"Photography, as a powerful medium of expression and communications, offers an infinite variety of perception, interpretation and execution" - Ansel Adams


Inspiration - Photography

   
     
Published on Jul 11, 2017
   
How to be Authentic in your Creative Work | Sean Tucker    
   
time | 8:33
Incredible Macro Photography of Microsculpture  
   
time | 5:24
Erik Johansson: Impossible photography  
   
time | 6:21
AIR - A stunning photo series | Vincent Laforet | TEDx talk  
   
time | 20:18
The hilarious art of book design | Chip Kidd    
   
time 17:60

Charles Pétillon | 33 KILOMETRES

Production of 2 photographs, one in France and the other one in Great Britain.

   
   
time | 4:24

 Murray Fredericks | The ‘Vanity’ Series

Behind the scenes look at Murray Fredericks' new series, 'Vanity'. The Vanity Series is his latest cycle in the 15 year 'Salt' project which commenced in 2003 at Lake Eyre - Kati Thanda in central Australia.

   
   
time | 3:19
Andy Goldsworthy | Land art and environmental art    
   
time | 2:16

Published on Aug 25, 2015

Print Your Legacy - Power of Print

 
   
time 2:47

The National Geographic Photographers on Photography

Who are National Geographic photographers? To honor 125 years of photography, we turn the (video) camera on our colleagues and get to know the people behind some of the most celebrated photographs in the world.

 
   
time 5:51

Jimmy Nelson: 7 Lessons I Learnt From Photography

Watch photographer Jimmy Nelson share some of his most intimate and fascinating stories & life lessons learned from the people he's photographed during his worldwide adventures...

 
   
time 6:35

Annie Leibovitz: A Moncler Icelandic Fairytale

Once upon a time, in a timeless time and a placeless place, in galaxies far away, there were two very young twins, with hair lighter than the midnight sun and eyes of a clear sky-blue. The two twins, Lucky and Pyper, lived alone and they loved each other very much.  The moral of this story of icy snow and warm emotions? It is this: even the hardest, seemingly impenetrable ice can guard the warmth of the purest form of love. Layers and layers of ice can conceal the secret and harmonious sense of a profound emotive link. One which is worth fighting for, when necessary.

 
   
time 2:30

Allegory of the Cave 

Inspiration for assignment 10

Flip Composite

 
   
time 3:34

Elena Shumilova:

Mom Captures Childhood of Her Sons

 
   
time: 4:10
Benjamin Von Wong:

Creativity Is A Way Of Life

 
   
time: 2:20
Audi Middle East Behind the Scenes  
     

Joel Grimes: Master of Illusions

Joel Grimes is a commercial advertising photographer whose composite portraits stretch the limits of imagination and fantasy. His secret for success in the art and photography world is simple - hard work, passion, and the courage to be yourself, even if it takes sacrifices. 
 
   
time: 2:22

23 Ninja Tips For Your Next Photo Walk

Watch photographer Thomas Leuthard demonstrate some creative street photography tips & tricks in Salzburg

 
   
time: 4:05

 Pano LA by:  Joe Capra

Shooting Pano LA has been the most ambitious, challenging, demanding, and rewarding project I have worked on to date. It was shot over a period of two years entirely in true panoramic form using two synced DSLR cameras side by side. The resulting panoramic timelapse footage comes in at a whopping 10K x 4K resolution when stitched. I did not shoot this film to achieve the extreme resolution. I shot it for the panoramic look, especially the compressed look you get when using long lenses.
Shooting panoramic timelapse was something I had always wanted to do. I love panoramic images and wanted to bring that look to timelapse, and I wanted to do it proper, not by faking it by just cropping the top and bottom of regular timelapse shots. I gave it a try many years ago but was never able to get the images from the two cameras to sync properly and get the images to stitched together correctly.
 

 

 
time 6:05

Vincent Laforet: The Basics of Time Lapse Photography - introduction Explorer of Light

Vincent Laforet explains the basics of time lapse photography in this beautiful series. Travel with him from the rugged canyons of Utah to the Las Vegas Strip, and learn how to make your own unique time lapse movies.

 
   
time: 6:26

Richard St. John:

Secrets of success in 8 words

 
   
time 4:06

Photographing Liquid Mountains | That's Amazing

   
   
time 6:02

'Darkness Is My Canvas, Light Is My Brush'

During the dark winter months in Finland, one man fills the night with light. Hannu Huhtamo is a light painter. The artist takes long exposure photographs and uses flashlights and other simple tools to transform dark and sometimes forgotten places into magical new worlds—no Photoshop required.

   
   
time 2:21
Blind Photographer Pete Eckert for Avantgarde Diaries by Oddiseefilms    
   
time 4:09
     
     

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