Hyperlapsing through Manhattan and LA
Exclusive contributor Vadim Tereshchenko has followed up last year’s popular Los Angeles hyperlapse with one set in Manhattan, shot during his first visit to New York City, in 2015. Using his own secret tricks and techniques in shooting and editing, Vadim aimed to mirror the energy of the city with this reel.
His Los Angeles video got picked up by National Geographic and earned a Vimeo Staff Pick, where it’s closing in on 400,000 plays.
See all Vadim’s footage, including clips in these videos — they’re exclusive to Dissolve.
5 Tips for Naming your Photography or Film Business
Finding the perfect name for your photography or film business is no easy feat. It needs to be catchy enough that it is memorable and stands out from the crowd, but common enough that it can be easily understood. There is also branding to consider and ensuring your chosen name aligns with your overall image. […] Read more
Why Stock Content is Crucial in a Pandemic
Reflect, react, respond. That’s what companies have raced to do ever since the rise of the COVID-19 pandemic. According to the Interactive Bureau, 74% of media buyers, planners, and brands say that the Coronavirus will have a bigger impact on advertising than the 2008 financial crisis. It is obvious that the messaging has changed, but […] Read more
The Origin of Alight Films
Alight Films is the culmination of two incredible artists, Mia and Chris, who have a passion for all things in the filmmaking and photography realm. Their footage and photo collections feature many dark, mysterious, and obscure tones which is rare to see in stock. We chatted with the two creatives to learn more about them […] Read more