Tag: digital cameras

By April 2, 2014 Read More →

My first gear video review ever- the Panasonic Leica 42.5mm F1.2 Lens for m43: Nikola Danaylov

My name is Nikola (aka Socrates) and this is my lens review of the Panasonic Leica Nocticron 42.5mm F1.2 Lens. Before we begin let me just tell you that I am not a professional photographer or videographer and this will not be a scientific review with resolution tests and charts. No. This will be a […]

By March 23, 2014 Read More →

New Hybrid101 Episode: AUDIO for Photographers

Join us Thursday March 27 at 7:30pm CT for a free live stream of this 45 minute program as it is recorded for thePHOTOchannel.pro. Hybrid Heroes RobbyD and Will Crockett share the options and solutions in recording sync speech in their “Talking Portrait” client shoots using on-camera, off-camera audio back into the camera as well […]

By March 20, 2014 Read More →

Q: Can You Adjust a Custom White Balance?

In this blog post, Joe Smithberger talks about fine tuning a Custom White Balance setting to render color Warmer or Cooler than it’s default, neutral rendering. Sometimes, for artistic reasons, we want an image or video clip to feel warmer or cooler than normal. In a Still Portrait or Talking Portrait sequence, it is usually […]

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By March 13, 2014 Read More →

What is Hybrid Photography and Why Should a Photographer Learn New Skill?

We live in a world of change and technology drives our need to keep up with the latest trends. It’s important because the people who are our clients already are using these new technologies to communicate with their family, friends, and business clients. We agree the quality of an amateur’s work can be improved upon […]

By January 30, 2014 Read More →

Our First Profitable eProduct Goes Mainstream

Our HauserTown makeover continues as we are making a profitable transition to offering eCardpro to our business clients.  We are finding that this product is especially attractive to those in sales and we are focusing currently on a particular group of real estate agents in our local area.  It makes sense.  These folks already possess the ability […]

Q: Can You Do Hybrid Photography with Your dSLR Camera?

Although Mirrorless cameras have many benefits when shooting both Still Photographs and Video in the same session, it can be done using hdSLRs with fantastic results. This post also features a behind-the-scenes look at a Commercial Hybrid Photography shoot that I did with WRL Advertising in Canton, Ohio (www.wrladv.com) and The Mosser Glass Company (www.mosserglass.com). […]

Q: How Are Clients Responding to Hybrid Photography?

Hybrid Photography is moving into mainstream and with it comes the task of moving my existing cliental to finding Hybrid Photography useful for their business. I wanted to take you into the work I’m doing for one of my commercial clients and show you how I am incorporating hybrid photography into the workflow. For this […]

Posted in: Hybrid Photography, LEDs

More Main Light Options for eCardPRO and Talking Portraits

More mainlight solutions for you to begin shooting Talking Portraits and eCardPRO business cards. I want to share with you how I adapted a standard Chimera soft box for use with an LED light panel mainlight.  

Shooting Hybrid on Holidays

Right now I’m on a cycling trip in southern France. I traveled really light and took only carry on luggage for the flights to Paris, and the train ride to Gourdon. Camera gear includes my GH3 with the 12-35mm lens and my iPad. My traveling companion has a Lumix  FZ200 point and shoot with the […]

Feeling the Right Shot!

Some cameras have their video record buttons recessed a bit into the camera body to prevent you from accidentally hitting it.  That also makes it hard to find sometimes when you really DO want to hit it! So I found these cool little squishy peel and stick buttons that fit right on top of any […]

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