Every now and again, Kai Wong and the good folks at DigitalRev TV forgo their whimsical methods of product review videos and focus on giving photographers some added creative inspiration, touching on things you may have never thought of trying yourself, while usually doing a superb job at showing how it’s done.
I always enjoy the quick-tip video resources from Jay P. Morgan – they really are chock-filled with practical insights for the aspiring amateur to the professional working photographer, and today’s offering is no different.
First Look: Joshua Holko Takes a Prototype Canon 200-400mm F/4L IS 1.4x Out Shooting – Performs as a $10K+ Lens Should
Australia-based landscape, nature and wilderness photographer, Joshua Holko, was recently lucky enough to spend some time with the latest iteration of the long-rumored and long-awaited Canon 200-400mm f/4L IS 1.4x – testing one of only a handful of known prototypes, and sharing his initial thoughts in the video below.
Binghamton, New York native, video instructor and author, Tony Northrup, wants to help you explore the limits of your photographic creativity by providing a myriad of resources ranging from the further development of basic photo-taking principles to more advanced techniques such as the proper use of off camera flash via his video resources.
Remember that extremely humorous and somewhat controversial Canon C300 video overview created by freelance director and cinematographer, Jon Yi? Well, it seems as though our creative friend is at it again – this time choosing to compare the Canon’s new Cinema Prime Lenses verse the revered L-series optics.
As we head into the New Year, we are all being given a brand new chance to start anew through setting resolutions that will allow us creatives to enhance the perfection of our individual, visual craft. While we all look to better our artistic visions in any way possible, it is important to remember to keep searching for inspiration through everyday life – something the video above not only aids in, but additionally may teach you added techniques to enhance your creativity for 2013.
Resource: Free Photography Contracts – Model Releases, Agreements and Sale Samples For Professional Use
While it’s strongly recommended to meet with an attorney to iron-out a system that works best for you and your photography, videography, and/or creative business’, these good-as-gold contract templates, created by the folks at Docracy, are a great starting-point for ensuring your creative properties are covered legally.
From model releases, to wedding photography contracts, to forms that cover the sale of your work at galleries, the material below is definitely worth a few moments of your time as an active professional or hobbyist alike.
As is the case with every major Fuji camera release, Billy and Greg a.k.a the Fuji Guys, dissect, inform and evaluate the facts, giving the general public some of the most comprehensive details in regards to Fuji cameras you’ll find.
Utilizing their wealth of knowledge gained from years upon years of commercial, event, and personal productions, and in lieu of the release of their new filmmaking resource app dubbed SMAPP, the good folks at Stillmotion continue to produce incredibly informative and useful resources for all our DSLR video shooters out there.