This might be the tutorial you have been waiting for, 3 hours worth of travel and landscape photography instruction created by Taylor Jackson. He a full two months to put this together and five days just to edit the video. If you click on the youtube video icon on the lower right of the video, […]
Some good practical tips on how to shoot better color photos. In this video, you’ll learn the different moods that color creates and how to use those colors to communicate more effectively in your travel photos.
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’ […]
Lizzy Gadd travels to beautiful isolated locations to capture amazing self portraits with an artistic style. Follow Lizzy Gadd: Portfolio: https://www.elizabethgadd.com/ Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/elizabethga… Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/elizabe…
Peter McKinnon heads down to Marshall Beach in San Francisco and shares with his audience, how to take non-touristy photos of the Golden Gate Bridge. He has some great framing ideas that you’ll want to take advantage of as well as the idea of getting surf in the foreground. Website: http://www.petermckinnon.com
Before Under An Arctic Sky was even an idea or a film it was a love affair with surfing in cold water. Over the last decade Chris Burkard (Director &) Ben Weiland (DP) traveled across the globe seeking out waves in some of the coldest and most remote conditions on the planet. Why would anyone […]
Here’s a great short film written and directed by Mumbai-based photographer Martin Prihoda that pays a touching tribute to photography. Read more at Petpixel.com
Erik Egerdahl is a fantastic cinematographer and editor, and this video showcases his editing skills with the ability for heartfelt storytelling. Shooting for CRISTAMinistries, he helps share the story of Kelly Crowdis, a veterinarian doing fieldwork in Haiti for Christian Veterinary Mission. Her story is one of pain, struggle, loss and ultimately redemption.
The Southeast Asia adventure begins in Bangkok 7 December 2011, experiencing only 2 days before moving on to Laos, Vietnam and Cambodia for the remainder 6 week holiday. Before we left I decided I would intensively document the trip shared with my best mates. I carried my Canon 550D (T2i), 2 lenses and monopod everywhere. […]
Maison Carnot created an imaginative video using a Pentax 67 Viewfinder as the viewpoint. Beautifully edited and we love the music by A. Taylor setting the mood for the video.