Now that the Internet is saturated with timelapse and drone videos, one of the next big frontiers may be combining the two. Timelapse photographer Artem Pryadko shows what’s possible in the gorgeous 2-minute “DroneLapse” above. It’s “a new direction in shooting time lapses — time lapse using a drone,” Pryadko writes.
Source: This Drone Timelapse of Minsk is Like Something Out of a Dream
Time recently release a video narrated by John G. Morris, Former Photo Editor for Life, going behind the scenes of one of Capa’s most iconic images from WWII, an image of a soldier crawling onto Normandy Beach on D-day.
One of the originals and best war photographers.
“THE QUEEN has been graciously pleased to signify her intention of conferring the honour of Knighthood upon the undermentioned: Donald McCULLIN, C.B.E., Photojournalist. For services to Photography.”
The 81-year-old McCullin first began his photography career nearly 60 years ago, in 1959. Much of his word in that time has focused on war and the needy in society.
You can watch the amazing documentary about him on Netflix.
Roger Deakins is a cinematographer who’s worked on films such as The Shawshank Redemption, No Country for Old Men, Sicario, Skyfall, and many others that you’ve probably seen and loved. He has 13 Academy Award nominations for best cinematography and is responsible for so many beautiful shots and gorgeous films over the years that it’s obvious that he’s one of the most brilliant directors of photography ever.
Source: The Gorgeous Silhouette Shots of One of the Best Cinematographers of All Time
As I read another report this week of a photographer losing his life’s work to petty theft, I started to question if I was doing enough to back up my own images. How many copies of your work do you currently keep? Are you doing enough to protect your photos?
Source: Do You Take Sufficient Enough Precautions To Store Your Images?
Backup, Backup, Backup!
Take flight over Australia: Aerial photos by Scott McCook Originally a tailing pond image, I have created a fictional piece of work to convey a story about Australia riding the mining boom, Boddington Western Australia Scott McCook is a native Australian and an award winning landscape photographer with a serious passion for aerial photography.
Source: Take flight over Australia: aerial photos by Scott McCook
I’d love to take flight in a plane or helicopter one day just to get some amazing aerial photographs!
I still have the original x100. It’s a camera I hold onto dearly.
I’ve had a copy of the x100F since early November. During that time I kind of made it my go-to camera for just about anything and everything—from my more artistic professional shots, to travel, to basic family vacation images. This camera has been everywhere—from around my own home in Kentucky, to the Great Wall of China, to Disney World in Florida.
Source: 2 Months with the Fujifilm X100F