Ok so here is the scenario. You have a cheap tripod head but want to create a professional looking panning shot. Fear not! The answer is a cheap and cheerful rubber band. Read on… (more…)
Archive for the ‘Inspiration’ Category
Have you ever tried street photography? Do you find it difficult to photograph people in public places? Street photography is something that I’m really interested in and I have tried my best to improve my street photography skills. However, I still feel a little uneasy about snapping complete strangers and I’m probably still a little over cautious when taking street photographs. I guess you have to have a lot of street photos under your belt before you get desensitized to the fear of someone clobbering you over the head with their Christmas shopping for taking their photo. (more…)
I’ve seen bad shorts promoted by great sites and great sites promoting bad shorts. Here is an example of a great site promoting a great short. The site is
Its a beautiful example of a simple look and feel but the content is equally good. Information on cast and crew, trailer, background info, interview with director and a press pack (a great idea).
Take a look and see
Beautiful example of a wedding shot on DLSR that I found on the web.
camera: 7D shot in 24p at 1/50th of a second for the most part except a couple clips where I forgot or it got bumped up. also shot a couple of them at 60p.
lenses: 24 1.4, 50 1.2, 24-105
light: litepanel micro with a warming filter
audio: rode videomic
music: zoe keating
stabilized: with a monopod and a zacuto rapidfire
edited: iMovie 09
A spot by Spy Films directors Alex & Steffen for Bahrain Telecommunications Company (Batelco), disguised as 3 1/2 minutes of badassery.
Some creative works by Year 2 students on their latest Video and Audio 1 assignment
Meet “Dot” the tiny animated character who takes on the world in this animated short advertising the Nokia N8’s Cellscope microscopic 12-megapixel camera. Certified by the Book of Guinness World Records, the animation was created by Aardman Animation, the folks behind the Wallace and Gromit series. Shooting only four seconds of footage per day, the team worked painstakingly to produce the movie.