4K Photographer in Houston Texas


I shoot/edit in HD and 4k, have a 12′ jib crane for unique/smooth camerawork, wide angle and fisheye lenses for style, professional color correction/editing/effects/post production. I have blue/green screen for chroma key work, I can also do transfers to/from a wide variety of video formats, DVD/Blu-Ray creation, record/mix/master audio, post production etc.

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Have you recently bought a DSLR (or other advanced camera like Micro Four Thirds) and use it in fully auto mode? Do you want to learn more about the other modes, but were hesitant, since there is so much to learn? Do you want to get better pictures from your DSLR? Do you want to capture your memories with nice photos so that you can enjoy them many years into the future? Do you enjoy photography and would like to learn more?

If you answered “yes!” to any of the questions above, then read on.

I can meet with you one-on-one to cover any photography topics that you want to cover. I have used SLRs and DSLRs for over 15 years, mostly with Nikon, Canon and Olympus. Sony and Pentax cameras are very similar with slight differences in the buttons/dials and menus. The photographic concepts behind all of these cameras remain the same.

Some potential topics: * Camera operation * Program Mode (P): What it means, when to use it, pros/cons * Aperture Priority Mode (A): What it means, when to use it, pros/cons * Shutter Priority Mode (S): What it means, when to use it, pros/cons * Manual Mode (M): What it means, when to use it, pros/cons * P/A/S/M vs. fully automated modes (AUTO, SCENE) * ISO settings and importance * What a “stop” means (this is very important) * Learn how to use your camera: buttons, dials, menus (you should bring your camera with you) * Lenses: what all of the numbers and letters mean, how they work * “Fast” vs. “Slow” lenses * Image Stabilized or not * Zoom vs. prime lenses * Telephoto vs. wide angle * Contrast * Distortion (color and geometric distortion) * Appropriate type and “length” of lens for various tasks (portraits, candid shots, fast action, etc.) * Lighting & Flash * Metering & Exposure * Exposure compensation with and without flash * Exposure Bracketing * Exposure lock * Flash modes: TTL vs. manual * Images & post processing (need a laptop) * JPEG vs. RAW (pros/cons) * RAW converters * Tools, tips and techniques (I recommend Adobe Lightroom) * Simple editing tools and techniques * Other topics * Advanced menu settings (custom settings) * Trade-offs between different camera bodies, different brands * Trade-offs between bodies and lenses (where to invest your money) * How to ensure that you have a good copy of body/lens when you buy something * Where to find good deals on equipment * Whatever else you’d like to cover!