PhotoJoseph spent most of the week traveling outside of the studio. Following last week's surprise gift of playing with a GH5, Joseph traveled to Portland…then back home…then his flight was canceled and he had to drive all the way back to Portland. He spent a day down in Florida for a meeting with his fellow Lumix Luminaries where he learned even more about the GH5 to share with us. Once he was back in his studio, Joseph changed gears and got out some vintage lenses he bought to use with his GX85. And to end out the week, we had a photo submitted by Oliver Grau from Germany for PhotoJoseph to critique.
This week was pretty basic. Not much happened here on PhotoJoseph's Photo Mome— wait, what? Joseph was sent a pre-production model of the GH5? For real?! This is the biggest week in the Photo Moments yet! It's been a lot of fun over here at Photo Joseph Studios. First, Epiphan sent him an $8K unit called the Pearl-2. Next, Joseph and friends went over to a client's facility to set up a budget broadcasting studio. Then, the GH5 fun started. It was used in/outside the studio…and we even took it to a skate-park. We also heard back from the budget broadcast client saying that everything works. All in all, a very full week.
There was something for everyone this week on PhotoJoseph's Photo Moments. First, his wife found an old Pelican Case in their garage, and inside held a story from 10 years ago. Then, a young Indian photographer asked for a photo critique…and of course Joseph is willing to help out an aspiring photographer. The middle of the week had Joseph playing with a cool app from Panasonic that allows his to control his camera over WiFi. Thursday's was less-so tech-savvy and more-so about being people/customer-savvy. Ans then he ended the week with finally figuring out how to get the Blackmagic Pocket Ultrascope to work.
Looks like the Photo Moments are back in the full swing of things. First, a viewer sent in some photos of his for Joseph to critique. You may remember from last week, there was a photo moment where the audio quality wasn't great. Well, PhotoJoseph found out what the issue was and shared the solution with us. Next, he showed us the Time Lapse function of the edelkrone SliderONE with shots he took in Oaxaca. Then, Joseph took us down memory lane and told us the story of how he was converted from being a "Full Frame Snob" to praising the church of Micro Four Thirds. And finally, Epiphan pushed out an update for their Webcaster X1…and it doesn't seem to have fixed the audio issues.
I've wrapped up a week+ in Oaxaca, Mexico with my partner in crime Eric Mindling, where we ran a cultural tourism photography workshop together. Here is a collection of my favorite photos shot on this tour.
PhotoJoseph is back home in the cold from his trip to Oaxaca. Traveling with his equipment inspired him to talk about the best "Case Scenario". He showed us the pictures that he took, along with stories attached to them. Joseph also brought the edelkrone SliderONE with him down to Mexico, and seemed to have some fun testing it out. And to end out the week, Joseph's assistant, Ryan, brought in a lens kit for the iPhone.
PhotoJoseph started his Photography Workshop on Saturday, January 14th down in Oaxaca, Mexico. They've been busy photographing the land and the people and enjoying the food…but they've without internet / a strong cell signal for most of this week, so the Photo Moments were a bit sparse.
PhotoJoseph is getting ready for his trip down to Oaxaca, Mexico this week. There were some questions about travel photography. Plus, a new toy arrived…just in time to take it with him on the trip. Now, PhotoJoseph is trying to figure out how to stream the Photo Moments to YouTube while he's down there, so he's downloaded some third-party apps and is testing them out.
After hiatus from holidays and sick-days, PhotoJoseph's Photo Moments is back to start off 2017. Along with your regularly scheduled tutorials, we also have an analysis of the new GH5 that was announced. 2017 is off to a great start!
Tis the week before Christmas, and all through the studio, not a mic left un-tested, and no line read too slow. We tested indoors and out, with laughs in between, and cursed at the Senal… whose light did not glow green.