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Video: Watch this cannon shoot (and destroy) a Canon at 264mph in a tornado projectile test

A compact camera reached speeds of 264 miles per hour during a test to demonstrate the dangers presented by normal domestic objects flying around during tornado. And no, it didnt survive. The test was carried out by storm-footage stock library owner Martin Lisius with the help of a pneumatic cannon housed at the National Wind Institutes Debris Impact Facility in Texas Tech University. dpreview.com

2019-3-13 17:32

Weird Sony test equipment on eBaydo you know what it is?

One of our SAR readers sent me this eBay auction link. We cannot fogure out what this thing is. You have any idea? UDPATE: Our reader Jan Fenkhuber gave us the answer: This is for test and adjustment of the E-mount lenses: To do adjustments (for example on a projector) focus has to be adjusted […] The post Weird Sony test equipment on eBay…do you know what it is? appeared first on sonyalpharumors. sonyalpharumors.com

2019-2-15 14:35

Surfers Learn The Hard Way What Happens When You Go Surfing During A Polar Vortex (18 Pics)

"As the photographer, the most challenging part was being able to see through my viewfinder. The cold windchill caused my eyes to water a lot and it would freeze in my eyelashes. The cold air temperature meant I couldn't exhale with my face raised to my camera because it would cause a layer of water vapor from my breath to freeze over my viewfinder and sometimes my lens." boredpanda.com

2019-2-6 17:19

18 Photos That Show What Happens When You Go Surfing During A Polar Vortex

"As the photographer, the most challenging part was being able to see through my viewfinder. The cold windchill caused my eyes to water a lot and it would freeze in my eyelashes. The cold air temperature meant I couldn't exhale with my face raised to my camera because it would cause a layer of water vapor from my breath to freeze over my viewfinder and sometimes my lens." boredpanda.com

2019-2-5 17:19

What Parallelism Is and How to Use it to Improve Your Photography

Ive always had a fascination with geometry and man-made structures, their perfection has a strong attraction on me. It took me time to realize that what I appreciated most wasnt necessarily their symmetry or the simple repetition of shapes but the parallelism between the various elements of the construction of an image. To better understand […] petapixel.com

2019-1-11 20:27

I Energised Athletes & Cyclists Through Blurred Lines And A Painterly-Like Essay

I was in a creative Rut, and worked on a series of images pulling out what I felt was the essence of the motion, energy, power and dedication athletes put into their craft. These images were shot during collaborative shoots with athletes, during sport events I was working on and during commercial shoots for which I would pull a couple of images for the series. boredpanda.com

2018-12-19 13:54

Salvaging Forgotten Memories With The Rescued Film Project

Imagine that you were shooting with a film camera instead of a digital one; Whatare you going to do if you misplaced a roll of film by accident? What if you forgot about a roll inside a camera that you haven't used in ages? Maybe you exposed a roll prematurely when changing rolls? What about if you found an old roll of film inside a camera that you inherited from a family member? Recently, we got to speak withLevi Bettwieser, founder of The Rescued Film Project, about his efforts to recover images from rolls of film that once were thought to have been lost in the mists of time. thephoblographer.com

2018-10-21 13:00

Useful Photography Tip #187: How to Remember What 120 Film You Were Shooting With

Most Medium Format cameras don't have some sort of window on the back of the camera that you can peer into; that's one of the many way that they differ from 35mm cameras. So then the question becomes how to remember what film you've got in that camera? Well, the answer varies but the most consistent one that you'll find is that you should be using the little note holder on either the back of the camera or the film back depending on what you're using. thephoblographer.com

2018-10-3 13:00