If you have ever dropped your camera, this vid will make you feel better. You won't believe what DigitalRevCom is willing to do to test the durability two DSLR cameras.
Next up take a look at the "360 project" by Ryan Enn Hughes. Videos show Hughes shooting Krump dancers, followed by Ballet dancers frozen in motion and seen 360 degrees. Check out behind the scenes to see how they pulled it off.
Link: Krump Dancers Vimeo
Link: Ballet Dancers Vimeo
Link: Behind the Scenes Vimeo
There's nothing like a good haunted house for Halloween this month. In Nightmares haunted houses found throughout Canada, you'll have to say the name three times before they let you out unscathed. Pictures of fear struck visitors have recently gone viral. Check it out.
Link: This is Colossal
Here's something you might think of volunteering to do in your own community. Teresa Berg is a pet photographer in Dallas that managed to increase pet adoption rates just by giving potential pets better portraits.
Link: You Tube
Now for a different view, take a look at Cecil Green's journey through Arabia in 1939 for a passport into the past.
Link: Stanford University
Check out what's lighting up lives in the Philippines. Brilliant use of recycled materials, generating low cost lighting. Also a thought to keep in mind when you don't have enough light on your shoot.
Link: YouTube CCTV
Ever wonder what people are eating on the other side of the world, or just next door? Photographs by Peter Menzel from the book "Hungry Planet" show what a family consumes in one week.
Link: Time Photos
Suthep Kritsanavarin captures Lao fisherman catching fish against the power of the largest waterfall (by volume) in the world.
Link: The Caravan Magazine
Last one to top up your Halloween fix this month, take a look at Joey L's Halloween project shooting on the streets in Brooklyn. He will tell you exactly how he did it and why in the link below.
Link: Joey L