What would it be like if you took Google Glass on a serious photography outing?
Macro shots? Timelapse? Weddings? Fashion?
We get answers these questions in the new parody video, ‘The Google Glass Photographer”. Check out this comical take on Google Glass below.
Check out the below BTS video for Profoto Master Series with Greg Heisler as he talks his way through the his approach to shooting Bill & Melinda Gates and Bono for the cover of Time’s Person of the Year cover for 2005.
Lots of good pre-production thoughts and then curve ball adjustments once people started arriving on his set. [click to continue…]
One of the very cool accessories that I saw at PhotoPlus 2012 were these urban backgrounds from Lastolite. These things fold up small and pop up into a large 5×7 background. Although the material is some sort of fabric the designs on them look absolutely real on camera.
You can get some sense of the effect in the video above; however, for a taste of how amazing these look with proper lighting, check out these samples from Frank Doorhoff.
They should be available soon. Keep watching here at B&H Photo.
The HDRI Handbook 2.0 is a new book from Christian Bloch that updates the original HDRI Handbook from 2007. It is a 672 beast of a book covering all things HDR.
“It has been completely rewritten and is packed with practical hints and tips, background knowledge, reference tools, breathtaking artist portfolios, and inspiring interviews. The book includes dozens of new step-by-step tutorials, which are easy to follow with the material provided on the DVD. Beginners will get a methodically solid introduction and advanced readers will be able to refine their technique to perfection.”
The HDRI Handbook 2.0 retails for $59.95; however, it is currently available for $31.62 on Amazon.com.
Welcome to the 2012 edition of Photography Bay’s Photo Gear Holiday Gift Guide.
This guide is set up in categories that describe the general type of cameras – be it a price range or general features. You can scan the headings until you find the right category for you and your special photographer.
In the category summaries below, I have identified the cameras and accessories that I feel are the best buys and best equipment based on my opinion of those products within the specified category. [click to continue…]
Nikon’s Nikkor-branded lens have been produced since 1959. Today, there are over 75 million of them in the wild.
Nikon hit the 65 million lens mark in October 2011, then hit 70 million back in May 2012 – and Canon just rolled past the 80 million EF lens mark. [click to continue…]