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Noam Galai

Staff Writer & Flickr Spotlight http://www.noamgalai.com +Noam Galai@ngalaiFacebook
My name is Noam and I’m a commercial celebrity and entertainment photographer based in New York City. I specialize in studio photography, live events, concerts and red carpets.I am a Getty Images Entertainment and WireImage contributor and photograph entertainment-related assignments for them on daily basis.Media Links For Noam Galai: WEBSITE TWITTER FACEBOOK

How To Balance Strobes With Constant Light Like a Pro

One of the most important things to know as a photographer is how to balance available light with controlled light. Unfortunately, many in the industry lack the knowledge and the techniques of how to do it. Watch this short video to learn the basics on balancing light bulbs (constant light) with strobes (controlled light) – simple and important.

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1SE, Because We Are Too Damn Busy To Remember The Things We Did

Being a photographer (or videographer) is probably one of the most interesting professions out there. We get to experience so many things no one else can. We get unique access to shoot amazing people, events or places. Personally, I find it hard to remember all these things I do every day and tend to forget some pretty fantastic things. Exactly one year ago I found a great solution for that problem, an app that became the favorite thing on my phone – 1 Second Everyday. [more]

Lindsay Adler and Brooke Shaden Talk Business and Photography

Here at Fstoppers we featured both Brooke Shaden and Lindsay Adler countless of times for their great photographic work as well as their methods of working and handling business. Today they joined forces once again and did an hour and a half live broadcast answering questions asked by fellow photographers – from inspiration to business and struggles. Bring some snacks, sit back and enjoy! [more]

Shoot Above The Fog To Make Your Photos Look Dreamy

Many times having heavy fog outside means you can’t really shoot much – it’s hard to see anything and it’s uncontrollable (unlike fog/smoke machines). But what happens if you decide to change your angle of shooting and go above the fog? taking a car to a nearby mountain or going on a tall skyscraper will give you a unique angle and view over the city where you can shoot great images of the city covered with clouds, images that not too many others have in their book. Here are some of the best Flickr photos of cities covered by fog. Enjoy! [more]

Lynn Goldsmith Shares Her Stories Of Working With The Biggest Stars In The World

Lynn Goldsmith is considered to be one of the best music photographers in the world. She was one of the only female photographers in the scene in the 70s and 80s, and photographed pretty much all legend we can think of. From Michael Jackson to Bruce Springsteen, Bob Marley and The Beatles. In this interview with CBS she shares some of the stories and experiences she had as a rock and roll photographer. [more]

This Magical Snow Video Was Shot On The iPhone In One Take

Last week Jerusalem had one of the heaviest snow storms ever recorded in the region. Media outlets called it a “Historic Storm” and “Biblical Snowstorm,” and thousands of people lost power and got stuck at home. Some even got stuck in their cars on the highway. This didn’t stop photography student Nitzan Yogev (24) from going outside, hopping on the light-rail train and recording one of the most captivating snow videos I’ve ever seen – and all shot on the iPhone 5s. [more]

Filmmaker Creates Awesome Car Commercial For His Used ’96 Nissan Maxima

Orlando-based Filmmaker Luke Aker recently decided to sell his old and (very) used 1996 Nissan Maxima. He knew it won’t be easy to find a buyer for the car, so he used his talent and skills and created a video commercial for it. To be honest? It’s way better than most car commercials on TV. “Luxury Defined”. [more]

Michael Shainblum: The Art Behind The Time Lapse

San Diego based photographer, Michael Shainblum, is not only a great photographer, he’s also an incredible time-lapser. When Michael was young he was diagnosed with Dyslexia and learning disabilities, and got discouraged when he saw that other kids succeed and do well while he struggles. He quickly realized he can excel in art, and decided to take this route to succeed in life. For the past few years Michael has created some of the best time-lapse videos ever created. VICE filmed this very interesting documentary about him and his work – sit back and enjoy! [more]

Everything You Need To Know About Overpowering The Sun With a Flash

Trevor Sherwin recently traveled to Kenya, and decided to use this opportunity to create some amazing images for his portfolio. Most people who travel to the area tend to focus on the wildlife, but Trevor wanted to focus on something else – people. He wanted to create dramatic portraits of the local tribes in a way that shows both the people and the location. Check out his great video explaining his method of shooting. [more]

Selfie-off: Kobe Bryant Vs. Lionel Messi

Soccer superstar Lionel Messi and Basketball All-Star Kobe Bryant joined forces once again, and with the help of Turkish Airlines they went on a quest of awesome selfies around the world. When the biggest sports stars in the world compete – it doesn’t matter if they compete in soccer, basketball, chess, air hockey or photography – they will give all they have to win. The real winner? Probably Turkish Airlines. [more]

Get Ready For The Winter With These Must Have Items

The winter is coming. Actually, it’s already here. Temperatures are dropping quickly and snow is falling, but we need to keep shooting and working. Here are few small (and cheap*) items that can help you survive the winter as a photographer, make your life easier and make the winter less annoying.
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Help a Fellow Photographer Get a New Wheelchair

Jaleel King is a great wedding and fashion photographer from Philadelphia, but other than being very talented, he’s also a very special and strong person. When Jaleel was 8 years old, his neighbor shot him with a shotgun and left him paralyzed from his waist down. Since that incident Jaleel have to use a wheelchair to move around. His current wheelchair is 6 years old and breaking apart, but insurance companies deny any of his requests for a new and safer wheelchair. This is where the photography community comes in – let’s help Jaleel get a new wheelchair today! [more]

How Instagram Brought Me Business After Only One Week Using It

For the past 2 years I refused to join Instagram. I just didn’t think it was for me, I didn’t believe I need it for my business and I just didn’t like the idea of destroying my photos by cropping them and adding weird filters. So many people tried to convince me to join Instagram in the past year or two, and I always said “No chance!” But finally, after continuing insistence by friends, last month I decided to finally give it a try and just one week later, I got my first corporate client from it. Kind of crazy. [more]

The 2.5D Effect: How To Make a Parallax Image

There is something magical about having your 2D photos seem like they’re actually 3D. It brings them to life in a way none other method can. The depth, the complexity and the subtle movements give your regular 2D photos more meaning and context, and it makes the viewer focus on the image much more than normal. Joe Fellows is a master of the 2.5D (Parallax) Effect and in this short video he shows you everything you need to know to make this effect yourself on your own images. [more]

Berserk: Mental Institution Themed High-Fashion Photoshoot

Amy Lynn is a 24 year old photographer from Nebraska who wanted to do an institutionalized themed shoot for a long time. Right before Halloween, she decided to finally make it happen by heading to local thrift shops in search of the right materials to match her vision. The BTS video captures the whole process and the final results are more than awesome. [more]

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