Photo: Romaneza Zaimal
Behind The Scene BRI Syariah 2014 Calendar Photoshoot
Client : BRI Syariah
Project : Calendar 2014 Photoshoot
Photographer : BK Awangga & Kicky FSU (Klereng Creative)
Agency: Amoeba Adv
Creative Director : Leonard (Amoeba Adv)
Art Director: Kicky FSU (Klereng Creative)
Artistic Team: Romaneza, Masaki, Jaka Utama, Joko, Yusuf
FA Artist : Masaki
BTS Video: Romaneza Zaimal
Posted by Klereng Creative on Wednesday, July 8, 2015
Setiap tahun selalu ada lomba panjat pinang di kalimalang dan pastinya selalu menarik, saya coba untuk motret bareng temen temen di klereng dan kepikiran untuk sekalian membuat behind the scene-nya. Berawal dari postingan dipetapixel seorang fotografer sport Joel Marklund dari Bildbyrån Photo Agency yang membuat video behind the scene tentang foto assignment-nya di final championship antara Barca melawan juventus 2015.
Dalam video tersebut bercerita bagaimana Joel marklund memotret final champion tersebut, mulai dari persiapan, gear apa saja yang akan dibawa, perjalanan menuju stadion hingga memotret final tersebut. pemilihan angle kamera yang cukup menarik dengan menggunakan kamera action yang dipasang di lensa telenya dan menghadap Joel. dalam video tersebut juga menampilkan hasil dari jepretan Joel Marklund. dari itulah saya kepikiran untuk membuatnya dihunting lomba panjat pinang, tetapi konsep angle-nya tidak seperti joel yang menghadap fotografer tetapi menghadap ke object dan sedikit terlihat lensa yang saya pakai.
Untuk kamera yang dipakai di behind the scene ini menggunakan kamera GoPro yang dipasang di hot-shoe kamera. dan untuk video Joel Marklund bisa dilihat disini: Behind the scenes at the 2015 Champions League final, Juventus vs Barcelona
Video: Romaneza zaimal
Foto: Romaneza zaimal
David Pangborn was recently visiting Denali National Park in Alaska when his guide-led group spotted a playful grizzly bear on a nearby hill. As Pangborn pointed his Canon T2i and Tamron 18-270mm lens at it, he captured this unusual video of the bear going down the hill… by rolling.
In the 1.5-minute clip above, we hear laughs and camera shutter clicks from other tourists and photographers as the bear does its tumbling. Even the group’s guide is surprised by what he’s witnessing: “You guys are seeing something I’ve never seen before,” he says.
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A Canon 35mm f/1.4L II lens has been rumored to be nigh since back in 2012, but it appears that the lens may finally be on the cusp of being announced. A leaked photo and list of specs have been published online, giving us a first glimpse into what we can expect from Canon.
The photograph above was received by the Japanese camera site digicam-info from its sources. For the sake of comparison, here’s what the original Mark I version of the lens looks like:
If the leaked image is authentic, then the design of the lens will be very similar to its predecessor, with some slight styling tweaks (e.g. the area around the red ring). It may be longer and heftier, though: the lens will reportedly measure 105.5mm long and weigh 760g, up from the 86.4mm length and 580g weight of the original 35mm.
Canon would make the lens bigger and bulkier without good reason, though: we’re guessing the cost comes alongside greatly improved optical performance.
Other rumored specs of the lens include: a construction of 14 elements in 11 groups, Subwavelength Structure Coating (SWC) coating, fluorine coating, a 9-blade circular aperture for smooth bokeh, a minimum focusing distance of 0.28m (~0.92 feet), sealing from dust and water, and a 72mm filter diameter.
No word yet on pricing or availability. Stay tuned.
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Olympus today announced the new OM-D E-M10 II, a new entry-level mirrorless camera that succeeds the original E-M10 and sits below the E-M1 and E-M5 lines. It’s a Micro Four Thirds camera that packs a 16.1-megapixel CMOS sensor with an ISO range of 200 to 25600 (expandable to 100 to 25600).
One of the main new features in the new camera is the in-body 5-axis image stabilization that’s now found across the entire OM-D lineup. The original E-M10 was launched with a less powerful 3-axis system, but now Olympus is allowing this entry-level camera to catch up with its higher-end siblings. 5-axis stabilization affords the equivalent of four shutter speed steps.
The design of the camera has also been updated, with a new “sophisticated feel” thanks to the metal dials and the leather textures on the grip. A thumb grip allows for stable one-handed shooting, and the physical interface has been revamped to make it easier to operate the camera while staring through the 100%-field-of-view, 2.36-million-dot, 1.23x-magnification electronic viewfinder.
While your eye is on the viewfinder, the camera’s new AF Targeting Pad lets you trace your thumb on the rear touchscreen to select your focus point. The camera’s Simulated Optical Viewfinder is designed for photographers who are used to optical viewfinders, offering greater dynamic range that more closely imitates what the human eye is able to see.
On the back of the camera is a 3-inch tilting LCD touchscreen with 1.04 million dots.
Other features of the OM-D E-M10 II include 8.5fps continuous shooting, RAW shooting, a pop-up flash, 1080p video recording, an intuitive touchscreen interface, creative shooting modes, 14 art filters, Live Bulb and Live Time features for capturing light painting, in-camera 4K time-lapse creation, and focus bracketing.
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