It was a short and sweet sort of week over here at PhotoJoseph Studios due to the Thanksgiving Holiday. But we made time to properly mourn the loss of Casey Neistat's famous Youtube vlog and discuss B&H- funded product reviews!
This week we explored composite photos for interior design photography, lens comparisons for portraiture and capturing landscapes, and the beauty of convenient camera accessories. And to top it all off, we hosted the Ashland Chamber of Commerce Greeters Meeting on Friday morning for a special live edition!
This week's Photo Moments covered a wide range of topics, including a behind the photo on nighttime architectural photography, client delivery, iPhone screen capture and iPhone tethered shooting, plus a behind-the-production for recently released DxO videos.
Headed to Adobe MAX for the week! Check out exclusive behind-the-scenes footage of the conference.
Here at PhotoJoseph Studios, we spent the better part of the week talking about… gear! Spider Holsters, tripod dollies, and travel tripods — oh my!
This week we answered viewer questions, went behind a decade-old photo, and had a live interview with the founder of Backlit Box.
Sometimes, the photo you set out to make isn't the one you come home with — and that's perfectly fine! Come hear that story and many more in this week's collection of Photo Moments.
This week at PhotoJoseph Studios we tackled viewer questions, reviewed favorite photo apps, and celebrated Breast cancer survivors with an in-depth look at Joseph's collaborative book project, "Beauty After Breast Cancer", and took a look at a new product, the LensShifter.
Here at PhotoJoseph Studios, we kicked off the week with a Photo Moment about Joseph's "Sculpture Series", a fine-art photography print series of black and white nudes made to resemble statues.
Tuesday and Thursday were the days of answering viewer questions, with Joseph thoughtfully approaching the questions "Why Mirrorless?" and "What is in-camera focus stacking, and how do you use it?" In these videos, PhotoJoseph gives mirrorless camera recommendations, camera setting tips and more.
The LUMIX GX80/GX85 cameras just got a new firmware update (version 1.1) giving them, among other features, the ability to focus stack in-camera. This means you no longer need Photoshop to create impossibly focused close-up images!