North Shore based surf photographer Brian Bielmann began shooting photos in 1978 and since then, has traveled the world with some of the best athletes on the planet. Watch as Sanuk goes behind the lens with Bielmann as he describes the highlights of his career.
First let me say Merry Christmas, I hope you all had a great Christmas break. I’m sure some of you are still on holidays till the new year or perhaps you are just in limbo, so here is a couple of hours worth of video to keep you entertained.
I lie I had heard about this feature awhile ago but had completely forgotten about it until Matt Kloskowski uploaded this short tutorial. The Match Total Exposure feature is perfect for those who edit or those who have been shooting an entire series and you want the exposures to be pretty much the same across all the images.
Steve McCurry shares with us one of the most important lessons he has learnt. It’s a short video but it holds an important message that we often forget.
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Dixie Dixon tells a tale of her first major campaign and a major hurdle she had to overcome. It’s probably not something you would have thought.
Have you got a horror story like this? Let’s hear it.
I think even those photographers, like myself, that don’t really shoot landscapes would have Iceland on their bucket list. We’ve seen countless photos and bts video of Iceland shoots but this one has a little twist.
Fisheye lenses have become quite popular within the RAW community and the greater photographer community. The unique look and extreme wide angles provided by this type of lens is a draw card for Astrophotography and landscapers.
Pratik Naik is one of the worlds best high end retouchers. His clients include the famous Joey L, Anze Vrabl, Bill Jones, Andre Fearman, Susanne Speil and many more.