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Lee Filters 15-Stop Super Stopper ND Review – Time.Lapse Photography Article

ND filters are a key part of the avid landscape photographer’s working process. They enable us to control our exposures, allow us to increase the time the shutter is open, and help us achieve a desired creative look. Most commonly they are used on scenes with water, like a waterfall or a river, to create that smooth and silky look we photographers love so much. Over the years the demand for darker ND filters to create longer exposures has grown,…

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Photographers You Should Know, Part 2 – Photography Article

Thanks to our sponsor, squarespace! http://squarespace.com/tony, coupon code ‘portfolio’. In this episode, we profile three of the world’s most important photographers: Mary Ellen Mark. A documentary photographer who captured intimate and candid portraits of people around the world, sharing their lives with millions who would otherwise never be exposed to their living conditions. David LaChapelle. A fine art photographer hand-picked by Andy Warhol, he brings Renaissance-era storytelling and symbolism to modern photography. Plus, he shoots celebrities. Yuri Arcurs. Probably the…

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Louisiana Helicam, LLC Aerial Photography and Video Company – Aerial Photography Article

This gallery contains a mixture of both aerial and ground images from the recent flooding in North Louisiana. Keywords: #prayforlouisiana, 2016 flood, 2016 flooding, baton rouge flood, baton rouge flood 2016, bossier flood, central louisiana flood, central louisiana flooding, louisiana flood, louisiana… This is only a snippet of a Aerial Photography Article written by mark@louisianahelicam.com (Louisiana Helicam, LLC Aerial Photography and Video Company) Source link

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Louisiana Helicam, LLC Aerial Photography and Video Company – Aerial Photography Article

This gallery contains a mixture of both aerial and ground images from the recent flooding in North Louisiana. Keywords: #prayforlouisiana, 2016 flood, 2016 flooding, baton rouge flood, baton rouge flood 2016, bossier flood, central louisiana flood, central louisiana flooding, louisiana flood, louisiana… This is only a snippet of a Aerial Photography Article written by mark@louisianahelicam.com (Louisiana Helicam, LLC Aerial Photography and Video Company) Source link

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Louisiana Helicam, LLC Aerial Photography and Video Company – Aerial Photography Article

Keywords: #prayforlouisiana, #prayforlouisiana, #prayformonroe, 2016 flood, 2016 flooding, baton rouge flood, baton rouge flood 2016, bossier flood, central louisiana flood, central louisiana flooding, louisiana flood, louisiana flooding, louisiana rain, louisiana… This is only a snippet of a Aerial Photography Article written by mark@louisianahelicam.com (Louisiana Helicam, LLC Aerial Photography and Video Company) Source link

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DJI Announces the Phantom 4 Drone – Aerial Photography Article

Earlier this week DJI introduced their next generation of the incredibly popular Phantom series drones. According to a press release, DJI’s latest quad is the first camera-toting drone to make use of “highly advanced computer vision and sensing technology,” meaning even beginners will feel like seasoned vets while flying. Moreover, with its included ‘follow me’ mode, obstacle avoidance, and tap-to-fly features, the Phantom 4 is undoubtedly the smartest quadcopter DJI has ever released. While not specifically designed for professional use, the new Phantom…

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Developing Lafayette-Ambassador Town Center-Lafayette Costco – Aerial Photography Article

Here are several recent images that were taken at the new Ambassador Town Center development located in Lafayette, Louisiana.  This development will contain stores such as: HomeGoods Marshalls Nordstrom Rack Off Broadway Shoes Dick’s Sporting Goods Field & Stream Freddy’s Frozen Custard & Steakburgers  Chuy’s Mexican Restaurant Panera Bread Blaze Pizza World of Beer Panda Express Dickey’s BBQ Pit Red Robin Verizon Wireless PetSmart BJ’s Brewhouse Five Below Links of interest: Costco Development Is Bringing In Big Names The Feed…

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Louisiana Helicam, LLC Aerial Photography and Video Company – Aerial Photography Article

March 07, 2016  •  Sterlington High School Aerial Photo Saving… … This is only a snippet of a Aerial Photography Article written by mark@louisianahelicam.com (Louisiana Helicam, LLC Aerial Photography and Video Company) Source link

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The realities and sometimes unfathomable life of being a freelance timelapse photographer — Chadchud Timelapse – Time.Lapse Photography Article

It’s 23:39 and I have to be up in a little over six hours to go and shoot.  Nothing new there but I’ve been itching to get this off my chest for a while now and there’s no time like the present apparently, even if it does leave you with a lack of sleep… Going Freelance It’s a tough decision for most.  Being your own boss has a lot of benefits but it also comes with great responsibility.  Some choose…

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Forgiveness | Under the Abaya – Photobook Photography Article

I sat at work this morning with a friend discussing life and men and relationships as we usually do when the subject of forgiveness came up. It’s a funny subject, isn’t it? It’s something every single human being struggles with, yet many are hesitant to discuss. We expect it from others but often refuse to give it ourselves. We tuck our forgivenesses for offenses both petty and devastating away inside of ourselves and move on with our lives. We share…

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  Artistic Adventurer – Teri Lou: iPhone Photography Processing – iPhone Photography Article

Processed with DistressedFX, Rainy Daze and Snapseed Take a look at yesterdays blog post of my first serious iPhone photo. The image of the beautiful blue sky and gorgeous fall colors.Today I processed that image with a challenge in mind, how to create a moody rain storm. The photo has now taken on a very gloomy appearance. Amazing how just a few processing steps can change the mood completely. DistressedFX First step that came to mind was to use DistressFX…

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  Artistic Adventurer – Teri Lou: My iPhone Photography Beginning – iPhone Photography Article

The Journey Begins My Journey as a Solo Woman Van Dweller Teri Lou and her Artistic Adventurer Van My life dramatically changed in 2017 and so it was time to expand teriloublog.com to better exp… Creative iPhone/iPad Workshops Teri Lou Dantzler, is excited to share her creative techniques and workflows. These workshops are customized for each client. What to expect:Step-by-step workflows that encourage variations of artistic play.Top 10 Tips and TricksBackup and cloud storage handout Top 10 Van Dweller Questions…

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Euclid Avenue Tour in Cleveland, Ohio – Aerial Photography Article

Euclid Avenue is a major street in Cleveland, Ohio. It runs northeasterly from the Public Square in Downtown Cleveland, through the cities of East Cleveland, Euclid and Wickliffe, to the suburb of Willoughby as a part of U.S. Route 20 and U.S. Route 6. The street passes Playhouse Square, the University Circle, Cleveland State University, the Cleveland Clinic, Severance Hall, Tifereth Israel (The Temple), Case Western Reserve University andUniversity Hospitals Case Medical Center. The HealthLine bus rapid transit line runs in designated bus lanes in the median of Euclid Avenue from Public Square to Louis Stokes Station…

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Tallest Buildings in Calgary – Peak Aerials – Aerial Photography Article

*UPDATED August 2016 Brookfield Place – 247 meters Brookfield Place Calgary is a full-block commercial development located between 1st & 2nd Streets and 6th & 7th Avenues SW in Calgary, Alberta, Canada; consisting of 220,000 square metres.  It recently surpassed the Bow Building in height and is now topped out at 247 meters.   The Bow Building – 237 meters The Bow is a 158,000-square-metre office building for the headquarters of Encana Corporation and Cenovus Energy, in downtown Calgary, Alberta.…

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The Struggle | Under the Abaya – Photobook Photography Article

I try to visit with my daughter most days after work. After all, this is why I live here. To give her a happy life with both of her parents in her daily life. Some days this means she comes to me, and some days I stop by to see her at her Grandmother’s house where she lives with her father, which is what I did today. Usually on days like today I’d have her Grandmother’s driver take me home…

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Going to a Canadian National Park? Leave your drone at home – Aerial Photography Article

We have received a lot of questions lately about flying a drone in Canadian National Parks such as Banff National Park, Jasper, Yoho, etc.  There’s certainly no shortage of conflicting information and footage on Youtube and Vimeo of stunning landscapes taken in popular areas of the Parks, enticing other drone enthusiasts to go out and capture their own spectacular shots. Aviation in the National Parks of Canada are governed by the National Parks Air Access Regulations section of the National Parks Act.  These regulations…

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How to impress your clients, keep them smiling and reassure them — Chadchud Timelapse – Time.Lapse Photography Article

Skye, the deliverer of goodness It was Friday night, I’d only slept for 45 minutes the night before and we were itching to take a break.  A gap in the schedule meant we weren’t due to shoot until Saturday afternoon so we decided to go out for a *few* drinks in the small village (town?) of Portree.  Fast-forward to 3am and a full sampling of the finest Whiskey around coupled with bumping into a group of beautiful women who took…

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Should I buy a used camera? — Chadchud Timelapse – Time.Lapse Photography Article

One of the questions I get asked most is what camera to buy for timelapse photography.  It’s a question that I can’t answer as I’ve shot timelapse on everything from a Canon AE1 to the Phase One – it’s all down to personal taste and experimentation.  If you’re starting out on a limited budget however, there’s always the second hand market and it’s not always bad news… Why buy a used camera? Timelapse is a fairly unique sport and requires…

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  Artistic Adventurer – Teri Lou: Night iPhone Photography Comparison – iPhone Photography Article

Since ProCamera just released the in-app purchase ‘LowLight+’ I went to the Portland Winter Light Festival to capture some comparisons between different camera apps.I am the visual comparison type, not the technical type so this comparison is purely visual for you to decide for yourself what image you like better. If you want to find out how the different apps are technically capturing the image I am sure there is plenty of opportunities to find out through a Google search.The…

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Selfies, HDR, Glamour Shots, Dead People & More – Photography Article

Get the audio podcast at http://sdp.io/podcast We investigate photo fads, starting with photographing dead people in the early days of film. In the 80s, we dig into Glamour Shots (and interview several victims) and those awful Olan Mills “floating heads” double exposures. We explore the history of HDR, and how a very practical technology became terribly abused. Then, we explore the origin of selfies, selfie sticks, and duckface. Support us by supporting our sponsor, Squarespace! Visit squarespace.com/tony for a 14-day…

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Aerial Agents | Northeast Ohio’s Premier Aerial Imagery Provider – Aerial Photography Article

By far the most memorable flight, if misery creates memories, was the March 2014 flight. Choice of dates was limited since the rest of the film crew would be returning to California soon. The temperature was no more than 10 degrees on the ground and less than that in the air. Add an extreme wind-chill factor thanks to the missing door and nearly complete numbness was an eventuality. “It wasn’t pleasant” admits Curt. “You know you’re going to get cold,…

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Creating a Monster – 24hrs at Broadway Tower – Time.Lapse Photography Article

For the past few years there’s been a lot of ‘in my bag’ posts where photographers list or take a picture of their kit.  For me that would be a challenge in itself as most of my kit is big bits of metal or just too long to fit into your average picture.  Instead of a normal picture, I decided last year to show some of my kit in action on my 2014 showreel as a kind of mini intro…

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Job Alerts: Last Minute Timelapse Shoot – Time.Lapse Photography Article

  Shoot details When: Saturday 16th Jan 2016 Where: WR12 / Evesham / Gloucester / Cheltenham Looking for: 2x Camera Assistants (1x 10am-10pm, 1x 10pm-10am Sunday) We’ve been waiting on the weather hence the last minute ad! The shoot will involve 9 cameras, 9 timelapse rigs, a lot of batteries and most likely a lot of coffee.  I won’t lie, it’s going to be a cold one at -3 but there’ll be a warm van to escape to when needed! …

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Staycationing – Photobook Photography Article

I have finally reentered the world as the proud tenant of my very own apartment! An apartment in my name. An apartment paid for in full via my own hard earned salary. I still have a room full of boxes to sort through and I am probably going to be broke until at least March, but I am on cloud nine about having a place to call home again. To add to the excitement, I am also currently enjoying one…

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Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina and Montenegro — Chadchud Timelapse – Time.Lapse Photography Article

The Kit Prep We’re a team of four for these shoots and the reality is that we’ll be in a vehicle of some sort to travel to each location.  In the past this has varied from a Land Rover Defender to a small minibus or even a people carrier with a trailer so it’s important that I don’t take too much kit as there’s also a DOP and a drone op – the drone is usually one case and the…

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My piece in Newsweek: No Sacred Space – Photobook Photography Article

December 16, 2015 · 4:53 am The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is undergoing its third round of municipal elections. The first round was held in 2005 to much fanfare, whilst the second was slated for 2009 but in fact delayed until 2011. Women were excluded in those first two municipal elections. The participation of women only became possible this third time around, after a royal decree by Saudi’s previous ruling monarch, King Abdullah. With the exception of the inclusion of…

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Louisiana Helicam, LLC Aerial Photography and Video Company – Aerial Photography Article

Keywords: arklamiss aerial, arklamiss aerial photographer, choudrant aerial, choudrant aerial photographer, nela aerial photographer, squire creek, squire creek aerial, squire creek aerial photos, squire creek choudrant, squire creek country club, squire creek golf course, squire creek tom fazio, … This is only a snippet of a Aerial Photography Article written by mark@louisianahelicam.com (Louisiana Helicam, LLC Aerial Photography and Video Company) Source link

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  Artistic Adventurer – Teri Lou: Morning Has Broken – iPhone Photography Article

Morning has BrokenAs I sit in my warm car in between rain squalls I am looking out at the Okarito Lagoon. The air is moist and everything is cast in gray, a stark contrast to the brilliant greens in the gorge the day before. The mood is quiet and still, even with the birds fluttering about. Among some brilliant mountain peaks that were meant for a less cloudy perfect sunset location. However even last night the showers and mist prevented a peak…

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Smash Palace – New Zealand – iPhone Photography Article

What is this girl going to do when she’s driving 100 km down a country road at 8:30am and sees a sign pointing turn right now for ‘Vintage Car Museum’? Put on the brakes fast, but not fast enough and figure a safe place to make a U-turn.  As I approach I saw rusty vehicles everywhere, acres of them. Piled high, rusting into the ground, with ferns growing out of them, with wooden wheels, most with steering wheels on the…

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