Professional Camera arms are crazy expensive! So Alexandre Chappel decided to build one, using 3d printing and a bunch of easy to come by parts. 

Eric Paré and Xangle started to work on a PiCam version of our multi-camera software a few months ago, but that had nothing to do with our usual bullet-time work. It was mostly about photogrammetry, which should look like our DSLR system, with much smaller cameras. And that part is ready. 

Thorsten von Overgaard  will tell about how an artist works. In this video, he explains his top 5 real life advice on how to become rich and famous bonafide artist. 

When you set up to shoot an interview, the angles and frames you choose can make or break the video. In this post, we will go over ten different angles that you can use when shooting interviews. You can think of it as a personal cheat sheet for interviews. Some of the ideas are for your A-camera, and some are for B-cam

In this week's video, Ben Horne shares his technique for shipping prints in mailing tubes so they are held in place and won't be damaged in transit.

In this video, Chungdha is checking 10 cinema cameras you can buy under $1000 USD. As there been many cameras from many years ago and this year 2020 there been many new releases with bigger resolutions, so the older cameras are becoming more affordable. The list: Canon XC10, Sony FS100, Panasonic Af100,  Sony F3,  Canon C100, Blackmagic Micro,  Blackmagic Pocket BMCC 2.5k,  Z CAM E2C, BMPC 4k

 In this episode, Joel Grimes teaches you how to take incredible portraits without lots of expensive gear.  He shows you how to work with the available light, supplement it with a single light, and create dramatic Rembrandt lighting, easily! If you want to make your portrait dramatic, this tutorial can help you! 

In this video Sean Tucker gives you some practical advice for being more intentional about the colours in your images, and how to limit your colour space in Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop using the Hue, Saturation and Luminance tool (or HSL sliders). He also gives you examples of complementary and analogous colour schemes from the world of cinema, and talk about what we mean when we say we are trying to achieve a 'cinematic look' to our photography. Share this video on if you found it helpful.

The relationship between man and dog is unlike man’s relationship with any other animal on the planet. When it comes to animal photography you can find many books, online lessons, or YouTube videos showing you and teaching you how to photograph animals – so they look like animals. 

Jay P. Morgan compares Peter McKinnon's Polar Pro, B&W, Syrp and Tiffen variable ND Filters. Let's see if those pricey Peter McKinnon filters are worth it compared to some of the less expensive options. Is there a good variable ND filter out there?