I've had a chance to use the new Panasonic Leica 50-200mm lens, and I want to share results and tell you what I think!
Live Training Session 1704
Learn how to scale, position, crop, and rotate (all with keyframes!), plus speed up or slow down your video in LumaFusion for iOS.
PhotoApps.Expert is now PhotoJoseph.com — so what does it mean, and where do I find things? All of your questions will be answered here!
I've been assembling a “frankenlens” out of the Helios 44-2 2/58, a M42 Converter, and a Wide Angle Adapter for fun and giggles, but it's not quite right… what do you think I should do next?!
Gyroor sent over one of their Warrior All Terrain Hoverboards for me to review, and an idea hit me. You've heard of gimbals… you've seen the hoverboard… what about a hover gimbal?! (OK it's just YOU on a hoverboard holding a camera, but seriously… this could work!!)
Normally $299, on July 16 it's 20% off so just $239 — https://amzn.to/2NlxINt
Live Training Session 1703
Video is only half of your video… the other half is audio! Learn how to use the tools available in LumaFusion in this chapter of the training series.
Sean got a new Shogun Inferno with the accessory kit… wanna see what comes in the box?
The long-awaited Epiphan Pearl Mini is here! This little brother to the Pearl-2 is a hardware streaming solution for those seeking portable, flexible, and the utmost in quality for their streams. We'll be looking at this quite a few times over the coming weeks, starting with an unboxing!
My friends Christopher Briscoe and Eric Mindling have both recently journeyed to India to photographer her incredible diversity. Today we're talking with both of them about their adventures, and sharing some of their favorite India photos. I'm taking a small group to India in 2019 http://photojoseph.com/inda and this is a chance to see what kind of experience you might have, should you join us!
Live Training Session 1702
There are many ways to add and edit clips on your timeline in LumaFusion, and in this video we explore them all — trim, slip, clone, link, and more!
Ever wundered (ha… see what I did there?) about filming 360 VR? This little camera packs a lot of punch. Today we're looking just at 360 video and editing that in Final Cut Pro X. We'll explore this camera's other capabilities (pano still photos, time lapse, live streaming and more) in future videos.
What, oh what do we have here? A box arrived at the studio front door earlier from Panasonic. Inside was the Panasonic Leica 50-200mm f/2.8–4 lens (aaaand some foam). Now… what should I do with this first?
By now you've seen IGTV, Instagram's new VERTICAL video app. Want to know how to shoot and edit for it? Check out this handy tutorial!