The DELTA test | How does an IQ180 cope with the most extreme conditions?


Phase One IQ series digital backs - http://www.phaseone.com/IQ
At DELTA they help ideas meet the real world. See how the Phase One IQ camera system overcome their test.

DELTA exposes the product to everything it could be exposed to in real life. Watch our camera system go through electromagnetic compatibility testing where DELTA checks whether it is disturbing other equipment around.

Then the IQ digital back continues to DELTA's Highly Accelerated Lifetime Testing chamber. Here, they can do anything to try to find weak points in the IQ before the customer does.

In the test, the chamber goes down to minus 80 degrees Celsius with a vibration level of 10 G. Then it goes up in temperature to plus 80 degrees Celsius and up to an even higher vibration level.

Even with vibration peak levels of up to several hundred G's and very fast temperature change rates there's still contact with the IQ and it's still working!

Try the IQ digital back: http://www.phaseone.com/demo


Finding Oregon: compilation of six months of timelapse photography across the state of Oregon


Finding Oregon is the compilation of six months of timelapse photography across the state of Oregon, punctuated by a 1600 mile road trip in September. We've filmed the Columbia River Gorge, Mt Hood, Mt Jefferson, the Southwestern Coast, the Alvord Desert, Leslie Gulch, Blue Mountains, Crater Lake, Eagle Cap Wilderness, Deschutes River, and more. We're proud to have touched all four corners of the state; however Oregon is the kind of place that the more you see, the more places there are to still discover.

The greatest challenge with this project was being in the right place at the right time. Night timelapse sequences particularly have an unexpected number of requirements to get the bright, stunning payoff. First, the moon should be around the New Moon phase (no moon) so as not to compete with outshining the stars, so that means we get about 5 days a month window. Next, weather must be cooperative with a dependable expectancy of cloudless skies. Here in Oregon, only the Summer months have good chance of clear skies, so only 1/4 of the year offers good chance of clear skies. So that means, we have three months in the year, with a 5 day window each month to plan with fingers crossed for epic star shooting conditions. That's only 15 days in a year. Then, you hope that something doesn't come up in regular life to pull you away to other obligations on those few days. It is a maddening challenge getting all the factors to line up to be in the right place at the right time. But, when it does happen- it is such a satisfying feeling!

Behind the scenes video and photos will be posted at

Many thanks to those who supported us in this project including...

Music by Michael Nelson Rizzo: epicsoul.com

Pro Photo Supply...still and video camera and audio equipment support: prophotosupply.com

Columbia Sportswear: columbia.com

Dynamic Perception: dynamicperception.com

Bill Price: Captain of the Starship

Produced 2011 by Uncage the Soul Productions
Ben Canales, John Waller, Steve Engman, Blake Johnson

by uncagethesoul.com

Fresh original photography from Melbourne's streets by Will Watt


The Shutterbugs guest photographer for Episode 10 is Will Watt. ( melbournestreet.net )

Will Watt made use of the alleyway setting from episode 10 to inspire a photo set of what he does best -- street photography. Whether it's claustrophobia or vertigo, the character of Melbourne's alleys shine in Will's photos.

You can find out more about Will's photography and the work he did for Shutterbugs in his interview in the player above.

by Shutterbugs

Print Is Not Dead: The Wet Plate Collodion Process


The boys from Gotham are back. This time they get their hands dirty learning about the wet plate collodion process with photographer Lisa Elmaleh. See for yourself how the boys handle being in the darkroom/ trunk of Lisa's car and what happens when Peter and Ryan inhale a few too many darkroom fumes.

Check out Ilford @ ilford.com/en/

For out of this world prints go to: gothamimaging.com

See more RETV @ resourcetelevision.com

by RETV from Resource Magazine


Photo Shoot of Fuel at Place des Arts - Montreal by Benjamin Von Wong


BJM also organized a public photo shoot in collaboration with Espace Cuturelle - Place des Arts, at the Salle George-Émile Lapalme on September 29. Some hundreds of visitors attended the event. The company’s Artistic Director, Louis Robitaille, oversaw the event, making a few introductory remarks and directing the poses of the dancers.

In collaboration with makeup artists from Holt Renfrew and hairdressers from La Boîte à Coiffer, our dancers were able to pose in optimum conditions for our expert photographer Benjamin Von Wong. These shots will be used to promote Fuel, which will feature prominently in next season’s 4oth anniversary celebrations...

Photographer : Benjamin Von Wong

by Ballets Jazz de Montréal

Which is the better studio light equipment?. Broncolor Scoro vs Profoto Pro 8 Air. By Bron Imaging


This video examines the Broncolor Scoro and the Profoto Pro 8 Air in a shootout for accuracy of flash duration, shooting at F-16.

With 1 pack and 2 heads, Julian and Amber test both broncolor and Profoto for sharpness of the image in a photo shoot utilizing a freezing motion technique with water.

The broncolor Scoro clearly outscores the Profoto pack with how sharp the water is (with no streaking) and the accuracy of the color temperature.

by Bron Imaging



Behind the scene video from my latest free project called THE BLACK LIGHT WARRIORS. For my lightning I used two 400Watt UV spotlights from left and right in front of the models and one 500Watt hot light with red gel from behind. All pictures were taken with the Nikon D3S and the Nikon 85mm f 1.4.

The video footage was filmed with another Nikon D3S and a Nikon D7000. Here we used the 24-70mm f 2.8 and the 50mm f 1.4.

  • Assistants: Chrisitan Hauboldt and Chris Danneffel

Like my Facebook page for updates facebook.com/julius.ise

by Julius Ise


Do-it-yourself: Speedlight Snoot from Pringles' Box


Have you ever wanted to have a speedlight snoot for your flash for free and in 2 minutes? I show you how you can make one yourself from an empty box of Pringles and scissors.

Visit konraddwojak.com for more

by Konrad Dwojak

How to use an Afghan box camera "kamra-e-faoree"


The Afghan Box Camera Project provides a record of the kamra-e-faoree (instant camera) which as a living form of photography is on the brink of disappearing in Afghanistan.

In this video, Qalam Nabi, one of the last two remaining box camera photographers in Kabul demonstrates how to use his camera.

For more information and videos visit afghanboxcamera.com

by Afghan Box Camera

When nobody is watching (backstage) ★Fabrikon MAGAZINE, Łukasz Kaugan (photographer)



When nobody is watching ★Fabrikon MAGAZINE (nr 3/2011). Photographer: Łukasz Kaugan, Models: Renata Rosik, Sara Maria, Karolina Kłos, Make-up: Marta Marcinkowska.

Cameras: Leica S2, X1, Monitor: Eizo Coloredge CG243W, Studio Makata, Warszawa, Poland

by Łukasz Kaugan


Yellow | The next viral video?


Now I discover this short film ( 60 seconds ) with only 1 play last Nov 23rd  . It is not a video about photography, but I like. Simple and well done. Take your time.....and please,  watch it . 

This can be a viral video. Maybe you will  retweet it, because it is  really good. But, do not forget me.

As the man in yellow moves through the quiet city streets, he steadily presses on toward his next and future destinations.

Cast and Crew: Joshua Quentin Cherry, Motke Dapp, Chad McClarnon, Trista McClarnon

Written by Motke Dapp, Joshua Quentin Cherry, and Josh Jones

Director and Editor: Motke Dapp

Coloring and Credits: Motke Dapp and Joshua Quentin Cherry

Director of Photography: Chad McClarnon

Music by Rae Hering

Audio Engineer: Bryan Levay

by Fighting With Forks

How Flash - Shutter Sync Works by Matthew Gore


I made this video to provide a quick explanation of how focal-plane shutters work on SLR cameras, and why it's important when using a flash.

 by Matthew Gore

Editing a car photo with photoshop for a print advertisement by Douglas Sonders Photography


More about this photoshoot on the blog:

Video and text by Photographer: Douglas Sonders

Douglas Sonders´ website: SondersPhotography.com


Maybe in a few years you will retouch your pictures with your hands: Mill Touch Project


Remember the giant, interactive touch screen that detective John Anderton used to fight pre-crime in the movie, Minority Report? Remember how crazy and far-fetched that concept seemed at the time? And that was only 2002! Fast forward to present-day, and you will find the new Mill Touch at the center at our Mill New York office. Executed from concept to launch in-house by our NY Digital team, it is a rear projected, 5’x 3’ interactive touch screen panel made entirely of switchable glass. ( Text by themill.com )

Video by Independents United

Live concert coverage for Jamiroquai recorded with a GoPro by Peter Wafzig ( UPDATE )


Now you can feel like live music german  photographer  Peter Wafzig from stage pit of the Jamiroqua´s concert.

Visit his website and porfolio: here and the concert: here

UPDATE: How to do your DIY behind the scenes video:

( via Peter Wafzig's Photos )
by Peter Wafzig

Facebook Studio BTS | motion design and animation


Behind the scenes for Facebook studio.

A recent challenge from local digital shop EVB, Facebook needed a creative way to show how best to use Facebook for advertising.

It proved to be a true autofuss aesthetic where we pushed our laser-cutter to the limit, applied automation and had plenty of off-camera hands animated simple stories.

Our very own Editor, Ashley Rodholm, is even featured as the cheery voice over. (+)

Facebook Studio  is a community for agencies, brands, creatives and fans, created by Facebook.

All final videos here 

Video by Autofuss.( via jeremy)


Annie Leibovitz's personal 'Pilgrimage'


In this exclusive USA TODAY video, famed photographer Annie Leibovitz, best known for her celebrity shots for Vanity Fair, reads passages from her very personal new book, Pilgrimage.


  Twitter News: @ favorited this Tweet. And you, why not?

Making of Photo shooting Peek and Cloppenburg with Milla Jovovich


Total Filmmakers presents Making of Photo Shooting Peek and Cloppenburg's Campaign for Nodo Moda Agency with photographer Antoni Bernad and Top model Milla Jovovich

by Total Filmmakers

Pro Photographer, Cheap Camera (#7 Sean Lee Davies)


In this 7th instalment of Pro Tog, Cheap Camera, commercial photographer Sean Lee Davies gets a cheap camera with a difference. Find out how he copes with using this "cheap" camera.

Check out his work here: seanleedavies.com


Blurb Storytelling Series: Daniel Milnor


This chapter of the Blurb Storytelling Series follows photographer Daniel Milnor as he works on a ongoing project in New Mexico. Milnor visits the Trinity site and takes in a religious procession near Santa Fe. The film was created by Rikshaw Films.

 by Smogranch


Photographers vs. Videographers Epic Battle Episode IV Bloopers


Sponsored by Songfreedom and After Dark Education. Scripts being written for all future episodes.

Final viral video: http://youtu.be/7o9pKc-iFoQ


Eva Longoria ~ Vanity Fair Spain December 2011



Balancing strobes with day light by Jay P. Morgan ( TheSlantedLens )


In this Slanted Lens Lesson we are going to show you how to balance strobes with daylight. When I shoot on location I usually use the ambient light {Sun or Shade) as one of my light sources in the scene and then bring in strobes to make that light more interesting.

Using strobes and daylight together is most successful when I control the ambient with the shutter speed and the strobes with the aperture. I use a low ISO and then pick an aperture based on how much I want in focus and how much power I can get from the strobes.

If my strobes can give me f8 then I know that I need to adjust my shutter speed up and down to balance the sun light with the strobes at F8. The strobe is constant so the aperture is constant but the sun is changing so my shutter speed will be changing.

This is a successful process that allows for the constant changing of the sun. If I want the sun as the rim light then I will lengthen the shutter speed to allow the sun to be one stop brighter than my strobes. With practice this process will make more sense and become very intuitive.

This was a great shoot that we did out at Universal Studios Back lot that illustrates this principle.

by ( Jay P. Morgan )

David Hobby interview with Catherine Hall and Leo Laporte ( TWiT Photo 33)


Hosts: Catherine Hall and Leo Laporte.

Lighting guru and author of Strobist.com David Hobby joins Leo and Catherine in the Brickhouse to share his lighting secrets for everyone from beginner to pro. David reveals the special place in his heart for DIY lighting techniques, and explains how he is still inspired by the images in life after so many years of shooting.
Guest: David Hobby
Don't miss a chance to watch or listen to your favorite photographers -- download and subscribe to TWiT Photo podcast on iTunes for free.
David's Tips

1) A little fill light from right near (or on) the lens axis can allow you to get away with almost anything else, lighting-wise. Think of it as a "legibility dial" which does not bring a new lighting direction into the frame. Turn it up or down as much as you like, depending on the legibility you need. I think of it as my "CYA" light.

2) When shooting in an iffy location, it is always easier to apologize than to get permission.

If someone in authority is not actively telling you "no," go ahead and try it. If you get busted, act sincere (even if you don't mean it) surprised and ... not particularly smart. Then apologize and be on our way. This works best when combined with a little advance planning / scouting and quick, efficient shooting.

3) When planning a photo, start off by thinking about what you want to accomplish with the photo. That will point you toward many good decisions on subject, location, lighting, etc. Think "big picture," and work backwards to the details.
David's Favorite Gears

Nikon SB-800. Best speedlight ever made, R.I.P.
A queen-sized white bedsheet from Wal-Mart.
David's Blog
David's Twitter
David's Flickr
Follow Catherine on Twitter. You can also check out her blog here.
Download or subscribe to this show at twit.tv/photo.
Thanks to Cachefly for providing the bandwidth for this podcast.
Running time: 1:04:43

Text and video by 


MASTER SERIES Gary Land Diagrams Lighting for Climacool Ad


Read more:


You know where to found the last news. We are the first again.

Marisa Miller "944 Magazine Cover Shoot" by Cage Free Content


There seems to be nothing that Marisa Miller can't do. After first gracing the cover of Sports Illustrated Magazine in 2008, the Victoria's Secret Angel went on to become a national spokesperson for both Harley Davidson and Capt. Morgan. Most recently she's signed on to co-star in an action picture alongside Ryan Reynolds and Jeff Bridges.

Somewhere in between she has landed herself on the cover of countless nationally and internationally distributed magazines... and this is one of them! Working in conjunction with Cartel Management, Cage Free shot and edited this behind the scenes promo.

by Cage Free Content 

Art Streiber interview with Tamara Lackey ( PART II )


Thanks for tuning into the second part of our interview with iconic portrait artist Art Streiber. We continue our chat as he tells us his greatest limitation is the time he actually gets to work with his high profile subjects, and how focusing too much during a shoot can actually make you lose the perfect shot.

Also, a question from my fairly obsessed young daughter - what was it like to work with Justin Bieber?


Related Posts:

Mila Kunis GQ 2011 Sexy Photoshoot by Terry Richardson


Mila Kunis shot by Terry Richardson for the cover of GQ ( via Terry Richardson's Diary )


Mateya Gym Shooting (Autumn 2011). Models jumping meanwhile you shoot.


New behind the scenes of the shooting for the clothing brand "Mateya"

Directed & edited by Mangua Diallo.
Photographer : Alain Bouhana
music : M83 - Midnight City

contact : facebook.com/pages/MATEYA/284809791535940

by Mangua.D

Instructive video that will give you a behind the scene view of 2 photoshoots.


This is our first introduction into the world of photoshoots and behind the scenes.
This is not a video where we will teach you how to use your gear.
Instead, it's an instructive video that will give you a behind the scene view of 2 photoshoots.
This video will be useful for beginners and photo enthusiasts.
This project started 4 months ago.
We learned so much in the process of making this video.
We hope that we can transfer over some of this knowledge.

Keep in mind that we are French Canadians, with a "slight" accent. Judge for yourself!

We want to thank everybody that helped in this project.


How to take a picture and that it looks like an x ray by Max de Esteban


Spanish photographer Max de Esteban takes old technical appliances apart and paints the individual parts white. He then reassembles the appliances and photographs the process in its individual stages.

He then places the photos on top of one another so that it looks like an x ray.


Address Is Approximate: A Google Street View stop motion


Google Street View stop motion animation short made as a personal project by director Tom Jenkins.

Story: A lonely desk toy longs for escape from the dark confines of the office, so he takes a cross country road trip to the Pacific Coast in the only way he can – using a toy car and Google Maps Street View.

All screen imagery was animated - there are no screen replacements.

Produced, animated, filmed, lit, edited & graded by Tom Jenkins (theoryfilms.co.uk / facebook.com/theoryfilms).

Shot using Canon 5d MkII, Dragonframe Stop Motion software and customised slider.

Music by the wonderfull Cinematic Orchestra (cinematicorchestra.com)

by The Theory


LOST IN THE LANDSCAPE: Peter ANDREW wants to show you what he feels when takes aerial pictures.


 Director: Miles Jay | Cinematographer: Max Chin  | Art Director: Derek Blais | Editor: Miles Jay | Audio Post Production: Tattoo Sound + Music | Audio Director: Steve Gadsden | Production Supervisor: Caela Maher
Sound Design and Mix: Dan Horton/Dave Clarke

Peter Andrew is an award-winning commercial and fine art photographer from Toronto, Canada.

Peter Andrew´s website:  peterandrew.ca


by Miles Jay

Canon Interviews - Ron Haviv on how lenses tell a story


The VII Photo Agency derives its name from the number of founding photojournalists who, in September 2001, formed this collectively owned agency.

Designed from the outset to be an efficient, technologically enabled distribution hub for some of the world's finest photojournalism, VII has been responsible for creating and relaying to the world many of the images that define the turbulent opening years of the 21st century.


Behind the scenes "Folk Tales From Korea" by indylab


Folk Tales From Korea - photo shooting BTS (Behind the scenes)

photographer - Manchul Kim
Model : Jangbyung Kun, Taeyoung Kim
Makeup Artist : Daehae Kang
Assistant : Yangpa

Korean Photographer Manchul Kim's Web site. indylab.co.kr

by indylab

Umbro World Champions Collection - Photo Shoot by Starworks Artists


by Starworks Artists


What are you waiting for to be an Ikea photographer?


Do not wait a second, because I think this is a great oportunity. And you?

We are looking for an experienced photographer.

In the middle of Småland’s dark forests sits one of Europe’s most dynamic communication partners – a company with only one account, but more than 250 creative co-workers. Our name is IKEA Communications, or ICOM as most people call us. We’re the IKEA communication partner that creates everything from the IKEA website to the annual IKEA catalogue, brochures, assembly instructions and motion media. You’ll find us a stone’s throw from the first IKEA store, in Älmhult, Sweden.

As a photographer, you work in our 8,000 square meter studio and on location, capturing our (and your) passion for home furnishing with inspiring images. Whether it’s the warmth of a candle, the feeling of a cosy dinner or the quality of a solid wood table, you make the photo’s intentions clear, meaningful and evocative.

As a person, you possess flexibility and substantial social skills. A team player, you have the ability to work with a constellation of different people. You value and voice your professional opinion about creative communication solution and image quality. You want to and have the ability to share your professsional knowledge with other co-workers at ICOM. New image production techniques such as 3D are changes you embrace and strive to learn.

If you have any questions about this position, please contact Annelie Sjögren, Competence leader, annelie.sjogren@ikea.com or photographer Henrik Palmberg, henrik.palmberg@ikea.com. For questions about the recruitment process, please contact Jane Johansson, HR, jane.johansson@ikea.com.

We look forward to your application, no later than December 31 2011.

Please send your PDF portfolio, CV and personal letter to: jane.johansson@ikea.com


Text and videos by IKEA recruits

Get great portraits with a DIY Lightsphere with only one dollar by Allen Mowery


Get great results from your photography while saving a ton with this great little do-it-yourself alternative to the Gary Fong Lightsphere! And remember, only one dollar.

The results:

by Allen Mowery


Skateboard Photography on Raw Film - Red Bull Illume


Photographer Erwin Polanc chose Barcelona as the location for his analog action and lifestyle shoot. His model athletes were skateboarders Philipp Schuster and Philipp Josephu.

Despite the weather threatening to ruin the shoot, Polanc managed to successfully complete his planned shots and developed the film himself.

Check out more amazing shots here: https://www.redbullillume.com/insight/featured-stories/making-of-series-analog-action-shoot.html


Warne's Way - Posing and Lighting DVD


Do you want to create some really dynamic High Key lighting photos?

Do you want to learn the secrets of great posing?

Do you know the difference between the open and closed side of your subject's face?

In my new DVD I will show you step by step how I capture some of the images that make my style so dynamic. With cool techniques like mirror posing, symmetry and lots of curves we'll have your models twisted in ways that'll leave them hurting... Don't get me wrong, they'll thank you for it when they see the prints.

Check out our promo above and email me at warne@warnephotography.com as pre-sales are going fast.

Text and video by Warne Noyce

Warne Noyce´s Website

Another "matrix" photoshoot but with Canon cameras


Jim Erickson is one of the nation's preeminent commercial photographers. For over 20 years Jim has created timeless imagery for dozens of blue chip clients including, AT &T, American Express, Cisco or Kodak. (+)

by Dan Szeto

Discover the way of life of Ben Rayner, an avid traveler photographer


Amidst the chaos of his mobile lifestyle, Ben Rayner's thin and portable Ultrabook laptop keeps him grounded while traveling the world, capturing photos of foreign cities, and their diverse inhabitants.

As an avid traveler, photographer Ben Rayer's slim Ultrabook laptop acts as his entertainment, editing studio, storage drive and connection to family and friends.

Ben Rayner's website



When the star is a telephone : Photoshoot with Samsung Galaxy S II


Samsung Galaxy S II & H&M Campaign 2011 // Staring Portuguese Fashion Bloggers // Behind-the-shoot

Put your phones in the air and shoot


Visit the website of this Award winning photographer based in Korea: here
by indylab

Indoor Kitesurfing - Behind the scenes by Margje Tempelaars


The making of the Indoor Kitesurfing photoshoot (concept and photography by Wouter de Winter).

Video by: Margje Tempelaars
Photography and concept by: Wouter de Winter
Starring: Marc Greeve, Fleur Oudraad and Bram Romeijn

by Margje Tempelaars


'How To Fit In On The Street' | Steve McCurry's One-Minute Masterclass


"Go with a guide, go with someone who knows the culture, who if you overstepped the bounds of what is socially acceptable, they can reign you in" Steve McCurry gives his advice for taking photographs whilst on your travels.


Jill Greenberg Style Photoshoot by Herman S


HerMan is a Toronto based photographer with passion for capturing light and expression. He specializes in wedding and street photography. He is a photographer that blends photojournalistic, candid and traditional style to a dramatic artwork with a story inside.

Photographer: HerMan Sham
Videographer: Herbert Sham
Assistant: Sam Bazzul
Model: Kenneth Hau

Equipment: Nikon D7000 | Steadicam Merlin

by Herman S

Annie Leibovitz says go for the Iphone


Here is what photographer Annie Leibovitz tells people who want to know which camera she should buy

Via  and

Behind the scenes shoot for Kurv Australia with Melissa Rodwell by Jay Espinal


I had the great pleasure of covering a BTS shoot for Fashion Photographer Melissa Rodwell, who shoots with the new Phase One IQ 180 for the latest issue of KURV Magazine Australia.

About Jay Espinal:

My name is Jay Espinal, and to me, telling a story through the eye piece of a motion picture came natural. The fact that out of all the things in my world, I was consciously selecting, framing, and focusing on a particular scene was so artistically empowering that I fell in love with the craft of filmmaking. (+)

by Jay Espinal


Behind the Scenes at Donald J. Trump's Private Residence photoshoot


Go behind the scene with ACN at the private residence of Donald J. Trump and goes Primetime on The Celebrity Apprentice.


If you wanna watch it with a better quality go here

The bigger, the better. UK-based Hasselblad photographer Perou


Although his style is striking, there is no pinning UK-based Hasselblad photographer Perou down to any one genre, and that's exactly the way he likes it.

Read more here

website: perou.co.uk

What Buyer's Want: Michelle Stark of Men's Health by PhotoShelter.com


PhotoShelter CEO Allen Murabayashi chats with Michelle Stark, Senior Photo Editor from Men's Health Magazine, about how she hires photographers, emails that get her attention, websites she likes, and where they get all those sexy images from.

 by PhotoShelter.com

Austin Reed Cut - Behind the Scenes shoot 2012 by Perception Creative


2012 Spring Summer shoot for Austin Reed Cut on Location near St Paul's Cathedral and Millennium Bridge in London

Be sure to check out the new Spring Summer range, tailored for the distinguished man, Austin Reed Cut is a great fit




by Perception Creative


Photographer Josef Fischnaller reenacts the "Old Master Paintings"


Austrian-born Josef Fischnaller takes pictures of scenes he reenacts from paintings by the Old Masters. But the photographer, who now lives in Berlin, also likes to add a modern twist. One of his favorite artists to copy is the Italian painter Caravaggio.

Josef Fishnaller´s website: here


Rudy Archuleta - Photographer by Redux Pictures


Rudy Archuleta began photographing in Hawaii, documenting his youth which revolved around the surfing and skateboarding culture. At 20 Rudy left to study at Rochester Institute of Technology. After graduation he headed to New York City to cultivate a career as an entertainment photographer.

Shortly after arriving to New York City, Rudy was one of 100 chosen to attend The Eddie Adams Workshop. This is where he met and got his first assignment from Kathy Ryan, at The New York Times Magazine. Since that time he has worked for Rolling Stone, Vibe, ESPN magazine, Epic Records, People, MTV Networks, Reader’s Digest and has become a regular contributor to Revolver and Alternative Press.

Rudy is genuinely interested in the various types of people he photographs, whether it be a rock star, athlete, or CEO. Rudy has forged a colorful, as well as a powerful vision of the pop and rock cultures that inspire him.

For more information about Rudy Archuleta, and his work visit: reduxpictures.com/​

by Redux Pictures

How to be a funny but professional wedding photographer like Joe Elario


One more time, we discover an amazing behind the scenes video with this funny and professional wedding photographer Joe Elario.

To be a wedding photographer is a hard job, and sometimes a undervalued profession, but with Joe teaches us to always be motivated with this making of.

There is nothing like a behind the scenes video! Whenever I have the chance to watch something behind the scenes I’m all about it. Thats why I love sharing with you all what it’s like on a wedding day. I can’t thank my buddy Jason Valentine enough for capturing this for us. Jason is obviously a master behind his lens and one hell of an editor. I mean how do you take a day that was roughly 11 hours and get it into a video thats just under 7 minutes? That takes talent! I couldn’t be happier with this video and can’t wait to hear what you all think of it. Thanks to Tanya & Dylan for letting us film our behind the scenes at their wedding. So sit back, relax and check out An Elario Wedding, by Jason Valentine.

( via joeelariophotography.com )

I am sure this will be another hit.

To found new videos is a hard job. Please, link to our website if you want to include in your blog, ; D Thanks.

Charlize Theron’s Vogue US December by Annie Leibovitz


Final pictures: here



How to light a college gym with two Nikon speedlights by Armando Pinon


Made my first BTS video on one way to light the William L. White auditorium. Recently I really haven't had time to attend my photographers because of work issues.

I really hated our options toward high ISO's of 800-1600. So I made this video to provide them some ideas.

by Armando Pinon

Don Quijote | Making of LAVAZZA 2012 by Eugenio Recuenco


by Eugenio Recuenco

Eugenio Recuenco is a photographer from Madrid, Spain, who works mostly in the publishing and advertising fields. Compared to others, his personal style has been referred to as "cinematographic" and "pictorial". His work has been featured in magazines such as Vogue, Madame Figaro and Twill (+)

Website: eugeniorecuenco.com 

© Eugenio Recuenco

 ( via @alexiasinclair )

Related Posts:

Use water to play with your model by Alexander Heinrichs


by Alexander Heinrichs

How to remove a damaged filter stuck on a lens by Daniel Hayduk


Peter Jeune of The Camera Store in Calgary shows how to remove a damaged filter stuck on a lens -- belonging to photographer Ed Ou. At the News Photographers Association of Canada 2011 conference in Winnipeg, MB.

by Daniel Hayduk


Time Lapse of The Earth view from International Space Station | Nasa, ISS by Michael König


Time lapse sequences of photographs taken with a special low-light 4K-camera
by the crew of expedition 28 & 29 onboard the International Space Station from
August to October, 2011.

HD, refurbished, smoothed, retimed, denoised, deflickered, cut, etc.

Music: Jan Jelinek - Do Dekor (Loop-Finding-Jazz-Records) | ~scape 007 cd
janjelinek.com | scape-music.de

Editing: Michael König | koenigm.com

Image Courtesy of the Image Science & Analysis Laboratory,
NASA Johnson Space Center, The Gateway to Astronaut Photography of Earth

Shooting locations in order of appearance:

1. Aurora Borealis Pass over the United States at Night
2. Aurora Borealis and eastern United States at Night
3. Aurora Australis from Madagascar to southwest of Australia
4. Aurora Australis south of Australia
5. Northwest coast of United States to Central South America at Night
6. Aurora Australis from the Southern to the Northern Pacific Ocean
7. Halfway around the World
8. Night Pass over Central Africa and the Middle East
9. Evening Pass over the Sahara Desert and the Middle East
10. Pass over Canada and Central United States at Night
11. Pass over Southern California to Hudson Bay
12. Islands in the Philippine Sea at Night
13. Pass over Eastern Asia to Philippine Sea and Guam
14. Views of the Mideast at Night
15. Night Pass over Mediterranean Sea
16. Aurora Borealis and the United States at Night
17. Aurora Australis over Indian Ocean
18. Eastern Europe to Southeastern Asia at Night

by Michael König

GQ China Style with Luc Coiffait


Fashion editorial shoot by Luc Coiffait for GQ China Style Magazine.
Models are Dan Felton, Daniel Bamdad and Noma Han.

At only 22, one of the youngest photographers to shoot a number of full stories for Conde Nast and already counts Leo Burnett, Lavazza and a number of magazines amongst his clients. With a number of leading publications now working with Luc on upcoming projects, great things are expected from one of the most promising photographers around. Not only concentrating on stills, Luc has also had all 5 of his debut fashion videos published. It is remarkable that Luc also runs a production company and professional retouching services…. Watch this space.

by Luc Coiffait

website: luccoiffait.com  | Blog: Final Images


Making of: iPad Head Girl by thinkmodo


Behind-the-scenes of Thinkmodo's "iPad Head Girl" project for Hearst Magazines.

 by thinkmodo

Behind the Scenes 4000 balloons in a giant skating bowl


A few impressions from our recent stereoscopic balloon extravaganza! What a fun project that was!
4000 balloons in a giant skating bowl and some of Switzerland's top riders skating through them!

Text and video by Kamerawerk GmbH

The making of "The Stratos-Sphere Project" by Edouard Janssens


Project Stratos-Sphere is a photographic fine-art project created and launched in 2011 by the belgian photographer Edouard Janssens to shoot the curve of our planet and the thin atmosphere we’re living in, from the best possible point of vue, 33 km high, deep into the stratosphere. For real-time status updates, follow us on Twitter or Facebook.

Here is the project description in a nutshell :

  • We launch big meteorological balloons filled with helium 
  • A capsule with cameras (photos & video) is suspended to the balloon 
  • The cameras are programmed to take pictures every 7 seconds, during 2.5 hours 
  • The balloon goes up to 33 km high, deep into the stratosphere, where it explodes after 1.5 hour 
  • A parachute slow down the capsule back to Earth during a 1 hour fall 
  • Three GSM and satellite tracking devices inside the capsule helps us to recover the whole thing, 2,5 hours later, around 50 to 100 km from the launch base. ( via stratos-sphere.com )

Making-of video by John Janssens.

Text and video by Edouard Janssens

The only way to succeed as a photographer by Aaron Nace


One day you will want to quit photography. It is not your fault, it may be hard to see coming, but eventually you won't care. I am here to prevent that from happening to you.

Photography is a lot like any other art or passion. In the beginning we get into it because we think it is fun. That flirting turns into love. If we are not careful it will turn into hate.

Somewhere we are realize that in order to get better at something we care about, we have to devote so much time and energy into it that it can consume your life. The constant need to push yourself to outdo yourself. The desire to please others. It becomes very easy here to lose sight of why we stared this in the first place.

By working with an end goal of just being "BETTER", we doom ourselves to failure without knowing it. Basically we are starting a road trip without a destination. If the journey is the goal, you will succeed. If the end is the goal, you will fail trying to find it.

Text and video by Aaron Nace


Behind the scenes Marisa Miller. New NFL Spokesperson by Cage Free Content


Finish image: here

by Cage Free Content

Parkour photoshoot in an office for MAEK Eyewear by Will J Carman


A little behind the scenes video I shot of Urban Revolution team members Phil and Jack doing a photoshoot with MAEK Eyewear in Nottingham back in June this year.

Shot and edited by Will J Carman  |  Special thanks to DILK

We did originally want to include the final finished photos in this video but after months of doing the shoot we haven't seen any of the images so we decided to upload the video as it is.


Find us on Facebook - facebook.com/​urbanrevolution.net

by Will J Carman

Learn to use a snoot with a flash by Bryan Peterson


AdoramaTV Presents You Keep Shooting with Bryan Peterson. This week, join Bryan in Seattle to learn about using a snoot with a flash.

Watch as Bryan takes you through some simple, elegant steps to make a creative image.

Visit http://www.adorama.com/learn for more photography videos!

by and Bryan Peterson

Creating Background Motion: A new Lighting Lesson by Jay P. Morgan


In this Slanted Lens lesson we are going to show you how to create background motion by moving the camera and subject together on something with wheels.

I was shooting at a warehouse for one of my clients, trying to come up something different, when putting the camera on the fork lift load came to me.

Its hard sometimes to come up with something fresh when your shooting the same location and subject over and over again. I placed the camera and lights on the fork lift and took shots as we drove around the warehouse. It turned out great and my client was very happy.

Take look at this photographic technique.

Good luck and Keep on click'n!


By Jay P. Morgan. ()


PROJECT 52: Behind the scenes photo of the Week 45 by Paolo Martinez


Our dear friend Paolo is near the end of the Project 52. Cool behind the scenes video. I love that blue color.

project: 52 weeks project 2011 | week: 45 | location: my garage/studio | total shots: about 100

shooting time: 60min  |  camera: canon 40D | mode: manual, self-timer

filmed by: canon powershot G12
editor: apple iMovie'11
model, photo and video: paolo martinez
music: a sweet little bullet from a pretty blue gun | performed by: tom waits

by Paolo Martinez

Related Posts about Paolo Martinez:

A new way to do Nirvana Nevermind Album Cover by Matt Barnes


BTS of our 2nd shoot for SPUK pictures

 by Matt Barnes

'The Need To React Quickly' | Steve McCurry's One-Minute Masterclass


In his fifth Phaidon Masterclass, photographer Steve McCurry talks about the importance of seizing the moment.


Creating a Vintage Look with Photoshop by Sean Armenta (PART I)


Tutorial on using Photoshop to create a vintage photo look

visit http://seanarmentablog.com for behind the scenes info on my shoots

visit http://preptopost.com for upcoming workshops

Follow me on twitter - @armenta_photo


How to use strobes in an active coal mine 2,500 feet underground | Timberland PRO Coal Mine Photo Shoot by Tyler Stableford


Timberland asked Tyler Stableford Photography + Film to showcase how tough their new line of PRO workboots are.

We put the boots on real workmen in an active coal mine 2,500 feet underground. Check out this behind-the-scenes video to see it unfold.

Check final images here 

Aspen photographer and filmmaker Tyler Stableford has earned a worldwide clientele for his commercial and editorial work. Men's Journal recently named him one of the seven "World's Greatest Adventure Photographers,” and he is one of Canon’s prestigious Explorers of Light.

Tyler has won numerous awards from Communication Arts, PDN and The International Photography Awards, among others. His stock imagery is represented by Getty Images. (+)

See his work at tylerstableford.com

by Tyler Stableford

Art Streiber interview with Tamara Lackey ( PART I )


On today's episode of reDefine we talk to iconic portrait artist, Art Streiber. We were fortunate enough to catch up with him while he was prepping for a photo shoot for Town and Country Magazine at Industria Super Studios in New York City.

Art tells us about how making a name for yourself is more of a marathon than a sprint. And, even though his portfolio is a veritable who's who of Hollywood and beyond, Art shares what his number one dream job would be.


Related Posts:

Miss Aniela Fashion Shoot Experience, The Roost, Oct 11


10 photographers, 5 models, a creative team of stylists & designers and 1 great location. Miss Aniela's fashion-based Shoot Experience invites professionals and amateurs alike to participate in a one-stop portfolio overhaul and shoot with constant, flash and natural lighting in an all-day creative atmosphere, using stunning big locations.

This video was filmed at the October 2011 production at The Roost in London. Full team credits at the end of the video.

See the testimonials from the wonderful photographers we've had the pleasure of attending our event:

Filmed by Natalie Dybisz, Matt Lennard & Jeff Boudreau
Edited by Miss Aniela
Music by Matt Lennard
Other photographers as credited

Read more about Miss Aniela events: both Shoot Experiences and workshops at missanielablog.com/​events

by Miss Aniela

Bird's eye


Mike Kelley, an architectural photographer that uses strobes and PocketWizard


 This episode features Mike Kelley, a local photographer and digital artist, while he is on an architectural photo shoot in Hollywood.

Shot on a Canon 60d | Artist: Bon Iver | Song: Towers
by Peter Donaghy
Maybe you know Mike Kelley for his previous video:

In this video he shows you everything that goes into an architectural exterior, from setup, taking each individual exposure, and combining all of them together in Photoshop to make the final image.

website: mpkelley.com


How to cover a model with chocolate (PART II) by ivanchenko



Photoshooting for Maristella Wellness Spa

by ivanchenko

Related Posts:


The Edit: How to be a photographer on film in a digital camera world by Ed Wargin


I am a still photographer and I am photographing on E-6 film to tell the story of the Great Lakes landscape before the cessation of film in the next few years. 

I had just finished photographing my way around the Great Lakes and I sent the film off to the lab for processing.

Waiting for film to come back from the lab is the closest thing to being a kid again, kind of like waiting for Christmas so you can rip open that one special present to see what is inside.

Well, three weeks later and the film has arrived. So I thought I would try to capture a little bit of the experience on video - just for fun.

To learn more visit: thefreshcoastproject.com

by Ed Wargin  

If Indiana Jones was a photographer he would have a Hasselblad (PART II)


Explore Namibia A Photographic Expedition


Related Posts:

How to cover a model with chocolate (PART I) by Caesar Lima



The making of the chocolate girl for Taste Clothing Ad campaign
Photography: Caesar Lima
Make up and latex: Veronica Hernandez
Editing: Kevin Marco

by Caesar Lima

How to shoot driving on Ice: Making of Aston Martin by Lukasz Pecak



Kate Moss Vintage


A behind the scenes look at Kate Moss with her new fragrance .

by Joe dyer Director of Photography 

How to take a photograph on a 5x4 camera by Simon Roberts


Simon Roberts shows us how to operate the traditionally designed 5x4 Plate camera.

"Because it's quite a slow process, you think much more about the composition...you take a lot more care and thought in crafting the image."

Simon Roberts: We English was exhibited at the Museum in 2010 and is now part of our Touring Exhibitions programme.

by National Media Museum

More information about Simon Roberts:

Simon Roberts´website: here | We English: here | Interview | British Journal of Photography: here and here

Lighting & Photographing a Residential Interior by Roger Brooks


A video showing how to light & photograph a residential interior using a DSLR camera. Descriptive screen shots show how to composite in Photoshop, ending up with the final image.

by roger brooks


Tripod Fight



Nick Fancher: photographer specialized in modern portraiture only with the use of small flash.


Behind the scenes on several photo shoots for Jackthreads.

video by

About Nick Fancher:

Nick Fancher began his photography education in high school in 1997. He attended Ft. Hayes High School's career center for Commercial Photography. He graduated from The Ohio State University in 2005 with a BFA in fine art photography. In 2007 he founded Shutter-Think Photography, LLC, specializing in portrait and fine art photography. His work has been featured in the international publications Photo District News (PDN) and JPG magazines as well as locally in C Magazine and Columbus Alive. His wedding work has received awards from the Wedding Photojournalist Association (WPJA) as well as Bride Magazine and PDN. His art has been featured in ROYGBIV and BoMA galleries.(+)

Lifestyle images that Nick shots for JackThreads

Z BrandJamie MarxWeWoodInsightBoom ThoPro Keds
WeSCDurklWilliam Rast10 DeepZ BrandInsight
Light TestDakine0023CopyHoweWeSC
Dirtee HollywoodThe HundredsGlamour KillsGlamour Kills0004Projek Raw
JackThreads, a set by Nick Fancher on Flickr.

website: nickfancher.com  | blog.nickfancher.com


Scarlett Johansson ~ Vanity Fair December 2011



'Humour Goes A Long Way' | Steve McCurry's One-Minute Masterclass


You need more than a good eye to take a great photograph.


How to shoot Tango dancers, a BTS Von Wong Photography by Pakdi Decnud


I had the great opportunity to shoot a BTS video for the amazing Benjamin Von Wong, an extremely skilled Montreal based photographer, during the Tango shoot with Sandra and Alex. The weather was nice and we had a lot of fun !


Photo: Benjamin Wong - facebook.com/​vonwongphotography
Dancers: Alex & Sandra - alexsandradance.com/​
Video: Pakdi Decnud
Camera: Ghislain Leduc, Pakdi Decnud
Assist: Mélissa Bascunan, Oumayma Ben Tanfous, Magalie Prévost
BTS Photographer: Monique Guilbault

Music : Gustavo Santaolalla - De Ushuaia a la Quiaca itunes.apple.com/​us/​album/​ronroco/​id41228744

by Pakdi Decnud

The Canon Cinema EOS System: Know the latest technology to shoot films ( behind the scenes video sample )


Watch this video to know how will be the future to shoot films with the new Canon Cinema EOS, amazing.


HOLLYWOOD, California, November 3, 2011/TOKYO, November 4, 2011 Canon Inc. today announced Canon's full-fledged entry into the motion picture production industry with the launch of the Cinema EOS System. Canon's new professional digital cinematography system spans the lens, digital cinema camera and digital SLR camera product categories. (+) The Canon EOS C300/C300 PL is an all new digital cinema camera available in two models: the EOS C300, equipped with an EF lens mount for compatibility with the wide array of lenses that make up Canon's current interchangeable EF lens lineup; and the EOS C300 PL, offering a PL lens mount for use with industry-standard PL lenses. The camera features a Super 35 mm-equivalent approximately 8.29-megapixel CMOS sensor ideally suited for digital cinematography. (Visit official website EOS C300/C300 PL here.)


You can control the Canon C300 on an iPad via wifi, amazing.


Founded in 1989 by Sam Nicholson, ASC, a distinguished cinematographer and visual effects supervisor, Stargate Studios is an international production company providing concept development, advanced production services and state-of-the-art postproduction. Stargate has a well-established, award winning reputation for producing high concept production and visual effects in feature films, television, and commercials.(+)
by Stargate Studios


How to create photo art with Magnum Ice Cream and explosives by LOLA Madrid


It was in 2007,when Diver & Aguilar first started exploring the realms of high speed photography and special effects with their projects “light Mode Phantasm” & “Explosions” . 
Working with Detonators, Small explosives, High Speed  trigger and Flash Photography at speeds of up to 1/2000 of a second.The calculations can be fed into the computer to predict the exact moment and therefore depth of the explosion or effect they wish to generate.  

The results,Unique infinite permutations from a world of chaos that paradoxically  could only be created through very precise and technical calculations.The concept of Chaos has already had a lasting effect on science,It is only 50 years since Edward Lorenz first experiments on sensitive dependence and yet many academics  believe that twentieth century science will be known for only three theories: Relativity,Quantum Mechanics and Chaos.
The Campaign was the brain child of Lola Agency in Madrid and the visuals will run as an all media print & digital motion campaign in over 20 countries.

The final images: here

All images Copyright  : Diver & Aguilar Studio ©