If anyone has played with Midjourney, you know how addicting it can be and the “Art” coming out of the program is pretty compelling. If you’ve not played with the program, as a photographer you owe it to yourself to test it out. AI in some form will be part of your workflow, but for […]
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Photographers will really get a kick out of this music video
Jeven Dovey shares some really simple ideas on creating those great B roll effects with your drone to create a cinematic impact.
Are you on VERO, has instagram jumped the shark? Will the mainstream users flock over to it and just not content creators?
Casey seldom posts anymore but I’m always impressed by his filmmaking abilities and how he transitions from one scene and conversation to another.
Sterling Lorence, a legendary MTB photographer, brings you into his world and shares with you the process and painstaking work and planning it takes to get an epic shot.
Award winning dog photographer Rebecca Goutorbe walks through some great ideas on how to improve your dog photography. Some simple ideas from painting a wall in your studio as oppossed to using backdrops to create your own signature style, to getting a dogs attention.
Jim Marshall has always been a favorite photographer of mine and the documentary is so inspiring. Though this is just the trailer, you can find it now on HULU.
Having been to Africa (Tanzania) on numerous occasions as a tour leader, there are times when one wishes they had one of the amazing Cineflex gyro stabilized cameras. Using a 50-1000mm lens, Silverback Productions was able to get some amazing video.
I received a check this year for 2021 from a stock image company and it was less than $60. Should I sell prints of some of my images to help make an income? This video by Adam Karnacz really drills down to the elements that make a successful print business.