 #10 Author

    Thank you Jason, I’m learning a lot with your videos. Please do one with
    the lenses that we should get. God bless brother!!!!

  • Christian Fiore

    February 7, 2015 #11 Author

    You can also hit the center button to zoom in even further, and move the
    magnified area around with up/down/left/right. 

  • Brae King

    February 7, 2015 #12 Author

    If only you had caught that explosion on video haha! Great Video!

  • PCHCP

    February 7, 2015 #13 Author

    Jason you rock baby. Hell yea

  • Rick Brewster

    February 7, 2015 #14 Author

    I am currently a Canon user. Living in the desert I love shooting at night,
    this is making me strongly think about making the switch.

  • neil berkeley

    February 7, 2015 #15 Author

    Just picked up my A7ii today thanks to you. Glorious camera
    Thank you man great advice
    Hope to take one of your classes in the future