In this blog post I want to share some of the latest and viral video updates, from the past month, within the Digital Photography community.
First on the list will be a video showing a new awesome tool, developed by the guys from Adobe Photoshop CC team. The new Content – Aware Crop tool seems very promising, for various reasons, as long as it works for most of the images, and not only on the image chosen for the video presentation – as it was the case with Fill – Content Aware.
Second video is about Street Photography. This video features photographer Thomas Leuthard, sharing some cool and creative tips for capturing better street photography. I really like the way the video is put together, even I have watched couple of times – this is something that is not happening very often, as I find most photography related videos boring or badly made.
Next video features the work of Japanese photographer Kenji Wakasugi. I found the way the photographs were exhibited as very unique and authentic, something so stylish and aesthetic – typical for Japanese culture and art. For more information and specifics about the way the exhibition was setup, you can check IPPODO Gallery page.
And the last video I will post here is featuring the amazing and so courageous war/documentary photographer Giles Duley . Giles talks about The Power of a Story – his experience as war photographer and the current refugees crisis. Also he shares some extraordinary story, of people trapped in a region engulfed by savage of war. I have big respect for photographers such as Giles Duley, it take some special human quality to be able to thrive and work in such harsh conditions.
Sharing such updates and videos is something new to my blog that I haven’t done before. But for now on I will try my best, at least ones a month, to share such interesting videos and information related to our passion – Photography.
And if you happen to find the content of this blog post interesting, please share it with the world – as this is the main purpose of what professional photography bloggers like me do, is to share helpful information and help others find it.
Open discussion, in the comments section bellow, is also welcomed!