I recently introduced speedlight’s in a previous post you can find here. But to take that one step further, flash diffusers allow for our speedlight flashes to become softer, eliminating the harsh shadows that the light casts on to our subjects. There are two diffusers that you need to look into when you have the
This video, Titled “Terra Sacra” which is latin for sacred earth, shows off the landscape and beauty of locations we don’t get a chance to see everyday. Cinematographer and Photographer Sean F. White captured stunning images featuring beautiful remote landscapes and ancient monuments from around the globe. He then imported the RAW images into Quicktime
Matt Moses of RedSeaVisual.com, was able to capture the Annular Eclipse from his deck in San Francisco, California on May 20, 2012. An annular eclipse occurs when the Sun and Moon are exactly in line, but the size of the Moon is smaller than the Sun (source: wiki) Matt was able to take 588 images
This pocket light meter is a great tool to quickly find out the proper exposures of a certain area of a photograph. I tested it out over the weekend and it seems to work quite well. The best part is… it’s FREE! Read more for link and screenshots iTunes Link
Recently I stumbled upon “The Posing App” for the iPhone. The app features a variety of categories with a breakdown of each pose. This is a nice tool to have on the go when you are about wrapped up with your initial concepts and maybe want to try a few other options. Read more for
The Staples Center is home to LA Lakers, LA Clippers, LA Kings, concerts and more. On may 17th, the Lakers, Clippers and Kings all made it to the playoffs and were hosting games. This is the conversion video time-lapse during the arena’s 6 Playoff Games in 4 Days, May 17th – May 20th, 2012.
The folks over at camarush.com, have a project for a product, called “Backer Capper”, on kickstarter that would eliminate the need for a third hand. It’s a pain to switch out lens cap when you are out in the field. If the goal of $20,000 is raised by June 16, 2012, we could see this