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Photojournalism in a Combat Environment

Photojournalism in a Combat Environment

To many of us civilians, the world of the military can seem strange and foreign. Staff Sargent Ryan Crane, The United States Air Force’s top photographer of 2011, doesn’t have the luxury of time and comfort that most of us do, and must work in some of the most intense and unstable conditions imaginable. Despite […]

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How to Create a Hyper-Lapse Photography Sequence Around a Building

How to Create a Hyper-Lapse Photography Sequence Around a Building

In this perspective-shifting short, photographers Kevin Parry and Andrea Nesbitt of Candy Glass Productions share their tips on creating a circling shot of any building. This uses similar techniques as a new trend now known as hyperlapse photography. For this project they photograph Toronto’s prolific Canadian National Tower—the largest and most iconic building in Canada. […]

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Soccer Photography Studio Setup Techniques

Soccer Photography Studio Setup Techniques

This perfectly concise video clip gives us a high-energy montage of a manufactured soccer shoot, brought to us by Norwegian photographer Jens Haugen. This guy is an expert on scene construction, among other things, and this recently released short gives us a quick teaser into what his process is like: We’re not given much information, […]

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Using a Merry-go-Round for a Blurred Background Effect

Using a Merry-go-Round for a Blurred Background Effect

This is a super fun behind-the-scenes video of a shoot for the band Fighting for Ithaca, taken on a playground in gorgeous North Vancouver, Canada. This is an exciting session to watch; for the signature shot, the photographer mounts his whole setup, including  Nikon D700 with Sigma 15mm fisheye lens and a strobe with an […]

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Timelapse Photography Music Video in the French Countryside

Timelapse Photography Music Video in the French Countryside

Continuing on with our love of new timelapse projects, we bring you Christophe Thockler’s music video for “Un Jour Comme un Autre” by French trip-hop artist Degiheugi for his album “Dancing Chords and Fireflies”. Through over 35,000 photographs arranged in 120 timelapses, Thockler tells Degiheugi’s story of the world in one day, in one four-minute […]

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The Thief: Camera Snatched in the Middle of a Timelapse Sequence!

The Thief: Camera Snatched in the Middle of a Timelapse Sequence!

This should be an eye-opener for timelapse photographers. In the middle of filming a breathtaking timelapse of the August 2012 Perseids meteor shower for his project, “Helvetia by Night”, Swiss photographer Alessandro Della Bella had one of his three cameras stolen, in plain view of the other two. To make matters worse for the thief, […]

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Interesting Peek Inside Leica Camera’s Manufacturing Process

Interesting Peek Inside Leica Camera’s Manufacturing Process

If you’re a camera equipment enthusiast, you’ve probably heard of the legendary Leica Camera Company—the signature red dot that will run you into the thousands of dollars for the most basic setup, and on into the tens of thousands for the good stuff. These are arguably the most widely-revered cameras on the market, and have […]

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Driving the Photographic American Dream

Driving the Photographic American Dream

Today we’re revisiting Ian Ruther. He and his collaborator, Lane Power, have brought us a profoundly inspiring documentary that is the culmination of a trans-America trip undertaken in the truck/gigantic camera introduced in this article, which was written about Ruther back in April. The product, “American Dream”, explores not only his subjects, or his equipment, […]

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Washington D.C. Empty in this Adjusted Time-lapse Sequence

Washington D.C. Empty in this Adjusted Time-lapse Sequence

In a continuation of the series we reported on a few weeks ago, Thrash Lab brings us a new timelapse video—this time of Washington D.C., with its roads and streets completely empty: Adding this video to the list of others, including New York, San Francisco, and Seattle, the artists at Thrash Labs fly us through […]

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Interesting Time-lapse Angle of Approaching Airliners

Interesting Time-lapse Angle of Approaching Airliners

This unusual time-lapse video shows an endless march of airplanes approaching at London Heathrow Airport. It has gained quite a bit of attention because of the delicate appearance of these massive airliners: They look almost like toys in fast motion, as we see the vulnerable and erratic wobble with which they soar, as the weather […]

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