The coronavirus pandemic has fundamentally altered the world and caused serious disruptions for creatives in all industries. This excellent video features an experienced professional discussing how we can adapt to this new landscape.
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Given how intricate and tricky product photography can be, you might think that you need complex multi-light setups to produce a professional shot. And while those certainly have their uses, you might be surprised by how much you can accomplish with just one light. This great video tutorial will show you how to light and edit a professional cutlery shot with a single light.
It is rare that a photographer will shoot studio portraits using a bare flash, but that does not mean you can’t do it. In fact, you might be surprised by how you can accomplish with a bare flash, and the skills you will learn in practicing this will come in handy in a wide variety of situations outside the studio.
While stuck inside during lockdown, Hungarian photographer Milan Radisics has embarked on a different kind of photo project. Since he can’t go out and shoot, he’s decided to capture Italy’s deserted cities from afar, using public webcams instead of his own camera, and the PrtScn key instead of a shutter button.
He’s calling the project “Italy Paused: 40 Pictures About Quarantine from Quarantine”, and both the location and the number of photos he chose are symbolic. As Radisics explains, the word quarantine actually originated in Italy.
“The practice of quarantine began during the 14th century in an effort to protect coastal cities from plague epidemics. Ships arriving in Venice from infected ports were required to sit at anchor for 40 days before landing.” says Radisics. “This operation, called quarantina, was derived from the Italian words quaranta giorni, which means 40 days.”
With this idea in mind, Radisic—an aerial photographer by trade—set about finding publicly accessible webcams that showed some of Italy’s most popular destinations… deserted. From the Pantheon and Trevi Fountain in Rome, to St. Mark’s Square and the Ponte Rialto in Venice, he wanted to capture photos of “crowded places that have been transformed into empty theatrical scenery without performers.”
Scroll down to see a selection of some of the more haunting screengrabs that Radisics has captured thus far:
To see the full 40-photo series, head over to Behance. And if you want to see more of Radisics’ work before he was forced to “shoot” it from the comfort of his office chair, you can find his impressive aerial photography on his website and Instagram.
Image credits: All photos by Milan Radisics and used with permission.
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As the coronavirus pandemic continues to cause major disruptions around the world, one of the world’s biggest film producers, Ilford, is shutting down all production until further notice.