3D Skateboarding photography with an 8×10″ large format film camera

While we run out of our last film stocks, German photographer Sebastian Dens is doing 3D skateboarding shots with a Stein 8×10″ Large Format film camera!! Check it out at The Creators Project…

Family promotion

Hi, I just figured I could make some family promotion here on my blog 😀

My dad just launched a brand new website featuring some of the best advertising photography in Brazil, check it out! We also have a great photography rental studios in São Paulo, Brazil!

My brother is featuring some of his work on Vimeo, he is a great film director just starting the production of a TV series on an all girls soccer team in Brazil as you can see on this test chapter (shot prior to the actual production of the series).

Hope you all enjoy!

The Making-of Porcelana

Check out the making-of a matrix-style greek spot ad called Porcelana by Real Creations. Definitely worth seeing.

Who said a big dolly crane needs to be expensive?

Another great one by Chase and his crew, they are awesome at sharing stuff, thanks guys! This one struck me for the great cheap big dolly crane they built to shoot this beach scene (it comes after 5:35 minutes of nice video).

Check out the full post on the link above and make sure to check out Chase Jarvis’s blog for other great posts

How to shoot cars on location by Roberto Bigano

A great post by photographer Roberto Bigano on how he did studio like shots of cars on location.

The Bugatti sessions is the first post of a series on professional photo shooting for Manfrotto and it’s worth checking!!

A Guide To Taking Better Pictures… by Samsung

A very nice advertising video by Samsung showing how you can take better pictures through nice composition (fun):

Mitsubishi Cup Technical Director – Picture of the Day

Detlef Altwig, technical director of the Mitsubishi Cup Rally. Jaguapitã, Paraná – Brazil, Friday, May 14, 2010.

Nikon D300 Camera RAW file, with Nikkor 70-200mm AF-S VR f/2.8 lens at ISO 200, 1/160 sec. and f/7.1. Duotone created with Adobe Lightroom.

2 Year Long Time-lapse project for the BBC

David Attenborough explains how producer Neil Lucas, cameraman Tim Shepherd and graphic designer Mick Connaire tackled a highly complex two-year-long time-lapse project for the BBC.

They were documenting the life and growth of plants during a one year course on a tiny english woodland location. It’s worth watching!

Hello World Again! I’m Back Online…

Hello world! After a loooooong break in my online presence, I’m glad to announce that I’m back!

Better than ever, with a new wealth of knowledge, fresh pictures and last but not least, a brand new website!!!!

The portfolio has gotten totally awesomely reworked, with quite a few unedited stuff and with images some of you may know. The Photoshelter integration will be working better than ever for the online Image Archive so you clients out there can search, browse and purchase images easily without ever leaving my website!

I’ve posted a selection of some legacy news/posts from my former website in the blog and a lot of new stuff is coming. There is a brand new projects section, debuting with a worth seeing experimental movie shot with still images and I still have some tricks that will be making their way into the website in the coming months.

I’m so happy and relieved to have finished this! I’m a humble photographer with no prior web-design or programing knowledge and I built this whole new website practically from scratch… On the other hand, I could never had done this alone. I had to learn a lot of hardcore new stuff to get it live and I can’t be thankful enough to all the people involved, most of whom I never met and many I can’t even name because their help just came out as some useful info in a google search… Continue reading “Hello World Again! I’m Back Online…”

Golden Gate Bridge – Picture of the Day

The sun breaches through storm clouds over the Golden Gate Bridge. San Francisco – USA, 2010.

Panasonic Lumix LX-2 Camera RAW file, with Leica 6.3mm lens at ISO 100, 1/1600 sec. and f/5.6, processed with Adobe Lightroom.