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Living Art: Photography and Painting Collide

Living Art: Photography and Painting Collide

You might want to take a closer look… the TED Talk begins. The idea that things are not always as they appear is part of what makes photography and other art forms so fascinating. Artist Alexa Meade has taken that idea—that appearances can be deceiving—and has exploded the concept into an innovative artistic technique: “You might […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Skydivers Score Stunning View of Rocket Launch

Interesting Photo of the Day: Skydivers Score Stunning View of Rocket Launch

Adrenaline-pumping activities like skydiving are exciting enough without spacecraft breaking through the clouds into your airspace. But that’s just what happened to Staff Sgt. Eric Thompson of Vandenberg Air Force Base in today’s featured photo: In fact, Thompson purposely timed his dive (located over Lompoc, CA) to coincide with the launch of a Delta II rocket […]

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Long-Distance Hyperlapse Photography Project to Spin Around a Mountain

Long-Distance Hyperlapse Photography Project to Spin Around a Mountain

Candy Glass Productions has given the dime-a-dozen timelapse video a whole new twist—literally. Check out their recently released hyperlapse presentation (which they’re calling “Spinning a Mountain”) below. It offers a 360-degree view of Oregon’s majestic Mt. Hood: To get the 360-degree spinning effect, a team of photographers hiked to 30 different locations around the mountain, taking […]

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Northern Lights Dance Across Night Sky in this New Timelapse Photography Project

Northern Lights Dance Across Night Sky in this New Timelapse Photography Project

As part of the “Experience Aurora” project, photographer Richard Gottardo recently compiled a timelapse video composed of more than 1,500 individual photos. Taken over the course of seven hours between night and early morning and across a distance of 400 kilometers, the video shows otherworldly shades of green and blue flickering behind the snow-dusted Rocky Mountains: […]

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100,000-Photo, Cross-Country Timelapse Photography

100,000-Photo, Cross-Country Timelapse Photography

Photographer Matthew Vandeputte has compiled a timelapse presentation featuring more than 100,000 photos shot during his travels between Belgium and Australia. From sunrises and starry skies, to brightly lit cities and world landmarks, Vandeputte’s Motion Timelapse 2013 Showreel shows a fantastic sense of movement and perspective: This past year I’ve been shooting more than ever, and more than […]

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Hot Air Balloon Festival Timelapse Photography

Hot Air Balloon Festival Timelapse Photography

In the pre-dawn darkness, dozens of vividly colored globes start to flicker and float up into the sky. They’re hot air balloons, and more than 700 of them will fill the skies over the nine days of Albuquerque’s 42nd annual International Balloon Fiesta, the largest hot air balloon festival in the world. This past October, Joel Schat […]

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Touching Photo Album of Man Finding His Dog in Tornado Wreckage

Touching Photo Album of Man Finding His Dog in Tornado Wreckage

When a tornado touched down in Illinois earlier this week, it hit the city of Washington hardest of all, leaving devastation in its path. But out of the rubble—literally—one family found something to be thankful for. Jon Byler Dann and his family were huddled in their basement, safely sheltered but missing one family member—their dog Maggie—as […]

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Smartphones Continue to Destroy Wedding Photography and Weddings in General

Smartphones Continue to Destroy Wedding Photography and Weddings in General

You may remember our post “The Curse of the Wedding Photography Wrecker,” which shared a KTXL FOX40 “Don’t Be That Guy” news segment showing smartphone-wielding wedding guests getting in the way of the professional photographer. The video showed guests getting up-close-and-personal with couples during their vows, when they cut the cake, and even during the first dance. […]

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5 Reasons Why Zoom Lenses Are Better Than Prime Lenses

5 Reasons Why Zoom Lenses Are Better Than Prime Lenses

It’s an ongoing debate between photographers: Are zoom lenses or prime lenses better? Undoubtedly both have their pros and cons, but in the following short video, Kai from DigitalRev TV weighs in with some reasons why zoom might win the day over fixed focal length lenses: 1. Convenience Zooms are the “Swiss army knife” of […]

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Expedition to Iceland for Timelapse Photography

Expedition to Iceland for Timelapse Photography

In June 2013, photographer Eric Hines embarked on a 17-day, 4,000-mile adventure across Iceland, which he dubbed “Expedition Iceland.” The resulting timelapse video features stunning examples of the country’s rugged natural beauty: Some of the still shots from the presentation can be viewed below. The whole project was shot  using a Canon 5D Mark III. “I’ve always […]

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