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Photography Tutorials — Composition

Photography » Composition — over 4 years ago
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In this first installment of the time-lapse photography project known as TimeLAX, the iVideoMaking studio has released a four-and-a-half minute video that shows the bright lights, fast cars, and busy people of metropolitan Los Angeles.
Photography » Composition — over 4 years ago
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Using images taken from the International Space Station (ISS), Bruce W. Berry Jr has crafted together four minutes of timelapse photography sequences that takes us on a cinematic journey through space. These types of video are made using only still images and can take extraordinary lengths of time to complete since each photograph has to be edited individually.
Photography » Composition — over 4 years ago
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The Brooklyn Brewery is hitting the US with its MASH Tour – a festival of food, film, music, books, and beer that’s coming to eleven cities across the continental states. To advertise this, they put together this fantastic stop motion photography tour of Brooklyn, New York, that features all these things that the MASH celebrates:
Photography » Composition — over 4 years ago
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While living on the outskirts of Bloomington, Indiana, filmmaker and photographer Samuel Orr started collecting short bits of timelapse footage of his property when he started kicking around the idea of making a timelpase that spanned over the course of a year. Orr didn’t have to look for a captivating subject. In fact, he set up his camera at a window in his house, which he collected photographs with over the span of 15 months.
Photography » Composition — over 4 years ago
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Watch the biggest ship in the world being built in a mere 76 seconds. Constructed in Korea by the Maersk Line, the Triple-E is 400 meters (approximately 1,312 feet) long. Maersk partnered with the Discovery Channel to produce the presentation, which has been compiled from 50,000 photos taken over a period of three months:
Photography » Composition — over 4 years ago
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If you’ve been looking for a fresh new take on cinematography and timelapse videos then look no further than Toby Lockerbie’s short, Why I Shoot Lights at Night. Lockerbie is a professional photographer and cinematographer who decided to take a break from the daily grind and head to Norway in hopes of clear skies. Instead he got two weeks of clouds and snow. But that didn’t stop him from making the most out of his trip:
Photography » Composition — over 4 years ago
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In previous lessons we’ve been getting pretty heavily into scientific and technical issues, so today I wanted to step back and talk about one of the “softer” techniques. For today’s photo tip, we’ll move back into landscape photography composition. Framing is one of the major photo composition ideas and is a strategy that you should be using.
Photography » Composition — over 4 years ago
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Infrared photography–not as wildly popular as, say, HDR, but not entirely forgotten either–is a technique that, when executed properly turns a bright blue sky to dramatic black and makes blooming green trees look like giant swabs of white cotton candy. Infrared photography is capable of producing equally eerie and beautiful images. Glen Ryan, a photographer who has seen the potential in infrared photography, is going one step farther and creating an entire timelapse video using the technique.
Photography » Composition — over 4 years ago
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Film editor and director Logan Kelsey’s short profile film on landscape photographer Marty Knapp is a stunning look into the man behind the lens. The video begins as Knapp explains his process of making a photograph, which hinges on evocative light:
Photography » Composition — over 4 years ago
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Time-lapse photography, in case you’re not familiar with it, is a time-consuming process which requires a true passion for the art, besides a deep and a thoughtful concentration on the work you’re doing and what you’re trying to achieve with it.
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