Episode 68: Macro Infrared Photography with a Bellows

Episode 68: Macro Infrared Photography with a Bellows

Using a DIY-mounted macro bellows, Griffin shoots some weird close-up photos with his infrared camera. Plus, your questions about being a perfectionist, how to lock the stabilization of a handheld shot, and if a zoom lens messes up gimbal balance.

Watch our bonus episode, Converting My GH4 Camera to Infrared (September 6, 2017)
*I paid a company called Kolari Vision to permanently remove the “hot mirror” filter from my Panasonic GH4 sensor, and install a 720nm infrared filter.

Carson recommends using YouTube’s “Transcribe and auto-sync” feature to generate and export subtitle files for free. Lorenz recommends Lumberjack Builder, a subscription-based service for generating video transcripts.

For controlling vocal audio levels automatically, Joel recommends a plug-in called Vocal Rider.

Fstoppers writes about why “I.S. Lock” on the Panasonic GH5 is so useful.

If you’re having trouble setting up internet file sharing with a Synology NAS, Nick thinks it could be a port forwarding issue, and recommends this support tutorial.

Griffin Hammond