Tutorials — May 2013

Nearly everybody has had this experience before. You sit in an airplane, take off, and dive into a wonderful new perspective—staring out the window, passing through clouds, seeing the sun set and then rise again, seeing silhouettes of brightly lit cities pass by, street lights form patterns, grids, and beautiful shapes. It is tight, your neighbor is snoring, the engines...
Matt Molloy is a photographer from Ontario offering up a fresh look at time-lapse photography with his "Timestacks" series. Matt takes his time-lapse sequences and layers them into a single image, creating photos with a unique painterly feel where the clouds look like brush strokes. Matt uses a program called Magic Lantern and uses its intervalometer to capture the time-lapse...
We came across Johnny Tergo's Passenger-Side Window project last week and knew we had to share it with you. Johnny has put a refreshing new spin on street photography by creating a phenomenal rig in his truck that allows him to take candid street photos as he sits in traffic. If that's not the best use of traffic downtime, then...