Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
Ever wonder what would happen if you set the self timer on your camera and tossed it into the air just to see what kind of picture you’d get? The results are pretty unpredictable, but that’s all part of the fun with this experiment. Using a wide or fisheye lens and a fixed focus, you can get some pretty interesting shots.
Having lost his flash triggers in Germany, Von Wong had to make do with what was available to him. Take a look at the following video to see how he was able to persevere to get the job done:
If you’re feeling adventurous and want to try walking on water, you can learn a pretty clever way to make it at least appear that you are right here. In the behind the scenes video below, you can see how Sasha Leahovcenco was able to pull the stunt off for a photoshoot he did with a band called Fields of Prey.
Lapp or Light Art Performance Photography is a style in which you literally paint your pictures with light. If you own a digital SLR camera or even a Lomo camera, this could easily be you’re new favorite hobby! The crazy part is, Lapp is created with only one picture. There isn’t any photoshop skills needed, by simply grabbing a flashlight you will create spectacular works of art.
German born photographer Jan Leonardo Wöllert uses light art performance to create the unique look that has made him famous overseas. This form of photography uses carefully choreographed light painting to create visual stunning images.
The top commercial photographers are amongst the highest paid in the business. In this video we follow photographer Dave Hill as he assembles a cast of many and a veritable battery of lights, wireless slaves, tripods, computers and cameras to produce a photo advertisement for the Ford Fusion.
HDR photography might not be for everyone–Kai, for example–but, that’s not keeping him from making a fun video introduction to the basics of the technique.
While studying painting, he came to the realization that he instead preferred to express himself through performance art and photography. He ultimately decided to leave school to develop a way in which he could combine the two, creating a medium that is, both, a little mind bending and gravity defying.
Although traveling provides an awesome opportunity to capture memorable photos, few people want to cover the risk of damage to his/her photography equipment while on the go. So have these tips to ensure your photography equipment’s safety.
Koto Bolofo takes the time to share his personal motivations in the following video, a behind the scenes look into the world of fashion photography.
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