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Archive for the ‘Photography Videos’ Category

A Brief History of Canon Cameras

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On March - 31 - 2018

History of Canon Cameras

History of Canon Cameras


Here’s a brief history of Canon Cameras. Released by Canon themselves, this video explain the evolution of their monolog SLR to their Digital SLR. This video showcases Canon’s revolution in technology and how they’ve applied it in various products. It explains their breakthroughs in technology and how it bettered enriched and further ease the photography experience for their users. This comparative look of the “then and now” will show you how advanced our way of photographing is compared to how it were back in 1959 when the first Canon SLR was produced.
Watch this video highlighting the history of the Canon EOS camera including the EOS 1Ds and Canon’s strong photography culture. Digital SLR Cameras have come a long way! Read the rest of this entry »

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Photography-Themed Rube Goldberg Machine by 2D Photography Inc.

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On March - 31 - 2018

Photography-Themed Rube Goldberg Machine by 2D Photography Inc.

Photography-Themed Rube Goldberg Machine by 2D Photography Inc.


I’m sure you’ve seen those domino effect contraptions people concoct and post up on the web or some of you may even have experimented at home. These domino effect videos demonstrating the concept of a chain reaction made from various (usually themed) objects have also made its way to a few commercials. They’re commonly known as “Rube Goldberg” machines. (Youtube it, you’ll find pages of interesting ones!) They are quite fascinating to watch. Most commonly known might be from the Honda commercial a while back.

The 2D Photography Inc. came up with a most captivating set, combining various photography gadgets and accessories to make quite a long Rube Goldberg Machine. Simply put, it’s pretty mind-boggling. The precision and timing of each item, which then correlates with the rest, is mesmerizing. You’ll find yourself glued to the screen as the ball rolls and the process runs its course, utilizing these photography tools like we’d never thought to use.

And you’ll come to appreciate it more as you watch the behind-the-scene, listening to the makers explain how they meticulously built the contraption from scratch. A lot of hours and trial and errors were put into creating this 4-minute visual gem. Read the rest of this entry »

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How to destroy a new Canon 24-70mm f/2.8…. like a pro!

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On March - 3 - 2018

How to destroy a new Canon 24-70mm like a pro

How to destroy a new Canon 24-70mm like a pro



Here are some tips to get you looking like a professional photographer. The newest, most advanced, and of course most expensive lenses are sometimes a necessary investment if you want to be a professional photographer. To capture those important moments, skilled hands that can quickly change between lenses is an important factor so you won’t miss those important moments.
The video below shows you how to change your lenses quickly, using primarily your index finger. It starts out looking normal and well, but then.. ouch! See for yourself.

Warning: Do this at your own risk! Read the rest of this entry »

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This Camera Returned, after 3 Years Missing at the Bottom of a Muddy Creek

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On February - 23 - 2018

This Camera Returned, after 3 Years Missing

This Camera Returned, after 3 Years Missing



Image credit: Photograph by John Noerr

What would you do if your camera and its memory card plunges into a muddy creek during a camping trip? Of course, with a heavy heart, you’ll give the camera up and deem it lost. Even if you’re to be able to find it, it’ll be in a state of irreparable damage.

But there’s something different to this specific story of such a predicament. A camera and its memory card were able to return to its owner after 3 years of being lost at the bottom of a muddy creek. Read the rest of this entry »

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Tips and Tricks to Improve Your HD-DSLR Video Recording

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On February - 2 - 2018
Tips and Tricks to Improve Your HD-DSLR Video Recording

Tips and Tricks to Improve Your HD-DSLR Video Recording (image from bhphotovideo.com)

The new generation of dSLR cameras include high–definition (HD) video, and this is opening up a whole new realm of creative possibilities to photographers. Digital SLRs are making it much easier for visual everyone to share cinematic stories. Even if you’re a novice, the tips and techniques in this guide will soon have you planning and shooting movies in HD, like the filmmaker you always thought you could be. Read the rest of this entry »

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Don’t be Sad..Here We are With Some Tips on Making Your Selfie Look More Attractive

For a teenager named Danny Bowman (19 years old), it was neither drugs nor video game that got him addicted but selfie or self-portrait photograph. It got ugly when he failed taking a perfect photo of himself and got frustrated then attempted a suicide. It was all started when Bowman posted his selfie on Facebook […]


Tips: Photographing Religious Events

image source: chinatibet.people.com.cn Religious events are sacred. They deserve respect from everyone involved, including photographers; even professional photographers. But now what’s become a pattern is, photographers seem to waive the ethics and respect needed when capturing such events. As photographers, you should always be empathetic and forever respectful of the goings on of the proceedings. […]


Photography Business Secretes you Should Know

A good photography business would be one that shows a day to day increase in sale. Constant inflation of clients that doesn’t only consists of friends or family is a sign that your photography business is flourishing. But if you’ve been at it for a while and your client base isn’t increasing, maybe there are […]


Photography ideas: Out-Of-Focus Photography

Many beginner photographers think that a good photo can only be obtained by using a sharp lens that produces sharpness right to the edge of the frame. There’s truth in that, but it’s not always so. A sharp image without a sharp message doesn’t amount to much of a photograph. What would make a better […]


Tips to Learning Self-Taught Photography

Photography cameras, point-and-shoot and DSLRs alike, are now quite common in everyone’s inventory. More affordable technologies and ways of showcasing the results are now plenty and more varied. It’s no wonder that now photography has become a hobby for many people. But the desire to learn the crafts of photography properly does not increase with […]


Which Lens should I Buy Next?

Someone who’s just freshly delved into the world of photography by buying a DSLR with a kit lens will have this question resonating in their thoughts as they go deeper into the rabbit hole of photography. Whether it is for the sake of having a ranged collection of lenses or the desire to widen their […]


Creating a Vintage and Lomographic Tone with Toycamera AnalogColor

One of the things photographers do during post process is to adjust tones and colors to produce the desired overall tone of the photograph. There are no concrete standards to producing a certain photographic tone. It all boils down to taste and preference of the photographer. One of my and some of my friends’ favorite […]