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Photography Tutorials — Composition

Photography » Composition — almost 5 years ago
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Time-lapse photography is a time-consuming process requiring a deep concentration and a true passion for the art. You can easily tell after watching the following video, from Belarus professional photographer Артем Прядко. This astonishing video was shot in three cities of China (Guangzhou, Shanghai and Shenzhen) from February to March 2012.
Photography » Composition — almost 5 years ago
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This unusual time-lapse video shows an endless march of airplanes approaching at London Heathrow Airport. It has gained quite a bit of attention because of the delicate appearance of these massive airliners:
Photography » Composition — almost 5 years ago
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This video from photographer Benjamin ‘Von Wong’ gives us a rare and exciting opportunity to peer into the world of a professional band shoot. First, we’re taken behind the scenes with a documentary-style segment about Belgian indie-pop band SX, their work, and the experience of making a cover for their first studio album, GOLD. Afterwards, Von Wong comes on to tell us more about the shoot – the ideas behind it, the lighting and techniques he used, and some tips he learned for next time
Photography » Composition — almost 5 years ago
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The result of an exhaustive four-month project, photographer and stargazer extraordinaire Michael Shainblum gives us EXISTENCE: A Time Lapse Project, an truly amazing accomplishment in time-lapse photography:
Photography » Composition — about 5 years ago
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Timelapse fans will enjoy the new video that was released recently by Ben Wiggins. Very Little Stars takes viewers on a 2:30 minute exploration of various timelapse techniques such as hyperlapse and tilt-shift. There is something for everyone in the footage, which ranges from sweeping cityscapes, bustling pedestrian traffic,and the natural beauty of rolling clouds, sunsets, and stars.
Photography » Composition — about 5 years ago
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What would San Francisco–one of the United States most populated cities–look like if all it’s inhabitants were suddenly to disappear? What if the city became a ghost town and the only thing that remained were it’s many landmarks, places where people would come from all over the world to visit? In Ross Ching’s eerie timelapse (nearly a million views in the last week) of The City by the Bay, you can experience just that.
Photography » Composition — about 5 years ago
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Getting up close and personal with potentially dangerous animals to photograph them sounds both thrilling and daunting. There is a respectable amount of safety protocol, but the fact of the matter is you are still trusting the animal not to make a meal out of you. Reducing the potential for an incident, composite photography can be incredibly helpful when working with animals.
Photography » Composition — over 5 years ago
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If you ever wanted to take a tour of Chicago, here's your chance to do so without having to leave the comforts of your own home. Phillip Bloom has made a timelapse video of the Windy City using his Canon 60D.
Photography » Composition — over 5 years ago
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Dedication is an understatement when it comes to the visually stunning timelapse, Terra Sacra. The video which took cinematographer, Sean White, to all seven continents over a span of six years, documents some of the world's finest treasures in just six minutes.
Photography » Composition — over 5 years ago
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Technology and techniques have marched on since Adam’s day and one of the most dynamic and visually arresting trends in modern, digital photography is that of the time-lapse sequence. In this fantastic video, visual artist Shawn Reeder demonstrates his not inconsiderable talents in the field with his incredible sequences of Yosemite
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