Watch COOPH master Thomas Leuthard take to the streets of Salzburg to demonstrate some ninja street photography tips. For budding photographers looking to boost their Instagram followers with some incredible street photography, this video will definitely point you in the right direction as you hit the streets with your smartphone or DSLR. Thomas Leuthard is a master Swiss photographer based in the heart of Switzerland.


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All images by © Thomas Leuthard
 

About Thomas Leuthard :

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Thomas Leuthard is a passionate street photographer from Switzerland, who provides street photography training material for all levels of learning.
Let's Get Connected: website | Facebook | Instagram


Text and video via Matthew Rycroft | COOPH video director




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X-Photogarpher and a beauty and portrait photograph specialist Damien Lovegrove from UK gives us a lesson on how to shoot a portrait / beauty shot by bath using FUJIFILM X-Pro2 and XF35mmF1.4 R with the lighting.






For more information visit:


FUJIFILM X-Pro2 special contents: http://fujifilm-x.com/cameras/x-pro2/
FUJINON LENS XF56mmF1.2 R special contents: http://fujifilm-x.com/lenses/xf35mmf14-r
Damien Lovegrove's Gallery: http://fujifilm-x.com/photographers/d...



About Damien Lovegrove:


I am a Fuji X photographer of women & fashion, a presenter, educator, entrepreneur, blogger and writer who likes wine. I'm also bad at being good ;)
Let's Get Connected: Website 


Text, images and video via FUJIFILM Corporation


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GoPro® cameras are amazing. The fixed lens, however, can be limiting.Lensbaby announced today their Circular 180+ for GoPro Hero Kickstarter campaign.

 The Circular 180+ lens, packed with 185 degrees of AWESOME, will make you want to pull that GoPro® out and see your adventures like you've never seen before.

Lensbaby's Circular 180+ gopro



Specs:

  • Fits on the current waterproof housing for GoPro® Hero cameras
  • 185 degree field of view and a fully circular image in 16:9 wide recording mode (underwater full circular field of view: 120 degrees) 
  • Increases the GoPro® Hero's depth of field making nearly everything in focus
  • Lens housing is waterproof to withstand extended immersion up to 3 meters (IP68 standard)
  • Included water resistant mount is built to withstand heavy splashes of water with little or no leakage between the lens housing and the GoPro® Hero's housing**
  • Add-on Waterproof Mount is waterproof to withstand extended immersion up to 3 meters and replaces the glass on the front of the standard GoPro® housing (T5 torx driver included with purchase)
Lensbaby's Circular 180+ for GoPro



 If you'd like a lens, please back it: http://lensba.by/kickstarter_circular180





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Just to be clear: Hoyte Van Hoytema changes his style to suit the movies he shoots. The goal of this video and article is to drum up enthusiasm and a yearning to learn more. -said wolfcrow -

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Text and video via wolfcrow | Image via IMAX

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In this video tutorial Moritz from Fenchel & Janisch explains how to fake and simulate a first person Virtual Reality / 360° look by using a certain camera technique and special distortion effects in post production.

Fake Virtual Reality & First Person Look


We recently used this technique for a commercial we made for a client in which he wanted to give the viewer an idea of how it feels to look through Virtual Reality glasses with a 360° view. - said Fenchel & Janisch -

Read the original post on : http://goo.gl/6xOyRS


About Fenchel & Janisch:

Fenchel & Janisch Marcel Fenchel and Moritz Janisch are a team of filmmakers based in Frankfurt, Germany.Their film production company, Fenchel & Janisch, produces commercials and corporate videos for a broad variety of companies from different branches.  Let's Get Connected: Website 


Text, image and video via Fenchel & Janisch


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TheCameraStoreTV continue their Unsung Cameras Of Yesteryear series with a look at the first large sensor digital camera designed for photojournalism, the Kodak NC2000. See how far DSLRs have come since 1994, and how this camera stacks up to it's major competition at the time, film!







SPECIFICATIONS ( via  digicammuseum.com)

  • Brand:Kodak
  • Model:AP NC2000
  • First mentioned:1994
  • Marketed:yes
  • MSRP:$15,500 - $17,500
  • Imager Type:Kodak M3 1.3MP CCD
  • Resolution:1280x1024
  • Internal Storage:-
  • External Storage:PC Card Type II/III
  • Lens:Nikon F-mount lenses
  • Shutter:30s - 1/8,000s
  • Aperture Range:lens dependent
  • LCD screen size:-
  • Size:208 x 170 x 114mm
  • Weight:1,700 gr.



Enter the Fuji S5 Pro Giveaway: thecamerastore.com/blog
Entry Form: http://goo.gl/forms/2YKpWESKNnWqJ4UA2


Special thanks to Rob Galbraith, Tim Wingate, Mike Drew and Leah Hennel

Read more about the Kodak NC2000 here: www.robgalbraith.com

Shot and edited by Jordan Drake on the Sony FS5


Text, image and video via TheCameraStoreTV



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Lighting a green screen can be difficult, but with the right tools and some careful planning, you can pull off easier and more believable green screen shots. In this tutorial video, Doug Guerra explores some tips and tricks on the type of lighting necessary for a green screen, along with essential steps to get the most out of your setup.

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Text, image and video via B and H


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Hi this is Jay P. Morgan. Today on The Slanted Lens we're at The Mannequin Gallery. We're gonna show you how to light an interview in mixed lighting situations with your Vector lights, using the Rosco LitePad . All you really need is one, but we'll add some more. Just for fun.

Interview Lighting in Mixed Light


Keep those cameras rollin' and keep on clickin'.

-Jay P.


About Jay P. Morgan:

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With more than two decades of experience Jay P. Morgan brings to his commercial studio two special qualities: a keen appreciation of the bizarre and a knack for flawlessly executing elaborate shots.

 Connect with Jay on his  Website  | Text and images via The Slanted Lens





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Instant photography, reinvented. When Polaroid ceased production in 2008, Impossible stepped in to keep original format instant film alive. The I-1 is the first new camera for that format in over two decades. Impossible CEO Oskar Smolokowski and Teenage Engineering designer Jesper Kouthoofd explain some of the thinking that went into reimagining an instant camera for the digital age, while professional photographer Oliver Blohm shares how the I-1 influences his practice.

Impossible I-1

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Available at www.impossible-project.com/i1


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Answering a question from subscribers, Alexi talks about "LIGHTING" and he describes how for a long time he only used one light



Today we have the pleasure to feature "Lighting a portrait in Compton". Written by photojournalist David Honl (website), we hope you enjoy with this story
I recently shot a portrait of former rival gang members in Compton, California. They laid down their guns and started a catering business out of a small home kitchen, delivering homestyle meals to Compton neighborhoods and the surrounding communities of South Central Los Angeles.


Lighting a portrait in Compton by David Honl

Great guys with a dream coming to life (and their food is delicious!). Check out the short video for some background on what I used to get the shot.

Behind the scenes: Lighting a portrait in Compton by David Honl

Technical details:


-Sony A7R with 24-70
-Lumopro LP180 flash with Honl Photo traveller8 Softbox
-Honl Filters added to light background: Egg Yolk Yellow from Color Effects Kit and Jade from the Environment Green Kit

You can see his photos from this shoot over at Ebony.com

This article and all the images were originally published on David Honl´s blog (here) and shared with permission

About David Honl:

David Honl's images have appeared in such publications as Newsweek, People Magazine, New York Times, Professional Photographer, and countless more. A self described, "photographer at heart, " Honl is tireless in his photographic efforts, with a body of work that spans the globe.
Let's Get Connected: Website 




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Marc Silber's Advancing Your Photography Show is in Monterey, California with former "Artist of the Year" photographer Huntington Witherill to bring you photography composition tips. Witherill's unique photographic style will be sure to spark your imagination!



Specials thanks to Huntington Witherill for letting us use his amazing photographs!

Be sure to visit is site it’s very comprehensive, you’ll find over 500 of his images in 8 separate galleries of his outstanding work, lot’s of articles, interviews, reviews, and sign up for his free quarterly newsletter. www.huntingtonwitherill.com


Read the original post with all Witherill’s take-home composition tips on www.silberstudios.tv

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