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Video Features on the Canon 5D Mark III

Video Features on the Canon 5D Mark III

There’s been a lot of buzz about the Canon 5D Mark III going around the photography world lately and it’s no wonder why. Canon upped the ante on the latest 5D, packing it with new functions and time saving features, making it a photographers dream. Some of the camera’s more powerful upgrades will also greatly […]

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Impressive Short Film Involving Framed Photos

Impressive Short Film Involving Framed Photos

This short film, Frame of Mind, by Ben Boutwell and Steven Alan is a creative look into the world of forced perspective photography. Frame of Mind was inspired by the opening credits for the sitcom Modern Family and borrowed techniques from François Vogel’s innovative filmmaking. At just over a minute long, the video is short, sweet, […]

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How to Create a Moving HDR Time-lapse

How to Create a Moving HDR Time-lapse

In this video tutorial we are shown how to make an HDR timelapse video using the Dynamic Perception Stage Zero Dolly alongside the MX2 DollyShield engine. The maker of this film prefers the Pentax K7 because of its unique ability to auto-bracket 5 shots with two EV spacings, which equates to ten additional stops. Of course, this dolly […]

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Lensbaby Lens: How to Use Them in Portrait Photography

Lensbaby Lens: How to Use Them in Portrait Photography

The folks over at Lensbaby have been hard at work developing exciting new creative photography tools. I was initially introduced to Lensbaby products as essential filmmaking tools, and I am pleased to see an increase in the Lensbaby’s popularity among portrait photographers. In a series of videos produced by Lensbaby, we are shown different ways in which […]

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Time-lapse of a Pregnancy: Creative Photography Project

Time-lapse of a Pregnancy: Creative Photography Project

We have seen a plethora of timelapse videos surface on the interwebs lately, covering an almost endless array of events ranging from stars and auroras to a man walking clear across the United States. As it racked up over 7 million views in the first 10 days of its posting, the world became enamored with a timelapse video […]

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Stalked by a Lion: Wildlife Photography

Stalked by a Lion: Wildlife Photography

Imagine the feelings that must overcome a person when a lioness prowls 15 feet away from them in the wild. Wildlife photographer Mattias Klum does an excellent job describing such a face-off in a short telling he recorded for National Geographic. Have a look at the following video to hear the story in the photographer’s […]

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Commercial Advertising Photography: 20 Stories Up

Commercial Advertising Photography: 20 Stories Up

Well known editorial and commercial photographer Joe McNally recently did a photo shoot with a very unique dance team. The Manhattan based Anti-Gravity dance troupe combines an eclectic assortment of dance style with acrobatics to form a high-energy show on course with Cirque du Soleil. As you can imagine, photographing such acts requires impeccable timing […]

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Canon Speedlite Flash Photography Tips

Canon Speedlite Flash Photography Tips

Think you know all there is to know about your Canon Speedlites? Syl Arena’s latest presentation may prove you wrong. This masterclass gives a very in-depth, albiet lengthy, overview of when and how to work every last function of your Speedlites. The nearly two hour long video begins with some photography basics that all stress the […]

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HDR Portrait Photography Walkthrough

HDR Portrait Photography Walkthrough

When photographer Kevin Bryan decided to do a photographic essay chronicling the devastation that took place when a tornado leveled much of Tuscaloosa, Alabama, he teamed up with filmmaker Xavier Burgin to document the process. The two enlisted the help of editor Douglas Dillingham and signed on a local model, Rae Marshall, to pose for the shots. […]

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Creative Portrait Photography Tips

Creative Portrait Photography Tips

Canadian photographer Ryan Doco Connors shows the versatility of a one light setup in a short video he made documenting a photo shoot in which four models represented the four elements. To photograph wind, fire, water, and earth Connors employed his Nikon D300 with Nikkor 85mm f/1.8, a 50′ Wescot Apollo softbox, and a single […]

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