THE FUTURE OF PHOTOGRAPHY

Photography and image-making technology is reaching out in many new directions at once and at speed. Digital cameras no longer just provide easier ways to make traditional photos. Chris and Ade investigate emerging and future tech that will help us all make new and exciting photographs and images. Cameras, devices, software, hardware - we aim to cover all angles in the pursuit of The Future of Photography.

183 GIFs and Cinemagraphs

09 . 06 . 2021

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Despite the lack of clarity regarding its pronunciation, the GIF has left a lasting impression on our internet culture. As the first web-based looping video format it is now part of memes and the general vocabulary that we use every day in messengers and social media. It sort of started with the dancing baby in 1996 and Cinemagraphs are a subset of the genre. Apps: GIF Toaster, gifgab, Picoo camera, Cinemagraph app.

This is an episode of The Future of Photography podcast with Adrian Stock https://twitter.com/Ade968, Eimear King https://www.instagram.com/apostroph__e/, Jeremiah Chechik https://www.chechik.com/, Chris Marquardt https://chrismarquardt.com/

All episodes at https://thefutureofphotography.com, All videos at https://tfttf.com/tfopvideo

Find us at Discord: https://tfttf.com/jointfop, Web: https://thefutureofphotography.com, Twitter: https://twitter.com/tfopnow, Instagram: https://instagram.com/tfopnow

182 HDR Video Workflow for Consumers

26 . 05 . 2021

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Carrying on our exploration of HDR, this week we look at how to build an HDR video workflow using consumer-grade tools. Surprise learning point - it's easier than we thought it would be. Topics covered include shooting, editing, publishing and viewing HDR video with a range of tools from phone apps to Davinci Resolve. So what will work best for you?

Picks of the week: Polaroid Go Lumafusion Filmora Further HDR reading

This is an episode of The Future of Photography podcast with Adrian Stock https://twitter.com/Ade968, Eimear King https://www.instagram.com/apostroph__e/, Jeremiah Chechik https://www.chechik.com/, Chris Marquardt https://chrismarquardt.com/

All episodes at https://thefutureofphotography.com, All videos at https://tfttf.com/tfopvideo

Find us at Discord: https://tfttf.com/jointfop, Web: https://thefutureofphotography.com, Twitter: https://twitter.com/tfopnow, Instagram: https://instagram.com/tfopnow

181 LDR, SDR, HDR - Dynamic Range

19 . 05 . 2021

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LDR, SDR, HDR. Today we start a two-part episode on high dynamic range. First, we need to make sure we all understand what the heck we are discussing! So here is a primer, a bit technical, hopefully useful.

LDR: That horribleness you see in photos where the whole image is close to a single brightness or luminosity level. SDR: What your TV displays - unless you have a modern, probably expensive one. HDR: High Dynamic Range! But what does it actually mean?

We talk about some standards and also add colour into the mix.

Picks of the week: A whiter white, [Proof that HDR isn’t necessary](https://www.netflix.com/gb/title/70220281 ) if you have good stories, 1920s mugshots.

This is an episode of The Future of Photography podcast with Adrian Stock https://twitter.com/Ade968, Eimear King https://www.instagram.com/apostroph__e/, Jeremiah Chechik https://www.chechik.com/, Chris Marquardt https://chrismarquardt.com/

All episodes at https://thefutureofphotography.com, All videos at https://tfttf.com/tfopvideo

Find us at Discord: https://tfttf.com/jointfop, Web: https://thefutureofphotography.com, Twitter: https://twitter.com/tfopnow, Instagram: https://instagram.com/tfopnow

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