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The Complete Cinemagraph Pro Tutorial Launch

By on Jun 15, 2016 in Tutorials | 0 comments

http://jasonteale.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/spark_promo.mp4 Have you ever wondered how I create the cinemagraphs that you see on my blog or insagram feed? Now you can with my all new cinemagraph pro course. I will take you through my workflow using Flixel’s Cinemagraph Pro and give you some sample videos to edit as well. Again, this is a complete course so I will not only show you how the app works on both the mac and iOS but I will also show you specifically how to edit for different subjects. Enrol now in the Complete Cinemagraph Pro Tutorial and get a special discount from Flixel Recently, cinemagraphs have been taking off and Facebook has even started integrating them into their platform. The Flixel team has been there on the front lines. Now is better than ever to get started learning how to make cinemagraphs with one of the easiest apps to create stunning HD...

This Might Not Work: Overcoming Failure in Photography

By on May 16, 2016 in Photography | 0 comments

This past Saturday was an eventful day. I was pretty much shooting and editing from sun up to sundown. I had to get footage for a documentary that I am a part of in the morning and then I was running a workshop at Beomosa temple that evening. It was a great feeling to know that I have built a day around what I love to do. However, there was this thought in the back of my head that kept me from getting too excited. It was telling me that there was a possibility that this workshop could be a failure. I ignored it and pushed through. Little did I know that the gut-feeling was right. I left Ulsan with more than an hour and a half to get to Beomosa which normally only takes about 50 minutes on an average day. Sadly, just as we go near Busan a fender-bender slowed traffic to a crawl. It too forever! A we finally made it the to the toll gate, it was already time to start the workshop. I was...

Korean Cherry Blossoms of 2016

By on Apr 26, 2016 in Photography | 0 comments

Spring is always time for a feeling of renewal. With the changing of the weather, also comes a lighter feeling for me. It has been a great start to the year and I have achieved a lot in just the first few months. However, I started to really come around during this past week. Not sure if it was the fact that I have had my head down for the last little while trying to finish my assignments for my masters degree or if it was the just the hazy weather here in Ulsan. At any rate, I felt a sense of freedom these last few days as projects for this term have all been handed in. I also taught my first ever workshop. The weather had a limiting factor as I had originally planned for the workshop to be on a Sunday but the the weather in Ulsan had other plans. With a beautiful sunshine on the Seongnam Lake Park, two amazing students showed up. I was a little shocked that they were both great...

The Death Wish Coffee Project

By on Apr 15, 2016 in Photography, Tutorials | 0 comments

A few months ago I came across a Death Wish Coffee,  a company that makes “the world’s strongest coffee” and I was impressed. I was really into their site and their image. Having spent a year in Vancouver working with the top tier of baristas in the coffee industry, I have always had a soft spot for smaller coffee companies like this. So I decided to reach out to them and see if they would be interested in letting me make some cinemagraphs for them and to see what sort of response that would get. This was the first time that I ever reached out to anyone and also purposely made cinemagraphs for a project. To my surprise Death Wish was onboard and a few weeks later, I got some of the strongest coffee I had ever tasted. It came at the best possible time too. I had about 2 presentations and 3 academic papers to finish for my masters at St.FX and I needed something with a...

Korean Cherry Blossoms

By on Apr 13, 2016 in Korea | 0 comments

The 5 Day Deal: Why you should buy it NOW!!

By on Feb 29, 2016 in Photography, Reviews | 0 comments

Every year or so, I write about the 5 Day Deal. I have been an affiliate in the past and I truly enjoyed the entire experience. I opted out this year but am still promoting the event because I truly believe in even without the benefit of being an affiliate. So yes, I even bought the bundle as well because it is that good. Here is why this year I want you to buy it. First and foremost is that it helps real people. This isn’t one of those events where people get rich and then “donate” a tiny bit to some random multinational company charity that then pays a good looking celebrity to make a show on social media donating what’s left of the tiny donation. This money goes to real people who really need it. Learn more about the 5DayDeal Charity partners here. The second reason is that the package this year is actually designed to help you as a photographer grow your...

The Number 1 Thing That Beginner Landscape Photographers Forget When Shooting

By on Feb 24, 2016 in Getting the Shot, Photography | 2 comments

Landscape photography is often the first stage for a photographer because they usually want to photograph the beauty that they see around them or while they are on vacation. You could say that many of those scenic shots you got while on vacation are in fact “landscape shots” So now what is is the difference between those shots and the ones that are hanging on the walls in galleries or published in books? Normally, titles like this are click-bait for a new ebook or photo-gadget. However, I have nothing to sell just an idea. This is something that I have picked up from mainly reading David DuChemin. In his books, he talks a lot about vision and this is something that got me thinking the other day when someone sent me a message about looking at their photo. When a portrait photographer takes a photo of a person, we instantly know what the subject is. There may be some more...

The Sajin Newsletter

By on Jan 12, 2016 in Photography | 0 comments

I just want to let everyone know that I am now putting together a monthly newsletter called “The Sajin Newsletter” which will be about my photography and include  numerous other bits of information that I find throughout the month. This is a great way to keep up to date with my photography but also to learn more about the photography world. Photographers such as myself are constantly scanning photography websites to learn more about our craft. However, if you are just getting into photography, this world may seem a little bit overwhelming at first.  However, with this monthly newsletter I will be pointing you in the direction of some helpful articles and information that can help you improve your photography. You may have noticed a new pop-up that wants your email address, fear not! That is just me hoping that you sign up to receive the newsletter. This new option will also...

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