Tag: micro four thirds

By February 19, 2014 Read More →

Hybrid Photography Has Gone to the Dogs… Quite Literally

Hybrid Photography has gone to the dogs… and cats and birds, ferrits, bunnies, lizards…. WHAT???!!! Sometimes one’s journey gets “interrupted”. As I was enjoying the start of my hybrid career (and still am) shooting families, sports and professionals hybrid style I rescued a dog who was only hours from euthanasia. His name is Wrigley and […]

Great shots with the LUMIX 100-300mm f4-5.6 MFT lens

After watching Crockett’s video about the Panasonic Lumix 100-300mm f4-5.6 G lens I decided to get another copy and try it again. Like Will, I had used this lens before and was not impressed with the image quality. I took the 100-300mm with me to Costa Rica last week and gave it a workout. Instead […]

Using Video as a Background

Why not change up your hybrid photography video by using video as a background?  It works great for showing off products but would work for other applications too. Most hybrid videos you see are more like a slideshow of stills and videos with some music and fancy transitions between them. However for a restaurant eProduct, […]

Going Hybrid On a Budget: 5 Valuable Tools for the Emerging Hybrid Photographer

For the past several years I’ve been slowly developing my photographic style into a more minimalist approach. You see I’ve been that guy who has spent thousands of dollars chasing the “Pro Photography Equipment makes you a better photographer” illusion. From the illustrious “Full Frame” 35mm dSLRs to the Canon “L” professional lenses, I have […]

Creating eProducts For Selling Items Online

After migrating Hybrid Photography into what I am already doing it got me to thinking.  As Hybrid Photographers we need to find more ways to incorporate Hybrid eProducts into what we are already shooting.  I know I do a lot of different things that aren’t my professional clientele.   So I’ve decided to bring an […]

Re-Testing the Lumix 100-300mm Zoom

A few months ago, a tribe of posters on one of the big photo forums made it clear that my opinion on the Lumix 100-300mm zoom was wrong. Ha!  Dunno how an opinion can be wrong, but I’m always open to ideas and when I met up for coffee with my friend Scott Bourne I […]

Adding Video to Food Blogs

I’ve had a food blog for several years now and have never posted a video on it until now.  My first video blog post on Gapey’s Grub was done on smoked asparagus and panko crusted eggs, a recipe from the Herbivoracious cookbook. Watch as the smoke pours out of the pan when I lift the lid covering the […]

By February 7, 2013 3 Comments Read More →

Is the Lumix G 35-100 f2.8 a DSLR Killer?

Is the Lumix G 35-100 f2.8 lens for the Lumix GH3 M43 system a DSLR killer (because it replaces the 70-200 f2.8 zoom lens for full frame DSLR cameras)? Longtime Southern California Pro Photographer Paul Gero explores mirrorless and invites you to come along for the ride.  He’ll share images from this lens on both […]

By February 5, 2013 0 Comments Read More →

How to Combine Audio and Music for Your Hybrid eProduct

I went to an event for foodies in Seattle called The Seattle Underground Market and ended up taking more videos than stills which is probably a first for me.  I talked a bit about the event and the hybrid eProduct I put together in a hangout with some of the other Hybrid Sheroes which you […]

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By February 1, 2013 12 Comments Read More →

The Micro Four Thirds Camera Bag Challenge

After receiving my new Panasonic Lumix G5 last week I found myself in quite a dilemma. I did not have a bag that fit it. The current LowePro Edit 110 I was using for my GF3 was not big enough, and my other bags were too big. Watch as I continue my migration to mirrorless and […]

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