As anyone who has tried to shoot video with a DSLR knows, creating a smooth, professional follow-focus motion can be a bit of a nightmare unless you’re willing to shell out for high-end equipment, and then deal with lugging it all around. How about a $45 solution that gets amazing results and works on any DSLR lens? [more]
AhhhYUkin! Here is a great “blast from the past” set of Street Fighter photos from photographer Alexander Nerozya. He and his friends came together to create a pretty impressive collection of images that any gamer would be proud of. Open the post to see his full description of how he made the images, complete with BTS shots and video. Enjoy! [more]
Here’s a sampling of the latest slow-mo camera from filmbot, the Phantom Miro M120. Jim Geduldick takes us behind the scenes and shows us how he was able to show off the new slow-motion capabilities. This camera captures 750 fps at 1080 HD. What do you think you could do with that kind of picture quality?
If you read Fstoppers, you might be a seasoned professional, or you might have just purchased your first camera and are eager to learn. Whatever your skill level, I’m sure that you’ve all been bitten by the travel bug at least once before, and as a camera owner, you’ve been inspired to bring home the best you can when shooting in a foreign location. A friend of mine recently sent me a video made by DSLR Traveler which is packed full of tips for anyone interested in improving their travel photography. [more]
Adam Boozer, one of South Carolina’s most taleted videographers, is currently working on a project that has the potential to become the most epic kiteboarding video ever filmed. To promote his Kickstarter project Adam filmed a quick promo with what he calls “The Gnar Bar.” Adam shot a skateboarder, wakeboarder, snowboarder, and kiteboarder all hitting this oversized pipe with the Red Epic. [more]
It’s Friday, have a laugh. The crew over at The Verge put together this video of a (fake) camera that resembles a Polaroid by instantly producing a printed image out of it’s body. This model, made by Instagram, lets you add you own effects for an even more unique look at your images!
I can’t wait to buy one of these and start shooting professional looking wedding photos! [more]
At first I thought this was just another time lapse video with a few skating shots mixed in. Then I realized the shots really were mixed. Although the combination isn’t present in every shot it’s a pretty cool effect to watch. Anyone want to guess how he did it?
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The popular series is back after a 4 year hiatus! This series combines tutorials with humor, mostly humor though. If you’re familiar with the series, this is probably something you’re excited about. However, if this series is new to you, be sure to check out a few of the first episodes here before checking this one out. [more]
Antonio Vicentini recently created this 8-bit gallery of cameras spanning pretty much everything from antique large format cameras through modern DSLRs. It’s a cute, semi-retro, nostalgia-inducing piece for anyone who grew up in the 80s or early 90s. What I find most interesting is how many cameras I was able to recognize; though I’m not sure if that means I’m an uber-dork who has spent far too much time in front of old game consoles and camera websites, or I’ve just got a killer memory. How many cameras do you recognize?
Many of you may know the name Devin Graham, the cinematographer who filmed the giant rope swing in Utah featured a couple months ago. Devin has a signature style using a glidecam in most of his videos. Though he incorporated it in several shots in the rope swing project, some of his projects seem to be filmed exclusively with shots using the glidecam. This project with Lindsey Stirling, [more]
I feel like everyone gets burned out on photography, or anything that they do for that matter, after a certain period of time and you just need something to pick you back up, this very cute video might just do that.
When I first saw the link to this interactive short “Darkroom”, I was expecting some sort of YouTube style Choose-Your-Own-Adventure, where I’d have to click on links to new videos. Much to my surprise though, it was nothing of the sort. In this unique video by Vimeo User FIAP, you will want to grab your DSLR and set it to manual to properly experience this. [more]
Halvor Angvik and Jeff Nebelkopf created this video with the help of Red Bull and JokkeSommer. The fact that Red Bull sponsored it should tell you all that you need to know: It’s absolutely incredible. I’ve seen some crazy wingsuit stunts before, but [more]
Here’s an in-depth look at the life and work of legendary photographer Alfred Stieglitz. It’s part of the PBS American Masters series, and you can watch it here in it’s entirety. Stieglitz was a pioneer not only photography but modern American art as a whole. He was born in Hoboken, lived his life in New York, ran numerous galleries, was friends with Edward Steichen, and married legendary painter Georgia O’Keefe. [more]