Excellent presentation on ethics, using great image examples.
17:30 “The first thing you have to do is just let go. Let go of caring what other people think. Let go of complying. Let go of the rules. Let go of worrying about being criticized. Let go of worrying if the image will be liked or will ever win. … If you’re concerned about all of those external things, vision is not going to be able to happen.”
46 Praise is more dangerous than criticism. It can make you do things you wouldn’t have otherwise.
“…criticism can sting at times that you shake it off, but praise that’s really, it’s actually more dangerous than criticism because it can sway our view of things. And I’ve had my own view of my images swayed by how many likes it gets or how much praise it gets it.”
He only shoots and posts what he really loves. “Don’t produce for ‘likes’ or wins or sales.” “…creating honest work.” Which is “why I never went into photography as a living.” “It’s so freeing to not have to worry about selling.”
The most amazing thing to see in real life!
Music and lights are stunning starting at 4:30!
Mike and I had our images displayed simultaneously at Jitters years ago.
I am excited to share my new collection of night sky, startrail timelapses. These trails were created by blending hundreds of long exposure images for each individual timelapse. The intro sequences are a blend of startrail timelapses mixed with regular night sky timelapses to create a singular shooting star effect. This was a super fun passion project to work on over the years, I have a few more time-blended videos to share in the near future!
Perfect way to start one’s day!
Screenshot from 1:17; right side cropped:
Nevada Art Printers is the home of Lumichrome prints, which far exceed metal prints in color gamut, and still have the pop — and more longevity!
Metal prints are overrated. Most non-Lumichrome high-end inkjet prints also far exceed metal prints’ color gamut. A large number of metal prints are printed with only a 3 color and 1 black inkset. Whereas, high-end inkjet prints can have as many as 12!
Robin Wong at 10:35, transcribed by myself:
“The content of photography itself has changed. Instead of the photographer taking a photograph of something else, they direct attention back to themselves. … Look at what all your friends are posting. It’s photographs of themselves, selfies, the vacation that they are taking, the food that they are eating, their pet cat….
Everything is about me, me, me, me, me. Photography has become a selfish, self-centric adventure. Photography is no longer about documentation, story telling, or about creating art. It’s all about shooting yourself, shooting your daily life, and trying to show the world how amazing your life is.
The use of a camera has become irrelevant. All you need is your smartphone.” Continue reading “Real Reasons Why The Camera Market Is Shrinking — Instead of photographing the world, it’s all about me, me, me…”
Fascinating! I’ve watched many of the episodes, to now discover how they did it!
Scott Wilson, cohost of Departures and Steven Bray, producer talk to what looks like a film school class.
4K Relaxation Channel’s most watched video gives our Creator the credit!
Footage from roads, trails, and looking up at the towering cliffs from within the Virgin River!
This is GREAT! Serious landscape photographer destroys “flat earth!”
• It is in fact the moon blocking the sun during eclipse. Craters and seas shown.
• The moon does not emanate its own light.
• 15 High clouds get dark from the bottom up as the sun dips below the horizon
• More… Continue reading “(vid) Landscape Photographer Destroys “Flat Earth!” • It is in fact the moon blocking the sun during eclipse – craters and seas shown • High clouds get dark from the bottom up as the sun dips below the horizon • More…”
4:00 “Thanks to everyone who chimed in [and offered advice]. That’s one of the main things I love about the *film* photography community. It tends to be supportive. People want to help each other, explain things to each other, make them better. It’s not super competitive like other parts of the photography community. So I love that. Thanks to everyone who chimed in.” Continue reading “Nick Carver: The *film* photography community tends to be supportive, not super competitive like…”
I’ve spent a lot of time at this site. Very sad! Continue reading “The end is (probably) nigh: After almost 22 years, Imaging Resource is set to wind down in early 2020”
Apple uses a gorgeous Afghan dog to show off the new “ultra wide” lens!
“Ultra wide” really is amazingly superwide at 13mm (35mm equivalent), but the “telephoto” lens is a misnomer. It’s only a standard focal length lens at 52mm. It’s twice the focal length of the “wide” lens, which is 26mm.
I don’t use a cellphone, but if I did…. This is actually the first cellphone that I find interesting as a camera, because it has the superwide 13mm (equiv.) lens, which no compact camera is capable of.
Key points from this video:
Standard lens and selfie camera have 1/2.5 inch sensors.
“Tele” and ultrawide have smaller 1/3.6 sensors.
Pro has a high contrast OLED screen.
Night mode works by taking a long exposure, which the competition doesn’t do, and is shown to often work better. Night mode is only available on the standard lens.
I’ve learned elsewhere that the ultrawide lens also does not have image stabilization or RAW, which the other two lenses do.
City timelapses and hyperlapses from around the world. This is a collection of my favorite cityscape timelapses from over the years. The video is a mix of static shots, motion controlled timelapses and manual hyperlapse shots. I really hope you all enjoy the video and thanks so much for watching!
Places featured in the video:
New York City, New York
Los Angeles, California
San Francisco, California
Cinque Terre, Italy
and a castle in Scotland.
I love watching Nick Carver’s videos; though, I’m not currently shooting film (or even digital much right now — though that should change).
This is about trying something new, and gracefully dealing with $15 mistakes. I posted this comment about the bee invasion:
Really enjoyable to watch your experience! Maybe the bees were attracted to the selenium in the chemicals, which is an essential trace mineral that many people are low in. Not sure, but I think it’s the fixer in dark room chemicals that is high in selenium.
The price is higher than the Panasonics, but the lens is much sharper at full tele!
For video, it still lacks a mic jack for great audio, as well as a built-in ND filter.
• More than 200 BILLION STARS in our Milky Way galaxy!
• More than 200 BILLIONS GALAXIES in the universe.
• Our sun is an average sized star.
Number of ‘suns’ in the universe: 200 billion X 200 billion!
Some theorize the universe may be infinite, because every time we upgrade the Hubble telescope we see more galaxies behind the known universe.
“I went up to Paranal Observatory for an observing shift, and I decided to test the crystal ball as an astrophotography lens,”….
For some, this could be a fun little camera.
Hopefully, square format cameras will help move along *multi-aspect sensors* in digital to even include square. This little camera can help educate people in how square is also special, and should be part of the digital world too.
Why should we be stuck in 3:2 once the 3:2 SLR mirror box is gone?
I keep harping on this, hoping this major artistic change will come.
Gordon’s written review here
We all know that if you shoot a portrait of someone’s face up close with a wide angle lens, their face will be distorted and the background will appear extremely far behind them. This is called “extension distortion.” If you back up and take a picture of the same person with a telephoto lens, the subject and background will become more “compressed” meaning that the foreground and background will appear closer together. This is called “compression distortion.”
These noticeable differences lead most photographers to believe that wide angle lenses are distorting a scene while telephoto lenses are compressing a scene, but they are overlooking what is actually happening: the camera is moving. In reality, the distance from the camera to the subject is what is creating these distortions.
Two years ago, I wrote an article titled “Lens Compression Doesn’t Exist,” and in that article, I created an animated gif to prove that a wide angle lens cropped in and a telephoto lens will create the same amount of foreground and background “compression” if the camera remains in the same place. … (article)