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Photography Tutorials — Composition

Photography » Composition — almost 5 years ago
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here really are no words to describe these two featured time-lapse creations by Gavin Heffernan of Sunchaser Pictures, but if we had to pick just one, it would probably be mesmerizing. What is most impressive is that no special effects were used at all, the effects seen here are naturally created by the rotation of the earth.
Photography » Composition — almost 5 years ago
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Using a DSLR and a Dynamic Perception dolly, the team at Lights Over Lapland made a 14-minute timelapse of Aurora Borealis. The video was made using thousands of still photographs that were taken over the course of three years and assembled into a video using Final Cut Pro, though it’s worth noting that the images used are 100% unedited aside from basic pans and zooms:
Photography » Composition — almost 5 years ago
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Not many of us get to see a total solar eclipse in our lifetime. They are rare and brief. Even fewer, however, manage to capture one on film. Photographer Colin Legg is one of those few. Not only does he just film an eclipse, he climbs a 850m mountain and camps over night to do it. His efforts pay off in this short but fascinating timelapse:
Photography » Composition — almost 5 years ago
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As we approach the last few weeks of the year 2012, we can take a look back at some of the shocking photojournalism captured in a year’s time. This following video is only 60 seconds long but contains a plethora of images from the top media stories in 2012.
Photography » Composition — almost 5 years ago
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Six days in New Zealand and approximately 100,000 photos resulted in a stunning timelapse sequence called The Best Starlit Sky in the World.
Photography » Composition — almost 5 years ago
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For most photographers, the rule of thirds has been pounded into their brain as a hard and fast rule to achieve great photography composition. It’s true that the rule of thirds has proven results,but rules were, after all, meant to be broken. During a seminar taught by master photographer, David Brommer, we learn that there are many other factors to take into consideration while setting up a frame.
Photography » Composition — almost 5 years ago
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With most modern cameras capable of exposing images almost perfectly, the one thing that makes an experienced/good photographers work stand out is composition. Anyone can take a snapshot that captures a moment, and if this is all you want then great, but for those who want pictures that make other people stop and look, the greatest aspect you can learn is good composition.
Photography » Composition — almost 5 years ago
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Have you even wanted to publish your own photo book? In this video, Photographer Shannon Richardson talk about every aspect of publishing your own photo book including layout and design, image preparation, working with the printer, and promoting your book.
Photography » Composition — almost 5 years ago
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Continuing on with our love of new time-lapse projects, we bring you Christophe Thockler’s music video for “Un Jour Comme un Autre” by French trip-hop artist Degiheugi for his album “Dancing Chords and Fireflies”. Through over 35,000 photographs arranged in 120 time-lapses, Thockler tells Degiheugi’s story of the world in one day, in one four-minute film:
Photography » Composition — almost 5 years ago
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When photographer Tomer Grencel found out his wife was pregnant, he didn’t just take a couple photos, he took 1000. Grencel’s photos cover the span of his wife’s nine-month pregnancy from the beginning until his baby is born, and adds a little humor in the process:
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