Check out this beautifully crisp time lapse of Iceland on today’s Monday like. Shot with the Sony A65. More info below.
I don’t consume a lot of photography training, or at least I didn’t until I had the opportunity to watch this Headshot tutorial DVD. I had always assumed photography was a completely different world with little crossover. And I think a lot of us foolishly believe that filmmaking/video is a superior medium that evolved from photography. Especially with all the hubbub of the DSLR video movement.
Patrick from FStoppers.com contacted me and asked me if I would be interested in checking out their recent DVD release “Peter Hurley: The Art Behind The Headshot” I snap off a few stills on a lot of my projects so if anything I thought I might walk away a better stills shooter.
But upon watching this extensive 4 hour DVD, I realized how valuable this course is. Even to video folk like us. Here are 5 reasons you should check it out too:
This weeks Monday Likes comes from someone I have huge respect for. Jeremy Cowart has epic talents, as seen in this piece. Got me thinking about photography, art and convergence of the two.
This weeks Monday Like pick is this great little piece by Amsterdam World Wide. Its been out for a while, but I missed getting it on the site. Every time I see this video, I get an itch to get out of the studio and go make something. I hope you enjoy.
The HDSLR Mobile Hybrid Rig is a response to the HDSLR revolution combining stills and video in production. This rig was conceived for the shooter who desires a quick and mobile solution for both DSLR video and stills. The idea was a rig that would offer stabilization for video while still offering a small form factor for photography.
Below are links to where you can find the gear and accessories mentioned in the podcast.Read More…