This is such a quick and easy video to help you shoot stars and the Milky Way. In less than five minutes Diana and Ian give you the tools to learn where to shoot, how to find the optimal location and time of the month to shoot as well as the ideal camera settings for […]
The capabilities of smartphones are starting to rival some of the current DSLR’s in terms of video production. Morten Rustad went out on a road trip around Western Norway to really push his smartphone to the limit and achieved some great results. Here’s a good article on Petapixel on the setup and equipment he used […]
If you love to travel as I do, you will love this video and make sure you watch it in 4K and at full screen. Take a look at the inside workings of LAX, but from a great timelapse, fast-paced viewpoint. Video by Chris Pritchard and a talented team of photographers. Learn more at Chris’ […]
Lin & Jirsa Photography shares their secrets to achieving unique and creative wedding imagery in this behind-the-scenes video series. Learn how they use Profoto Off-Camera Flash to control light to match their creative vision and create a spectacular environmental portrait.
This is as leading edge as you get with digital cameras. This Timelapse shot on the Fuji GFX100 is simply outstanding. To give you an idea of just how big the images taken with GFX100 are; you could fill a rectangular grid of 12 (twelve!!!) 4k monitors, with just one picture taken with this camera!. […]
Every frame of this video was shot in a raw still format from a Canon 5D2 DSLR. Then processed in Adobe After Effects that helps explains not only the remarkable clarity of these scenes but the HDR effect that’s clearly visible in several of the shots. Landscapes Volume 4 is the compilation of over a […]
This ball of light masterclass is presented by Denis Smithall as he shares the many tip and tricks to help you improve your light painting skills. Check out www.balloflight.com.au Lots of his images on Flickr. Heres a tutorial on the technique on 500px
Time-lapse video by Singapore-based artist Keith Loutit captures 3 years of change in the city’s landscape. He shot over 10 terabytes of footage and used geographic data to ensure that his transitions between the shots are seamless.
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.
In an impressively overwhelming way, 500+ balloons take off in the span of an hour and a half at the Albuquerque Balloon Festival. This time-lapse was shot with the following equipment: Canon 6d, Rokinon 14mm f/2.8 Canon 16-35mm f/2.8 Canon 24-70mm f/2.8 Emotimo TB3 Black