Did you watch the stars this August? Enjoy the finest shots of skies above the Atacama desert by German time-lapse specialist Martin Heck.
Fredrik Harper is a Norwegian filmmaker capturing ordinary people with extraordinary stories in Oslo. Meet the professional dog walker Matt Hein.
The elegant French filmmaker and photographer duo L'oeil d'Eos on the pastel-tinted island of Lanzarote.
If you ever wondered how the video stabilization in iPhone 11 compares to what's in a Nikon or Canon camera, here's a three-way shootout.
What or who is Helin? Learn more about the AI art project which sets out for finding new human shapes in sculptures.
If you've thought that classical symphonies don't have any music videos, Toccata by Optical Arts studio might change your mind.
At feedback.dxo.com, Roseblood asked about an article on my workflow in DxO PhotoLab. I know I've written one but couldn't find it in my archives there. As I've spent countless hours improving that workflow to process artistic, football and family photos, I'm happy to share it, this time in a more permanent format.
German-based director Anthony Capristo interviews young people from around the world about how they felt during the lockdown.
Gardening time! Spanish director Albert Moya visits the grounds of the landscape architect Luis González-Camino in Northern Spain.
In this video, the Hike The World duo travels to the heart of Europe, to show you the scenic portrait of Spring in Slovakia.
How FV Player allows the Illuminating Engineering Society to host their videos headache free on Amazon CloudFront CDN after JWPlayer failed them.
Filmmaker Sebastian Linda collected moments from his family roadtrip to complete his heartwarming song Niño about independence and love.
From this week, there's a separate field for a dev site in every licensed account.
The latest trip to space doesn't have to stop at NASA live stream. Go beyond with the unusual time-lapse of planet Earth by Felix Dierich.
iPad and iPhone users should be very wary of upgrading to iOS 13.5. There's no path backwards: it will track and trace you in entirely new ways.
runjumpthrow.com offers on-demand video coverage of British track and field competitions and also international races like IAAF World Athletics Series or Dubai Marathon.
Like most of you, coronavirus, or more accurately COVID-19 has hit Foliovision like a cement mixer barrelling down a country road. In Slovakia, masks are now de rigor everywhere. This includes at work, walking in the streets in town or dining out.
The parliament had to quickly rewrite that last law when they figured out the day after passing the law that it's impossible to eat or drink with a mask on.
I've just had another very poor licensing experience with independent software. It's encouraged me to share some general guidelines on how to license open source software.
A special mixed reality technique developed by studio Theoriz first to be seen in short movie involving elements of dance and new technologies.
I've been working in WordPress for a long time. The original impetus behind the creation of WordPress was a free alternative to Movable Type, after SixApart introduced $299/website pricing for their version 3.0 in 2004. Most webloggers at that time were fairly techy and most sites were personal weblogs (they'd be considered mixed now), so right away they fled to b2 which quickly was forked to WordPress by Matt Mullenweg and Mike Little (in the right place at the right time). Mike Little's a very personable guy who truly believes in open source and sharing. Matt Mullenweg is the CEO of Automattic who have taken $617 million in venture capital, the publisher of WP Tavern (the main WordPress news site). He's also owner of WooCommerce, which was more or less stolen from the original publishers by WooThemes, making Mullenweg effectively the buyer of stolen goods (as Mullenweg paid Woo but not the original publishers when he acquired WooCommerce for $2.1 million).