Cool Stuff — August 12, 2013Cool Stuff
Welcome to Cool Stuff, a recurring feature where we post our favorite links, including our favorite articles and how-tos, videos, images and more.
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- We think this one fall squarely into the “don’t try this at home, kids” category, but Nicholas Doldinger’s drone video montage of New York is, well, look for yourself.
- Speaking of drones, that’s what the National Geographic is using to capture some pretty incredible images.
- Shane Hurlbut is someone we follow pretty closely. A prolific DP, Shane has taken DSLR video to new heights, using it in indie films and blockbusters alike. In his always-educational blog, he breaks down his go-to lighting gear.
- Our friend the Phoblographer has a neat review of the Olympus E-P5, which we now rent.
- We love heartwarming stories. Here’s one, courtesy of PetaPixel, about a photographer who left his bag of gear on a train in Europe, and got it back thanks to a group of strangers.
- And finally, because we like pretty pictures and there’s a bit of symmetry to ending where we started, here’s a timelapse of Mid-Town Manhattan that’ll leave you, well, take a look…
And now, for the BorrowLenses.com Roundup!
- The deal of the week is now live! Get 25% off some pretty awesome stuff!
- We’re still running out series of contests on Facebook. This week’s quiz is about photo techniques. Get your entries in now!
- If you haven’t heard about it yet, you should go check out our Education section. Featuring eBooks from a number of prominent authors, you’ll find enough material here to keep you busy for a while.
That’s it for this edition of Cool Stuff. As always, questions and feedback are welcome in the comments below.
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