By April 18, 2013 3 Comments

Learning Hybrid – The Equipment, Keeping It Simple

Keeping it simple for Hybrid Photography means faster setups and the ability to carry it easily in my car.

This is the second episode in my series of “Learning Hybrid”.

This is a brief description on the video equipment I’m using to learn to incorporate video with my still images to create a Hybrid eProduct.

I’m trying to keep the camera equipment as small and simple as possible so it doesn’t get in the way.

In case you missed it, here is the first episode >> Episode 1 – Hybrid Training

About the Author:

Mark Toal was born in Providence, Rhode Island and grew up in Miami, Florida. His grandfather worked for George Eastman at Kodak in Rochester, New York. Both of his parents also worked at Kodak. Mark has always made a living in the photo industry and has done everything from photo-processing to professional portraiture. Currently, he is a camera representative for Panasonic.

3 Comments on "Learning Hybrid – The Equipment, Keeping It Simple"

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  1. Randall says:

    Mark, would you tell us the model/brand of your mic setup?


  2. Excellent vlog Mark – SO well done!

  3. jshipka says:

    Thanks Mark, I would also like to know your mic setup.

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