Image stabilization is a fantastic feature found in many cameras today. How does it work, what does it do, and when should you NOT use it?
The folks behind the Spider Holster sent me something new to review on the air… so let's have a look at what's in the box!
Today we're exploring the Backlit Box, a backlit fine art piece you can hang in your home, along with founder Faxon Moulder. We'll re-watch an unboxing video of my first Backlit Box from nearly five years ago, see it again today as it's hanging in my home, and hear from Faxon on some impressive installations, a bit about the tech behind them, and get an exclusive discount to use for 20% off YOUR next Backlit Box!
FIlming on set in Ashland Oregon!
A viewer asked about screen calibration… how, why, should you? Let's discuss!
Today we go behind the photo on a decade-old image from the RAAM (Race Across America) in 2006!
What is a “Nifty Fifty?” It's a lens, and the one lens everyone should own. Tune in to learn why!
A little over a year ago I shot the GrowBaby calendar, which is now published for 2017. Let's see some photos and talk about the shoot! AS MENTIONED IN THE VIDEO… The calendars were printed on HP Indigo 7000-series digital presses, using 80# Classic Crest Text in Natural White with an eggshell finish. The front and back cover feature a soft-touch matte laminate.
Should you watermark your images before sharing online? A viewer asked this very important question, and we will (attempt to) answer it! Come live and share your opinion.
A viewer wrote in with a specific shot problem they want to solve. We have the photo she created, and looked at how to achieve what she's after! This involves balancing light between the bright background and dark foreground.
Today I needed to shoot some marketing photos of our GrowBaby 2017 calendar, so did it live! It's a simple shoot which presented some unexpected challenges, so join me to see the entire process. Unlike regular PhotoJoseph’s Photo Moments, this one has been edited for brevity.
Today we'll be going BEHIND THE PHOTO to hear the story behind a particular photo from my archives!
The company Focus Shifter / Engineerable asked if I'd take a look at their latest product, the LensShifter. It's a simple handle that attaches to your camera lens focus and zoom rings to help you get smoother movement for video pulls.
If you don't know what RAW is or how to use it, accidentally shooting in RAW can be a frustrating experience. A viewer asked for help, so we're going to try!