Fred Lyon was known a photographer who captured the spirit of San Francisco in brilliant black-and-white starting in the late 1940s. He died yesterday (Aug 25th, 2022) at the age of 97. Most notable were his images from the 1950s of night, rain and fog in the city. They capture the both the literal and […]
Martien Janssen put together a really interesting Timeslice video of Bali. This is not a video style I have seen before but it is very well executed.
Peter McKinnon shares his thoughts on the new update to Instagram and talks about the new image format of 9×16.
Chris Rogers knocks it out of the park with the video shot on the GoPro HERO10 in 5K. Add a few ingredients like summer, sun and bikinis with awesome editing and you’ll be wanting to rush out and film your own videos. Best viewed on your desktop at full rez.
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.
Every year GoPro comes out with these great year in review videos. I’m amazed at the adrenaline rushes these videographers must get when filming these scenes. All I can do is sit back and enjoy.. but I did think about strapping a Gopro to my cat and dropping a phonebook on the kitchen floor next […]
Van Neistat is the brother of Casey Neistat and he put together this fun little video of taking a Fisher Price movie viewer and customizing it with your own movies. It might take a lot of cartridges for a long movie, but this is pretty fun project.
Street photography is always a rush for me, I love getting those unexpected shots especially in my hometown of Seattle at the Pike Place Market. Tim Northey walks you through some great tips and the one key thing I saw in his images that he didn’t address, he uses a lot of things from buildings, […]
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.