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Coal Miner Turned Photographer Captures the Majestic Beauty Of Waves
Seven years ago, Ray Collins worked one mile underground. Now he captures mesmerizing images of waves and water.
How You Shot It – ‘Fear’ from the ‘Music to Life’ Series by Jimmy Bui
How You Shot It is a series where you show us how you shot an image. Today’s post comes from Jimmy Bui a professional wedding and conceptual portrait photographer based in the Riverside area of Southern California. This image is from his Music to Life series.
Von Wong’s 9 Tips for a Successful Underwater Shoot
Exotic, challenging, and exciting, underwater photography has grown tremendously in recent years as a genre. Are you interested in shooting creatively underwater, but don’t know the first thing about it? Benjamin Von Wong has put together a list of 9 tips to help you prepare for a successful underwater shoot. Check it out!
Von Wong BTS Epic Shoot – What Lurks Beneath
No stranger to epic photoshoots like his Underwater Realm shoot or Medieval shoot, Benjamin Von Wong new conceptual project, What Lurks Beneath, is simply out of this world. Benjamin shot all of his creatures in an indoor swimming pool and lit them with only black light. This combination posed some serious technical and logistical challenges for the intrepid photographer.
How You Shot it- Laguna Beach HDR Landscape
I have always been interested in shooting long exposures and sunsets over beautiful beaches. I wanted to shoot at a beach that has a rocky landscape instead of the typical sandy shoreline, which is why I chose Laguna Beach in Southern California. The final HDR image is a result of three bracketed photos.
US Soldier Puts His Pentax to Extreme Weathersealing Test
You may remember our post on DigitalRev’s Hardcore Durability Test on the Canon 7D a while back ago. Now, a US Army soldier, Alex Jansen, took his Pentax K5 and K7 and buries it in sand, then washes it down in the shower. Pentax, along with Olympus, are considered legendary when it comes to their weathersealing, even more so than Canon and Nikons.