Commercial photographer Sean Tucker documents his trip to Snowdonia to discover landscape photography.
Shoot move shoot is a technique used in time-lapse photography. Setting the camera in motion is a popular technique to add drama to time-lapse sequences. The purpose of the shoot move shoot technique is to avoid motion blur that might present itsself in the shot if the camera was in motion. Simply explained, as time-lapses are […]
Canon has announced its EF 50mm F1.8 STM lens, which uses a stepper motor for quieter and more responsive autofocus compared to its “Mark II” predecessor. The new “nifty fifty” also features a 7-blade circular aperture and minimum focus distance of 35cm – both improvements over the Mark II. The compact fifty is just 39mm long […]
Motorized sliders are brilliant tools for filmmakers and time-lapsers. Unfortunately, just as with cameras, there is no one perfect motorized slider. This overview is a rundown of what currently are the best portable, somewhat affordable, motorized slider options on the market, and can be used as a comparison tool. The article is continously updated to be as relevant […]
An intervalometer is a device commonly used to signal, in accurate time intervals, the operation of some other device. This is often done for a time-lapse series. It may also be used to take, or begin taking, picture(s) after a set delay. Other names include interval meter, interval timer and timer remote. This guide walks through the most common intervalometers on the […]