Date: 14/01/2015 | By: Heather
Introducing ‘The State of Mirrorless’ Video Series with Ugo Cei, Andre Appel & Mathieu Gasquet
Are you interested in the most recent news, rumours and developments surrounding the mirrorless world? Want to sit in on interesting discussions with prolific photographers, bloggers, reviewers and industry representatives as they discuss varied topics such as the hottest mirrorless cameras and lenses, useful photography tips and techniques, travel with mirrorless cameras, and more?
If so, you’ll definitely want to subscribe to The State of Mirrorless, one of the first video series on the Internet dedicated entirely to the mirrorless camera segment. It is hosted by Italian photographer Ugo Cei of F Stop Lounge who, during each 30-40 minute episode, puts thought-provoking questions to his guests and encourages active dialogue that goes beyond the superficial.
He and his co-hosts, Andre Appel of F Stop Lounge and our own Mathieu Gasquet, have conducted eleven interviews so far, featuring important players such as Gordon Laing of CameraLabs, Matthew Maddock of PhotoMADD, prolific street photographers Thomas Leuthard and Valérie Jardin and Sony Artisan Brian Matiash to name a few. Mathieu was also featured as the first guest on the show’s pilot episode back in September 2014.
The latest episode (Episode 11) features Verity Milligan, a talented British photographer we recently interviewed here on MirrorLessons. She is well-known for her vibrant landscapes and stunning imagery of Birmingham, and much of her work is done with Fujifilm cameras.
I’d like to add that Ugo, Andre and Mat always welcome constructive criticism and feedback about the series, so do not be afraid to share your thoughts. Moreover, if there is someone you feel should be invited to the show as a guest, let us know in the comments section below.
Subscribe to ‘The State of Mirrorless‘ today!
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