It just keeps coming! This week, a throwback to 80s filmmaking, a palm-sized drone with a 50kph propulsion and a serious inflatable. Human Table Football For football fans, a year is a long time to wait for the World Cup. If you’re already counting down the days until Gareth Southgate’s first eleven boards a plane
As wedding photographers will know, in order to produce beautiful images for clients, the work begins days, weeks, even months before the wedding day. Investing in a fully-stocked kit bag and a quality camera and lenses will cost. The Camera Petapixel’s David Stubbs recently made the case for the Sony a9 being the best camera
In the summer months especially, dust has a way of finding its way into even the most weather-sealed camera equipment. London photographers and filmmakers have the added issue of some of the poorest air pollution in the continent. Whilst it’s inadvisable to open up your sensor unnecessarily, sooner or later, the quality of your images
After he travelled from Leeds to London for a recent shoot, Usman from Sonder Creative shared his thoughts on using Fat Lama over on his YouTube channel. He hired a Beholder gimbal and a Panasonic GH5 from local London photographers. Watch the video below to see how he got on and to hear his thoughts
Want to generate more rentals on your items? Take better photos. There’s a reason why property photographers are in demand in real estate. As consumers, we’re suckers for a nice snap. Lenders who put craft and thought into their images receive significantly more rentals. Our experience has also taught us that stock photos are far
From tripods to waterproofing, the following items deserve a space in your suitcase.
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.