Infrared photography uses a part of the light spectrum that is not visable to the human eye.
Time-lapse photography is a technique whereby the interval at which film frames are captured is much lower than that used to view the sequence. Typically video is recorded at 24-30 frames per second, and played back at the same speed. In time-lapse photography however, images are captured at a much slower rate, 1 image every 3-5 seconds. When the result played at normal speed, time appears to be passing much faster.
There are many fireworks displays all round the world every year, they are a fabulous event, and a great subject for photography enthusiasts. There are hundreds of photos of fireworks posted to the internet and social media that were taken […]
I’ve created a film bundle of lightroom presets to help you achieve the look of many classic film stocks. I must mention that these are not a one click wonder button to suddenly transform your entire image library into something that resembles Ektachrome. And neither do I believe that such a system exists contrary to what marketing would have you believe. These are more of a starting point for you to individually refine for the needs of each of your images.