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The Rising Of A Blockbuster: Making Of The Dark Knight Rises

The Rising Of A Blockbuster: Making Of The Dark Knight Rises

Probably the most anticipated movie of the summer, The Dark Knight Rises, is sure not to disappoint. I have always been a long time fan of Christopher Nolan's style of film-making and his practical approach to filming special effect scenes. In this in-depth 13 minute making of featurette Christopher Nolan and his crew talk about the scope of filming a movie this size, the scale of the locations and how important it is to them to try to film all of their special effects in camera decreasing the amount of CGI used in post.

Going Behind The Scenes With Pantene and Natalie Coughlin

Going Behind The Scenes With Pantene and Natalie Coughlin

Follow Pantene Hair as they film Natalie Coughlin, eleven time Olympic medalist for USA Swimming (3 Gold, 4 Silver, and 4 Bronze) in their latest ad campaign featuring Olympic athletes for their Daily Moisture Renewal product line. Shot in two days in December of 2011 in Northern California and released in time for the 2012 Summer Olympics they use some impressive rigs and blue screens in this shoot.

Photography In Motion. How Two Exposures Can Trick Your Brain.

Photography In Motion. How Two Exposures Can Trick Your Brain.

Electroencephalography (EEG) is the recording of electrical data along the scalp. (source Wiki) This was Isabel M. Martinez's inspiration when she concocted this unique way of capturing images on her custom fitted Hasselblad. The camera has been modified with in-camera masks which then takes two exposures and merges them together in the vertical slats you see in the photos. Her series, Quantum Blink, definitely have movement in them, reminding me of those old hologram cards from childhood.

A Finesse With Pixels: Framed Interviews High-End Retoucher, Pratik Naik

A  Finesse With Pixels: Framed Interviews High-End Retoucher, Pratik Naik

Polishing your photos for the world to see is an important step in a photographer's workflow. Retouching can both be a photographer's favorite step in the process or can cause a massive headache. Framed Network has interviewed Fstoppers' very own, Pratik Naik, for their web series of artistic professionals. His work has graced the pages of ELLE, Maxim, Vouge and Marie Claire upon others. Pratik was kind enough not to just give an interview with Framed, but also give the audience a small look into his daily routine of retouching.

Just Say NO To Vertical Videos

Just Say NO To Vertical Videos

Portrait orientation captured on mobile devices. Your Facebook newsfeed is riddled with this horrible phenomenon. You know it's wrong, but you're not quite sure how to tell your social media buddies that they're committing a video faux pas. If you feel apprehensive bringing the subject up in fear of being ridiculed as a camera phone nazi, then look no further. The kind people over at Glove and Boots have you covered with this lighthearted PSA; but be forewarned George Lucas fans... you might want to turn away for this one.

Behind The Scenes: Capturing The Pacific Northwest With Peter Lik

Behind The Scenes: Capturing The Pacific Northwest With Peter Lik

Follow world-renowned landscape photographer, Peter Lik, as he captures one of the wettest places in the continental U.S., the Pacific Northwest. After having a record breaking year in rainfall Peter threw on his raincoat, slipped on his rain-boots and headed to Oregon to photograph the subsequent breathtaking scenery. Enjoy as he shows what you have to sometimes endure to get some amazing photographs.

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