Week 6 already? This year is moving right along! And as I mentioned in last week's update, it's an odd February here for us in Southern Oregon. Flowers are coming up and the air is warming… it honestly feels like April, (well, a New England April). It was a week full a great information, however. On Monday, we started it all with an AMA show… which we hadn't done in a while, so there was a lot to cover. Interesting to note, a viewer called attention to a new finding with the GH5 autofocus. There's a link in the video all about it. On Wednesday's show, Joseph showed us all how color filters effect the results in Black & White photography… and then challenged us! We have a new give-away opportunity, and it involves a photography contest! Just watch wednesday's video and you'll learn what you have to do. (There is no end-day for the contest just yet. Just get out there and shoot!). Late on Thursday, Joseph uploaded a very short video he put together for a local winery… and on Friday's show, took us behind the scenes and showed us the behind the scenes of it. 

We hope everyone has a great weekend! You can catch us on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 9:30am PT for the LIVE Photo Moments.

It's an AMA show! We haven't done one of these in a long time, (our viewers more more than prepared). We covered a wide range of topics concerning: The GH5S (one is on it's way), suggested lenses for a variety of specific uses, GH5 Autofocus with 150° Shutter Angle, a quick product rundown of everything on the desk, and so much more!
Black and White used to dominate the photography world back in the days of film and darkrooms. These days, we can switch back and forth between the settings, but are you getting the most out of your B&W shots? You might want to take a look at what these B&W color filters from K&F Concept could do.
A short film by PhotoJoseph Studios about the Irvine & Robert's Winery bottling experience in February, 2018

Today we'll go behind the scenes and explore the very fast, very short film that I shot, cut and graded in 24 hours.