The Wednesday Rundown 1.18.12

Howdy and welcome to the Wednesday Rundown. Another week of amazing videos for the BTS contest. Check out Mark's 100 portraits, each with a unique twist. If you have a video that you think we might like to post, please click on "submit content" above.














100 Portraits:


Mark shares us his passion and the journey it has lead him on to complete 100 portraits. Pretty simple setup but I love the drive this guy has to create. Drop him a message on the forum. Forum Link

The Hundred Portrait Project - Mark Burnham Photography from Dwight Jantzi on Vimeo.


BMX Flour Shoot:

Jonas shows us his fstoppers inspired indoor bmx shoot. To add motion to the shot flour was thrown and lite by a kicker light. To leave Jonas a comment hit up his forum post. Forum Link

Action BMX Flour Photoshoot - Behind the Scenes from Jonas Kako on Vimeo.


Motion Control Time-lapse:

This video stars an open source motion control, used for time-lapse photos and videos. A pretty cool video showing you how you can do motion time lapses with open source information. Check out his site to learn more on the hardware www.openmoco.org.

Project Chronos from chris field on Vimeo.


Soccer Shoot:

Steve Greer takes this idea to the next level with his composite shot. It is pretty cool to see Steve’s idea come to life as he takes three separate photos and brings it all together.


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Wayne Leone's picture

Holy crap - I have loads of those camera bag compartment separators and NEVER thought of using them as a flag/gobo. Awesome tip and awesome post!

I agree! What a slap on the forehead aha moment that was! I love the drive and enthusiasm of this artist. It made me want to pick up my camera and meet someone to and take their portrait.

last video has been removed by user... great shame... why do a BTS if it's to remove it :(