A Singapore Time lapse. Keith Loutit | Instagram: @keithloutit – Facebook: keith.loutit – Twitter: @Keith_Loutit Big thanks to Michael Adler Miltersen for composing the arrangement and sound design for this film! Music by Sepia Productions Sound design by Sepia Productions www.sepiaproductions.net | https://www.facebook.com/sepiaproductions For ‘The Lion City’, the idea behind the extension of the tilt […]
How cool would it be to travel the world and take photos of skateboarders doing their thing? Jonathan looks for the “gnarliest, culturally different place” to shoot his photos.
Anna Louise Herzog summarized the day perfectly: “Just be prepared to say yes to anything.”
Leigh Griffiths decided he would intensively document the trip shared with his best mates. Carrying a Canon 550D (T2i), 2 lenses and monopod everywhere, very rarely did the others see him without it. At the end of the amazing journey he had shot 8.5 hours of footage (with an average clip length at about 10 […]
Steve McCurry is one of the most iconic Photographers of our time. Here is a ten minute piece which sees the world renowned photographer reminiscing about his travels at the recent exhibition in Rome.
Go behind the scenes with Commerial Photographer and Cinematographer Ben Sant of BTS Photography as he demonstates some practical lighting technics to capture a cinematic theme.
Wyn Wiley is only 21 years old… and already shot for Maklemore, Ryan Lewis, Shutterfly and Starbucks….. his first real introduction to photography was picking up his Dad’s Nikon D80 and he started shooting his cat one day. Check out his website at www.wynwileyphotoblog.com
Sports Shooter Academy IX instructor Dave Black gives three tips on using high-shutter speed sync techniques for portraits and action photography.
Jimmy Nelson spent two years traveling to all the corners of the world taking photos of societies that may soon be lost. Though we are not a fan of the intro to this film (apparently Jimmy wasn’t either ) you’ll enjoy the rest. The last photo is stunning! Some wonderful imagery on his website www.beforethey.com
We have never tried this because it has become a bit cliche, but after watching the video we may give it a try. This video may inspire you to create some “Steel Wool Photography”. Note: We would suggest using steel wool in a wire wisk attached to a cable via a carabiner for safety measures.