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Photoshop Makes Powerful Time-lapse Videos Easy

Nikon D800, 28-300mm f/3.5-5.6 VR lens @45mm, f/11, 1/800s, ISO 400.

I’ve been shooting time-lapse sequences ever since the second day I owned a Nikon D700 and realized that it had a built intervalometer. 479 more words

Shooting

360Fly: The Future of Video?

Hardware startup 360Fly is looking to blaze a trail that other wearable imaging companies such as Sony and GoPro have yet to step foot on: 360° video. 226 more words

Software

Joyce, A.S.C.

Although James Joyce’s sensory-detail heavy writing style remains consistent throughout his famed collection of short stories entitled Dubliners,  one specific tale takes this style above and beyond.  357 more words

Cameras

Joyce, A.S.C.

Although James Joyce’s sensory-detail heavy writing style remains consistent throughout his famed collection of short stories entitled Dubliners,  one specific tale takes this style above and beyond.  354 more words

Why I Will Never Use Margarine On Set

A couple of years ago whilst on a shoot an elderly gentleman backed away from my camera and said ‘are you going to smear margarine on your lens lad?’. 634 more words

Canon

MDA2900 - Lighting Workshop

This week we had a lighting workshop with the cinematographer Ian Liggett.

Ian has worked on various films and TV series including the BBC’s My almost modern family, Channel 4′s Teachers and Footballers wives. 472 more words

Film.

Upcoming Schedule

Yep, it is getting to be that time again.  Spring is turning into summer way too quickly, yet again.  In just a few short weeks my “busy” season starts.  349 more words

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