Nikon recently launched a new web portal incorporating Nikon’s recent HD-video achievements using the D600, D800 and D4. The new site shows “Joy Ride” – a video featuring D800 and NIKKOR versatility and follows a man’s mysterious nighttime ride through the streets of Chicago. Set against challenging lighting and laden with fast motion shots, the film boasts outstanding video quality in tRead More
Trevor Clark (www.trevorclarkphoto.com) was recently highlighted in Photo District News (PDN) for his use of off-camera lighting in his adventure and outdoor photography. Trevor seems to be the quintessential on-the-road and shooting-all-the-time kind of photographer. He lives in Lake Tahoe and uses a beefed up 4×4 Sportsmobile converted van/studio to travel and work with around North America. He has dedicated hRead More
Trevor Clark (www.trevorclarkphoto.com) was recently highlighted in Photo District News (PDN) for his use of off-camera lighting in his adventure and outdoor photography. Trevor seems to be the quintessential on-the-road and shooting-all-the-time kind of photographer. Trevor’s recent personal project of shooting a still and video story on an American kayaker who returned to medicine to set up a clinic in UganRead More
Dwight Eschliman (eschlimanphoto.com) has been living and working in San Francisco for over ten years. His work spans a variety of subjects from athletic shoes to Legos, clean rooms to castles in Germany, the newest tech products to beef stew. His editorial photography appears in New York Times Magazine, San Francisco Magazine, Esquire, GQ, Details, New York Magazine, Dwell, and Wired. Dwight’s advertising pRead More
One of the world’s first true electronic HDSLR remote controls, the Clamp-On Electronic Remote Control for Canon HDSLRs, lets you react quickly to changing contexts and creative inspiration. It connects to your Canon HDSLR via USB and interfaces with the camera and lens firmware directly to control focus operations, live view, record start/stop, shutter release, and more. Expansion of Product Lines This new and uniquRead More
No one is denying that multimedia and filmmaking have become staples for visual storytellers. Many still photographers have moved into a realm of shooting motion for clients as well as for their personal projects. The workshops listed below range from a few days in length to a few weeks. Most are for beginners and intermediate in multimedia, but you should also note that some are for advanced filmmakers and produRead More
Shawn Reeder (shawnreeder.com) may not have all the big awards in photography and videography, but he holds one of the highest remarks from well known Director of Photography Philip Bloom as having “one of the most beautiful time lapses [he] has ever seen.” Many would consider this equal to winning one of the industry’s highest awards. Time lapses can be captured in two general ways: shooting conRead More
David McLain (www.davidmclain.com) sharpened his skills the old-fashioned way shooting feature-length assignments around the world for National Geographic Magazine. While the stories varied greatly, the mandate was always the same: create timeless images for a client with the highest visual standards on earth. More recently, he has become absorbed with cinematography and is actively adapting his eye and skill-set toRead More
Think the best job in the world is being a professional photographer? You may be right. Most don’t realize, however, the time and energy combined with creative motivation that it takes to work to the top. Commercial and editorial photographers (and now videographers) need a crew of individuals who are just as dedicated and skillful at their crafts to make the photographer succeed. When a position for a studRead More
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