Professional Photographer Lee Morris give his Father a photo of his dream car and then gives him the car in the photo as a Christmas gift. Go to Fstoppers to see the story behind the shoot.
This is a simple setup that creates a dramatic lighting effect. They also review different flog fluids and show the results and the “Hang Time” for the fog.
This video was even hard for us to watch, if you are a newbie wedding photographer and make these mistakes you deserve to be outed on the web. Fast forward to 3:05 and see what we mean.
This is a very clever short clip by filmmaker Thomas Jullien. He wanted to create structure out of the chaos o Instagram. The result is a crowd source short-film that shows the endless possibilities of social media.
What do you get when you put a camera on a remote controlled car and then send it into a pack of Lions? Well you get some interesting photos with a unique perspective.
60 minutes had a great segment on the story behind GoPro which we think you will enjoy. Taking an idea and turning it into a billion$$ idea, goPro has become the go to camera for adventurers. The very first GoPro was sold by company founder and CEO Nick Woodman out of his van all the way back in […]
Fabian Oefner’s photography produces surreal, colorful imagery that captures unique moments in time and motion through the use of centrifugal forces, popped balloons, and more. See more of Fabian’s work at fabianoefner.com
Harlan Ellison shares his views on why he should get paid as a writer. Something we are all probably guilty of but think this goes for photographers as well. This video is a few years old but still a good reminder. Also has some “salty” language.
Kate Brooks is an American photojournalist who has covered the Middle East, Afghanistan, and Pakistan since September 11, 2001. This video has some of the most moving and emotional conflict photos we have seen. Kate shares some of the stories behind the images and portrays both sides of a conflict with equal emotion. Immediately after the September […]
This short documentary profiles the photographer Flo Fox who, in spite of near-blindness and multiple sclerosis, continues her work in the streets of New York. Watch more videos at: nytimes.com/video Follow on Twitter: twitter.com/nytvideo