What does it take to be innovative? What can happen when you put your work out there and others see as innovative, or inspiring? Matthew Vandeputte, a photographer and film editor based in Sydney helps answer some of these questions. Yesterday he put out a fantastically well shot and edited motion lapse piece that I think raises the bar, and with
250,000 300,000 views in less than a day, also suggests others feel similarly. What does over 100,000 images look like over the course of 90 seconds? How did he put the piece together? Read on and find out with this exclusive Fstoppers interview.
A few days ago Creative Live posted this video of Benjamin Von Wong explaining the importance of creating meaningful behind the scenes videos and how they can help shape your career. It’s no secret that I do post Ben’s videos to the site often. His videos are not only educational, but fun to watch, as well. You too can go on to create your own informative and noticeable BTS videos with these tips. [more]
BitBanger Labs out of Brooklyn, NY has launched a Kickstarter project that is quite the game changer for photographers who enjoy light painting. With the new Pixelstick you can “add photoreal images, abstract designs, and animation to your long exposure photos and timelapses.” [more]
All this weekend, we’re giving you exclusive coverage of PhotoPlus Expo in New York City, where all brands meet, announce and show of their latest products and innovations. Yesterday, we were able to give you an inside look at the Sony A7R, TriggerTrap RedSnap, DEFY Gimbal system and others. Today, we’re able to show you an inside look into Samsung, Manfrotto, and more. [more]
You may already be familiar with Dustin Farrell. If you’re not, you should be. His time-lapses are incredible. Dustin’s shoots all over the world, but some of his most epic are from the American West. In this video, we get to follow Dustin on location in Utah and the step-by-step process that follows. [more]
The documentary “MILE… MILE & A HALF” has been featured before, with it’s dazzling visuals and informative insight into creating art while on a long backpacking trip. This film took 2 years to produce, and it’s finally complete! The creators have shared a clip just for the Fstoppers audience, and they have also answered some questions on the production of their film. [more]
If you’ve ever struggled to put together a video demo reel, or you’re planning to make one in the future, this post is for you. Below, I’ll share some tips that will help you be more efficient in your process to prepare for editing hours of your footage down to a montage of a couple of minutes. [more]
With the massive amount of blogs and media outlets pushing out content each and every hour of the day, it is easy to miss something that might be of some significance.
Today I am testing out a a new post and seeing if it sticks. Below are some of the best links that you might have been missed. The posts range from Must Reads to Photoshop Tuts to Inspiration. I just started kicking the tires on this idea so it’s new and open to suggestions. It would be great to hear thoughts and comments [more]
Last week I posted a gorgeous video from Wolfe Air – their promo reel for aviation cinematography, and explained a bit of the process behind it. This week, I’ve found and put together a few videos which detail how they equip their planes and helicopters with some of the most advanced camera technologies available, and it’s pretty mindblowing. In these videos, Wolfe Air loads up a Learjet with [more]
I’ve been waiting for someone to do an HDR stop motion flick and here it is described as an “HDR hyperlapse postcard that will take you to a journey through Georgia – probably the most friendly country in the world.” This motion piece shows us a side of Georgia that differs from what most mainstream media portrays the country as, all with the hate it or love it HDR effect. [more]
Photographer Mike Olbinski has been visiting the Central Plains to shoot it’s storms since 2010, and last week he encountered a supercell straight out of an apocalyptic thriller. The views in this timelapse are breathtaking! It’s incredible to watch this massive storm tear through the fields near Booker, TX. There really isn’t much more that I can say, just watch the video. Well done Mike! Amazing footage [more]
I am a sucker for beautifully coordinated time-lapse projects. There is something about well chosen music, paired with beautiful moving images that evokes an feeling of emotion in me. I love to visit far away places, and when done right, a good time lapse film does wonders to bring you front and center to a far off land.
Yes, that is a bold claim, but hear me out. Sometimes something so creative yet so painfully simple comes along and just blows me away. This timelapse/hyperlapse video created using Google Street View is just one of those things. My mouth was agape the entire time I was watching this. Teehan+Lax Labs created this project by recording Google Street View movements all over the world and [more]
About two months ago I was thinking about my upcoming wedding season that starts this weekend and lasts till June. Shooting a wedding every weekend can really challenge your creativity. So I decided I would add a 90mm tilt-shift lens to my bag to give my creative side a boost of adrenaline. I didn’t realize how refreshing it would be to use this lens. In just a few months it’s become my new favorite. Read on to learn why and see some photos taken with it. [more]
Preston Kanak has been featured here before for his wonderful tutorials on time-lapse cinematography. Now, he’s back with an all-new 3 minute short called, ‘ A Moment of Silence. Shot with the Kessler CineDrive, Preston explains in this very comprehensive behind the scenes video how the CineDrive functions and gives some amazing tips on how to push your cinematography to new heights. You can view the 3 minute short in the full post below. Enjoy! [more]