Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
We always understand that knowing the source a of problem can help in problem solving. In this article, I am going to share with you some key reasons that cause blurry photographs. After helping you better understand the problem, I will go on to share how to capture sharp photographs like a professional photographer.
This thrilling video comes in anticipation of the upcoming documentary, “La Quête d’Inspiration” (“The Quest for Inspiration”), a film about photographer Alexandre Deschaumes by filmmaker Mathieu Le Lay (Includes Subtitles). The epic, sprawling look of this film was made possible with the Canon 5Ds Mark II and III:
After seeing such spectacular and unusual photography coming out of Dubai, I set it as a high priority of places I wanted to visit someday. I wasn’t sure if I would ever get to go there, but eventually I saved enough for a plane ticket and rest of the plan started falling together. I knew I wanted to do timelapse photography over there so I started practicing at home many months before hand.
National Geographic photographers have always been known as having an extreme dedication to their profession. They go above and beyond the call of the average photographer, traversing unusual terrains and withstanding unfavorable weather conditions. Tim Laman is no exception to this group as he sets his goals, and himself, higher than the rest
Once in a while you come across a photo that makes you think, “How did they get that shot?” The angle and composition are perfect but you can’t understand where the photographer was standing. Canon’s latest commercial for the Rebel T4i pays homage to those extreme photographers who go above and beyond to get the perfect shot:
Today we bring you a short film by Mark and Angela Walley: a documentary piece about Scott Martin and Lance Keimig, two experienced photographers who run workshops teaching the nuances of nighttime photography. Working together for the past three years, these two Texans get at the heart of the photographic possibilities that darkness offers in Night Photography: Finding Your Way in the Dark:
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.
In this final article on photography tips for solving the photo doldrums we’ll cover two more of water’s cold season photo op’s: snow scenes and snow storms.
Flower photography may be particularly common, but not if you add a flame to it! Fire, indeed, is what chinese photographer Jiang Zhi used in his project titled Love Letters, a beautiful and dramatic set of photographs of flowers engulfed in flames.
Today we’re revisiting Ian Ruther; he and his collaborator, Lane Power, have brought us a profoundly inspiring documentary that is the culmination of a trans-America trip undertaken in the truck/gigantic camera introduced in this article, which was written about Ruther back in April.
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