Mimi Zou, a Mechanical engineer and product designer, has developed a concept idea for an awesome camera that is controlled by the human eye. Named Iris, the user simply looks through the glass and focuses on the composition they want to shoot. Focusing, zooming, and taking photos are done by looking, narrowing and widening the
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In just seven days of shooting, Terje Sorgjerd (TSOphotography) shot this time lapse video, composed of hundreds of thousands of photographs from Spain’s highest mountain @ 12,198ft. It is said to be one of the best places in the world to photograph astronomy and is also the location of Teide Observatories, considered to be one
If you have ever edited images, you have noticed some adjustment sliders labeled “saturation” and “vibrance”. Upon quick adjustments, they both seem to do the same thing. But they both have their differences and use of application. Read more to see the difference between saturation and vibrance.
Turn your iPhone into a cable release trigger with the Triggertrap Mobile Application. You need to buy a special dongle ($10), a dedicated cable ($10) and the mobile application for $10. You will spend about $30 on a medium grade shutter release cord, but this app has so many more features than what you might
Cameron Michael created this awesome time-lapse in the beauty of Manhattan in New York City. The interesting perspective and slow movement of the time-lapse really adds another dimension and tells a unique story of the city that never sleeps. Cameron explains a little more in detail about the video: “This time-lapse production has been a
CustomSLR.com offers the C-Loop which is a handy little gadget that screws onto the bottom of your camera into the standard tripod mount for around $40. It eliminates the annoying hassle and tangle of the conventional strap hanging from your camera.