neutral density filters

by Alexandra Ibarra ·Posted 11/14/2023
Although capturing the perfect photo is an art, many photographers these days are curious about the world of video. If you're thinking about exploring videography and adding motion to your storytelling tool kit, this guide is for you. We'll help you shift from snapping still shots to creating engaging videos, using the skills you already have. Moving from photography to videography introduces a few key changes. First, unlike photography, which captures a single moment, videography is about the passage of time, showing change and progression.
by Jason T. ·Posted 04/26/2021
I was enthralled with long exposure photography long before I took up the practice myself. There’s something about seeing movement represented in a still image that I’ve always found compelling. In everyday life, we observe stillness in more or less the same way we do in a photo. Movement, however, is represented differently in photography than we see it in everyday life, and long exposure photography allows us to explore and study movement in a unique, abstract way. In the months after I purchased my first DSLR, I quickly realized there was
by Todd Vorenkamp ·Posted 02/16/2021
We have probably all seen images in which the photographer has panned with the action—photos where the subject is in fairly sharp focus and the background is blurred due to the motion of the camera. The subjects you might have seen in action panning photos include cars, trucks, airplanes, runners, motorcycles, bicycles, etc. Done well, action panning photographs are a pleasure to look at and, believe it or not, action panning is not the most difficult technique to learn with your camera. However, getting great results can be a bit of a
5,770 Views ·Posted 12/23/2016
In this video, photographer David Flores tests out the Formatt Hitech Firecrest Filter Holder Kit. It's a screw-on filter holder that allows the use of 100mm filters that offer more creative flexibility than traditional filters.