Posts Tagged ‘amazing’

THIS is How You Change a Lens Like a Pro: Sony Ad Shows Mid-Skydive Lens Change

A couple of weeks ago, we shared a video that showed a guy dropping his brand new $2,300 24-70mm f/2.8L lens as he demonstrates how to quickly swap your lenses out “just like the pros.” Some people thought it was real, some thought it was fake, but whatever the case it definitely WAS a big fat fail.

That is 100% not the case with the epic Sony ad above, which is titled simply “A7R,” but ought to be called “THIS is How You Change a Lens Like a Pro”… feel free to substitute “bada**” for “pro.” Read more…

The Entrancing and Surreal Self-Portraiture of Kyle Thompson

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There are selfies, and then there are self-portraits. Make no mistake, these are two very different things, in the same way that a photograph differentiates itself from a snapshot. So while the word ‘selfie’ might be in the midst of experiencing its 15 minutes of fame, it would be an injustice to call photographer Kyle Thompson‘s gripping self-portraits ‘selfies.’ Read more…

NASA Engineers Upgrade Pseudo Bullet Time Camera Rig with 7,200 FPS Phantom

Rest easy, future astronauts. If occasional filmmaker and full-time tinkerer Mark Rober and his pals are any indication, NASA engineers can MacGyver their way into or out of any situation. Read more…

Incredible ‘Disintegrating’ Car Composites that Took Two Months to Create… Each

Swiss photographer and artist Fabian Oefner calls his Disintegrating series of exploded car photographs ‘possibly the slowest high-speed images ever taken.”

Because while each of these striking photographs looks like it was taken in a fraction of a second as a car disassembled itself in the most photogenic way possible, they’re actually composite photos of highly detailed model cars painstakingly created over the course of two months. Read more…

This Photo of Morgan Freeman Will Blow Your Mind, Because It’s not a Photo at All

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One of the most recent videos to go extremely viral over the past several days involves a behind the scenes look at how a portrait of Morgan Freeman came together… and when we say came together, we mean created from scratch on an iPad by finger-painting! Read more…

Stunning! Rare Atmospheric Phenomenon Fills the Entire Grand Canyon with Fog

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Stunning, breathtaking, Oh Em Gee, however you want to put it, the photos in this post are incredible to look at and incredibly difficult to capture. Not because it takes any crazy skills to properly photograph the Grand Canyon, but because the atmospheric conditions necessary to make these photos possible happens only about once per decade! Read more…

Fly Like an Eagle: Wildlife Cam Gets Taken on a Wild Ride by a Curious Bird

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Try all the tricky ski moves and skateboard jumps you want, but it’ll be hard to beat the latest action video auteur – a curious Australian sea eagle who snagged a wildlife camera to create a brief but exciting aerial tour of his neighborhood. Read more…

Actor Zach Braff Photobombs NY Wedding Photog’s Photo Shoot, Photo Goes Viral

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It’s not necessarily the way you expect to go viral when you’re a photographer, but one of NYC wedding and lifestyle photographer Sascha Reinking’s photos is racing across the Internet at warp speed today after actor Zach Braff (of Scrubs fame) photobombed his newlywed shoot in the middle of NYC. Read more…

How an Exploding Meteor Turned a Great Shot Into a Once-in-a-Lifetime Photograph

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I’ve been shooting photos for 20 years. I’ve made my living in the profession for the last 15. I can count on one hand the number of times that everything lined up perfectly and a truly rare image was created. Read more…

Must-See Tilt-Shift Time-Lapse Shows Off an Incredibly Creative Way to Use the Effect

We don’t typically share two time-lapses in the same day, since most people see that genre as over-saturated as it is, but today we have good reason to. The first is a landscape time-lapse so gorgeous National Geographic took notice, and this one, well this one may completely change the way you look at tilt-shift where time-lapse is concerned. Read more…