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How to Shoot Film with Ryan Tatar

28 Nov

How to Shoot Film with Ryan Tatar

San Francisco-based Photographer Ryan Tatar (one of our favorite features) has made quite a name for himself with his beautiful cross-processed lo-fi surf photography. His analog approach helps him feel miles away from his busy day job and let’s him focus on just making great images.

On this episode of D-I-Why Not? for Korduroy.tv, he breaks down the basics of shooting film.

Visit:

Ryantatar.com
Shakas and Single fins
Korduroy.tv
Ryan’s Feature on Cameraluv

Credits:

Host:
Ryan Tatar

Camera:
James Campbell
Cyrus Sutton

Edit:
James Campbell

Music:
“Nothings Gonna”
The Blank Tapes

Via korduroy.tv

Easy DSLR Lighting Techniques from Eve Hazelton

24 Jan

Easy DSLR Lighting Techniques from Eve Hazelton

This simple lighting tutorial hosted by Eve Hazelton (DOP of The Underwater Realm) walks you through some simple lighting techniques to interviews or other close up shots with your DSLR shots better.

Via Swiss-miss Philipbloom.net

LifeFinder DVD by Jeremy Cowart

22 Aug

LifeFinder DVD by Jeremy Cowart

LifeFinder, the instructional DVD released last year by world-reknown entertainment photographer Jeremy Cowart is the perfect blend of vision, insight, inspiration and instruction.

The Lifefinder package is actually broken down into 2 DVDs. Disk 1 features things like Jeremy’s Vision Toolkit, insight into his RAW workflow, an in-depth interview of Jeremy by photographer Zack Arias, information about locations and libraries, and projects with a purpose (like the amazing Help-Portrait project). Disk 2 is where Jeremy gives you a narrated behind the scenes look at shoots of all kinds, featuring musicians like The Civil Wars and Imogen Heap and other models, performers and actresses both on location and in the studio.

With over 4 hours of awesome content, Lifefinder at $249, is a great investment into your photography business. It’s rare to get this kind of insight from a guy with Jeremy’s talent level, but what’s really cool is how humble and willing to teach he is. It makes you want to get out and shoot more, which is really how the learning is done.

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