Behind the scenes footage from a Commercial Photo Shoot at a Hair & Beauty Salon including a run through of final editing in Photoshop.
by Glyn Dewis
Sports Shooter Academy co-founder and Orange County based freelance photographer Matt Brown teaches a class on portrait lighting with Cal State Fullerton gymnast Kori Underhill during Sports Shooter Academy VII held in April of 2009.
by Sports Shooter Academy
BTS (Behind The Scenes) video of photographer Su Heart in beautiful The Hague, Holland. With this video i hope to share some strobist knowledge with other strobists, or photographers that are into filming or action sports photography. Watch the video to get my contact details. Cheers. Su.
By Su Heart
Some of the results from our two forays out to an abandoned motel to do some light painting photography.
A few people asked how we achieved the effect in the photos, so I thought I would post some video of the photos as they were being made. Apologies for the mostly dark footage, obviously we can only do the photography at night which makes it harder to film.
Adorama Photography TV presents "How'd They Do That" featuring Megan Klug. In this episode, Mark caught up with Megan at her home where she converted her garage into a very unique studio. The studio provides a unique down to earth feel for every type of photo. Megan also talks about how important it is to make her clients feel right at home from start to finish.
This is a video from food and beverage photography studio Beaugureau Studios in Chicago. It shows how they created a photo of some splashing raspberry lemonade.
Beaugureau Studios´s website
Look the focus setup behind the model to get volumen.
This was the second project that I worked on for Falic Fashion Group and Eva Longoria. The footage shot here was for behind the scenes purposes. Eva talks about her new perfume, choice of Randall Slavin for the ad's photo shoot, and Eva's praise of working with Falic Fashion Group. The perfume Eva by Eva Longoria is on sale now at Macy's and Walmart department stores.
Behind the scenes with Lady Gaga and Beyonce on the set of Telephone. (C) 2010 Interscope Records
Go behind the scenes at Après Collective's winter 2011 photo shoot in Lake Tahoe, California with photographer Colin Vincent.
Special thanks to Deep Roots Media and the Cedar House Sport Hotel.
For more information, visit aprescollective.com and colinvincent.com.
Some test shots done with the Canon 60D in sunlight, low light and tungsten light, using a 4 ft slider and follow focus rig.
By Kenrick Rampial
This timelapse was captured during the Canon "Creativity with Speedlites" workshop in Atlanta on October 24, 2010.
7447 images were captured over ten hours with a Canon EOS 5D Mark II DSLR and a Canon 16-35mm f/2.8L wide angle lens. Most of the key aspects of the day's activities were recorded including set-up, lectures, live shooting, and takedown...
To learn more about Canon Live Learning seminars and workshops, check out the website at: usa.canon.com/canonlivelearning
Shooting a quick class demo at this year's Anse Chastanet Lighting Workshop, with Joe McNally and Scott Kelby. Photos shot with a Nikon D3x, and Elinchrom's Quadra unit with a Deep Octa. Video shot with a Nikon P7000.
Joe McNally´s website
One of my favorites photographers.
Steven Christenson of StarCircleAcademy.com shows how to determine when sunlight will reach an object based on the terrain of the area, and how to determine when to catch a sunset over a landmark - in this case Mount Whitney.
Steven Christenson´s website
Video footage from the making of the Gucci children's advertising campaign
Description: Frida and Jennifer talk about the amazing work carried out by UNICEF and how in celebration of the launch of the new Children's campaign Gucci is making a donation of USD $1 million to UNICEF. See Marc Anthony and Jennifer on set with their adorable twins and get access to all the behind the scenes action from the Gucci children's ad campaign.
More photos from this shoot here:
Jonathan Ho Photography
Behind the Scenes @Pier 59 Studio West, Santa Monica, CA
Jonathan Ho´s website
Photographer Monte Isom photographed Detroit Lions football sensation Jahvid Best for Pepsi advertising. The day after his NFL debut where he scored 2 touchdowns we photographed him at the Detroit Lions training facility. We did action photos and a studio setup. He could not have been nicer and was able to deliver everything the client and I needed.
We used Profoto 7a packs and a Mamiya RZ with a Phase One P30 digital back.
Art Director: Alex Fellows
Monte Isom´s website
This is BTS I shot on a photo shoot last week in downtown LA.
Canon 7D/ Nikon primes 28mm, 50mm, 85mm and 135mm
Bobby Hewitt´s website
Hey all this is Dan Valente from danielvalentephotography.com
I wanted to take an opportunity to make a quick video which shows the gear I use when on a photo shoot.
Hope you enjoy and please check out my website
The result: A Great Picture.
Amidst a line-up of 22 U.S. muscle car classics Tokio Hotel's Tom and Bill Kaulitz stage a race in their custom-made Audi A1.
Join Adam Barker in Salt Lake City as he demonstrates the many uses for Singh Ray Filter's Blue-N-Gold polarizer. From our title "Completing Your Outdoor Photography with Landscape Filters", Adam demonstrates he creates his own magic with a Blue-N-Gold polarizing filter and a graduated ND
Michael covers key photography techniques, including how to pre-visualize your shot, determining what story you intend to tell with your photos, how to learn simple lighting techniques and how to engage your models to build rapport. In this interview you'll get vital advice for key photographic tools, as well as Michael's inspiring stories from his own career.
This man is amazing. Great tutorial, yes.
Karl Taylor Photography
Karl Taylor´s website
Photographer/Director Chase Jarvis shares his bombproof workflow and backup for every image he shoots, stills and video alike. This in-depth look includes all the steps from capture to archive and gives you a method to ensure that you'll never lose a single image.
Chase Jarvis´s blog
Described by The New York Times as, "a treasure of fashion insiders," Take Ivy was originally published in Japan in 1965, setting off an explosion of American-influenced "Ivy Style" fashion among students in the trendy Ginza shopping district of Tokyo. The product of four sartorial style enthusiasts, Take Ivy is a collection of candid photographs shot on the campuses of America's elite, Ivy League universities. The series focuses on men and their clothes, perfectly encapsulating the unique academic fashion of the era. Whether lounging in the quad, studying in the library, riding bikes, in class, or at the boathouse, the subjects of Take Ivy are impeccably and distinctively dressed in the finest American-made garments of the time.
Another nice post about Ivy League: Princeton 1966 yearbook
In this short tutorial video, Eric Curry shows how the photo of the Mini Submarine was made. It is an interesting and informative background to the photo and people involved- Very Interesting! Painting With Light Technique.
Eric Curry explains post-production in more detail in Canon USA.
Eric Curry's photostream on Flickr
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