If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to work with a retoucher on a concept you’ve had in mind, this may be just what you’re looking for. Photographer Justin Bettman wanted to create a concept but didn’t have the ability to do so on his own, so he teamed up with creative retoucher and manipulator Krzysztof Rejek to bring his idea to life. [more]
As many of you know, I earn my living as a wedding photographer, It’s a job that I wouldn’t trade for the world, but occasionally I get the opportunity to do something a little different. In this case, it’s about as far removed from wedding photography as you can get. If you remember at the end of last year I showed you how to photograph a World War Two machine gun, this time though, we’re going after something just a little bit bigger. [more]
Night photography is a very broad category, open to many different approaches and techniques to create a unique image of the world, or universe around us. The team at Walley Films has done a great job in this video, documenting the night/light painting photo workshop led by Scott Martin and Lance Keimig in Texas. While you won’t get the full hands-on workshop experience, hopefully you can pick up some tips or inspiration for your own work.
As a commercial photographer for brands like Patagonia, Marmot, and Garmin, Lars Schneider has spent years in the outdoors producing fantastic images for his clients. Being on the road might be a burden for some, especially when it impacts the time they can spend with family. This photographer has included his family though, and has taken to the road across the US in a 1971 Volkswagen. [more]
I’ve been working on a personal photo series capturing movie and television cars (real and replica) for about 5 years now under the title “The Unicorn Project”. I’ve posted about this before on Fstoppers (here, here, & here), as you may recall. Most recently, I had an opportunity to photograph a replica A-Team Van and KITT from Knight Rider while I was in Los Angeles. These happen to be two of my favorite television cars of all time. Watch the video and read the full post below to learn how it was done.
Not too long ago we featured a tutorial that showed you how to make a fantasy desert kingdom out of tourist images, and thought I would share with you another amazing project by a talented artist. Alexander Koshelkov has quite an impressive resume of outrageous Photoshop compositions that excellently use real world items to create fantastical scenes. He just released this time lapse where you can watch his latest composition which took him just over 7 hours and uses 284 Photoshop CC layers. [more]
Today my Facebook Newsfeed has been bombarded with posts about people going to see ‘The Conjuring’. Released today, the supernatural thriller is getting great reviews from critics and viewers alike. Check out this b-roll and behind the scenes footage of the movie. With James Wan behind the helm the camera work is nothing short of amazing. [more]
Fro Knows Photo received an email from Fred Dingelhoff, a blind photographer in the Netherlands. Fred lost his right eye when he was 9 months old to a tumor and then when he was 21 years old a tumor in his optic nerve took his sight in his left eye. [more]
This week the ever talented Benjamin Von Wong has taken a particularly difficult challenge of shooting not only a cover album for classical artists, Homzy/Kesler Duo, but their music video for their latest single, ‘Curiosity’, on the same day. In the behind the scenes video Benjamin walks you through the lighting he used for the photography portion of the shoot. [more]
I’ve seen a lot of DIY setups over the years, but every now and then one comes along that’s so unstable it’s scary and yet way too cool not to try. You can tell by the title that this isn’t going to be some amazing setup with a hundred cameras arrayed. This is what it sounds like…A GoPro on a ceiling fan whipping around your subject while [more]
It seems utility companies are looking for more creative ways of bringing their message across to television viewers in their commercials. Ontario Power Generation has recently come out with two commercials using miniature sets in their commercial production. Watch this very detailed behind the scenes video on how they created the sets, and how they filmed the fresh new take on water safety. [more]
My good buddy and fantastic car photographer Richard Thompson (check out his facebook page) shared a unique shoot he just completed recently. He photographed over $20 million in rare exotic cars using the Phase One IQ180 (80 MP medium format monster) in an extremely rare and beautiful location over 3 days. Even better, the shoot benefitted a children’s charity. Check out the full post below to see more images & to learn more about how everything came together on this remarkable shoot! [more]
Every time I go to state parks along the lakeshore, I always see a few people with DSLR cameras walking around taking shots. Anytime there’s an interesting bird nearby, it often becomes the subject of their attention. These colorful creatures are as majestic as they are quick though, and don’t usually tolerate humans being too close to them. In this video tutorial from Tony Northrup, he shares many tips to get up close to birds in the field or even your own backyard. [more]
We’ve featured Lindsay Adler before – and with good reason. At 26, she is already an accomplished photographer and has been published in magazines like Popular Photography, Professional Photographer, Shutterbug and others. She’s also a great educator, and this video is no exception. In this episode of [FRAMED], Lindsay talks about her 11 year progression as a photographer – everything from how she started to the specific steps she took to get where she is. [more]
If you’re like me, and you upgraded your camera body and Lightroom version before updating your RAM and Processor, you’ve probably experienced speed issues with your workflow. Lightroom 5 has come to the rescue with the amazing addition of Smart Previews. This is going to revolutionize your workflow!