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Photography Tutorials — Composition

Photography » Composition — over 4 years ago
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Dubai is a truly incredible city. It contains some of the most glorious skyscrapers, including the Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world which is shown multiple times throughout the video, but most predominantly at 1:32. The piercing blue waters and myriad of colorful lights contribute to the breathtaking scenery that rivals that of any major U.S. city:
Photography » Composition — over 4 years ago
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Whenever Air Force Master Sergeant Jeremy Lock raises his camera to his eye, he becomes a man on a mission. “You look for the moment, that brief second,” he says, neatly summing up the objective of photojournalism.
Photography » Composition — over 4 years ago
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There are many timelapses that capture the movements of clouds and changes in weather. They pan over breath-taking vistas and show the stars seemingly revolve around the earth. But few show the more micro aspects of a place. Timecode Lab has created sequences that not only shows you the city skyline changing from day to night, but also captures the smaller, more intimate moments of Montreal during the winter:
Photography » Composition — over 4 years ago
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Much has been said about Dubai’s ultra-modern architecture and the crazy pace of the city’s development. Construction projects that range from the world’s tallest skyscrapers to incredible man-made islands have transformed the oil-rich city from a sprawling desert into a cosmopolitan metropolis.
Photography » Composition — over 4 years ago
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The comedic timing of a well played photobomb is unrivaled in photographic comedy. So much in fact, that even celebrities are getting in on the humor. In the video below, Ken Jeong, crashes a fashion photoshoot, stealing the spotlight from the steamy models. Jeong is well known for his role on the TV series, Community, and, as you can see, he enjoys being in front of the camera in off time, too.
Photography » Composition — over 4 years ago
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You may recall the unique star trail timelapse films done by Gavin Heffernan of Sunchaser Films. The popularity and positive response to the first videos inspired Heffernan to reassemble his crew and make a trip to Death Valley for round two.
Photography » Composition — over 4 years ago
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Presenting a city of sci-fi surrealism splashed with shades of neon orange, yellow, green, and blue, Richard Bentley‘s “Not Any Colour” is not your typical timelapse project. Featuring the already-impressive city of Dubai, the following nighttime timelapse sequence has been intricately edited with an unusual color selection technique that has resulted in a compelling contrast of darkness and bright pops of color. See the effect for yourself below:
Photography » Composition — over 4 years ago
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With gorgeous mountain ranges, volcanoes, raging seas and a crystal clear sky with regular auroral activity, Iceland is a dream location for any landscape photographer. Nicholas Buer took the opportunity to exhibit the immense beauty of the pristine “Land of Edda.” Several hours worth of time-lapse images form this stunning video, tracking the flow of days and nights in Iceland:
Photography » Composition — over 4 years ago
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Photography often involves envisioning a photograph before you’ve snapped the photo. This is especially true for commercial photography, as clients and photographers will usually discuss their ideas and work from there. At some point you may find that the image you envisioned is impossible to shoot in a single frame.
Photography » Composition — over 4 years ago
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We’re are becoming rather spoiled when it comes to all the stunning timelapse footage we come across and, without fail, we always make to sure to express how time consuming and laborious they are to take from a concept to a finished clip.
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