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). […]
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I have been wanting to get into a mirrorless camera for a while now. There are lots of great ones out there but I needed to find the one that was right for me. For this commercial shoot I used the Nikon D90 plus my new Fuji X-M1! To put the X-M1 to the test […]
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 […]
In this vlog post I’m going to demonstrate how when you change the frame rate of your video clips, you can add emotion to your hybrid eProducts. When you change your frame rate or clip speed you can do it in camera or in editing. In this video I changed the frame rate in the […]
Our client wanted to have 4 cameras shoot a picture every 15 minutes of the progression of a massive construction job 24/7 for up to 40 days. Then, the images needed to be moved to a “live” view page to share around the globe. Three photographers bid on it, two thought only DSLR’s could deliver […]
Sometimes when your subjects are static, you need to move the camera to introduce motion, which is the whole point of shooting video. The most common used camera moves are the pan and tilt, but a couple of other easy ones are the Pedestal (up and down) and the Slide (shift side to side) or […]
A little philosophy from my point of view on the learning curve for adding Video to your photography to become a hybrid photographer. Hard or easy? I say the learning curve is steep and that you can master it!
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.
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 […]
The Fujifilm X series cameras are one of the mirrorless systems that I use a lot. In this response to a viewer’s email thru the ASK WILL section of discovermirrorless, I wanted to share my ideas on how to workaround the sluggish AF performance of these terrific cameras.