A Guide to Creating Vertical Hybrid eProducts

Hi everybody!   I wanted to share my latest VLOG post over at DiscoverMirrorless.com where I give my thoughts on Horizontal vs. Vertical photographs and ask the question, “Why can’t we do vertical?  Could we create vertical Hybrid eProducts?”   Using our amazing small micro four thirds cameras it is so easy to shoot vertical photos and video when the moment is right.   I give some great tips and show you the easy to follow steps to creating vertical video and outputting it.    It’s pretty neat stuff and my clients are loving it.   Go on over and check it out!


A Guide to Creating Vertical Hybrid eProducts

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About Steve Lynch

Steve Lynch is a Commercial Photographer working out of Los Angeles. After returning to professional photography from a year long absence he has made the decision to move away from the heavy DSLR and go completely mirrorless. As a single father of two, making this transition while keeping within a reasonable budget has been one of his greatest goals. Steve has a strong background in the entertainment industry and has been educated in Television Production & Engineering as well as being a musician and an avid technology geek. He has also worked as a photojournalist and Editor of a local online entertainment magazine. You can find him and some of his professional work over at his site www.SteveLynchPhoto.com.

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2 Responses to A Guide to Creating Vertical Hybrid eProducts

  1. JHC March 15, 2013 at 11:47 pm #

    Audio….remember Steven. Audio is important. I have watched presenters on discovermirrorless.com using some crazy Google webcam crap and now I can barely understand you in this otherwise informative video. Professionals might think about being more…well…professional. Just a thought.

    • Steven Lynch March 17, 2013 at 3:09 am #

      Hi JHC. Where exactly are you having trouble understanding anything I am saying? Also which presenters on DiscoverMirrorless.com are you having trouble with? If you are referring to the Google Hangouts that have started to become an industry standard, then I really wouldn’t call those “crazy Google webcam crap” those are for having hangouts and I agree the quality of them could be improved significantly, but they do serve their purpose. If they were as “crappy” as you claim then I don’t think every major online site would be moving into using them for group discussions and interviews.

      I’m running all audio through Professional Studio Monitors which are designed for Audio Editing and they are not colored either direction for a very very neutral sound quality. I also double check every video through the tiny speakers on the MacBook Pro, iPad, and through consumer headphones to double check that the audio is understandable. I have not encountered any issues with this particular VLOG.

      Please don’t take this the wrong way when I suggest it, but possibly maybe you are having an issue with the audio set-up on your computer and you just aren’t able to hear any of us correctly. Just a thought!

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