One of the problems when shooting film is very rarely knowing the exact setting you used for each shot. Unless you happen to walk around with a notebook jotting everything down but who does that these days?
It’s been awhile since I’ve blogged about Think Tank Photo, they have been releasing some great gear since my review of the AirPort Takeoff. They just announced a new line of bags which cater to the ever rapidly growing mirrorless market.
Rebeca is a Spanish digital artist. Her Behance profile is full of amazing photography and digital manipulations. Her fashion photography still hints towards the digitally remastered but in a way that works very well.
Hyperlapse is a form of timelapse where you traverse a great distance in what seems to be seconds. I have never done one “YET” but I assume it would take a great deal of patience as you would not only have to move the camera but also re align it at everyshot.
There was a time when Hipstamatic was all the rage, but then Instagram came along offering those quirky toy camera filters for free and it seems that Hipstamatic slowly dropped of the radar for the majority of users.
Heading back into the landscape world with todays post, I bring your the talented Koveh Tvakkol. Koveh has obviously been able to travel some beautiful places capturing landscapes that some of us can only dream about.
The other day on G+ I posted a photo of my ThinkTankPhoto Airport Takeoff packed full of gear for a location shoot. There were a few questions as to why so much for a simple shoot. In actually fact there really wasn’t that much gear in comparison.
We posted about this back in March, when news broke that Adobe planned on making it’s Creative Suite and Acrobat products only available through their Creative Cloud subscription service. Well it’s no longer in the planning stages, the switch was flicked last night and it’s lights out for boxed copies of Adobe software.
Tim Tadder is a visual communicator who has worked with some top consumer brands such as Coke Zero, Adidas, Budweiser and loads more. His Behance projects are highly stylised works of art that draw viewers into the moment.