Most couples probably expect to be swept off their feet on their wedding day, but for one couple, it became literal, when a rogue wave hit them. In a now-viral post, their wedding photographer caught the moment the water came crashing into them.
Davenport, Iowa: A photographer who was looking forward to relaxing is totally happy to bring his camera to Thanksgiving dinner to “take a few pictures.” Really. No problem at all. Who likes to relax anyway?
Eye-es-oh or eye-soh? Not as simple as you think! Tip: Don’t believe everything you read on the internet.
If you’re a fan of a good photograph and a good beer, understanding how one is made may help you understand the other. Beer and photographs are comprised of three active ingredients and one passive ingredient.
David F. Sandberg, the director of Shazam, lifts the curtain of what Hollywood movie test screenings are. In this hilarious but very helpful video, you will find how feedback from these events may affect the way a film is edited and marketed.
If you’re a content creator in any industry, I can almost guarantee that someone somewhere will steal your work. Unfortunately, it’s pretty much inevitable now, especially with the advent of social media. The question is: what can you do if someone steals your work?
Let’s pretend for a moment that you’ve found a magic lamp, and it’s going to grant you one and only one Instagram-related wish. I can think of what I’d wish for. Can you?
A common piece of advice given to street photographers is if your subject seems unhappy about the presence of your camera, it’s better to simply not take the picture and remove yourself from the situation. It would appear that that advice should extend to owls, as these rather ornery owls took out a camera that was supposed to be secretly observing them, and the resulting video is hilarious.
Newer LED lights run quite cool, so much so that you can generally touch them without even feeling uncomfortable. On the other hand, older light designs can run quite warm, and some can run downright hot — hot enough to literally cook an egg. Check out this fun video in which a photographer grabs some tungsten lights and does exactly that.
Let’s face it: photographers can be a fairly annoying and infuriating bunch. We have all met a photographer who simply annoys the living daylights out of us. This funny and lighthearted pokes fun at the most common types of those photographers.
As photographers, we might spend our entire lives behind the camera without ever experiencing what it is really like to be the one in front of it. This fun and interesting video follows a photographer and model as they switch roles to see just how difficult life is on opposite sides of the camera.
We’ve all scrolled past a targeted ad on Facebook or Instagram with a caption screaming for us to buy their new Lightroom or Photoshop presets if we want to take better photos. Is it just me, or does it usually seem these ads are often from folks shooting Sony cameras?
I’ve been watching Linus Tech Tips for about six years. I’m not even a massive tech geek, but I do use it to get the latest low-down on new processors or graphics cards. But mostly, I just really like their content, and the way it’s presented by the man himself, Linus.
The arrival of a new camera at my doorstep yesterday and the coming holiday weekend brought to mind an easy but often overlooked lesson from long, long, ago. Here is a short story to highlight what I learned.