Tag: learning

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 25, 2014 Read More →

Want To Join Me On This Hybrid Photography Ride?

 This is Barry Staver’s first Vlog Post as a Hybrid Hero. Barry is a lifelong photojournalist, “the storyteller with a camera”, and his instinct says the time is right for hybrid photography.  As our established photography markets shrink, disappear, and change before our eyes, we can disappear with them, or say “Hell Yeah” to the […]

By March 16, 2014 Read More →

Simple & Smart Lighting for eCardPRO

Having good lighting techniques is an important part of any Portrait Photographers skills.   We traditionally have worked with Main, Fill, Hair, Kicker and Background strobes.   We modify, gel, and soften lighting with  a few additional techniques.  As Hybrid Photographers we tend to try to duplicate these same principles with continuous light and one thing we […]

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 […]

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
By September 17, 2013 0 Comments Read More →

Q: How Can I Find My Dominant Eye?

Learning to use your dominant eye for photography can make your life a lot easier; from easing up on eye fatigue and strain to greater accuracy and speed with manual focus. Yet, a lot of people don’t know *which* of their eyes is the dominant one. In this short vlog, I wanted to show you […]

By September 8, 2013 0 Comments Read More →

Q: What is an eProduct?

At some point in the not-too-distant future, professional photographers will be making to majority of their profits by selling hybrid photography eProducts instead of prints and printed products.  These eProducts will need to be created and shown and sold and shared as easily and as profitably as possible.  Here’s where photo technology developers (Hybrid Photography […]

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) […]

Q: What are Will’s 5 Recommended LED Lights for Pro Hybrid Lighting?

Ready to buy your first serious continuous lights for shooting pro level talking portraiture? Confused on what size, shape, style of LED light you may need?For over 16 years, I have been testing photo tools for the manufacturers and for ShootSmarter / Discovermirrorless as the well know as the guy that tells it like it […]

Hybrid Photography Made Simple

In this video I leave the tripod, lights and microphone at home so I can concentrate on the creative side of making hybrid videos using a small Lumix LX7 point and shoot camera. Mark Toal works for Panasonic as a training representative in Portland, Oregon. His views on this blog are his own and do […]

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