It looks like Canon may be joining the full frame mire-less camera market soon. They recently applied for a patent for a EF/EF-S lens adapter to be mounted on a full frame mirror-less camera. But are they doomed to make the same mistakes they did with the EOS-M? My thoughts and opinion.
Have you ever wondered what the difference between F-Stops and T-Stops were, perhaps the difference between Photo & Cinema lens? In this episode of Tips & Techniques I talk about lens transmission and why ƒ/4 on one lens, may not be the same as ƒ/4 on another.
Should you give your RAW photo files to your clients? This is a question that is often asked by photographers both commercial and private. In this video blog I go over a few reasons were it may be appropriate to release them and when its likely not. Plus I try to look at this from both the client and the photographers side.
Hello to all my dear friends and blog followers. This weekend I have been very busy updating my computer and cleaning photography gear. So I have been extremely busy. I finally decided it was safe to update my computer to the latest version os OS X Yosemite. However the update didn't go as smooth as I hoped and I have ended up having to format the system and do a fresh install. Not a big deal at all, but the download took all night. So it is Sunday 9:30pm at night here in the Philippines and I have yet to get Mondays retouching tutorial even started. That said, Monday is my birthday. So my wife has plans for me to not be in the office on Monday, that said I will come in Monday night to work on Tuesday video blog. I had planned and promised a video tutorial on Spot Healing Tool in Lightroom CC to a faithful viewer. So that tutorial will come next Monday, July 6th. For Tuesdays video blog I plan on discussing a popular topic that comes about mostly in Wedding and Realestate Photography. Should you give your RAW files to your clients? Well I will cover some angles on this that may have not be addressed before in other videos. So don't miss that blog.. And.. I would like to thank everyone for their consideration. - Joe
On this product review, I review a popular software app for Mac OS X. Sequence, Sequence is a time-lapse photography app used to compile your photos into a video file that features deflickering and white balance corrections. So how does it perform and what are my opinions of this App.