Billy and Marc, known as The Fuji Guys online, recently made a trip to Sendai, Japan to get an inside look at the Fujifilm factory that produces cameras and lenses for their X-series lineup. [Read more…]
Instagram users, prepare yourselves. Almost 5 years after its initial release, it appears Instagram is finally looking to add multi-user support. [Read more…]
At that point we had very little information to work with, but little by little, the rumor has rolled into full out reality, with Samsung since announcing it was discontinuing sales in Germany.
TIME Inc. is under fire after a recent change in their freelance photography contract – covering over 23 brands owned by TIME Inc. – has set a new standard in the worst of ways. [Read more…]
It might be a few years old, but when we came across the ‘icicle of death,’ we couldn’t help but to want to share it with you. [Read more…]
Taking a time-lapse is a complex task. Unlike a photo, which you can chimp and (usually) retake, retaking a time-lapse is not as trivial. This is why understanding how time-lapses work and how to take them is crucial before going out on the field.
This tutorial by Mark Gee (previously) is a full crash course on time-lapses taking you from planning through setting up, doing the actual capture, post processing and exporting. Mark is using Photopills for planning and a Syrp Ginie + Magic Carpet for moving the camera, but the principles apply to time-lapses taken using any gear. Hit the jump for a full video and clickable TOC.
6 weeks ago we kicked off our Image Manipulation Store. Boy we did not see this coming. You downloaded over 5,500 packages during this month and a half. This is almost 100 packages a day. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!
But we don’t just thank you with words, we want your photos to rock even more. This is why for the next 5 days (till cyber Monday ends) everything on the store will be selling at 25% off. Simply enter “blackf25” on check out to apply the discount. Oh, and there is more:
When nutritionists say you need to have a balanced breakfast, I don’t think this is what they had in mind.
It’s called ‘Symmetry Breakfast’ and it’s a project by Michael Zee, wherein he creates extravagant breakfast dishes for his boyfriend Mark van Beek and arranges them in such a way that they mirror one another for an aesthetic feast that’s as delicious on the eyes as it is on their taste buds. [Read more…]