Archive for the ‘Training’ Category

Mar
20
2014

MZed Presents “Need Light? Speedlite!” Tour with Bob Davis and Stephen Eastwood

Here's a tour that you may be interested in attending in the USA MZed puts on some good tours so this one should be awesome.[adrotate group="6"] planet5D Discount Our planet5D readers can get a $10 off discount for the daytime workshop, the code is :…
Mar
14
2014

Enormous Night Timelapse Workflow Tutorial by Dustin Farrell

planetMitch note: Dustin's previous tutorial on timelapse ("How to create an HDR Timelapse") was a huge draw and still gets plenty of views every day on planet5D - we're incredibly thrilled to have Dustin premiering his newest tutorial here! Hello again fellow timelapse nerds. Probably…
Feb
5
2014

Kessler University Features Adding Movement to Photography with @Stillmotion

This is a great little tip from the @stillmotion team (Patrick Moreau in front of the camera). I haven't yet had the need for photos in my work, but for what they've done for their latest project which just premiered, this seems like a great…
Jan
17
2014

“Timelapse: Moab” A Dark-sky Timelapse & Photography Workshop

My friend Ron Risman (he runs cameratown.com) is doing yet another Timelapse Moab workshop (there was one for May but it sold out so quickly we couldn't get a post out in time!) - but great news, Ron has decided to add another workshop immediately…
Dec
5
2013

#standwithme: A Stand Against One of the World’s Darkest Evils

The amazing team at stillmotion has a new very emotional project they're very passionate about plus they're doing a new US training tour you will want to participate in - see the map below for the 30 cities they're visiting where you can attend! The…
Nov
27
2013

CF/SD memory card data management trick from @stillmotion

This is a simple data management process that makes sense as I often have trouble remembering whether I've copied all the files off of a CF or SD memory card. This came from the @stillmotion KNOW tour and I thought it would be good to…
Nov
12
2013

Using the "Subtractive Lighting" Technique for Outdoor Portraits

What happens when you're ready to shoot and "available light" means you've got way too much light? Nobody looks their best with harsh under-eye shadows (the dreaded "raccoon" look) or when your talent is squinting from a reflector blasting photons into their watery eyes. This…
Oct
25
2013

Capture the African Wildlife in this Cinematography Workshop with Abraham Joffe

Are you a filmmaker and a lover of nature? Have a bucket list with "film herds of elephants in Africa" on your list? If so, this is going to be very interesting for you! Oh how I wish I could go on this trip (and…
Oct
3
2013

Set up a chest stabiliser on a minimum budget

Elbows against your rib cage, knees flexed, cradle the camera gently in your hands and shoot...darn, the shots are still shaky. Well, how about a really cheap way to add that third point of contact for smoother shots? Check out this article by RedShark News.…
Sep
16
2013

Magic Lantern RAW – "It's like I had alien eyes."

It takes your breath away, the first time you use Magic Lantern's "software add-on". That's what ML calls it. I call it "Magic Window". No longer is your video an approximation of what you filmed. It's like you're looking through a window at what you…