This is one of the best self-portraits I’ve ever seen from a photographer, no words, you gotta see it… Btw, if his english sounds kind of hard, watch again until you catch every word. The text is as beautiful as everything else in this piece…
Super talented Film-maker, artist and climber Renan Ozturk shows a small self-portrait video of a day in his life… I’m at a loss for words, check it out 🙂 BTW, if you like it, check out the making of he did!
Julia May, a regular contributor to the awesome Smashing Magazine and Dima Chebakova, put up a website showcasing beautiful work by some brilliant photographers while telling stories about who’s behind the lenses. Check out PhotoInterview! ps. it’s a russian website but it has an english version though it’s not thorough
Today a friend just showed me a website that I must share with you. I present you Priscilla Gragg, a San Diego-based Brazilian photographer who does a very lovely work. She makes people look beautiful, happy, and smart with her lifestyle photography. I love that, we see tragedy every day in the news and pic galleries but when I see something such as Pri’s work, it makes my heart feel … Read more
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…
Check out the making-of a matrix-style greek spot ad called Porcelana by Real Creations. Definitely worth seeing.
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…
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 very nice advertising video by Samsung showing how you can take better pictures through nice composition (fun):
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!