Category Archive : Science

Time-lapse Video Shows Rocket Launch from Space

Fstoppers Oliver Kmia

Time-lapse Video Shows Rocket Launch from Space

We’ve seen plenty of time-lapse but this one is probably unique as it captures the launch of a Progress rocket directly from the International Space Station (ISS).

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Touring the World’s Largest Digital Camera

Fstoppers Alex Cooke

Touring the World's Largest Digital Camera

You think medium format is big? You ain't seen nothing yet. Check out this incredible camera that's being used to shape our understanding of the universe.

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Why Are Wide Angle Lenses Misunderstood and Avoided for Portraits?

Fstoppers Tihomir Lazarov

Why Are Wide Angle Lenses Misunderstood and Avoided for Portraits?

You've heard that a portrait lens is the one with a focal length of 50mm or above and that wide angle lenses create a distorted image when used for portraits. This article will try to help you understand and overcome that prejudice.

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Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Dynamic Range and More

Fstoppers Alex Cooke

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Dynamic Range and More

Dynamic range has become one of the most important camera specs for a lot of photographers and videographers, but there's a lot more information and science behind it than you might have realized. This excellent, comprehensive video will teach you everything you need and ever wanted to know about dynamic range.

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How Photography Is Used to Solve Crimes, Murders

Fstoppers Scott Mason

How Photography Is Used to Solve Crimes, Murders

From sketch renderings to video surveillance, law enforcement uses many techniques to piece together clues for crime-solving. People often forget suspect details, however there's one medium that never forgets: photography.

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