Old Pentax Lenses on New Pentax Cameras

This video shows you how to use older Pentax lenses that are manual with newer Pentax cameras like the K-30, K-5 II and K-5 IIs. The camera in this demonstration is a K-5 IIs, but the menu and the procedure is the same for the K-30. First you want to make sure that your camera Read more…

Travel Vlogging 101: Choosing Camera Gear

What’s up everybody? It’s Alex and Marko, the Vagabrothers. We are a two man film crew. We’ve gone all the way around the world with all our camera gear and all our clothes in one carryon size backpack. A lot of people have asked us, ” How do you do so much with so little?” Read more…

How to Use a Canon AE-1 35mm Film Camera

Hey! Jon here with Prime Studios and in this video I’m going to show you guys how to use the Canon AE-1 35mm film camera which is one of the most commonly used film cameras by students today. Alright, starting off I’m going to go ahead and put in the battery. This camera uses what’s Read more…

This Artist Turned a Coconut Into a Camera

Coconuts stand for leisure, and exoticism, and place, and travel and my mind started wandering thinking about the possibilities of what I could do with it. So that’s how I ended up thinking about making images with the coconut. So I started off by making photograms—faces out of the coconut. I didn’t know that it Read more…

Snowflakes photographed by new high-speed camera

[WIND] NARRATOR: Ever since the Victorian era, snowflakes have been revered as perfectly symmetrical six-sided crystals. Believed to be as perfect and pure as the heavens from which they descend. But what if this divine image just…melted away? ♪ MUSIC ♪ It’s 1885 in Vermont’s wintry terrain. 20-year-old Wilson Bentley is fascinated by snowflakes. So Read more…

Reporters blown off-camera during live blizzard update

We’re in Grand Etang, Nova Scotia. This is home of Les Suetes winds– south-easterly – they’re more easterly right now, gusting about 170 kilometres per hour. You can’t quite look the wind in the face because your face gets sand-blasted. Yeah, you know, it’s very much … the only storm I can compare this to Read more…

Vermeer’s Camera and Tim’s Vermeer

Welcome to todays Lunch Hour Lecture, my name’s Prof. Bob Sheil, Director of the School of Architecture I’m really looking forward to todays talk for all sorts of reasons. Introductions to these lectures are always very short, but particularly in respect to todays speaker, I couldn’t begin to attempt to describe his career trajectory in Read more…

How to Use the Xiaomi Yi Camera – English Instructions

If you happen to be the owner of a Xiaomi Yi camera you probably noticed that there are no English instructions in the package. So today I’m going to give you a quick overview of how to use this camera. Now this video assumes that you’ve already inserted the battery in the compartment on the Read more…

Matte Split Toning Photo Effect Photoshop Tutorial

Hello everyone this is Chris from Spoon Graphics back again with another tutorial. This time I’ve got a photography themed tutorial where we’ll be using Photoshop to create a cool photo effect that mimics some of the authentic effects photographers used to create back in the analogue days of photography, before the days of digital Read more…

The Science of Camera Sensors

This FilmmakerIQ Lesson is proudly sponsored by RØDE: Premium microphones and audio accessories for studio, live and location recording. Hi – John Hess from FilmmakerIQ.com and today we’re going to look at the science and technology of the digital sensors. Before we get into the quantum mechanics of digital sensors, let’s look at the one Read more…