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Adobe updates camera raw support G6 and EP5

I think this is the first Camera RAW update Adobe released that supports more mirrorless cameras than DSLR’s. In fact there are no DSLRs in this release only mirrorless and medium format. Cameras supported in this release Hasselblad H5D-60 Olympus PEN E-P5 Olympus PEN E-PL6 Phase One IQ260* Pentax Ricoh GR Panasonic LUMIX DMC-G6 Panasonic […]

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Is Google Drive for you?

So the other day I saw a post “do you use Google drive to back up your photos”? And I was thinking, what is Google drive? No really…. What is Google drive? I’ve heard of Google Docs, but I have never heard of Google drive. So, I looked it up. Is Google Drive for you? […]

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Why shoot hybrid photography?

Many emerging pros have asked me – Why shoot hybrid photography? The answer is we need to be open to change in our craft. Your clients will eventually demand that we shoot a mix of still, motion and sound if they are not already. If you are open to that change and you see the opportunities within change you’ll […]

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Sign Up For a Free Beta of BulletProof- a Complete Offload, Prep, and Delivery Solution for Video Footage

Preparing and organizing camera footage for video editing can be a pain. With all the offloading, transcoding, color correction, and backing up of footage that takes place during a typical project, post-production workflows can get real messy and disorganized. That’s where the soon-to-be-released program BulletProof comes in. Made by Red Giant, makers of the popular […]

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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 […]

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Lightroom Editing Tips for Hybrid Photographers

I thought it was novel when Adobe added video support in Lightroom 3. When they added basic video editing in Lightroom 4 I didn’t pay much attention. Now that I’m shooting hybrid photography I think it’s awesome! Lightroom offers tools that are just right for trimming and editing short video clips. My transition into hybrid […]

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Have your Compressed Video File (AVCHD) and Edit It as a MOV File

As I adjust to my awesome “small” camera system, I’m shooting more and more video. Storage becomes an issue as video files are large. So I use the AVCHD format that my Lumix GH3 offers because it has high quality while being very compressed and creating a relatively small file. The problem is that not […]

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