For those of you fascinated by the architecture in Dubai like I am, you’ll be pleased that photographer Richard Bentley has just released a timelapse after scouring the city for amazing compositions. Using his Canon 7D and some neutral density filters, he spent two and half weeks wandering the streets of Dubai and collecting thousands of photos which […]
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By now, anyone using the internet is has seen some photographs of people stiffly laying across some rather unorthodox objects. The trend, known as planking, spread like fire across countless meme sites and included photos of people planking from all walks of life. Russians are now taking the trend to the next level as they […]
When shooting the cover for a recent issue of The Grid magazine, photographer, Finn O’Hara, was filmed for a behind the scenes look of a cover shoot. The entire video is about a minute and half long, but still manages to highlight a few steps in the process. A very compelling final result called “Confessions of an Unrepentant Smoker.” Have a look here.
There have been plenty of time lapse videos floating around the interwebs lately and it’s inspiring many photographers to give the medium a go. As with any photography, getting the lighting correct is crucial to the end result. Jay P. Morgan gives a walk through of the lighting setup he used when making a timelapse video. While your timelapse photography will probably be little different from Morgan’s, there’s still plenty of sound advice in the video. Some of it even translates into other styles of photography as well.
Josh Owens is making a career out of making timelapse videos. His appropriately titled film, NYC, demonstrates to us the talent that makes the job choice feasible. Under the Mindrelic moniker, Owens has made a number of New York City based timelapses. Have a look at NYC: To make this particular timelapse, Owens set up […]
When faced with the dilemma of not being able to hold his camera and his off-camera flash, Jesse Rosten used a little bit of ingenuity to devise what he jokingly calls the Strobist Jetpack. (Once you see the contraption, the name will make a lot more sense!) He used a frame pack that he picked up at […]
Light painting can be done using a variety of techniques. One of the more common methods involves a very dark setting and a handheld LED light that’s used to write or draw into the air while a photograph is being exposed. If done correctly, the resulting graffiti-like photograph can look visually stunning. While light painting itself […]
As with any type of sports photography, photographing skateboarding takes a bit of insider information. It will be easier to photograph if you know a little bit about the sport. Prior knowledge can help you predict the movements of a skater and also give you an understanding of where you need to be to get […]
Ever wonder it what it was like behind the scenes of a fashion shoot for a major clothing company? Well, now’s your chance to see as Vorhees Studios takes us on a four day adventure in the desert while working on a shoot for IZOD. See how it works here: For shooting in such a […]
It’s no secret that without proper lighting, getting the perfect shot is near impossible. Lighting expert Joey Quintero has taken the time to conduct a masterclass on studio lighting. The course covers everything you need to know to confidently light your subject, starting with the basics and continuing right into some more advanced techniques. As […]