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Fstoppers Interviews Conceptual Photographer Benjamin Von Wong

Fstoppers Interviews Conceptual Photographer Benjamin Von Wong

If you're familiar with Fstoppers, you'll know our love for Benjamin Von Wong. We've featured him so many times over the past couple of years on our site. We just can't help ourselves! With his equally educational and entertaining BTS videos, everyone seems to love them. I decided that it would be a great time to take a moment and look into his world to learn more about him and what keeps him going.

Canon's New CMOS Sensor Can See In The Dark

Canon's New CMOS Sensor Can See In The Dark

Canon has given us a look at their recent prototype that makes progress on low light performance. To say it's sensitive in low light is an understatement. Take a look at the couple of sample images they've released along with their sample video, showing how great it captures the night sky. It's quite remarkable to say the least.

The Pros And Cons Of Pulling Images From Video

The Pros And Cons Of Pulling Images From Video

We've seen this great post about pulling stills from video before. It really opens up the discussion about what technology can do for us. Will video really replace photography? The reality is it probably won't. There are quite a few pros and cons that go along with it. The Slanted Lens goes in depth with this behind the scenes video with a Canon EOS-1DC.

Behind The Scenes Of Kate Upton's Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Cover [NSFW]

Behind The Scenes Of Kate Upton's Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Cover [NSFW]

Everyone remembers the 2012 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Cover. It brought a lot of discussion for the wrong reasons. If you don't, you should refresh your memory here. This time around, the 2013 cover also features Kate Upton. Although it is much better, it seems that some people are still unhappy with it because she's the cover model again. At least the focus went away from the processing of the image.

You Know You're A Photographer When, __________.

You Know You're A Photographer When, __________.

Reality is sometimes funnier than fiction when it relates to something we all do. In this situation, I asked my network of colleagues to fill in the blank, “You know you're a photographer when, ____.” The responses were better than I was expecting! Here are some of the best answers given by other photographers in the industry. Be sure to post your own answers in the comments as well!

Long Exposures Of Couples Sleeping Tell An Interesting Story

Long Exposures Of Couples Sleeping Tell An Interesting Story

If these were airplanes, it would be an air traffic control nightmare! Photographer Paul Schneggenburger wanted to find out how people behave once they are asleep. The end result was that he found it much like a dance in slow motion. If you've seen long exposure shots of dances, they reflect a similar feel. It gave a unique insight to how couples also interact in bed while they're asleep.

The Surreal Conceptual Photography Of 19 Year Old Taylor Marie McCormick

The Surreal Conceptual Photography Of 19 Year Old Taylor Marie McCormick

At just 19 years of age, photographer Taylor Marie McCormic is one to watch. With her dream-like style, her work is quite intriguing. She has a really great way of telling a story in a single frame. Conceptual photography is a hard genre to execute, especially when it's heavy in post production. The end image also has to captivate the audience for it to work. Both ends have to mend together well.

Fairy-Tale Like Surreal Photos By Joel Robinson

Fairy-Tale Like Surreal Photos By Joel Robinson

About a year ago, we featured the work of Joel Robinson here. He continually pushes himself to produce better work each time we see more. Here are a new set of conceptual photos that will hopefully command your attention and interest. The mood of his work is always surreal. Although these photos aren't a cohesive series, each of them seem to tell their own stories.

Cape Times Photoshops Famous Moments In Time Into Self Portraits

Cape Times Photoshops Famous Moments In Time Into Self Portraits

Self portraits are everywhere! Facebook, Instagram, you name it. The Cape Times newspaper in South Africa took important moments in time and turned them into self portraits. Modified through the power of Photoshop, they were able to make them quite realistic. The entire purpose was to tell readers “how they get their stories straight from the horse’s mouth via a first-hand accounts.”