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Don’t Try This With Your Car: Remote-Controlled Lexus Drift Parking Stunts

I don’t even care if this is done with a remote control, 1/10 scale model of a Lexus: this is incredible. It might even be more impressive that it’s done with a model, as I don’t think I would do this with a Hot Wheels with my finger on the roof. C’mon, this stuff is great! Share this:Share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new wind

Hilarious Video from Kessler and The Music Bed Pokes Fun at B-Roll Artists

I think anyone who can’t laugh at their own occupation takes life a little too seriously, which is why I couldn’t contain my laughter at this video that pokes fun at a rather eccentric B-Roll artist (I also shoot b-roll for stock). Well produced, full of gaffs and ridiculous situations, and with the “eccentric” subject Barry Rollins, this video gets everything right. For the full interview (which is hilarious)...

10 Books That Can Actually Teach You Something About Photography

No matter how long you’ve been shooting, there’s always room to learn. Maybe you need to nail down your fundamentals a bit more, or maybe you want to explore the more conceptual elements of photography. Whatever you need to brush up on or refine, there is a book out there that can help. We have compiled what we found to be the best 10 books that can actually teach you a few things. So let’s get to learning!   1)...

Resource Magazine’s Best of 2014 Awards

Each year there are hundreds of new products that hit the photo and video markets, and each year we at Resource recognize the best of those products with one of four awards: Editor’s Pick, Plaque of Excellence in Innovation, Best in Category and the most coveted of our awards, the Onion Award for Perfection (so good it makes you cry, get it?). So without further adieu, I present to you our picks for the best of 2014. Photos by...

Has NYC Ever Been Portrayed Like this Before? Aerial Photos That Tell a New Tale

After more than fifteen years of daring “aerial photo missions” around the world, Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Vincent Laforet is as comfortable dangling out of a helicopter as most photographers are safe inside their own studio. But to capture some of his most stunning images yet–breathtaking nighttime shots of New York City’s luminous expanse–Laforet had to elevate his craft to new heights....

Riding the Wavy Train with Rick Ross and Andy Samberg

By Michelle Park – Photos courtesy of F. Scott Schafer “We built it—it’s real, ” says celebrity photographer Scott Schafer. For his shoot with Lonely Island’s Andy Samberg and rapper Rick Ross, Scott collaborated with Bryn Bowen, a NY-based set builder, to construct a colossal money wave. Referencing his own surfing experience, he came up with the angle for the wave. The structure was constructed out of chicken wire,...

Results from Photoshelter Survey Show Photographers’ Outlook for 2015

Photoshelter regularly has some pretty great information to share with the industry, including results from a survey they did asking photographers what their outlook was for 2015. The survey encompassed questions that asked photo professionals and enthusiasts their plans to tackle this year, including business & marketing goals, plus challenges they expect. A little bit about the Photoshelter’s survey methodology: In...

Use Blend Modes in Adobe Premiere to Fix Exposure Issues

I love some of the content that Lynda produces, and this video about blend modes is no exception. If you are a photographer getting into video and are trying to grasp Adobe Premiere, there are a lot of functions that mimic how you edit photos in Photoshop. This is certainly the case with blend modes, which treat clips on a timeline like layers in Photoshop. If you want to try and fix overexposed or underexposed areas of footage, this...

Watch a DSLR Shutter at 10,000 Frames Per Second

If you have never actually seen what makes the guts of a DSLR tick, this is an excellent explanatory video. It very well illustrates the four main components of what makes a single lens reflex system work: mirror, first curtain, second curtain and sensor. When you hit the little button that tells your DSLR to take a picture, a lot happens in a very short amount of time. First, the mirror pops up, revealing the space where the sensor...

Getting Married This Year? Check Out These Award-Winning Wedding Photographs of 2014

Tying the knot this year will not only will usher a  new chapter in the lives of two loving people through richness and poor, sickness and in health, good wedding photography or bad. It is also a chance for each marrying couple to cement their marital vows to posterity by starring, along with their family and friends, in top-quality, memorable photographs. Doing so, they might earn a shot at eclipsing these award winning wedding...

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Don’t Try This With Your Car: Remote-Controlled Lexus Drift Parking Stunts
Hilarious Video from Kessler and The Music Bed Pokes Fun at B-Roll Artists
Use Blend Modes in Adobe Premiere to Fix Exposure Issues
Watch a DSLR Shutter at 10,000 Frames Per Second
Photographer Gives New Meaning To The Term “Thumb Drive” With Severed Thumb USB
College Humor Posts the “Truth” Behind Justin Bieber’s Controvertial Ad
Watch the BBC’s Harrowing Drone Flight Video Over Auschwitz
What SD Cards Actually Give the Speeds Promised? Time for a Showdown!
Rare Nikon 6mm f/2.8 Lens Listed on Yahoo Auctions for 13 Million Yen
NASA Releases Largest Picture Ever Taken, Zooms-In on the Andromeda Galaxy
  • Don’t Try This With Your Car: Remote-Controlled Lexus Drift Parking Stunts

  • Hilarious Video from Kessler and The Music Bed Pokes Fun at B-Roll Artists

  • Use Blend Modes in Adobe Premiere to Fix Exposure Issues

  • Watch a DSLR Shutter at 10,000 Frames Per Second

  • Photographer Gives New Meaning To The Term “Thumb Drive” With Severed Thumb USB

  • College Humor Posts the “Truth” Behind Justin Bieber’s Controvertial Ad

  • Watch the BBC’s Harrowing Drone Flight Video Over Auschwitz

  • What SD Cards Actually Give the Speeds Promised? Time for a Showdown!

  • Rare Nikon 6mm f/2.8 Lens Listed on Yahoo Auctions for 13 Million Yen

  • NASA Releases Largest Picture Ever Taken, Zooms-In on the Andromeda Galaxy