The Last Post

A few years ago I was given a camera that made me rethink everything as an artist and a working photographer. After using the camera for personal work I became inspired. I knew that my future as an artist was one who used small, multimedia capable cameras to express my vision. This insight to my future was so powerful I felt compelled to tell everyone I could about it. I started Small Camera Big Picture.

Since the start of Small Camera Big Picture, many pros world wide have experience what I have. The tides have turned and we the artists are the ones who win. We’re able to express our vision faster, carrying less of a load and for less cost. We’re able to deliver work faster and deliver more than simply a still image. For working pros this means we can grow our business in a down economy. For enthusiasts this means we are able to blend multimedia with less hassle than ever before.

We’re now in a new age of photography. An era where anyone, with the right training, can create professional quality results. Creative empowerment for everyone. This is a good thing.


While Small Camera Big Picture has had its focus more on the Small Camera, version 2 will focus more on the Big Picture.

I’m very, very excited to get this out the door but I need your help.

I want you to love Small Camera Big Picture like I do. As the site is being built out I’d like to get your feed back on what is important to you. What do you want to learn about? What do you want to see on SCBP V2? While I can’t promise everything will get done (I’m only one person after all) I promise to take into consideration all of your comments.

FYI I will not be posting further on this version of SCBP as I’m putting in all of my energy into V2.

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SCBP V2 Coming Oct

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About Giulio Sciorio

Since 2009, Hybrid Photography pioneer Giulio Sciorio has been blending still + motion & sound with his photography. Giulio is a Lumix Luminary, commercial photographer and founder of - the resource for everything Hybrid. A portfolio of Giulio’s hybrid work can be found at

16 Responses to The Last Post

  1. Warren Capps August 12, 2014 at 7:40 pm #

    G. I see one field for the email address, one radio button for the type of email notification, but no “Submit” button to sign up for info about V2.

  2. markcarpenterphotography August 12, 2014 at 7:45 pm #

    G, where’s the submit button for SCBP V2 email notification? :-)

  3. Mike Murphy August 12, 2014 at 8:10 pm #

    Good luck. I look forward to hearing more.

  4. Allan Templeton August 12, 2014 at 8:21 pm #

    Superb Giulio, gool luck with V2 my friend!

  5. Giulio Sciorio August 12, 2014 at 8:44 pm #

    Hey fellas, MailChimp is monkeying around with form compatibility in posts so please use the form on the upper right of the site on the main page.

  6. Grant August 12, 2014 at 11:35 pm #

    Would appreciate a little more on the mechanics of hybrid production (how to actually make a still image with moving fingers: what other hybrid final product examples are there, and how to make them). If your goals include generating a sense of excitement about this in the masses, we beginners at it need to get to grips with technique.

    Also, the local regional events covered on SCBP V1 are not much help to wider fans of SCBP, like me being OS. Would appreciate if they were filmed for wider availability on SCBP V2 (or some form of the learning was available, abbreviated and partial), even if a fee was charged.

    • Giulio Sciorio August 13, 2014 at 9:15 am #

      Thanks for the input Grant. What part of the world are you based? Also what type of subject matter are you most interested in? – Portraits, Landscapes, Etc..

      • Grant August 13, 2014 at 9:51 am #

        I am in Australia, I am a casual photo enthusiast, I tend to do scenery and cities. I have been following SCBP ever since I made the big leap from DSLR to Lumix in late 2013. cheers

  7. markrychel August 13, 2014 at 8:01 am #

    Too bad G, sounds like you are bailing. Thanks for all your input. You have changed the way I do photography.

    • Giulio Sciorio August 13, 2014 at 8:57 am #

      Hey Mark,

      Think of what I’m doing like what Apple did with optical media or going from OS9 to OSX. Sometimes you have to stop and make a clean start. I think you’ll love what SCBP V2 is going to be and if you have any ideas of what you would like to see please comment.

      Happy to hear I helped you change how you create! That’s an awesome complement.


  8. Ron Baselice August 13, 2014 at 2:00 pm #

    Need any help let me know, maybe more profiles on shooters showing/telling how the use mirrorless cameras in their work

  9. motografix August 13, 2014 at 2:34 pm #

    Hey “G” good luck with V2… scbp is a regular stop for me in my transition to mirrorless& multimedia.Looking forward to whatever you put together.

  10. mrgubrz August 14, 2014 at 11:41 am #

    well, theres a lot of photography sites out there thatll teach anything you want to learn. i think people come here because they enjoy yer perspective and personality and approach to those same things. id like a nice mix of everything!(sorry, lol!) portrait tips, landscape ideas near yer home (where you might think theres nothing worth shooting), street tips, how to interact with models and clients for portraits, quick and simple processing to get it 90% there in 5% of the time, different lighting set ups, workshops, photowalks

  11. LCV August 18, 2014 at 2:43 pm #

    I really like this site.
    Your orginal creative approach to photography. (not about the big camera’s with RAW workflow and editing,etc.)

    I like to learn more about how to “do it right in the camera”: JGP tweaking.. how handle scenes with big dynamic range?
    Simple editing on tablet (Snapseed?)

  12. David August 18, 2014 at 6:49 pm #

    It would be ideal if you can share input on edit and process on tablets. I think light room has an app for windows based tablets. So I would love to learn about new edit on the go technology as it becomes available, hopefully in the near future. Now that’ll have me carrying more less of a load.

  13. darrenbonner August 25, 2014 at 5:46 am #

    Since V2 is going to focus on the big picture, maybe more about the making of the photographs you have produced, from setting up to post processing. Already some good ideas mentioned and I would like to echo Grant’s suggestions about the events being filmed, I’m OS too. good luck.

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