Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
Josh Owens' appropriately titled film, NYC, demonstrates the talent that makes the timelapse video job choice feasible.
There is nothing like a great portrait. The really good portraits stand out because the subject (especially the eyes) is sharply focused while the background is blurry. This sharp subject versus blurry background creates drama that draws the attention of the viewer to the subject where it should be focused.
When faced with the dilemma of not being able to hold his camera and his off-camera flash, Jesse Rosten used a little bit of ingenuity to device what he jokingly calls the Strobist Jetpack.
Light painting can be made using a variety of techniques. One of the more common methods involve a very dark setting and a handheld LED light that is used to write or draw into the air while a photograph is being exposed. If done correctly, the resulting graffiti like photograph can look visually stunning.
Setting someone on fire, may seem a little extreme just to get a photograph, but that is what photographer Benjamin Von Wong does in this video.
As with any type of sports photography, photographing skateboarding takes a bit of insider information. It will be easier to photograph if you know a little bit about the sport. It can help you predict the movements of a skater and also give you an understanding of where you need to be to get the best photograph.
In recent years the boundaries between cinematography and photography have become increasingly blurred. In this incredible video from Variable Productions we can see how closely aligned they are
The trick with taking pictures is getting the exposure correct. The exposure is a product of the ISO, shutter speed and aperture. How can you tell if your exposure is correct?
Ever wonder it what it was like behind the scenes of a fashion shoot for a major clothing company? Well, now’s your chance as Vorhees Studios takes us on a 4-day adventure in the desert while working on a shoot for IZOD.
It’s no secret that without proper lighting, getting the perfect shot is near impossible. Lighting expert, Joey Quintero has taken the time to conduct a masterclass on studio lighting. The course covers everything you would need to know to confidently light your subject starting with the basics and continuing right into some more advanced techniques.
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