How to get the MOST out of your CAMERA GEAR – Tips and Advice from OVERLAND TRAVELLERS



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This week we have a chat about how to get the most out of your camera gear, no matter what level you are at with your gear and or your ability. We also give you a few tips with what you might want to start with when it comes to getting new gear or starting out and most importantly touch on the fact that there is no point creating content unless you are going to present it, whether it is in a photo book or creating videos, but to always have an end goal in mind when creating content

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18 thoughts on “How to get the MOST out of your CAMERA GEAR – Tips and Advice from OVERLAND TRAVELLERS

  1. Donald Sunshinecrane Kempf says:

    i have hundreds of road shots taken out the windscreen showing Australia in all its beauty. these are locked away in my dropbox. i do need to make a collage of all these.

    a shame we cant add a shot here on this platform

  2. gameuck17 says:

    Cheers Matt. Great point about actually doing something with the pictures. Guilty, I have pictures I have never looked at since taking. The curse of massive memory cards.

  3. Ian M says:

    Hmmm, definitely Sony yes but lenses can get pricey. Some newer models are also good on auto and maybe ZV1 later can still get into settings , iPhone 11 always in your pocket and body mount for go pro 8 works well. Mavic pro was and is good but nowadays Mavic air 2 on tripod mode for beginners to get around nerves.

  4. Jim Demetriou says:

    Hi Matt. Thanks for sharing. I look forward to your vids. We're off around and through Oz in April of next year. I do intend to document our experiences and the landscape and I'd be interested to know the do's and don'ts with videography. I'm more of a landscape photographer ( Overland Photography) so really, I consider myself a newbie to videography. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanking you in advance.

  5. Chris Riley says:

    Hey mate, Big fan of what you guys are doing 🙂 Thanks for the info, always well considered and presented. I'd be keen to see a video on Youtube content creation like you speak of

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