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Key & Peele’s Comedic Improv During Photo Shoot

Here is a funny glimpse into the comic shenanigans that happened during a photo shoot for Fast Company’s 100 Most Creative People with Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele.

In this video directed and produced by Casey Rodgers, the two improv comedians are on set riffing off the cuff with their hilarious [more]

Samsung “Artfully” Photoshops Galaxy S4 in Place of iPhone in a Stock Image

Instead of hiring a photographer to shoot original images, Samsung has recently been caught in the act of “artfully” (read: shamelessly) replacing an iPhone with a Galaxy S4 in an advertising campaign. It’s not that they can’t do this kind of thing as it’s not illegal, but more the fact that they did it at all, and that it was over an original image featuring their main competitor. Really Samsung? [more]

10 Steps To Shooting Your First DIY Interview

About a month ago we featured a video from the guys over at Neko Neko Films. In this video, they cover a mix of tips that while some may be no-brainers, you might find some very helpful if you having a tough time figuring out where to begin. We interview people all the time and I can’t emphasize enough just how important the little things are to create an engaging, yet informative video. [more]

Hitler Finds Out About The New Creative Cloud Model And Shares His Thoughts

The hot topic of the week around here has been the new Creative Cloud model from Adobe. We recently posted this video discussion about what some of us thought of it along with this article on why it may not be a good idea. There were great points made on both ends. However, like all popular things, humor follows shortly on the Internet.  [more]

Celebrity Bobble Heads: Photoshop Win

Photoshop is a powerful tool. In the hands of a skillful editor, they can do a great deal of good, like remove scarring acne from an otherwise beautiful teenager. They can also do bad, such as transforming an anatomically correct model into something that isn’t humanly possible. But sometimes, skillful editing can create a great deal of lolz. [more]

The Ultimate Photobomb

I’m sure most of us have had an awkward photobomb and were not to happy about it, but how would you react if the hilarious Ken Jeong decided to ambush your set with the lovely Kate Upton? Well during GQ’s slim corduroy pants fashion shoot he did just that. [more]

Behind The Scenes Photos from Empire Strikes Back

Released on May 21, 1980, Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back has become over the years one of the most epic space films ever. The Star Wars series has resulted in a cultural phenomenon and made a tremendous effect on the film industry. Photos have surfaced showing the behind the scenes action including old tricks used to pull of some of the “mind-blowing” effects we watched as kids. You have got to see these. [more]

Google Image Search Helps Find Stolen Photos and Lying Girlfriends

Noam Galai recently wrote an article showing us how to use reverse image searching like Google Images and TinEye to see where your images are being used online. Today I used reverse image searching to prove that my ex-girlfriend is a liar.
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Every Photographer Should Read and Study This Infographic

All day I have been hunkered down in my office chair pounding through emails, album designs, and editing. My camera zipped away in my bag, my equipment strewn across my office floor. While the perception of being a full time photographer is one of double rainbows the reality is there is so much more to what we do. The following infographic should be a required reading for anyone ready to give up their day job to live the “rock style life” of a photographer. [more]

Photoshopped Cats As Sports Equipment

Everyone knows the Internet was invented so people could look at photos of cats.

In the latest interwebs chuckle, Sports Balls Replaced With Cats just upped that ante by swapping out sporting equipment with furry felines.

To see more photoshopped hilarity head over to the Facebook page right meow. [more]

Quick Mask Tutorial With Commercial Photographer Michael Herb

When it comes to compositing, the most tedious part of the Photoshop workflow to me has to be the extracting of objects from the background. With so many different ways to extract a subject: the pen tool, the lasso tool, refine edge, or Fluid Mask, it can be hard to find the technique that best suits your workflow. Commercial and editorial photographer Michael Herb has recently released an amusing quick mask tutorial that might just be the thing to get you out of your compositing rut. [more]

Memes Take The Leap To The Darker Side

I know I know, memes on Fstoppers? YES! Memes on Fstoppers. I am rarely a fan of these corny internet trends, but this ‘Vadering’ craze is pretty dang creative. Also note that I am not a Star Wars fan, and I still find these things to be incredibly entertaining. I have said it a million times, it isn’t always how a shot is executed or how technically sound or high quality an image is, sometimes it’s all about the concept. Enjoy! [more]

The New RODE i16 Mic Is A Gamechanger For Audio Capture?

Since the inception of DSLRs, RODE Microphones have never been far behind when it comes to making accessories to capture better audio for our filmmaking projects. Their iXY Mic for the iPhone came out recently and was well received, but this new product is quite a step forward. The i16 Mic from RODE captures a staggering sixteen tracks simultaneously at 24-bit/96kHz. [more]

YouTube is Ready to Select a Winner. Will It Be You?

It’s time… YouTube wants to thank you for all your great entries. YouTube finally has enough videos to begin selecting a winner after years of collecting videos at the rate of 70 hours per minute, it’s finally over. “We’ve been thrilled with all of the diverse, creative entries we’ve seen so far, and we can’t wait to begin the process of selecting the best video. We’ll be announcing the winner in 10 years.” [more]

Behind the Scenes: Michael Bublé’s New Music Video, ‘It’s a Beautiful Day’

From sultry ballads to uplifting melodies, Michael Bublé can definitely bust out a few tunes. In his most recent music video ‘It’s a Beautiful Day’, famed music  video director, Marc Klasfeld, talks about the long steadicam shots used in the longer sequences of the video. The video was shot using an ARRI Alexa. I always find it interesting to see how they go about filming music videos especially those with larger production values. [more]

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