One of 22 videos in the Digital Photography 101 series.
A behind the scenes account of the Citi Winter Olympic and Paralympic Campaign Photo Shoot. Eight past and present Olympic athletes where photographed over the course of four days in New York City.
"Behind The Lapse" is a new series of videos that I am working on, which will showcase the art and craft of timelapse. I am really excited to showcase these videos, I have a strong passion for timelapse and photography.
Filmed & Edited By:
Additional Filming By:
Dustin Walker & Brian Hawkins
(Ben Cooper) Radical Face: radicalface.com/
Song: Radical Face - Doorways
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It's NAB time again and whilst attending and talking at the show I am making a film for the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. An epic undertaking and in this video blog you will see 9 cameras going. Totally nuts!
You can see a couple of timelapses in here and some footage from the 1DC in video mode.
Check out my blog post for more as I will keep updating it for this and NAB including when I am talking! wp.me/s3ggTR-nab2013
In this hour-long live video session sponsored by Mamiya Leaf, Dutch photographer Frank Doorhof shows how he works with a studio setup. He explains his workflow as he creates stunning high contrast portraits in any location.
If you think your studio is too small, Frank shows you tricks that will make you maximize every location you work in (or will work in).
Frank's approach to teaching is according to his motto, "Why fake it, when you can create it". He strongly believes that if you master your light by really understanding what you're doing you can be freed of the burden that is holding back a lot of photographers in their creativity. When you understand what light is doing you can manipulate it and start thinking about creating killer images instead of struggling to get the look you’re after.
During the workshop Frank works with the Leaf Credo digital back and also shows you how this back has changed his approach in location shoots.