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Blooming Rose: Amazing Time Lapse Video

Not really a blog post today, but I found a very beautiful and amazing video via twitter (thanks, @richbugger) depicting great use of time-lapse video technique with the most adorable thing of nature: A blooming rose. So that’s it. Nothing to read, nothing to experiment. Just lean back and enjoy the beautiful video 🙂

PS: How was this done? Well, this technique is called “Time-Lapse” photography/videography. A detailed tutorial on this technique would be coming soon here on Shutter Skills 🙂


33 Interesting Concepts of Bottle Photography

A bottle is a rigid container with a neck that is narrower than the body and a “mouth”. By contrast, a jar has a relatively large mouth or opening. Bottles are often made of glass, clay, plastic, aluminum or other impervious materials, and typically used to store liquids such as water, milk, soft drinks, beer, wine, cooking oil, medicine, shampoo, ink and chemicals.
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The Brenizer Method Photography

The Brenizer Method is a well known photography technique on flickr named after the talented wedding photographer Ryan Brenizer who amongst other things is the Official Photography expert for Amazon.com

The technique is basically a variation of a stitched panorama but with close focus and using the lens wide open at its fastest aperture to achieve a picture with a kind of 3D medium format look. It gives a real pop to the object in focus. The only downside is that it needs 20 plus shots to give the best effect, and at full resolution that can be a bit of a challenge for most PC’s to stitch in a reasonable time scale.

Here are some example for the brenizer method from other photographer and from Ryan Brenizer as well :

Photography ~ purplemattifish

Photography ~ Bay Brown

Photography ~ Emily Porter

Photography ~ Alexander Koste

Photography ~ Zabong

Photography ~ Mano82

Photography ~ Digitaldisorder

Photography ~ eriwst

Photography ~ Guillaume Lemoine

Photography ~ dgwphotography

Photography ~ Overdear

Photography ~ Daifuku Senseir

Photography ~ Nicole Pearce

Photography ~ Blue Tsunami

Photography ~ Arun Basil Lal

Photography ~ Ryan Brenizer

Interesting right? for more of this technique visit Ryan Brenizer’s blog

So, if you think that you have a photographs that are taken with brenizer method, let us know on the comment box.

Thank you