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Interesting Photo of the Day: Longest Solar Eclipse of the 21st Century - Photography tutorial
Back in 2009, we witnessed a unique solar eclipse—this one happened to be the longest solar eclipse of the 21st century. An international Total Solar Eclipse Expedition party was on site on Enewetak Atoll in the Marshall Islands and took some really incredible photos.
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Mystical 4K Timelapse of Yellowstone National Park
Henry achieves the incredible detail and fluidity in the video by utilizing the full force of the 4K video on his two Canon cameras, the EOS-1D C and 5D Mk III. The timelapse scenes were shot on a 5K RAW setting, and he uses an array of motion slider cranes like the Kessler Crane Cinedrive and Cineslider to achieve a graceful pan over lakes and valleys.
Stop Motion Music Video Made From 4000 Portrait Photos
As the video rapidly shifts between faces, viewers are drawn not to the models’ varying features, but to their eyes instead, and this, along with the atmospheric tone of the song, infuses the video with a lovely we’re-not-so-different-after-all vibe:
Flash and Ambient Light Photography Tips
Why just use available light alone if it is not sufficient. This article will explain some essential techniques that involve mixing ambient light with flash to help you create great images.
Chase Jarvis's Essential Photo Gear
Seattle-based photographer Chase Jarvis recently dug through his extensive amount of equipment and chose his “must-haves” for any photo or video shoot. Jarvis and his crew created a similar video a few years back, but with the advances in technology and new photo gear on the market, they decided it was time to release an updated version.
Air to Air Photography
How can you make water skiing cooler? Simple, trade in your pair of skis for an aircraft and use it to glide across the water. That's what aviation photographer, Justin de Reuck, recently did.