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Video 19th October 2016 A new Hasselblad, the X1D-50c, shot by Ming Thein.

A new camera from the legendary Hasselblad & a little bit about photography from one of their ambassadors Ming Thein, who talks not only about the camera but also about what it is to be a photographer. Such a lovely little camera too with a big sensor to give truly detailed images full of the colour …

Video 5th May 2016 GoPro Mach 5 : On A Rocket To Outer Space

Yep, someone strapped a few GoPro Hero 4’s to a Rocket and blasted it into space. Not only are these little cameras really are hard to break, they also capture really great imagery along the way. The 20 foot tall SL-10 rocket way launched by UP Aerospace Inc. last November from their base, Spaceport America …

Video 6th February 2016 The Day Felix Fell From Space Update.

Remember Felix Baumgartner, the Austrian skydiver, daredevil and BASE jumper who bested Jo Kittinger’s 1960 world record parachute jump of 19.5 miles by falling from a height of 24 miles, reaching a maximum velocity of Mach 1.25 [or 843.6 mph to you and me ]? Well Red Bull have just released new footage of the …

Video 10th December 2015 Cascade – Danny MacAskill

Donny MacAskill is about my all-time favourite street trials rider, his ability to move his bike along a fine line is outstanding. In his latest promo video for GoPro, “Cascade” he rides the rooftops of Grand Canaria in his usual style of insane jumps and vertigo-inducing balancing acts, all culminating in a grand finale splash down. GoPro really …

Video 4th November 2015 NASA Wants You!

I know this blog is, roughly, photography related buy as I post a lot about space for some reason I thought I’d just throw this out there. NASA is looking for people to join up to it’s program & be the next generation of Space Explorers. So if you ever dreamt [ or maybe, secretly, …

Video 27th March 2015 Lost Or Found

A time lapse video where  Andy Davidhazy recorded one photo/selphy every one mile of his journey along the 2600 milePacific Coast Trial from Mexico to Canada.   Every Spring, ambitious hikers set out to hike the 2600 mile long Pacific Crest Trail for a variety of reasons, be it to lose themselves in the wilderness experience and …

Photography Video 26th November 2014 Terminal Bar

Sheldon Nadelman worked as a barman from from 1972 to 1981 at the Terminal Bar on Eighth and West 41st, opposite the Port Authority Bus Terminal near Times Square. In this time he would ask his many customers to sit for a portrait producing a body of work amassing to 2,600 photographs. All these photos have been catalogued by his …

Photography Video 9th November 2014 Time Zero: the last year of Polaroid film

We all know the Polaroid Instant Camera, a point and shoot capable of delivering a printed photo in about 60 seconds. That was pretty instant in 1948 when the first Polaroid camera went on sale to an eager public – the craze of snap & share was born, long before Facebook & Instagram flooded our …

Video 8th November 2014 Astronaut – An amazing time lapse from the ISS

In this brilliant time lapse, Guillaume JUIN, brings over 80GB of images taken on board the International Space Station & compiles them into one 2 minute 50 second clip. Looking at it play you have to remind your self that this is not CGI making things appear, this is real. We have seen many a time lapse …

Video 27th July 2014 Los Angeles Fly By

Take one quadcopter and a few early mornings in downtown LA to capture some of the greatest historic buildings of the area. Some have been restored, some repurposed and some turned into art. That’s watch Ian Wood, a photographer/film maker from Los Angeles did. His video really shows off these buildings well through his choice …

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