I am proud to host The LAST FRAME LIVE photography Livestream on YouTube every Wednesday evening at 6:00PM ET US.
The LAST FRAME is a 60-minute photography Livestream that focuses on the HOWS and WHYS behind making consistently great photographs. The Last Frame is viewed by photographers in over 100 countries each week.
Regardless of your skill level, if you are working to improve your photography, this is the photography Livestream for you.
Be sure to bookmark this page to see the latest episode, and follow me on social media for reminders.
Each week, The LAST FRAME focuses on a different photography topic with no scripts, no razzle-dazzle, and no canned presentations.
I do my best to give you a lesson or demo, live interview, or a series of tips based strictly on my experience — in other words — how I do it. There will be NO talk of rules. No bullet points, No top 5 ways,
I will share my ways of doing it so that you can understand how other photographers work.
I do hope you’ll join me for the next episode of The LAST FRAME LIVE and let me help you improve your photography. Remember, your BEST SHOT — it’s your NEXT SHOT — and I want to help you make it a great one!
Can’t make it to the live show? No worries, you can find all the archived episodes on my YouTube Channel.
— Joe Edelman
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What kinds of topics are covered on The Last Frame Live?
I cover everything photography! The Last Frame actually started out as a series of short breakdown videos where I would walk through a photo that I had created and share lighting diagrams, behind-the-scenes photos, and video clips, as well as detailed information about how and why I made the creative choices to create the photo.
While I still mix in image breakdowns, now that the Last Frame has evolved into a weekly photography Livestream, I will also dedicate some episodes to newsworthy topics in the photography industry, as well as photography advice episodes.
Some of my favorite episodes have been a three—part series about lighting modifiers, an expanded live discussion about hair flips with models, a chat about the importance of having a mentor, an episode all about photographing kids, and a discussion about how lighting is evolving with the LED chips that we now have available.
If you are able to attend the shows live, you will have direct access to me via the YouTube chat window to ask questions or suggest topics for upcoming episodes. Viewer questions frequently become topics for upcoming episodes.
Please be sure to leave a comment in the chat or below the video so that I know you were able to watch it. It is always cool to see where people are tuning in from.
The gear that I use for my photography Livestream
Ecamm Live Streaming Software
Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II
Olympus Battery Grip Power Battery Holder HLD-9
Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 12mm F2 Lens
Blackmagic Design Pocket Cinema Camera 4K
ATEM Mini Blackmagic Design HDMI Live Stream Switcher
Elgato Stream Deck
Sennheiser MKE 600 Shotgun Microphone
GVM G100W Bi-Color LED Video Lights 3200K-5600K
Here is an article that details my photography Livestream setup: Livestream Setup in My DIY Home Studio for Photography Videos
I do hope that you will join me from time to time. Remember, while I appreciate people watching — anytime that you have the option to pick up a camera and shoot or watch the LAST FRAME — please be sure to pick up your camera. You will learn much more with the camera in your hand than you will listening to me on YouTube.