Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
Panning is very simple, just set shutter speed, aperture, hold your camera and pan along with moving subject (tracking motion with your camera).
Ever wonder how the image stabilization mechanism in your lens works? So did the folks over at Camera Technica. They took apart one of their Canon 18-55mm lenses to see the device in action and ended up getting some great footage of the image stabilization mechanism hard at work.
Going on assignment to Saudi Arabia can be a daunting task to many photographers. The private culture of Saudi Arabia can make it difficult to tell the story accurately. In this short documentary, Gaifc delivers some insight he has been able to draw from his experiences.
What happens when you take a fine art photographer and a fashion photographer and have them shoot the same model, in the same wardrobe, at the same location? If the photographers are Brooke Shaden and Lindsay Adler, you’ll get some amazing photographs that portray each photographers style respectively.
In case you’re not familiar with the term, TFP stands for Time For Prints and it’s generally the way up and coming models and up and coming photographers eek out a toe-hold in the marketplace.
If you have ever wondered what it was like to be a model scout and photographer, wonder no longer. Renowned fashion photographer, Steven Baillie takes us inside his nontraditional life as he travels the world in search of the next “it” supermodel.
Jesper Bruun is the “the world’s most downloaded man”. In this short video, Brazilian photographer Fernando Martins tracks down the man behind a million pictures.
The number of times in my early photography career that I missed opportunities to capture a perfect moment still frustrates me. During my early photography I spent endless hours reading SLR digital camera reviews until I was sure I found the perfect entry level digital camera.
Kai is on a mission to put an end to those cheesy “MySpace” self portraits that are usually taken in bathroom mirrors with his witty video tutorial on taking self portraits that don’t stink – no pun intended.
We use business cards to develop professional connections and help people remember us, but there’s a certain irony involved in that practice. After all, business cards are supposed to identify us, yet they almost always look the same: They’re white, include basic contact information, and are almost universally the same size.
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