Eirik Solheim (Link) shot this video over the course of a year off his home balcony. He shot multiple exposures and overlayed them in a post-processing software to get the effect. Eirik also recorded certain sounds during each of the four seasons to put in the background of the video to add that extra sweetness!
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Filmmaker John Downer has used clever camera disguises to get an up close look at the everyday wonders in our world that birds see. By using some clever camera hacks, he is able to go where no cinematographer or photographer has gone before. In an interview with Pop Photo, John states, What we had to
See a behind the scenes look at Daniel Linnet’s photoshoot for Top Gear Magazine. Commonly used for music festivals and lighting shows, Daniel lit the two cars with two lasers to give a different energetic look. Great work!!
See behind the scenes on how the traditional “exploded” view of a piece of machinery is made. Adam Voorhes sets up a time lapse video of him setting the exploded view scene of a Kawasaki motorbike for ESPN.
An olympic photographers dream is to capture the “golden” moment in an event that tells that remarkable story of an event or olympic games. Robo-Cams are becoming more popular around the globe and will be in various arenas. With the help of Robo-Cams, some Reuters Photographers will be shooting from behind a joystick controlled camera,
Polaroid’s Instant Camera’s are making there way back to the photography world with the Z2300. It has a 10mpx sensor, 3″ LCD and the camera will print 2×3″ full-color prints instantly. It is available now for pre-order at Store.Polaroid.com. Features: 10 MP digital camera 3” bright color LCD for viewing images SD compatible for expanded