BY ALAN DYER This weekend, on the evening of January 20, 2019 for North America, the Full Moon passes through the umbral shadow of the Earth, creating a total eclipse of the Moon. No, this isn’t a “blood,” “super,” nor “wolf” Moon. All those terms are internet fabrications designed to bait clicks. It is a total […]Read more "Photographing the Total Eclipse of the Moon"
by Apalapse Learn how to photograph the milky way, controlling shutter speed, aperture, and ISO while using techniques to reduce camera shake and maintain tight focus on stars. This video alone was comprised of over 200 individually animated layers. And if you’d like a more detailed explanation…Read more "How to Photograph the Milky Way in 2 Minutes"
May 22, 2015 By Lens Distortions, LLC The ALL NEW Lens Distortions app – Stunning photographic overlays add character and dimension to your shots. Optimized for iPhone 6 Compatible with iPhone 4s+ AUTHENTIC Lens Distortions look real, because they are real. Made from optically-captured elements, including actual sunlight, haze, and fragments of glass. INTUITIVE Incredibly […]Read more "The ALL NEW (and FREE) Lens Distortions App"
May 3, 2012 by dpBestflow.org Background In August of 2007, the American Society of Media Photographers (ASMP) was awarded funds by the United States Library of Congress through its National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program (NDIIPP) for the Digital Photography Best Practices and Workflow (dpBestflow®) project. ASMP assembled a team of experts and thought […]Read more "Digital Photography Best Practices and Workflow"
October 15, 2011 by Kert Gartner (This is an update to a post I had earlier this summer here.) Check out this video from VFXHaiku.com which goes over how to make a cinemagraph using Photoshop and After Effects. Cinemagraphs are gifs, a hybrid of photographs and videos created by photographers Jamie Beck and Kevin Burg. […]Read more "How to Make a Cinemagraph with Photoshop and After Effects"