Just some breath-taking timelapse scenes of plants growing:
Archive for the ‘Photography’ Category
Is this how professional photographers work? Well, it seems so. What I find particularly exciting are the insights about the dynamics of the process. I always considered photography to be much more… static. Oh, how wrong I was.
What if you wouldn’t use a digital camera? What if you would build your own camera? And what if this camera would be as big as a van?
Found out recently that a documentary was coming to the cinemas: Germany from Above (Deutschland von Oben). I found the idea interesting, so I look a bit around to find the website. This convinced me even more that I have to see this movie. And boy, I was not mistaken. Maybe it’s only that I have never truly seen an HD documentary on the big screen, but Wow! If you have the change (and even if you’re not interested in Germany as such), go and see it. Simply breathtaking!
I also found out that the movie documentary was based on a documentary TV series. As usual with such things, I manage to find these episodes on YouTube. Enjoy!
Many many pixels, pure digital zoom and bouquet effect all in a… cell phone? Are you kidding me? I need to get my hands on this device and test it!
Meanwhile, you can find out more about the Nokia 808 PureView here.
ISO? Shutter speed? Aperture? Don’t really know what these mean? Well, just a couple of minutes of video and you have it all figured out. Here’s a simple crash-course on photography.
Here are a couple of extremely useful Photoshop tutorials for the everyday-editor.
Family photos? Final touches? The follwing clips might contain the answers you’re looking for. They did a good job for me.