George Christakis is a 24 year old self-taught photographer from Crete and based in Athens, Greece. His images are intentionally clean and simple, and are visually stunning and create a sense of curiosity. George describes himself as a conceptual and surreal-landscape photographer.
25 year-old journalism graduate didn’t originally set out to create Local People With Their Arms Crossed. Now it’s the internet’s newest Tumblr darling.
Today, most of us shoot digital, foregoing the cost and labor of the film medium and darkroom. Yet, it was not long ago that chemists and artists alike dominated the photographic process.
Unless you have been under a rock for the last few weeks you should no doubt know by now that ML has enabled RAW video on the 5D III. I just came across this great video test put together by Dave Dugdale in which he compares the 5D III’s standard h.264 file with the Magic Lantern RAW output file.
I love still life photography, it’s one of my favorite things to do when I’m bored and don’t have a person to shoot. I was recently searching for a good table for shooting my still life work, but as you can imagine the commercially available tables are rather expensive. Since my budget is rather low I decided to look into DIY alternatives, and that was when I came across this great DIY build over on DIY Photography.
I have driven through San Francisco many times for business and pleasure and have always been intrigued by its energy constantly changing depending on the time of day. Glimpses of tall structures casting shadows, observing lighting and framing scenarios and colorful people performing urban rituals often seen from my periphery had an affect on me.
Exhibition of Internationally Acclaimed 1940s and 50s Fashion Photographer On Show at Somerset House
Somerset House is currently holding an exhibition featuring one of the most internationally sought-after portrait and fashion photographers from the 1940s and 1950s. The exhibition features Erwin Blumenfeld (1897–1969), a Berlin-born Dada artist turned fashion photographer, who was sought after and hired by America’s leading magazines, including Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar.
A new BTS interview/promotional video was released recently for the upcoming summer blockbuster “Man of Steel,” getting us all excited for what looks to be an amazing visual experience and compelling story.
While the majority of the clip has little to do with photography, it does offer interesting glimpses of the sets and valuable insights into the vision and style of the director, Zach Snyder. About 2 minutes in, a few of the actors give compliments to their director. All creative professionals, especially photographers, can benefit from hearing these unique characteristics, passions, and tenancies of the director that are appreciated and praised by the talent on the set.
To say that we did not see this coming is a bit of a fib, but to see something like this so soon is what is surprising to me. In case you had not heard, the Chicago Sun-Times in one foul swoop cut their entire photography staff and are now training their reporters on Iphone Photography.
As we mentioned a few weeks back Google recently completely revamped their photo experience on Google+. The funny thing is though they did not announce the coolest feature that they added, at least in my opinion, and that is this new computer vision search.
Timelapse videos are always fun to see, but they can also be rather boring after the first few seconds. The best way to do that in the past has been to setup your camera on a motion controlled slider which automatically moved your camera during the timeplase to create movement.
Using neighbors from her neighborhood in Sopron, Hungary, Zsófia approached the subject of projected fears through portraiture.