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Thursday, September 25, 2014

John Malkovich mixes with world class photographer to create something... Creep?

Hey I am all about art. But let's be honest here. Sometimes it can come off a bit creepy. Even things I like, I can also consider... off. In my humble opinion, this falls into that category. I mean, after all, any photo that will feature iconic film legend John Malkovich, will certainly have the potential of coming off... creepy. He just has this certain persona and look that makes you go, "Cool." While making sure to stand at arms length. (Loved him in the Red movies.)

Well he teamed up with photographer Sandro Miller to recreate some iconic photographs. I will let you be the judge on what you think. For me, they fall into the cool/creepy department. And for the record, after seeing the last photo in the sequence, I am convinced he needs to play Ernest Hemingway in a movie at some point.

Alfred Hitchcock (1973)

Che Guevara (1960)

John Lennon and Yoko Ono

Albert Einstein (1951)

Mick Jagger (1964)

American Gothic (1942)

Salvador Dali (1954)

Ernest Hemingway (1957)



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Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Episode 196 - Beginner's Intro to Layers

Photoshop and Lightroom are not very complicated. But they are diverse in their capabilities. Because they does do so much, and since they are indeed so complex, beginner's often interpret this as difficulty and experience some frustrations. This mini series is designed to make the transition to Lightroom and Photoshop a bit easier.




Here are the before and after shots.
Remember that this is to be used as a CD cover with a title track of "Chasing Rainbows".



Monday, September 22, 2014

The most captivating time lapse ever?

This has to be the coolest/weirdest/most captivating time lapse I have ever seen. It is composed of nearly 300,000 photos, and is partnered with the most perfect soundtrack ever. It is eery it's presentation, yet you cannot seem to stop watching....

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Canon powershot SX60 HS is a feature packed vacationer's Camera

With a 65X optical zoom (21-1365mm equivalent), WiFi, RAW capture, 16.1MP sensor, 1080/60 HD video, face detection, 6.4 fps, Digic 6 processor, tracking AF, vari-angle 3 inch screen, and a $500 price tag, this may be the best vacationer camera ever.

  • 16.1MP High Sensitivity CMOS Sensor
  • DIGIC 6 Image Processor
  • 65x Optical Zoom Lens
  • 21-1,365mm (35mm Equivalent)
  • Full HD 60p Video & External Mic Input
  • 3.0″ 922k-Dot Vari-Angle LCD
  • 922k-Dot Electronic Viewfinder
  • High Speed AF System
  • Intelligent IS & Zoom Framing Assist
  • Built-In Wi-Fi Connectivity with NFC



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Canon plays Catch up with Sony on the G7 X

There is no doubt about it, anyone that has looked at/held/owned a Sony RX100, has fell in love. A full frame sensor camera in a small portable body. In fact it is already on it's second iteration of the model. But while the new Canon 7D replacement stole all of the headlines, Canon released another camera into the mix that I believe may have caught up to, and even leap frogged the Sony RX100.

Introducing the Canon G7 X. It is also a compact body camera with a 1 inch sensor. In many ways, it seems to be better than the Sony. It offers a longer lens with it's 24-100mm equivalent F/1.8-2.8 lens.

It comes equipped with a flippable 3 inch touch sensitive screen. Something else Sony does not offer.

It has a 31 point AF system and shoots at 6.5 fps.

It sports 1080p 60FPS video recording, built in WiFi, and a pop up flash. It is also reportedly priced a bit better. But we shall see...







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Monday, September 15, 2014

Introducing the new Canon 7D Mark II

After all of the rumors, speculations, and leaks, We finally know everything there is to know about the new replacement for the very popular 7D model.  They aimed squarely at the video and sport shooters and gave them almost everything that they asked for.

It is 4 times more weather and dust resistant.

It comes with a 20.2 MP APS-C sensor that delivers a max ISO of 51,200.

It has 65 AF point that are ALL cross type capable.

It has a burst speed of 10 FPS thanks to dual Digic 6 processors,

The shutter life is rated for 200,000 actuations.

It has a 1.04M dot 3 inch screen on the back.

It has a 150,000 pixel RGB=IR 252 zone metering sensor.

It has a built in time lapse feature.

Built in GPS.

New higher capacity batteries that will keep you shooting longer.

Built in headphones for monitoring while recording video.

And the HDMI out will stream uncompressed video out to an external recording device.

Not to mention Dual pixel AF for auto focus accuracy while recording video.

Price is $1,800 for the body only when released in stores in November.




Wednesday, September 3, 2014

A Timelapse of a Timelapse

Now this is pretty cool. Photographer/Producer Maciej Tomkow makes compelling time lapse videos. But here is a behind the scenes timelapse of him making a timelapse...


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