Articles tagged "educational"

Video: There's no such thing as lens compression, it's just perspective distortion

We've been saying for years that the term "lens compression" is misleading, but Lee Morris over at Fstoppers has put together a useful video that explains why this is the case, and demonstrates it with two easy-to-understand examples.

Video: How to pack for a two-month photo expedition

In this 20-minutes video, outdoor photographer Dave Morrow walks you through every piece of gear he took on a two-month adventure through Oregon, Wyoming, Utah, Idaho and California.

Adobe slashes Creative Cloud school pricing to just $5 per user per year

Adobe has refreshed its primary and secondary school pricing, slashing the cost of a Creative Cloud license to just $5 per year for individual schools and school districts that purchase a minimum of 500 and 2,500 licenses, respectively.

Video: Understanding the science of camera sensors

YouTube channel Filmmaker IQ has put together a very interesting, technically detailed, and scientifically accurate description of exactly how various image sensors (and photographic film) work. One of the best overview videos we've seen.

This video explains the science behind how camera drones fly

WIRED's latest Dot Physics video explains the physics behind drone flight—showing how a drone is able to hover, move in three dimensions, and rotate all by just changing the speed at which the propellers spin.

Dynamic symmetry: The genius of Henri Cartier-Bresson's composition

This two-part video series takes a deep dive into the world of dynamic symmetry and geometric composition, using iconic photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson's brilliant photographs as a guide.