Here are my monthly pics to inspire and amaze. I’ve invested hours of my time, sifting thru a load of photography content so I could bring you my favorite finds from around the world worth watching and discovering . Take a few minutes and be inspired about the future and past of photography. Please feel free to comment and add your links of inspiration that you have stumbled across this month! Every monthly edition of Worth the Watch will include a set of FREE vintage royalty free images from my own collection for all my viewers.
EPIC Drone Selfies by Alex Chacon
If you don’t own a drone this video will make you want to buy one!
Vegas from 10,800 ft. by Vincent Laforet. View All Images
Make a gigantic room size $12 camera with a magnifying glass, duct tape, a few strobes and some ingenuity.
Take a look at these vintage portraits using an 8×10 format negative! by Diego Veríssimo
How to get started with Astro Photography. The world’s best astro photographers share their expert advice. Don’t underestimate what an iPhone and a telescope can capture!
An innovated way to display and rotate your images. A picture frame and a printer all in one that
prints images from your iPhone by Wundershine
Vivian Maier. One of the world’s best street photographers goes to her death completely unnoticed until her lifework was purchased at an auction for $380. This Oscar nominated documentary features a selection of astounding photographs from Vivian Maier’s rich collection of 150,000 images she captured over her lifetime. These amazing pictures fueled the owner of her collection to find out more about the woman who created a remarkable legacy of compelling street photos. Watch the documentary!
FREE IMAGES from Scott Robert Lim: Here are a few royalty free images from my collection free to use for whatever reason you want! I probably have collected over 30,000 images that are worthy to be seen! Enjoy. Download Images.
3.5 min Music Video shot in 5 sec! This may give you some ideas on how to incorporate slo-mo in your work. “This is a real video performance, a slow motion video, a sequence map by traveling in front of 80 extras placed along 80 meters on a little road, lost in an industrial area. Filmed at 1000 frames/second with a Phantom flex 4k from a car driven at 50km/h, the shooting took 5 seconds for a 3’30 video: a living and dreamlike mural.” by Guillaume Panariello