Learn the driving idea behind Peter’s YouTube success and a few of his favorite mobile photography techniques.
Jeffrey Theylin just wrapped a full year of posting an original mobile design every single day. See how he uses our Fog, Light Hits, and Luminary overlays to integrate geometric shapes and photographs in the free Lens Distortions mobile app.
Nate Gunn shares the challenges and triumphs of this GMC project on a photographer’s journey, which incorporates our Luminary and Light Hits 4K packs.
Zoe Rain went on tour with Macklemore and Ryan Lewis and started making a name for herself in Seattle and across the globe, all before the age of 21. Get an inside look at life on the road and learn more about how she uses our Legacy glass texture photo effects.
Director Chris Leclerc wanted to embark on a project that would push the level when it comes to dramatic lighting and cinematic shots and raise the bar for upcoming client work. Learn how he used our Luminary and Light Hits effects in this behind the scenes interview.
“We love utilizing Lens Distortions effects to smoothly guide the viewer throughout our films and to articulate certain moods.”
“We needed good, realistic flares that we could use very minimally to make the titles feel a little more natural and filmic… so naturally, Lens Distortions was what we went with. They’re the best ones out there.” – Imaginary Forces
When he’s not working on corporate or wedding photography, Tommy Reynolds spends his time traveling abroad and documenting the lives of local people in each destination. We caught up with him to get the details on…
Eric Paré is a Canadian visual artist who has been performing light-painting all around the world since 2013. When he is not traveling in deserts or by the sea, he can be found in his studio in Montreal where he has developed a full 360 degree camera system with his team. His most recent international projects were made with Adobe, Twitter, Bacardi/Dewar’s, Dom Perignon and Fotolia.
Three years ago, Lens Distortions brought the distinct glass shoot-through technique to post with our flagship product called Legacy. Today we are excited to take this concept to a whole new level with Luminary, our latest product for photo and video. Luminary was crafted with fashion projects and luxury brands in mind and is filled with…
When the creative department at EXPRESS creates video shorts for some of their women’s clothing lines, they’ve leaned on Lens Distortions as a key ingredient to craft a distinct look.
We caught up with Jordan Schmelzer, the in-house Video Editor at Express, who’s been working with the company in some capacity since early 2015. Before that, he was a freelancer for almost 10 years as a jack-of-all-trades type of production guy, working with clients such as Chipotle, White Castle, Victoria’s Secret, and Nationwide Insurance.
See how Rotor Studios utilized our 4K Light Hits overlays in the commercial for Toyota’s Dream Car art contest.
We’ve been experimenting with new products for months and are very pleased to introduce you to our newest pack of Photoshop actions. Completely optically captured on unique glass, and made using actual sunlight, Principle Light Hits offers beautiful, one-of-a-kind looks you won’t find anywhere else.
From the most classic, picturesque ceremonies to breathtaking mountain elopements, Lens Distortions has been used extensively in wedding photography and wedding films. Here are just a few fantastic examples of wedding projects that utilize Lens Distortions from members of our community.
Nate Gunn gives us an inside look at what it took to create his recent film for Suunto, Indira. Be sure to check out Part 1 of our interview with Nate where we got the backstory on his Orvis project.
Nate Gunn is a Salt Lake based visual storyteller with a passion for non-traditional advertising. He helps companies discover new ways to display their message by creating branded content that’s more lifestyle focused, rather than product focused – genuine stories that are sponsored or presented by a brand.
Aaron Sorensen takes us behind the scenes of the Eye of the Storm music video and the VFX work involved.
Dirk Dallas is a designer, educator, photographer and founder of the aerial photography website fromwhereidrone.com. We caught up with Dirk to get his candid thoughts on building an Instagram following (he has over 266k followers), drones and their benefits (check out his viral baby announcement video below), and what to avoid when capturing aerial beach photography (He’s got stories. Lol.)
An incredibly talented 22-year-old filmmaker shares the VFX process he used to create his epic NASA film.
Mark Lediard is a Director, Editor, and VFX Artist who works all over the UK. His short film Eclipse won Best Cinematography in the 2015 My Rode Reel short film competition. Get a BTS look at the film and how he used our Legacy effects.
We were thrilled to see how they used Lens Distortions in a few of their recent projects.
Federico Pelat is a 22 year old motion designer from France, and is currently in his third year studying design and visual communications at ESAG Penningham in Paris. His latest personal project “Listen to Them Fade” caught our attention, so we got in touch and asked him a few questions.
We had the pleasure of getting the details on one of their recent projects for ESPN, D.J. Hayden – Dream and Miracle, which features our Legacy 4K glass element lens flares.
Renato Marques is a motion designer in the beautiful city of Lisbon, Portugal. A quick look at his body of work, and you immediately get a feel for his love of architecture, fashion, and design.