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Inside a Camera at 10,000fps:
Gavin Free shows what goes on inside your camera when the shutter is released at 10,000 fps.
Behind the Scenes of Miller's Professional Imaging: | on YouTube. 27:07
Miller's Professional Imaging is the largest professional photo lab in the United States. This tour shows all the major printing and cutting highlights at the Missouri facility, showing off the expensive machines that produce everything from high-quality layflat photo-books to post cards. Watch the video to see how photo-books are made.
Timelapse - It Started with Muybridge (1965): | on YouTube. 12:24
Timelapse photography is not a modern day concept as many people think. It started back in the 1870's when a photographer named Eadweard Muybridge used a series of 24 cameras to photograph a galloping horse. He then strung these images together to create the first stop motion film. Thomas Edison then went on and used the elements of Muybridge's work to develop the first timelapse videos. This historic video gives an in-depth look at the inventors' work and the primitive equipment they used.
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How Lee Filters Are Made: PictureCorrect | by Mike Browne on YouTube. 15:21
For those of you who can appreciate the quality of hand made goods, you'll probably be interested in watching the video below which shows the great lengths Lee Filters puts into making each and everyone of their products. The process is very technical and not a single step of it is done by mass production procedures to assure that each filter meets the company's stringent high standards: