Paralyzed mom hangs off cliff – Happy Mothers Day!

 

By: VonWong

Published on May 7, 2017

Read more:
Von Wong’s version: http://blog.vonwong.com/mother
Karen’s version: https://storyart.com.au/adventuremother/

Credits:

Photographers : Benjamin Von Wong & Karen Alsop
Producer : Adam Cubito
Safety: Blue Mountains Adventure Company
Video Producer/Videographer : Valentina Vee
HMA: Paris Ambrose
Technical liaison: Jake Anderson
Assistants: Don Rajadurai, Stuart Alsop, Brian Bird, Yvette Martinette, Nikki Miller, Karley Miller, Courtney Holmes
Additional thanks to: Glen Isla Luxury, Blue Mountains Accommodation, Woolworths & BWS Leura Cindy Chen at Adobe Australia

This shoot was sponsored by:

Adobe, EIZO, Kayell, Wacom, Canson, Tether Tools, Blue Mountains Adventure Company, Jake Anderson Photography

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Zine – A Way to Publish and Promote Your Photography

 

By: Ted Vieira

Originally published on Apr 24, 2017

Zines are such a great way for photographers to publish and promote their photography that can really help their shots stand out.

If you’d like to download the digital zines that I talk about in the video, you can find those here:
http://minor11.com/emulsion-zine/

web: http://tavphotography.com
instagram: @tav_photography
direct instagram link: https://www.instagram.com/tav_photogr…

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ACROS vs ACROS : Film vs Digital

 

By: Ted Vieira

Originally published on Aug 25, 2016

I’ve wanted to do a comparison video for a while now, comparing the Fujifilm ACROS film simulation with the actual Neopan 100 ACROS film. This is that video. It’s not a debate between which is better, digital or film, that’s subjective and up to each person to make up their own mind on which is better for them.

This video just shows the two mediums back to back.

http://TAVPhotography.com
Instagram: @TAV_Photography
https://www.instagram.com/tav_photogr…

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How to Turn Helios Lenses into a DIY 30$ tilt Lens Baby

 

By: Mathieu Stern

Originally published on Mar 1, 2017

Today we will create some Lensbaby tilt shift lenses that cost 30$ and that are actually way better than the original which is ” just” 400$.
Using two soviet vintage Helios lenses and some rubber adapter, you can create some incredibly cool tilt effects for your portraits or landscapes.

Before every one starts to freak out, here are some interesting links for you :

here you can buy the Helios adapter for 10 $, it’s the one i use in the video :
http://www.horaczko.com/product/tilt

also I made a playlist of videos explaining how to create the same result from a tube of rubber.
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list…

you can see the HD photos of the shoot on my blog :
https://tinyurl.com/jpz6rl3

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►F A C E B O O K : https://goo.gl/gKSJwC

You can buy the Photoshop Actions i used in this video :
http://mathieustern.com/photoshop-act…

IF YOU LIKE THESE VIDEOS, YOU CAN MAKE A KIND DONATION OF $2 OR $5 VIA PAYPAL :
(paypal email: mathieustern@yahoo.fr )
OR
SUPPORT ME AND MY EXPERIMENTS ON PATREON :
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New to my Channel?? Here are some playlists to get you started.

➜ Best Of – Watch These First : https://goo.gl/pC31Ae

➜ The Weird Lens Challenge : https://goo.gl/F14AmC

➜ The Cheap Weird Lens Reviews : https://goo.gl/4Esi2p

➜ How To / Tutorials : https://goo.gl/mMZlTk.

Don’t forget to subscribe to my Youtube channel to get the new episodes of the Weird Lens Challenge

Note By Camaras.net: Mathieu Stern’s Youtube Channel is highly recommended, it is entertaining and educational.

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X100F: Riccardo Spatolisano and photography / FUJIFILM

 

By: FUJIFILMglobal

Originally published on Jan 24, 2017

X-Photographer Riccardo Spatolisano from Italy shoot with FUJIFILM X100F. Watch the photographer in action!
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About FUJIFILM X100F:

Fujifilm pioneered a new market segment of premium compact digital cameras in March 2011 with the launch of the FUJIFILM X100, equipped with an APS-C image sensor, high-speed image processing engine, high-performance FUJINON lens and the world’s first Hybrid Viewfinder that can be switched between an optical viewfinder and an electronic viewfinder. In February 2013, the second-generation model in the series, FUJIFILM X100S, was released with a newly-developed sensor and image processing engine. The company updated the series in September 2014 with the launch of the FUJIFILM X100T, boasting the use of the world’s first electronic rangefinder function, in an effort to constantly lead the segment of premium compact digital cameras with cutting-edge technologies.
The fourth-generation release of the series, X100F, features the latest image sensor and high-speed image processing engine to deliver the highest level of image quality and mobility in the series. This is the ultimate in premium compact digital camera, equipped with the Advanced Hybrid Viewfinder of enhanced convenience. While maintaining the elegant design that has proven to be popular, the new camera has been developed in pursuit for easy operability, reflecting requests from users of previous models.

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To learn more visit
special contents: http://fujifilm-x.com/cameras/x100f/
product information: http://www.fujifilm.com/products/digi…

photographer: http://fujifilm-x.com/photographers/r…

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Sir Elton John’s Modernist Photography Collection – A Home Tour

 

By: Tate

Originally published on Nov 9, 2016

Sir Elton John introduces us to his passion for collecting and his Modernist Photography collection which he lives with, in a home tour.

Made up of over 70 artists and nearly 150 rare vintage prints on show from seminal figures including Brassai, Imogen Cunningham, André Kertész, Dorothea Lange, Tina Modotti, and Aleksandr Rodchenko, The Radical Eye collection presents an unrivalled selection of classic modernist images from the 1920s to the 1950s – a crucial moment in the history of photography.

Book tickets and find out more: http://bit.ly/1U4Lh4x

Subscribe for weekly films: http://goo.gl/X1ZnEl

http://www.tate.org.uk

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