In downtown Moscow, two journalists have spotted a machine which dispenses fake Instagram likes. Just what we all needed.
Stephen from Mintcut Media told us he was hiring a drone to film his friend’s preparation for the Fort William Marathon. Intrigued, we caught up with following his return, and asked him about the genesis of his productions company, what inspired him to collaborate with CALM, and how the trip went. FL: How did
We spoke one of our regular lenders, Tom Bryan, a Hackney-based filmmaker who’s now paying his studio rent by lending out his photography gear on Fat Lama. What do you do? I am a filmmaker, splitting my time between making corporate content, and working towards making my own short films What projects are you working
It’s going to take a lot of time and hard work to build up a strong reputation and client base. Here are a few ideas for monetising your photography skills.
When Gary – an independent filmmaker and part-time astronomer – told us he’d hired a drone in order to make a short film about a “home invasion with a twist”, we couldn’t help but ask a few questions… Hi Gary. Tell us a little about yourself and what you’re up to at the moment… I’m
We take a look at 5 of Sheldon Evans’ most inspired suggestions to help you achieve professional effects on a budget.
What is the internet for, if not looking at pictures of dogs doing funny stuff? Many of us spend hours looking at pictures of animals. Last week we were treated to one photographer’s fresh new angle on wildlife photography. In fact, a plethora of photographers is innovating in order to capitalise on the internet’s insatiable
Andrius Burba woke up curious one day. He wanted to know what animals looked like from underneath. As you do. Thinking other people might also be interested, he started the Underlook series of photographs, capturing images of different animals from below. Andrius’ Underlook series comes in the form of “Under-Cats”, “Under-Horse”, and “Under-Dog”. He found