4K Video and the Panasonic GH4

Hi Photo Buffs, If you ever consider buying a new camera, you should really watch this review by Dave Dugdale of the Panasonic GH4.  I know it may be a departure from what you have come to know in digital cameras but this is where the newer cameras will be heading. The onset of 4K capture is huge and the quality is outstanding.  Video capture as high as 4096 x 2160. (Compare that with our...
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The new OptimizePress 2

I’m very excited to see the new and improved OptimizePress (Version 2). They have gone to great lengths to make it better, more versatile, fully integrated with more templates, more layout page formats and the ability to customize the template to suit your needs. The New OptimizePress 2 fully covers the 5 core pillars that are needed for todays marketing challenges. 1- Creates professional...
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Your Polaroid is not dead!

Thanks to “The Impossible Project” and 10 former employees of the Polaroid Company who have reinvented what was once a classic art form in the world of photography.  Their is something truly unique and artistic about images produced by a Polaroid camera and when the company finally folded, it was a great loss to those who recognized that medium as extraordinary. The Impossible...
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How to manage your Google Analytic Scheduled Emails

It was driving me crazy trying to find where I can delete or alter the mailing of Google Analytic scheduled email reports.  There is no obvious place to make these changes but I did manage to find it.   CLICK IMAGES TO ENLARGE Log into your Google Analytic account   Click the “Admin” button   Select the account name   Select Properties Name   Select Profile...
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It’s all about “certainty”!

Your “BELIEF” is the difference. This is the most important interview you will ever watch. Tony Robins, John Reese and Frank Kern talk about the difference between those who wish and those who do. Watch this and ask yourself some very serious questions… Start with your...
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Capture Great Audio

One of the most common errors or short falls I see with home-produced videos is poor audio.  And that alone is one of the main factors that turns a relatively OK video into a horrible video.   If your viewer can’t hear you properly, or it sounds like you’re talking inside a tin can, it presents a huge problem. Thankfully, RODE Microphones have come up with an inexpensive solution...
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