With a small set up, it’s easy to take your message to the masses.
But you might be wondering how to go about doing so.
We spoke with Seth Miranda, a professional photographer who regularly shares his photographic and streaming knowledge on various platforms including YouTube and Twitch; using a Nikon Z 6 as the webcam for his streaming.
“ANYONE that wants a better quality level of content,” he says, should look to using a camera as their ‘webcam’ because “with so many creators competing for an audience…it’s easy to let content die if no one wants to consume it simply because the production level is low.”
With the right equipment, you can produce content with higher production value. And when your content is of high quality, it can open doors to collaborating with others and reaching a broader audience.
Using a Camera as a Webcam – Learn how Seth uses a Nikon Z 6 and NIKKOR Z 24-70mm f/4 S lens as a webcam for high quality video streaming.
“With platforms like Twitch and my Discord I’m able to have an ever running community of people of various skill levels share work and keep discussions going. When I go live it’s like a huge meetup even if people just tune in on their phones, they’re a part of something,” he says, adding, “What better way to stay relevant than talking to people around the world “face to face” live?”
Seth’s go to set-up is a Nikon Z 6 mirrorless camera with the kit lens (NIKKOR Z 24-70mm f/4 S) and Nikon EH-5d AC Adapter which is used along with the Nikon EP-5B Power Supply Connector, Lavalier mic. and two light set-up. View his video above to see exactly how he sets up the Z 6 as a webcam and view the below video where he discusses his lighting choices and other tips for producing a quality livestream.
Livestreaming Tips – Seth Miranda discusses tips and techniques to improve your livestreaming.
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