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PhotoJoseph's Photo Moments
PhotoJoseph’s Photo Moments are a short video series that go live every weekday at 9:30am PDT. The topic can be anything photography related… gear, technique, what I’m shooting today, how I edited a photo… whatever! You can watch live at Facebook.com/PhotoJoseph and catch up on past ones here. If you want a question answered in a future Photo Moment, post it on a recent video or announcement on Facebook!
If you use Lightroom CC which does not support plug-ins, you may think that you can't use the X-Rite Color Checker Passport to build profiles — think again!
COMICA sent their dual wireless lavalier mic system, the CVM-WM200, for review. Let's see how it sounds, what kind of range we get, and how it works!
Need to connect a professional wireless lav mic (like a Sennheiser) to your iPhone or Android? It's not plug and play without a special cable!
Some of the most rewarding work I am privileged to be able to do is working with schools around the world as an “artist in residence”.
You've been asking so I shall deliver… a LIVE autofocus test using the full frame LUMIX S1! (And a non-live insert, because… well, just watch!)
This AMA had a lot of info about restream.io (the new service I'm using to broadcast to multiple destinations) and a fast live broadcast setup tour!
The LUMIX S Series S1 and S1R have an optional battery grip, the BGS1. This is a tour and explanation of how to use it and what it can do!
This RGB LED is a well-built, bright, compact and fun little light for any filmmaker. It even has built-in effects, like lightning and sirens!
Avoiding flicker while shooting high speed video under artificial lighting, or shooting in a foreign country can be a challenge. I unravel the mystery here.
Hollyland Tech reached out to me to ask if I'd review their wireless HDMI kit, the Mars 300. At $500 it's a relative bargain, so I said yes!
There's a clever new light in town, built be a UK company called “Blind Spot Gear”. It's an ultra-thin, modular, inexpensive and high quality LED panel.