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Find out what gear DPReview TV host Chris Niccolls keeps in his camera bag when he's out on a shoot. What are his camera bag essentials? Music provided by BeatSuite.com 🤍 - DPReview.com is the world's largest digital camera review website. Welcome to our YouTube channel! Subscribe for new feature videos, reviews, interviews and more. Discover the world's most in-depth digital camera reviews at 🤍
Summer is macro season, and it's been far too long since we've done a photo tutorial! So Chris Niccolls went out to the Botanical Gardens of Silver Springs to show what tricks and tools he uses to get great macro shots. Shop online at: 🤍 Music provided by BeatSuite.com 🤍 Shot and edited by Jordan Drake Shot on the Sony FS5
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The Camera Store's Chris Niccolls went out with special guest Dave Paul to compare the new Nikon V1 to the Panasonic G3. See how these cameras compare in handling, image quality, video options, lens selection and sensor size. Shot and Edited by Jordan Drake Special Thanks to Dave Paul and Shawn Chamberlain Shot on the Panasonic AF100
Chelsea & Tony Northrup talk to Chris Niccolls and Jordan Drake from DPreview TV about all the horrible mistakes we've made that have lead to broken camera gear. We've run over cameras with our cars, crashed drones into the water, dropped $10,000 lenses, and have endured all of the stomach-dropping moments no photographer wants to experience. At least we can laugh about it? Laugh with us as we relive our stupidity. Cry with us as we recall our follies. Learn from us by never repeating our mistakes.
Sadly, the decision has been made to end DPReview.com and DPReview TV. Chris and Jordan have the details. This isn't goodbye yet though, we still have some great episodes and articles on the way. Check out DPReview.com while you still can! 🤍 Music provided by BeatSuite.com 🤍 Rental equipment provided by The Camera Store 🤍
We're very pleased to announce that Chris Niccolls and Jordan Drake of The Camera Store TV are coming to DPReview! They're not moving to Seattle (that was a little too much to ask) but as of today Chris and Jordan will be creating new videos under the DPReview brand on a weekly basis. As well as the entertaining features that Camera Store TV has always been known for, Chris and Jordan will be working with us to create videos that complement our own long-form product reviews. Join us in welcoming Chris and Jordan to DPReview, and be sure to subscribe to get all the latest videos as they're released. - DPReview.com is the world's biggest digital camera review website. Welcome to our YouTube channel! Subscribe for new feature videos, reviews, interviews and more. Discover the world's most in-depth digital camera reviews at 🤍
Camera hack videos are all the rage these days, so TCSTV's Chris Niccolls decided to present his top 5 camera hacks! Shop online at: 🤍 Music Provided By BeatSuite.com 🤍 Shot and edited by Jordan Drake Shot on the Panasonic GH5
Most of you know Chris Niccolls from his incredible camera reviews with DPReview as well has his former work at The Camera Store. I've gotten to know Chris over the last few years, and I'm really excited to get him as a guest to collaborate with me. There's a whole other side to Chris that most people don't see. He and I share a passion for great photographers, film process and teaching. I think you will enjoy this. No gear to review today, but a great discussion about photography. Photographers mentioned: Fred Herzog Dave Beckerman Stuart Redler #stayhome #withme Watch more studio talks - I'm doing a whole series while we're all under lockdown 🤍 My Lightroom Presets 🤍 Music is from Epidemic Sound 🤍 AoP T-Shirts 🤍 Need a website? 🤍 On my channel you will find videos about photography, cinematography, post processing tutorials for Capture One, Lightroom and Photoshop, photo assignments that YOU can participate in, the Artist Series and more. The Artist Series is an ongoing set of videos I produce as documentaries on living photographers. I am extremely passionate about photography and video and my goal in making these videos is to share my passion and enthusiasm with you! Don’t forget to subscribe and make sure to hit the like button and share this video if you enjoyed it! Ted Forbes The Art of Photography 2830 S. Hulen, Studio 133 Fort Worth, TX 76109 US of A
During our recent Austin trip, Sony held a short video contest, giving press members 45 minutes to edit a short piece. This was TCSTV's submission. Shop online at: 🤍 Music Provided By BeatSuite.com 🤍 Shot on the Sony A6500 Shot and edited (in a hurry) by Jordan Drake
If you want a nymph that sinks faster to the strike zone, and starts working effectively, sooner than any other fly, this is the one. Perdigon have a smooth shell, and heavy tungsten bead and body, which enable it to cut through the water. These are fun to tie too, and make use of UV activated gels to sculpt rugged, and vibrant designs. You can tie these in SO many colours and patterns for any situation. It might be the last nymph you ever need. Check out 🤍 for all the materials you need.
Chris from Bow River Troutfitters ties an incredibly effective pattern that shouldn't work as well as it does. The City Worker is popular here in Calgary on the Bow River as a stonefly pattern that can be dead drifted, twitched, or skated when the stones are hatching. It also makes an excellent late season hopper pattern. This is one fly where we don't recommend changing colours or materials too much. Stick to the tried and true pattern, and it works wonders. All the materials can be found at 🤍
Sergeant Chris Niccolls is here to teach you about how to use a circular polarizer to improve your photography. Jump to it and jump in. Enjoying this new mini series on photography basics? Let us know! - DPReview.com is the world's largest digital camera review website. Welcome to our YouTube channel! Subscribe for new feature videos, reviews, interviews and more. Discover the world's most in-depth digital camera reviews at 🤍
Bow River Troutfitters shows you all the tools and gear needed to start your fly tying journey. We also show you where you can save a little money and what tools you might do without and what will be essential. This is a great tutorial to get started with the tools required to tie your own flies. We have all these tools and so much more at bowrivertroutfitters.com
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Evelyn met up with Chris & Jordan from Petapixel to get their first impressions on the Nikon ZF - a Full-frame Mirrorless Digital camera with a retro design with some never before seen Nikon features. Nikon ZF: 🤍 Video & Edited by Evelyn Drake Special Thanks to Chris Niccolls & Jordan Drake 🤍PetaPixel #NikonZF #Review #petapixel
Chris from Bow River Troutfitters has an easy, and fun, extenda-body dragonfly pattern for you. You can tie these in various sizes and colours, using just simple 2mm foam. These flies can be very effective on stillwater ponds, and lakes, as well as some river systems. Blue is an effective colour tied smaller, to mimic damselflies. In Alberta we would also suggest olive and brown patterns. Get all the materials you need at 🤍
Every camera company has an achilles heel that annoys Chris and he's ready to dish. Here are the worst things about every camera company. Rental equipment provided by The Camera Store 🤍 0:00 - Intro 0:42 - Sony 1:41 - Nikon 2:50 - Canon 4:00 - Leica 5:30 - Ricoh/Pentax 7:09 - Panasonic 8:04 - OM System 9:12 - Fujifilm 10:22 - The wrap
Fuji Instax cameras and film have revitalized the world of instant film photography. Chris Niccolls takes a look at some exciting new Instax products. See instax.thecamerastore.com for more info.
Landscape photography has unique requirements, and Chris Niccolls has strong opinions about what most compelling options are. He'll walks you through his picks for the best landscape photography cameras at three different budgets. Music provided by BeatSuite.com 🤍 Rental equipment provided by The Camera Store 🤍 0:00 - Intro 0:53 - Under $1000 3:43 - Under $3000 7:00 - Money is no object 10:18 - The wrap - DPReview.com is the world's largest digital camera review website. Welcome to our YouTube channel! Subscribe for new feature videos, reviews, interviews and more. Discover the world's most in-depth digital camera reviews at 🤍
The Sony NEX series is the latest addition to the growing field of compact large-sensor, interchangeable lens cameras. Despite its huge APS sensor, the Sony NEXs are the smallest such cameras. The Camera Store's Chris Niccolls ventured out to Banff to take these camera through their paces.
Today Chris from Bow River Troutfitters ties a classic pattern. The Blue Wing Olive is a prolific mayfly however this pattern can be tied with different coloured materials to mimic many species of bug. There is something about a traditional pattern which looks proportional and handsome. Follow along and remember that we have all the materials you need to tie these at 🤍
Chris Niccolls from Bow River Troutfitters shows you how to tie a fancier pheasant tail nymph pattern. This is an easy and effective tie and its main strength lies in the ability to modify the materials and mimic many different food sources for trout. Try marabou in red or olive to mimic caddis, or midge patterns. Silver Tinsel can turn this fly into a lightning bug style pattern, and many different colours of pheasant tail are available to be as creative as you want. Check out Bowrivertroutfitters.com to find all the materials you will need to tie your own! Subscribe to our YT channel to see many more fly tying vids, as well as gear review, and instructional videos too! Visit 🤍 for all your fly tying materials.
The Fuji X100 was a milestone camera, starting the hugely popular X-Series camera lineup, and becoming the travel camera of choice for many photographers. The new X100T is the third iteration in the X100 line-up and The Camera Store's Chris Niccolls and Jordan Drake take a look to see what's changed! Shop online at: 🤍 Music Provided by BeatSuite.com 🤍 Shot and Cut by Jordan Drake Filmed on the Sony FS700
Chris from Bow River Troutfitters ties a very versatile leech pattern. The Fruit Roll Up has tons of movement and is a very quick tie as well. You can rack up a dozen in no time. Try them not only in black, but olive colours as well, for the Bow River. Dead drifted as a nymph, or swung as a streamer is equally effective. Get all the materials you need at 🤍
Chris from Bow River Troutfitters ties a very simple, and very popular fly that catches fish. The Copper John has been around for decades and is one of our best sellers in the shop. We like it in red wire versions too, and with bright collared collars. Try one today and get all the materials you need at 🤍
The Camera Store's Chris Niccolls attempts to kill two birds with one stone by spending a day with his family and checking out the new Sony VG20. See if Chris can juggle these two demanding tasks. Special Thanks to Megan Niccolls Shot and Edited by Jordan Drake Shot on the Panasonic AF100
Chris Niccolls at Bow River Troutfitters shows the pattern for a classic Stimulator with a double coloured wing and a bit of flash. Such an effective attractor pattern which can mimic everything from Drakes, to Hoppers, to Stones. Foam has become very prevalent and rightfully so, but the Stimulator is excellent as a buoyant hopper dropper fly too. Try it today and get all the materials you need at 🤍
Chris at Bow River Troutfitters is tying the Pine Squirrel leech today. A quick fly with tons of movement and easily modified with extra weight or different colour combos. Leeches work all year on the Bow and can be swung or dead drifted. Try one today and get all the materials you need easily at 🤍bowrivertroutfitters.com/fly-tying/
In our first live stream in over a year we return with Chris Niccolls and Jordan Drake from TheCameraStoretv channel on YouTube and the 🤍thecamerastore.com in Calgary, Canada. Our co-host today is Corey Benoit of Faymus Media, one of the top 10 wedding photographers in NYC. A fun show with lots of camera and video talk.
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Join Chris from Bow River Troutfitters to tie an articulated double hook Stonefly. Using a pattern like this can squeeze out that extra bit of life-like movement to induce the strike. The first hook can easily be clipped off if multiple hooks are not allowed in your region. Try this fly in many different colours, such as olive, or a golden yellow, to mimic the Stones and Skwalas in your home waters. All these materials and more await you at 🤍
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Ant patterns are a go to in the mountain streams of Alberta, especially later in the season when the fish get a little more picky. They also work well on the Bow River when you want a general attractor pattern. Using UV Resin gives us an indestructible, high floating, and quick to tie pattern. You can do all black or even red coloured ants as well for variety. All these materials and more at 🤍
We have a high floating, unsinkable dry fly for you today. Chris from Bow River Troutfitters shows you the Foam Humpy. The Foam Humpy is perfect for mountain streams, chasing hungry Cutthroat Trout. You can have a lot of fun with this fly, using different colours of foam, and trying a variety of materials for the underbody. I love these flies for fishing plunge pools with fast moving waterfalls where a normal dry fly gets waterlogged quickly. These flies can also be skated or stripped quickly and yet float like a cork. Try them today with all the materials form 🤍
The Sony NEX-VG10 is glimpse into the future of camcorders. With its huge APS sensor, and interchangeable lenses, it gives the user creative control never seen before at this price point. The Camera Store's Chris Niccolls lets you know why this camera has so many people excited, and we demo some footage from our short time together. Shot on the new Sony AX2000. Shot and Edited by Jordan Drake
Chris from Bow River Troutfitters ties the classic Parachute Adams with a hackle tail and in an olive and ginger colour pattern. This fly sits down in the water and is very effective. It floats well and the high vis wing helps to maintain eye contact with the fly. You can tie these in many different patterns to mimic any number of mayflies. The beauty of this pattern is how few materials are needed to make these. Just dubbing, hackle, and parapost. Get these and many other materials at bowrivertroutfitters.com Please check out the rest of our fly tying and fly fishing videos!
Chris Niccolls from Bow River Troutfitters ties the classic Hare's Ear pattern but in an effective Jig Style with bright orange hot-spots. Tying the fly this way gives more solid hook holds and a fly that sinks easily and rapidly. These are very effective in size 14 and 16. Try it out today and get all the materials you need at 🤍