The updates bring a host of new and revamped capabilities for Premiere Pro CC, After Effects CC and Audition CC. Below, we’ll dive into some of the details of the updates. [Read more…]
TV show A Current Affair was contacted by several angry newlyweds who claimed that Australian wedding photographer Justin Hollow ruined their special day for them. Current Affair did what any TV show would do: put all the brides (wearing their wedding gowns) on a bus and go to confront the photographer.
According to the video, some of the newlyweds never received their photos, a year after the wedding, some were bullied because they were “not smiling correctly” and other were entitled for a refund and never got it.
According to A Current Affair, when Justin was confronted by the newlyweds, he threatened them that he would delete their photos and report them to the police.
What if your pre-wedding shoot was so dangerous, exaggerated and complex that there was no way you could actually participate in it? This is exactly what append to Indonesian Photographer Seno Haryo. His idea for a pre-wedding shoot involved, some avengers, a collapsing New-York, Dinosaurs, Dianna Jones and other such heroes.
Seno had no choice but to convert himself and his wife-to-be into 3D figurines and construct dioramas for each of the shots planned.
The first phase was to build two 3D actions figures that looked like Seno and his fiance:
Transcend, a lesser-known manufacturer of storage devices, has recently unveiled a new lineup of Industrial strength SDHC and MicroSDHC cards capable of withstanding extreme temperatures.
They’re called the Wide Temperature lineup and as their name suggests, these SDHC and MicroSD cards are meant to be pushed to the limits. How far? Transcend claims these MicroSD cards are capable of temperatures from –40ºC to 85ºC (–40ºF to 185ºF), more than enough to get that ridiculous GoPro footage. [Read more…]
It might not be as ubiquitous as Adobe Lightroom, but Capture One Pro is arguably a better piece of software for those wanting to truly get the most out of their images. Today, Phase One has launched Capture One Pro 9, the latest and most advanced iteration of its post-processing software.
Over the last few weeks, we shared a few retouching tutorials, there was one about color and one about masks (and a few others here and there). If you are shooting for yourself then practice comes easy, you use the files you shot.
But if you want to practice retouching (and leave photography for another time) you are in a pickle. Where do you get photos to work on? Right here!
(And then Missy took it way down regarding photography–so far down, that she referred to herself in the 3rd person. xoxo)
I’m not the sharpest tool in the shed.
I have no idea how to wear a scarf without looking like it’s 1974 and I am constantly changing my online passwords because I can’t remember them. I am not skilled at statistics and conducting a simple cost analysis makes me break out in hives.
But…I think about things. A lot.
And one of the things I’ve been thinking about recently is why photographers stopped selling paper prints. And I have a theory.
We’ve seen our fair share of interesting stabilization rigs, but this one might just take the cake. It’s a Mobius action cam strapped to the top of a tri-blade boomerang.
Created by Victor Poulin of Boomerangs by Vic, this contraption uses a freely rotating swivel in the dead center of the boomerang and keeps the camera facing one direction using a dedicated rudder attached to the camera.
I remember chatting with Benjamin Von Wong on Facebook one day, and him inviting me to this Facebook group that would involve his next adventure. Months later, this story came across my desk and I had to jump on it and made sure I got to share it with all of you! If you are unfamiliar with Von Wong’s work I suggest you take a look at his site after you read about this project. What happens when you take creative minds like Benjamin Von Wong and Kelly DeLay, plus a crew of talented storm chasers, photographers, and a community of friends and fans, and send them out into the midwestern United States into some very strong storms?
Come out of that storm cellar and take a look at the imagery and the story behind it!