Nicholas Gore

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My name is Nicholas Gore and I'm an event and portrait photographer based out of Charleston, SC. I've been shooting for about 6 years and I'm really excited to give back by sharing as much information as I can.

[Gear] The Pursuit Camera Car

So this is really just a promo that Mercedes put out, but it has a lot of information on how filmmakers shoot those insane camera moves you see in car ads. The rig on top of that Mercedes is incredible, and considering they are doing these crazy moves while the camera is going fairly fast, it really makes you appreciate the car ads you see on TV.


[Pics] Still Life Rotting Food

Check out these beautiful still life images of rotting food by photographer Klaus Pichler. He created the series as a commentary on food waste. According to the UN, one third of global food production is lost or wasted.


[BTS] Sasha Leahovcenco Shoots Dave Moskalets

Sasha Leahovcenco was featured on this site a few weeks ago for a Help Portrait project in northern Russia. This however is a little less crazy, but pretty informative. Watch Sasha as he shoots country musician Dave Moskalets on Folsom Lake.


[Gear] 2.5K Resolution For Under $3000!

Black Magic Design has just announced a crazy new cinema camera that records to 2.5K RAW for under $3000. That’s incredibly cheap for a camera that has features that most high end DSLR’s are currently lacking.


[BTS] Faye Sampson Shoots With Natural Light

Faye Sampson is a photographer based in the UK and has made this really great Behind the Scenes video of her shoot for the magazine Magnetize.


[Pics] Incredible Images Of Life On The Titanic

As today is the 100th aniversary of the sinking of the Titanic, I thought it would be appropriate to share some really cool images of life aboard the famous ocean liner. These were all taken by Father Francis Brown and give us a glimpse of some of the day to day activities on board Titanic.


[BTS] Shooting With The Olympus i-SPEED 3 In The Paris Metropolitan

This is a really interesting behind the scenes video of the shoot for the music video for “What I Like” by Blake. The Olympus camera highlighted in the video was used at some crazy frame rates, from 100 to 400fps.


[Interview] The Strange World Of Steven Klein

This is a really interesting interview with Photographer Steven Klein, talking about his work, especially his then recent work with Madonna.


[BTS] Guess Jeans Spring/Summer Photoshoot

So this video is mostly just absurdly attractive people having their pictures taken, but this video really gives you a great idea as to how big the scale of these productions are. They also seem to be using a lot of natural light for these shoots, which is kind of amazing.


[BTS] Light Painting With WiFi?

Ok, so not technically WiFi, but the series of images in this video were shot using  a specially designed pole with 80 bulbs that turned off and on depending on the signal strength of the WiFi in the area. It’s a really interesting concept which is the result of a collaboration between Touch, a research project that investigates Near Field Communications and a London design company called Berg.


[BTS] Timothy White Shoots for “Cowboys and Aliens”

Well, It seems like the video doesn’t allow embedding so everybody check it out HERE

This is a great behind the scenes video from Timothy White as he does the promotional photography for Cowboys and Aliens. I’ll warn you, there’s not much about the technical side of photography, a lot of these shots are done with natural light, but you can see most of his lighting set ups when he does use lights, and he talks at length about environmental portraiture and creating a dramatic image.


[Gear] The World’s Strangest Cameras

The people over at FLAVORWIRE recently posted a great article about some really strange cameras that people have dreamed up. It’s some pretty crazy stuff.


[BTS] Voices Of Haiti: Behind The Scenes

This is how you photograph a disaster torn area. The (possibly) staged pictures children’s toys in rubble do wonders to sell magazines, but when it comes to getting a sense of the actual people who are affected by the disaster, this is how it should be done.


[Gear] Yat Lee Pairs a Phase One IQ180 with Vintage Lenses

As a fan of vintage gear, both photographic and otherwise, this is really cool to me. Drew Gardner recently interviewed Yat Lee, a photographer in Hong Kong, who instead of pairing his incredibly expensive camera with an equally awesome lens, chose to take another route.


[BTS] Annie Leibovitz Shoots “Nice Work If You Can Get It”

Annie Liebovitz is probably the world’s best known photographer, and in this video she’s working on an assignment for Vanity Fair magazine with Matthew Broderick and Kelli O’Hara for the magazine’s April issue.


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