The Top 10 Fstoppers Videos of 2015

The Top 10 Fstoppers Videos of 2015

In addition to articles, we have a lot of fun producing videos here at Fstoppers, whether that be our series of tutorials, reviews, or shoots that show you just how far you can push your photography with the gear you already have. Check out our top 10 videos of 2015!

10. Drunk DJI Ronin M Review

What's a better way to see if a camera stabilizer can keep up than to have a few drinks while filming with it? Check out Lee Morris' and Patrick Hall's review of the DJI Ronin M.

9. Shooting Portraits at f/1.4 In the Studio

Traditionally, studio strobes have been too powerful to shoot at wide apertures with. Patrick Hall came up with a novel technique to shoot shallow depth of field portraits with studio lighting, which he shares here.

8. Behind the Scenes of “Photographing the World”

Fstoppers teamed up with Elia Locardi to produce “Photographing the World,” the ultimate tutorial on landscape photography and post-processing. Go behind the scenes, and see how the video was made, including a guest appearance by Patrick's phenomenal boots.

7. Tips and Tricks for Adobe Premiere

Being a photographer or videographer means spending a lot of time in front of a computer. Finding every shortcut to maximize your efficiency is key to your workflow and your sanity. 

6. DJI Zenmuse X5 4K Night Test Footage With Inspire 1 Pro

Nighttime drone footage is particularly peaceful and gorgeous. Check out these shots of New York City at night, shot with the DJI Zenmuse X5 and Inspire 1 Pro.

5. Sony a7R II vs. Canon 5DS R vs. Nikon D810

The Fstoppers crew compared the three newest megapixel monsters: the Sony a7R II, the Canon 5DS R, and the Nikon D810. Strap yourself in for mud, Pepto-Bismol, and baby turtles. 

4. Microsoft Surface Book and Surface Pro 4

The Microsoft Surface Book and Surface Pro 4 are intriguing devices for photographers. We ran the devices through their paces and compared them to the venerable Macbook Pro. The results might surprise you!

3. iPhone 6s vs. Sony a7R II 4K Video Test

The iPhone 6s is the first iPhone to shoot 4K video. We pitted it against the Sony a7R II and found that the iPhone is quite the formidable competitor

2. The iPhone 6s Takes Better Video Than My Pro DSLR

This time, we pitted the iPhone 6s against the Nikon D750, and once again, the iPhone held its own

1. The New iPhone Fashion Shoot

Lee Morris set out to prove that it's less about the camera in the photographer's hand than it is about the photographer holding the camera. Check out the results and see why this represented such an important idea.

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I new which one was #1 before I opened the page ;)