Cherry Blossoms on Roosevelt Island NYC with Sony RX100V
May 4, 2017

Random Vlog #2 & Sony RX100V Photos at Roosevelt Island Cherry Blossoms

Travel Video

No wedding this week! So in an effort to keep that online content flowing, I put together a quick non-wedding vlog of our Sunday trip to Roosevelt Island and Central Park. Okay so not super exciting wedding-related content for THIS blog, and okay not the best vlog for YouTube either but it was fun playing around with the newly acquired RX100V and testing some settings – mainly Slow Motion and recording in the Slog2 profile which makes editing the videos a little different from my previous Sony A7ii video and vlogging workflow.

The previous RX100V Wedding Photography vlog from two weeks ago in Richmond, Virginia I used the native 4K setting, but this weekend I shot in 1080p using the intelligent stabilization option and also lots more of the HFR (High Frame Rate) slow motion. Still loving this little Sony camera for carrying with me around New York City and general family things, not that the Sony A7ii was that much bigger but this thing is tiny! The Sony RX100V is also a still camera too of course, so here are a few photos taken with the RX100V on our trip searching for Cherry Blossoms!

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I saw a video from The Art of Photography show on YouTube recommending the CineSpace profile, rather than Slog2 which I used above, so I think I’m going to try that out this weekend at my engagement shoot in New York City (unless the NYC weather doesn’t cooperate) so check that out on an upcoming wedding photography behind the scenes vlog! Check out previous Indian Wedding Photography Behind the Scenes Vlogs here on YouTube in a playlist!

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