Everyone have a good week? It was a bit hot here… luckily we work in-doors. We started the week's Photo Moments off with the first true Monday Q&A in a long while, (If you ever have questions that you want PhotoJoseph's take on, don't hesitate to ask on either YouTube or Facebook). On Tuesday, Joseph unboxed the Blackmagic Studio Camera 4K. If you don't know what that is, picture an iPad with a spot for a zoom lens on the back. We're really excited to set this up to use as the broadcast camera for the rest of the studio. We were also treated to a second show on Tuesday. Maybe you saw last week's show where Joseph talked about how he was the target of a scammer? Well, this was an update to that… and I'm not going to spoil any of it for you here. Wednesday's show was showcasing the powerful combo that is the Atomos Ninja Inferno and the GH5. If you own a GH5 and are going to use it to record video, then the Ninja Inferno should be on your wishlist. On Thursday, Joseph showed us his teleprompter setup. And finally, on Friday, Joseph took the day outside of the studio, and met up with fellow photographer Christopher Briscoe (who lives right here in Ashland) so they could sit and talk about all of the things you aren't supposed to do with drones. 

Always remember you can catch the Photo Moments LIVE every weekday at 9:30am PT.

It's Q&A time... if you asked a big question in the last week and I tagged your comment for answering, this is where you'll find it!

Blackmagic sent over a Studio Camera 4K to check out... let's see what's in the box!

How about this... following up on the credit card scam adventure, the police came knocking! Apparently these photography credit card scams have been happening in Ashland for a while.

Ever seen the Atomos Ninja Inferno on a GH5? It is a powerful prores external recorder on its own, but when you combine it with the LUMIX GH5, there's even more.

Ever wanted to set up a cheap teleprompter rig? Let me show you mine!

Who knows what this is or was about... it could be anything. ANYTHING!! Well, actually it's two professional photographers sitting down to talk about how drones have opened a bunch of new doors in the world of photography.