Howdy everyone and welcome to the Wednesday Rundown. This week we have a great shoot and edit of Norah Jones’ photo shoot for Time Out NY. The photographer, Dale May, shows us how he created the final composite for the magazine cover. If you have a great and informative video you want to see in the Wednesday Rundown please shoot me an email firstname.lastname@example.org .
Photographer Irving Lubis (Pink Sword), based in Yogyakarta, Indonesia has captured a captivating group of images by shooting silhouettes against the setting sun. With everything from children to field workers and cattle, Lubis’ series leaves you with a sense of mystery and fantasy. As simple as these shots can be to make, the composition is what grabs me most. Enjoy! [more]
I know that I’ve posted other reviews about the FS700, but with this camera being a less expensive alternative to other high frame rate camera, the more reviews I see the more excited I get about it. Andrew Young from Archipelago Films was also able to get his hands on a pre-production copy of the Sony NEX-FS700 for four days. [more]
We see planes flying around us everyday, usually they are pretty far away and look pretty boring to the naked eye. To add to that, most photos of planes are somewhat boring and uncreative and always look the same. This is why I decided to show you those amazing photos of planes flying in the sky. Check them out and let us know which are your favorite!
Takealot.com is South Africa’s leading online retailer. Follow the brand as they unveil their new marketing spokesmen or cavespokesman or perhaps it’s spokescaveman. Watch as you meet the marketing team as they prep makeup and show a bit of outtakes and product photography with the characters of the new ad campaign. [more]
Howdy everyone and welcome to the Wednesday Rundown. This week we have an interesting video on cigar photography. Of course you can apply this techniques to any type of product photography. You have to see how Brian uses a light table to create slick backgrounds. If you have a great and informative video you want to see in the Wednesday Rundown please shoot me an email email@example.com .
Recently a customer from Toronto asked the people at McDonald’s why the photos on the fast food giant’s advertisements look nothing like the real thing you order in the drive-thru. The Canadian branch of McDonald’s offered this behind the scenes video as their reply. [more]
As you all know Euro 2012 is being played this month with some of the best soccer players in the world. Those stars didn’t become stars just like that, most of them started playing as young kids out on the streets, or in their local field. I truly believe that soccer is probably one of the only things in the world that is 100% international, 100% border-less. All you need is a ball, thats all. [more]
Howdy everyone and welcome to the Wednesday Rundown. This week we have a great BTS video of the making of a low budget music video. Shot entirely on DSLRs this video looks just like a high budget music video. If you have a great and informative video you want to see in the Wednesday Rundown please shoot me an email firstname.lastname@example.org .
Howdy everyone and welcome to the Wednesday Rundown. This week we have a unique behind the scenes look at the Dogs in Cars photography series. Photographer Martin Usborne shows us how he has started his new photo series based on dogs in classic cars. If you like his work check out his kickstarter and help out. If you have a great and informative video you want to see in the Wednesday Rundown please shoot me an email email@example.com .
Doesn’t matter if you’re a pro, semi-pro or a beginner, this video made by DigitalRev have some really great quick tips for any photographer out there – from ISO to equipment, all the way to location and concept. Do you have additional tips to add? leave them in the comments!
Howdy everyone and welcome to the Wednesday Rundown. This week we have a great lacrosse portrait shoot by Tyler. Also hop on the plane with Dana as he travels the world shooting multiple lifestyle shoots. If you have a great and informative video you want to see in the Wednesday Rundown please shoot me an email firstname.lastname@example.org .
Our good friend Jay P. Morgan created another great BTSV, this time focusing on window light. In most cases, window light is the most flattering type of light we find indoors; why not learn to use this free light source to its full potential? [more]
You may remember a while ago when we posted a candlelight video test by Joe Marine over at NoFilmSchool.com. After seeing feedback from the video, Joe sent me a new one (thanks!). The beginning is almost the same, but adjusted since Nikon and Canon handle ISO differently. But later on in the video, Joe got some interesting results when adding noise reduction and color correcting… [more]
Update: Mark’s is going LIVE tomorrow. Sign up for an email notification in the full post: Photography educator Mark Wallace has been featured on Fstoppers probably more than any other photographer. His easy to understand approach to lighting and tech talk has made Mark one of the top teachers in the field. On May 18-20th, Mark is hosting a FREE Speedlights 101 Workshop on CreativeLIVE. If you aren’t familiar with CreativeLIVE, they stream full photography workshops for free but also allow you to download full copies for future reference. Enroll for the free online workshop in the full post [more]