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I can't open this tutorial in my others devises. please help!

Online Courses For Product Photographers Forums Support 360° Video Course for Jewelry Photographers I can't open this tutorial in my others devises. please help!

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This topic contains 7 replies, has 3 voices, and was last updated by  Humberto Gutierrez 1 month ago.

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  • #5846

    Humberto Gutierrez
    Participant

    I purchased this tutorial and I can’t open it in my iMac computer. I can see it in my cell phone but not in my computer. can you help me please?!

  • #5969

    Hi Humberto,
    What the issue with tutorials? please send screenshots or tell us what is going on. We have tested, all works on tablets and smartphones without any issue.

  • #5997

    Humberto Gutierrez
    Participant

    Thank you Alex, the problem has already been solved. Good course by the way! Maybe you can help me to find, where is the list of the gears for this course? You mentioned that it’s at the end of the course but I can’t find it, Thanks.

  • #6118

    Andrey Mikhaylov
    Keymaster

    Humberto, please use this link for a recommended gear: https://www.photigy.com/recommended-gear-for-studio-photographers/

  • #53844

    Humberto Gutierrez
    Participant

    Hi guys, here is a demo of my last project. I have to say that your tutorial really helped me! Thank you very much.

  • #57638

    Humberto Gutierrez
    Participant

    Hello Alex, I have a question for you. After tow years or more. I don’t know exactly how old is this tutorial 360˚ video course for jewelry. Do you think the Sony a6300 or latest is the best camera for the job? Please can you let me know? I’m thinking about to by a camera to shoot jewelry and I want to be sure. Thank you.

  • #59401

    Andrey Mikhaylov
    Keymaster

    Hey Humberto,

    You have really great results, congrats!
    Sony a6300 has cropped APS-C, higher model like a7RII have full frame sensor. But, practically, with a cropped sensor you get a wider depth of field (considering you use same settings on a full frame camera).
    Considering you’re going to use a camera in a studio under controlled lighting environment, the difference will be negligible.
    I wrote all above with an idea that you want to keep your buget as tight as possible.

  • #60381

    Humberto Gutierrez
    Participant

    Thank you Andrey!

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