Tag: jessica wallach

By September 18, 2013 0 Comments Read More →

Q: Who is Your Audience for Your eProduct?

First you need to know what kind of eProduct you are offering your client, once you know that you need to define your audience. Is it one particular person or is it group of people?  When I do my Proud Parent eProducts the video is designed for a child to play on a device that […]

Q: Can shooting with other pros help me with my own style?

I volunteered to be an assistant for a sister Hybrid Shero at her sister’s wedding. I thought I’d learn some techniques and tips that I could use in my own shooting. Little did I expect to learn so much about my own style and what makes me the photographer that I am (and am not) […]

Mirrorless Wedding? Yep!

This is my very first wedding with a mirrorless camera. But this was not just any first mirrorless wedding…this was my sister’s wedding so everything had to be perfect. Not having all of the equipment that I would like to have for the shoot, Hybrid Hero Carol Schlintz came to my rescue and not only […]

The Bride Has Her Dress and I Have – GEAR!

When I offered to let my sister sHero, Jessica Wallach, use my GH3 cameras and accessories for a wedding shoot, I realized that with the event being 6 hours away I had to bring everything that she might want. Then it occurred to me that you might be interested in what “everything” would look like. […]

Hybrid Allows Us to Show More

Hybrid photography takes my work to the next level, it doesn’t make me a videographer or a cinematographer. My goal as a photographer is to show people as they are and stills get me pretty close, but adding motion and sounds allows me to do that even better. I was photographing a party on a […]

Coming in Close…No Need to Crop

I recently got the Panasonic 35-100 mm lens (the equivalent to the DSLR 70-200 mm) and it allows me to come in close and create those intimate portraits I love.  This is my new number one reason I love shooting with a mirrorless camera: ability to get in close with a a telephoto lens.  It’s […]

Your Hybrid Sheroes Talk Video Techniques

We’ve all discovered the joy of adding movement to our products. Whether it’s storytelling with families, capturing sports, making weddings more magical or spicing up corporate photography, adding video is enhancing our creativity and adding so much to our client’s delight. AND there’s a learning curve here, a pretty hefty one. So a piece at […]

Hybrid Photography Offers More Opportunities for Authenticity

I said in the Sheroe’s  Google Hangout of our favorite tools for video that mine was my brain.  What I meant is I think differently when I add video and audio to my sessions.  My main goal as a photographer has been to show people being real while keeping me in the equation, I am […]

ProShow Producer: Changing the Pacing of Your Video by Changing the Timing of the Slides

ProShow Web and other online video creation services makes creating eproducts easy.  You choose a theme, upload photos and video clips, and choose your music.  The program does all the work for you.  However, sometimes you want to refine the eproduct. ProShow Producer is a great solution.  This vblog discussing pacing of a video and […]

By February 19, 2013 0 Comments Read More →

Tools We Use to Make Hybrid eProducts – A SHEroes Only Hybrid Hangout

The 7 ladies of the Hybrid Hero crew at DiscoverMirrorless get together about once a month to talk Hybrid Photography and Hybrid eProducts. On this occasion, despite some glitches in the recording that caused the video to be very rough. Between the bouts of laughter we lay out our work tools when it comes to […]

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