By August 1, 2014 Read More →

Coaching, Creating, and Trimming Video Clips for eProducts

Suzette Allen has a great workflow for shooting Hybrid Photography. In this segment from her nearly hour long instructional video “Hybrid Profit Basics”, you see how she starts with her own vision of what the “moving photo” will look like then she coaches the subject on what to do – then shoots it. Next, she […]

Migration to Mirrorless: Shhhhhhh
By July 31, 2014 Read More →

Migration to Mirrorless: Shhhhhhh

My first 3 posts were all tied to my past and the changes that have happened over the last years to get me where I am today as a mirrorless shooter. This post is about something that I’m in the process of learning right now. I’m in the midst of processing a large tournament. My […]

By July 29, 2014 Read More →

How to Start Shooting Video for Photographers

Hybrid photography is here and one of the world’s leading voices in how to add profitable hybrid “eProducts” to your still photo portrait business is Suzette Allen. In this segment of her first hybrid video available as a stream on thePHOTOchannel.pro or on DVD at HybridHOUSE.pro, this gifted photographer shares how to get started shooting […]

By July 29, 2014 Read More →

Great Progress on the New eCard for Restaurants

After months of hard work, it looks like we are only a few weeks away from a brand new way for hybrid photographers to make money with the Restaurant eCard under development by Coach Crockett and Dan Foster. In this post, you’ll see how Will thinks the photos and video should be assembled, uploaded to […]

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Migration to Mirrorless: Video
By July 28, 2014 Read More →

Migration to Mirrorless: Video

I suspect that many a blog will be devoted to the topic of video. There are so many video related aspects to explore! Today I thought I would just fill you in on my history with video because that “past” has shaped my attitude for what Mirrorless brings to the party. About 5 years ago […]

By July 26, 2014 Read More →

How to Setup Lumix GH3 Menu for Color, Aspect Ratio, Size and More.

Watch this segment on how to setup your Lumix GH3 menu for Color, Aspect Ratio, Size and More! This clip is from our popular “Insider’s Guide to the Lumix GH3 SuperFeatures”. To view the full video you can steream it on thePHOTOchannel.pro and also in DVD form at HybridHOUSE.pro (coming sooon!).In this video you will […]

By July 25, 2014 Read More →

How to Setup your GH3 for Recording Correct Scene Brightness

In this clip from “The Insider’s Guide to The Lumix GH3 / GH4′s SuperFeatures” has a little fun with the CREATIVE MODE and shows how yo set your GH3 ad GH4′s iDynamic menu to match your scene brightness. Coach of the Hybrid Heroes shows a great example set of images that shows what happens to […]

Migration To Mirrorless: The Lens
By July 24, 2014 Read More →

Migration To Mirrorless: The Lens

  After writing my last post I was almost immediately asked about my lens choice. After all the best-est-est-est camera body in the universe without fantastic matching glass is only a fancy paperweight. Two years ago I was using a combination of a M4/3 lens that was (and still is) a bit too soft for […]

By July 23, 2014 Read More →

Lumix GH4 test at Waterski Event

Pro waterski shooter Carol Schlintz, also a Hybrid Hero on HybridPhoto.pro, suggested that she was getting excellent results using the Lumix GH3 and GH4′s wth the long Lumix lenses including the 100-300mm and the 35-100mm … but with using the digital zoom menu item. In the GH3 and 4′s is the ability to use digital […]

By July 17, 2014 Read More →

Migration to Mirrorless: A Reflection

I’m writing today the first of what will be many posts on my Migration to Mirrorless. It’s apropos that I begin this series today, as it was on this day 2 years ago that I was preparing (like I am today) to shoot a really big sport tournament. At that time it was my 8th […]

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