The time lapse was recorded using a Canon 5D MII which was set-up on a tripod in a custom built set. The camera was set to take an image every 30 seconds or so and the resulting sequence of images spliced together in post in Adobe After Effects.
Pinterest is a great tool for photographers as long as they know how to use it correctly Photography Made Simple have shared their top tips for using Pinterest.
With this shot the initial image was not that impressive, but I liked the texture of the play bark under the see saw and knew I could increase the contrast to make a striking image.
The new 5D MkIII has been built with the feedback and co-operation of the top Canon photographers in the world and they have improved every aspect of the MkII into what is possibly going to be the greatest camera’s ever (no bias here… ahem!)
HDR, or High Dynamic Range is simply a technique used to increase the range between the lightest and darkest part of an image, aiming to either match what our own eyes can see, or further enhance the effect.
The below image was taken of the almost full moon on Monday 6th February 2012 in the UK at approximatly 9:30pm.
A new beta test version of awesome photography software Adobe Lightroom has been released for testing. As in previous releases, Adobe allows their beta’s to be tested free of charge by the general public to track down running bugs, issues etc.
Kodak filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on Thursday 19th January 2012 – sparking worry that the once giant photography company is edging towards certain extinction.
Exposure in both amateur/professional photography and videography is the measurement of the total amount of light allowed to hit the photographic medium (either a piece of photographic film or digital CMOS/CCD sensor) while you take a photograph.
Depth of field in both amateur/professional photography and videography is simply the distance between the nearest object and furthest object within an image which is deemed to be in focus or ‘sharp’.