Category Archives: Nikon

A Cause, Many Doctors and Endless Bokeh

Again, and again, for me it is another form of sequencing, continuity is always the aim.
When dealing with any type of series/sequence, any kind of aesthetics or anesthesia should be holistic, it is not about the qualitative value of the individual forming units or components of the sequence rather how these elements culminate into a coherent, streamlined and undisrupted sequence. Continue reading

My Perspective of Photography

A 100 hundred word introductory text written for a Regional Nikon Event.  It rose the usual controversy, many of the readers who encountered it, either valued the approach or refused it totally. Here it is in both a short  and expanded version. It is open to discussion. Continue reading

Machining a Pinhole-Timelapse Added

While making enhancements to the “Sohdo” Long time-lapse device at Innovo, while 3d-printing a camera mount for final pre-production refinements. We had a little time. A friend there was showing me a new PCB milling machine, and I saw that it had very thin drill bits; the thinnest was 0.3mm (300 microns). So I had the idea of doing a “clean” pinhole. So we followed these steps. Continue reading

11 Odd Items I Use in Timelapse

On one of some old papers fetched, I had written: “Creativity, in most of the times is about re-questioning the “conventional” functionality

In this incremental article,I will post about 11 odd items that i used or still use in timelapse photography.

Items covered in this article may not be the best, but surely they were savers at a given time and remained so.
Here are the items published so far, please help by sharing
02pads

3blades

11socks

Alexy Frangieh in PetaPixel

PETAPIXEL:Check Out What Happens When the $6,000 Nikon D4 is Left Exposed in a Storm

Modern flagship DSLRs are generally designed to be extremely weather and water resistent, but it’s still not a good idea to leave them exposed for a long period of time to anything more than a light drizzle. What happens, though, if you do?

Lebanese photographer Alexy Joffre Frangieh found out for all of us yesterday after his $6,000 Nikon D4 was left in a storm for over 16 hours. Continue reading

Alexy Frangieh for NIKON-Timelapse Re-Conceived

I was honored by Nikon to be an official speaker, as well as an instructor in the following event coming in few days:

I AM A MOVEMENT, EGYPT EDITION
10968695_818257821573401_66320762_oNikon Middle East and Africa, in partnership with Foto Express, is proud to celebrate the unstoppable movement of creativity and artistry in Egypt. We are giving all the photographers and filmmakers in the country 3 days of awesome activities. Continue reading

Problems of Telephoto in Timelapse

Since I started encountering telephotos in incrementing focal lengths, as well as sturdier tripods and heads. Using them in time-lapse became a challenge.

On one side, sharp imagery with a long telephoto can be achieved with good gear, smart mounting and handling techniques. On the other side, sequences have their own problematic, which usually do not affect shooting individual photographs. Continue reading