Cool Stuff — July 22, 2013Cool Stuff
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- We start this edition of Cool Stuff with a blast from the past. Photographer Dan Carrillo still uses the old Daguerreotype method to produce some stunning results.
- Speaking of old, Prime lenses have been the mainstay of photography since its inception (not like they had 70-200mm f/2.8 zooms back in the days of Louis Daguerre, after all). The guys over at DigitalRev TV show us why primes are still the best lenses around.
- This one’s an oldie, but a goldie. Filmmaker Juan Melara shows you how to apply that summer blockboster look to your videos.
- And , if you’re interested in doing the same thing to your still images, the guys at PHLearn have a good tutorial for you.
- This piece from Digital Photography School is a good way to finish up this edition of Cool Stuff. Getting out of your comfort zone is something all photographers should do. DPS contributor Lori Peterson explains why.
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