Cool Stuff – October 19, 2013Cool Stuff
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- Photographer Martin Schoeller is someone whose work is often instantly recognizable. In this short video, he talks about intimate portraiture.
- From Trainspotting to Slumdog Millionaire, Danny Boyle is a critically acclaimed — and commercially successful — filmmaker. Courtesy of MovieMaker, here are his 15 rules of filmmaking.
- The folks at PhotoShelter are always doing some one really educational seminar or another. Here’s one with Eric Cheng, on the topic of drone photography.
The Drone Photographer: How Eric Cheng is Democratizing Aerial Photography from PhotoShelter.com on Vimeo.
- From one of the wide acknowledged masters of lighting, Joe McNally shows us how to take a light, diffuse it, then diffuse it some more and still end up with a gorgeous image.
- And finally, because this feels like the “tips” version of Cool Stuff, via Popular Photography comes a series of tips from environmental portrait photographer Brian Harkin.
That’s it for this edition of Cool Stuff. As always, questions and feedback are welcome in the comments below.