Luck is on my side……….
One of my favorite photography channels on YouTube is Digital Goya.
Digital Goja is an Authorized USA Dealer of Canon, Sony, Sigma, Tamron, Olympus, Manfrotto, Altura Photo and other name brands based in Miami Florida.
On their YouTube channel ( https://www.youtube.com/user/DigitalGojaUS ) they talk about gear, do lens reviews and give great tips to beginner and pro photographers.
Anyway, they recently decided to give away a number of 8 mm Fisheye lenses and I turned out to be the winner of the very last one.
So thank you Digital Goya ! You guys rock 🙂
PS Review on the Fisheye coming soon )
The Canon EF-M 55-200mm f/4.5-6.3 IS STM at 200mm
The Canon EF-M 15-45mm kit lens at 15mm
The Canon EF-M 15-45mm kit lens at 45mm
Here’s a link to the EF-M 55-200mm lens on Amazon LINK
Here’s a link to the EOS-M10 Camera complete with the 15-45mm kit lens LINK
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In my latest tutorial I will show you how you can get a bunch of free LUT’s ( Look Up Tables ) , how to install them and use them in Photoshop on you image.
LUT’s are basically presets that will allow you to color correct / color grade your image in “one click” giving it a certain look like Vintage, Wild West, SciFi etc.
Here are the links to the free LUT’s
9 Free LUT’s on www.Groundcontrolcolor.com
4 Free LUT’s on www.juanmelara.com
7 Free LUT’s on www.colorgradingcentral.com
7 Free LUT’s on www.smallHD.com
1 Free LUT on Frank Glencairn’s website ( This is the one we used in the tutorial )