Tag: mirrorless

By November 27, 2013 0 Comments Read More →

Camera, lens, settings: Hauser Sells a Non-Printed Product

World famous portrait photographer Marc Hauser thinks the decline in customers appetite for printed photographs is permanent. His studio runs over 1600 portrait sessions per year and around 25 BIG scale advertising shoots and clients all ask for his pictures on their screens. So, Marc chose a Lumix GH3, a cool external monitor for precise […]

By November 22, 2013 0 Comments Read More →

Can A Professional Shoot Tethered Using A WiFi Workflow?

Many pros have enjoyed the ability to shoot photo and video files with their cameras connected to a laptop via USB {or some firewire folks left too!} in a tethered config to speed up their workflow and to keep a critical eye on image quality. I’ve been shooting dSLRs and medium format digital cameras tethered […]

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). […]

By September 14, 2013 0 Comments Read More →

Q: What Is The Most Customizable Multi-Camera Strap?

When I knew I would be traveling out of town to shoot a wedding in Kentucky and more work across the Midwest this Summer, I had the need for some type of system that would work for using multiple cameras.   So I turned to one of my favorite  camera strap makers Hold Fast Gear to […]

By August 12, 2013 2 Comments Read More →

Tips to Find the Right Filters for your Mirrorless Lenses

I use a variable neutral density filter to control exposure when shooting video. I also use an ND filter if I want to use wider apertures or longer shutter speeds in bright light.  After seeing Marlene’s great post and video about using a variable neutral density filter, I thought I would give you some tips […]

Focusing in Video Mode

Do you find focusing while shooting video challenging?  It’s one of the things I’ve struggled with over the past couple months, especially when using Lumix lenses on the OMD.  Firmware updates have helped some but it still seems more challenging than the Olympus lenses.  I tend to use manual focus quite often when shooting video […]

Using Video as a Background

Why not change up your hybrid photography video by using video as a background?  It works great for showing off products but would work for other applications too. Most hybrid videos you see are more like a slideshow of stills and videos with some music and fancy transitions between them. However for a restaurant eProduct, […]

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 […]

How Do You KNOW if an LED Light Meets PRO PHOTO+VIDEO Standards?

Seems like there’s a lotta hype surrounding LED lights lately, We see some misused CRI numbers being posted as “the way” to measure light quality. Sure CRI (Color Rendering Index) is a trusted scale for evaluating color for tungsten, fluorescent, flash and other types of light, but what about using it for LED?  Not so […]

So What’s Our Most Popular eProduct?

We’re constantly adding new and cool eProducts and Templates to our selection her on DiscoverMirrorless.com, and the most popular one up until now has been the Talking Trading Card.  Are you ready to make your own cool Talking Trading Card eProduct? FANTASTIC!  In the video above, I’ll share a few ideas, tips, and shortcuts on […]

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