Photograph by Pedro Jarque Krebs, (portfolio) Date: September 25, 2011 Camera: Canon EOS 60D (Amazon) Focal Length: 300mm Shutter Speed: 1/1000 sec Aperture: f/5.6 ISO/Film: 320 Note: Pedro Jarque Krebs captured this Indian Eagle Owl, (Bubo Bengalensis) in mid-flight, freezing a great moment. It looks like the owl is getting launched from a cannon or
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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,
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.
Interrogations (book link), (book website) After a trip to Chernobyl in 2005, Canadian photographer Donald Weber returned to Ukraine and Russia the year after . He would spend the next 6 years documenting hardships, life and “unrestricted power”. Donald made contacts over the next few years with a cultural guide and the police. As he
Images ©Erik Johansson (link) Erik Johansson is a professional photographer and retoucher from Sweden based in Berlin, Germany. Erik sees the world a little differently than the rest of us and uses multiple images to portray his “impossible photography” solutions. A few key points that Erik explains in his video to create an impossible, but