Two weeks ago I shared about a frustrating flaw that I have experienced with the R6. It’s really more of a user-error than a malfunction of the camera. But…
When I was shooting with my Mark IV, if I was in a chaotic situation that was low-light, I could hear if the shutter was dangerously low for the focal length I was using. I NEVER dealt with unwanted motion blur issues!
While this isn’t something that happens often, I have found that it’s VERY EASY to lower my shutter to a dangerous setting while shooting in a chaotic, low light environment with the R6!
We had hundreds of you chime in! Some of you said you have the same problems, while others had suggestions to try!
Whether you use the R6 or not, this episode will help you decide which solution is best for you! We’re testing these two options:
We’re using the same technology that I used during the KJ Starter Course so you can literally be inside of my viewfinder!!!
Watch this Youtube video to see these solutions in action!!
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It has been been over 2 YEARS since I switched to the R6 and totally shifted to mirrorless!!
Through email & in our KJ Education Facebook group, this question is asked DAILY!
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If you’ve been a wedding photographer for several years, you probably have parts of the wedding day that can seem mundane and boring..
I’ve been wanting to share about this for a long time…
People always say “Katelyn, how did you grow to this level?!” and the truth is, it all started with a blog. Blogging was TRULY my beginning! A decade ago, I was posting almost EVERYDAY and you can still find these posts today!