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Friday Feature: Framing, timing bring juxtaposed beach scenes to lifeThree Men © Moises LevyFraming and composition are two of the most basic tools in every photographers arsenal, but they can also be some of the most powerful.In his recent of photographs, Mexico City photographer Moises Levy shows how simple black and white photographs on the beach can be turned into wonderfully juxtaposed image
In the video below, we join photographer Adam Gibbs and six other photographers on a trek through Jasper National Park in the Canadian Rockies. Gibbs and others worked their way to Tonquin Valley for some landscape photography and the scenery and resulting images are spectacular. While leading the workshop, Gibbs had plenty of opportunities for photography on the 23-kilometer hike into their en
from cascading waves, shooting stars and intricate wings, sagan uses the book's covers, spines and pages to create captivating designs. The post elizabeth sagan transforms her extensive book collection into artistic literary scenes appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
cairo, lebanon, and kenya carry on the path that begun in las palmas, natsumi, wagasa, anatomica, in a continuous search for the beauty, drawing inspiration by the itineraries of the renaissance. The post vito nesta paints scenes from cairo, lebanon and kenya on the grand tour plates appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
This weekend, we want to show you a great behind-the-scenes video from Dan and Sally Watson. In addition to reviewing gear, the duo are full-time photographers and photograph a lot of weddings. For those interested in starting wedding photography or perhaps just looking for fresh ideas, the video below is a great resource. On the gear side of things, the Watsons shoot with Sony mirrorless gear,
photography johnny miller's aerial images reveal architectural barriers -- both planned and impromptu -- across major metropolises from mexico city to mumbai. The post unequal scenes: drone photography documents stark social inequality across the world appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Photographer Zach Allia is based in Utah and is part of Sony's Alpha Imaging Collective. He is also the focus of the newest episode of Adorama's Through the Lens docu-series. After working in the tech industry for a decade, Allia took a step back and evaluated what he really wanted to do. He had been very interested in photography in high school, so he wanted to try returning to his pri
Armed with his Nikon D850 and array of Nikon zoom lenses, photographer Adam Gibbs headed to Strathcona Provincial Park on Vancouver Island for some rugged landscape photography. The area is characterized by its small cascades, creeks and old growth forest. In typical form, Gibbs' video below also features some very nice drone shots of the area. The first D850 shot he captures is at the pict
While you can get amazing and natural-looking results using artificial lights outdoors, sometimes it's best to keep it simple and shoot just with natural light. That's exactly what Jessica Kobeissi does it in her latest video with model Sonya Esman. It's a fun shoot in Los Angeles in which Jessica uses a Canon 5D Mark III with her trusty 24-70mm f/2.8 lens. If you'd like to see
Photographer and educator Elaine Torres has recently been working with the DIGIBEE 800 light by Paul C Buff. With the light, Torres shows us her go-to lighting setup when doing creative portraits. In total, for her lighting she uses a DIGIBEE 800, ALIENBEE 800, 22-inch silver beauty dish and 8.5-inch high output reflector bowl. Her camera of choice is the Canon 5D Mark III and the lens is a 24-70 is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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