Posts Tagged ‘tour’

Photos of Vans Warped Tour Musicians Before and After They Perform

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Musicians go hard. And while every artist and band puts it all out on stage for the world to see, the Vans Warped Tour in particular often features a lineup of bands whose members truly give it their all, for as long as three months, day after day.

In an effort to document just how exhausting just one of these performances can be, live performance photographer, Brandon Andersen, decided to do something a little different than usual and capture a collection of before-and-after performance images of musicians whose bands were in this year’s Vans Warped Tour lineup.

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The First Lady Invites Instagrammers to the White House for a Garden Tour Photo Walk

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First Lady Michelle Obama is turning to Instragram in order to organize a meet-up/photo walk and give the world a tour of the White House gardens this weekend. Read more…

Photogs Mix Google Street View and Light Painting to Show Off Concert Venue

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What happens when you give a bunch of skaters, some photographers and a light painter free reign to create a Street View tour of a French concert venue/cultural hotspot? We’ll give you a hint, it’s similar to what a French ski shop did for its virtual tour. Read more…

Tour Some of the World’s Most Famous Zoos, Now on Google Street View

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Google has made sure that the couch potato in all of us has ample opportunity to see the world by adding everything from the world’s tallest peaks to an extensive tour of the Grand Canyon to its Street View repertoire. But of course, that’s not to say the search giant is anywhere near done.

The company’s most recent update, which went live yesterday, added a long list of world-renowned zoos to the list, allowing users to skip the lines and see some lions, giraffes and pandas in their not-so-natural habitats. Read more…

Creative ‘Hyperlapse Postcard’ Takes You on a Tour of the Country of Georgia

Although it shares a name with a certain state about 90-miles east of where I live, the country of Georgia couldn’t be more different in every other way. The mountainous 26,216 square mile country is packed with gorgeous sights that range from Black Sea beaches to gorgeous mountain ranges.

The folks at Timelapse Media decided this picturesque country deserved its own “hyperlapse postcard” as they call it. And so they grabbed their cameras and got to traveling. Read more…

A Look Inside Casey Neistat’s Extremely Efficient Studio Workspace

Casey Neistat is a YouTube filmmaker who has had several of his creations — including this handy guide to not sucking on Instagram — go viral. He’s also the creator of the series The Neistat Brothers on HBO.

His success has made it possible for him to set up the perfect studio situation in his New York workspace, and in this short video series, we get a tour of the extremely organized space where the YouTube magic happens. Read more…

MIOPS: Smartphone Controllable High Speed Camera Trigger

MIOPS is a new smartphone-controlled camera trigger that combines all of the features photographers want in a high-speed camera trigger into one convenient device.

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Juggler Uses Chest-Mounted Camera for a Point-of-View Tour of Iceland

You’ve seen timelapse videos, and maybe even hyperlapse videos, but what about a juggle-lapse one? That Juggler Guy recently took his juggling balls and a GoPro camera on a trip around Iceland. What resulted is the mesmerizing video above in which the juggled balls are used for cuts between clips.
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I’m Teri Campbell, and Here’s a Tour of My Food Photography Studio

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Younger photographers may not understand it, or even feel the same way, but for photographers of my generation, your studio was not just a place to take photographs — it was a reflection of you. It told the world who you were. If you didn’t have one, then you weren’t really a photographer!
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Inside the Lab of an Electron Microscope Photographer

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David Scharf is a basement pioneer in the art of making some of the world’s smallest things appear huge.
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Behind the Scenes at the Second Largest Studio Lighting Factory in China

Back in October, we shared some photos taken inside a small Chinese studio lighting maker named NiceFoto. Now we have a look at what operations look like at a much larger manufacturer: Godox. It’s reportedly the second largest studio lighting producer in all of China.
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