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By March 27, 2014 Read More →

How I Sell eCardPRO to Real Estate Agents

One of the best parts of being Coach Will Crockett is getting to know the photographers he meets travelling around the country.  Last year while working on a project for Fuji, Will and Luis spent a weekend at Lakeside Camera in Metaire, LA, and offered a mini seminar.  Ken is from New Orleans and heard last […]

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 […]

By February 24, 2014 Read More →

Q: How do you move a customer thru an eCardPRO shooting session?

Over at HauserTown Studios in downtown Chicago, Will Crockett has been developing a first class Hybrid Studio to serve both Portrait and Commercial Clients.  The main goal in servicing Commercial clients is to create an efficient workflow.  We begin by first introducing them to our webpages and galleries which we provide for client’s use.   A key piece within the […]

By February 12, 2014 Read More →

How Easy is it to Use the Fuji X-M1 Professionally?

When I was asked to photograph the YMCA’s annual fundraiser I brought along an assistant with me, Sarah. We converted an exercise studio into a photography studio for a couple of hours so we could offer a Photo Op for the attendees. Sarah was shooting in the Photo Op studio with the Fuji X-M1 so […]

By February 3, 2014 Read More →

How Do You Know Which Gels to Use to Balance Mixed Lighting?

I’ve had a lot of e-mails through the LinkedIn group lately on how I balance my lighting to ambient lighting and other lights in my setup. Over the past 6 months I’ve learned a lot about continuous lighting sources and one thing that has become clear from the beginning is each brand and type of […]

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 […]

By January 23, 2014 Read More →

What Do I Use For Recording Audio With Fuji Gear

There has been discussion on the LinkedIn forum on what to use to record audio. Being a Fuji X-M1 shooter and not having the ability to use an attached mic I record audio separately when creating a hybrid photo. I use a Zoom H1 and Audio-Technica ATR3350 Lav to record audio. I later sync the […]

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Q: What Lighting Gear Do You Take on Location?

I’ve talked a lot about LED Lighting so far, but I wanted to share a little bit about what I take with me when I’m going on location.  For a typical hybrid photo shoot like the eCardPro or one of my editorial still photoshoots I have been taking a couple of the Larger Dracast LED […]

Q: How Do I Market My Hybrid Photography To Clients?

Now that you know how to create fabulous Hybrid Photos how would you go about marketing it to potential clients? There are many ways to market your hybrid photography that is cost effective. I touch on only a few but helpful ways that you can go about marketing your hybrid eProduct.   You can add […]

How to Create a Hybrid Photo on Location with Your iPhone

ProShow Web has an app for iOS devices that allows you to create a hybrid photo while on location. Here I take you step by step on how to use the app. This app is not only good for photos you take with your iPhone or iPad but is also a great tool to accompany […]

Posted in: Hybrid Photography, Tips

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