Revisiting the Story of the Masterpiece – The Making of Migrant Mother
The story of how Dorothea Lange created perhaps the most iconic photograph in American history.
The History Of Copyright | Blood, Money, Religion, And Art
Photographers are taught to cling to their copyrights with both hands and with good reason – nefarious (or ignorant) people…
How Fuji Survived To Prosper When Its Rival Went Bankrupt & Where They Are Going
There are groups of fans in the world of sports that are generally regarded as the greatest, fiercest, most loyal,…
Forrest Gump Effect| Add Yourself Into Historical Footage Using After Effects
In the following 3-minute video tutorial, you can learn how to insert yourself into the history books by using Adobe After Effects. Filmmaker Steve Ramsden shows you step-by-step how to do it.
Carl Zeiss Lenses Documents Its History As a Camera Maker
Bernd Otto has spent the last 30 years of his life collecting, researching a documenting Carl Zeiss’ cameras and has compiled his findings in a 1300 page tome on the company he loves so much.
A Photographer’s Century Old Notebook Uncovered In The Antarctic
In 1911, Captain Scott and others, set out on the Terra Nova expedition– a fatal event that took the life of Scott and two other men. Now, more than a century later after the incident, the photographer’s notebook.
She’s on a Mission to Preserve Your Family Photos | Rachel LaCour Niesen
Do you have old photos of family members lying around? Rachel LaCour Niesen, founder of Preserve Family Photos is on a mission to preserve the world’s family photos and post them on Instagram.
16×9? 4×3? History of the Aspect Ratio
Have you ever wondered how 16×9 came to be the standard for Digital video? How about where 4×3, or the standard TV ratio, came from? We have got a treat for you history geeks out there today, check out this awesome video put out by FilmmakerIQ called The Changing Shape of Cinema: The History of Aspect Ratio.