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In the classroom, I encourage my students to become familiar with the way they work. Understanding our working methods and process makes it easier to navigate the ups and downs of that process. For instance, under what conditions do you work best? Do you work on multiple projects at once, or do you complete one at a time? When are you most motivated? When are you least motivated or inspired? How do you deal with hitting walls or roadblocks? Do you like to experiment, or do you prefer full control? Recognizing these repeating conditions—and how we react to them—makes us more efficient and adept at maneuvering the creative working process.

Headshot by Athena Photography.

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The Olympus E-P3 (also known as the Olympus PEN, EP3 and EP-3) is the company's new flagship Micro Four Thirds camera, and offers a mountain of new changes and upgrades over the previous models. Have you ever had upgrader's envy? Most photographers often feel the need to upgrade when a brand new camera (or the successor to theirs) is announced. If you're already invested into the system, this may be the camera that you'll want to take a closer look at. If not, then perhaps you'll fancy the new 12mm f/2.0.

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Camera bags are items that not only safeguard our tried and true gear, but they're also items that we can't have enough of. As a guy that owns six of them himself, I can attest to this statement. On the second floor of the B&H SuperStore, we have isles of camera bags on display for visitors to try for themselves. Whether you're the backpack lover or want a messenger bag, you're bound to find the right choice for you here.

Begin your tour of the camera bag isles after clicking read and discuss.

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The Nikon D3200 is the follow-up to the popular entry-level camera, the D3100. This new model builds from a solid foundation and adds quite the increase in technology and overall imaging capabilities. Now featuring a 24.2 megapixel DX-sized imaging sensor, this expansion of 10MP provides greater detail, resolution and image quality for larger printing possibilities.

 
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Features

Okay. I just started my 28th year here at B&H and for the first 12 of those years I was a telephone sales associate. I've spoken with thousands of customers over the years and have become friends with many of them. To this day, many still call and ask for my advice or opinion on products they are interested in; and they basically purchase whatever I recommend to them. To me this was fine years ago when we carried fewer products, and I was experienced with many of the products.

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Buying Guide

From the beginning of time the human race has used the world’s lakes, rivers, and oceans for gathering food, transporting goods, for sports and recreation. Modern human beings have a need to document activities, usually by taking photographs. We want photos for record keeping, showing people where we have been, what we explored, and who we, our family, and friends are. And for creative art and fun. 

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Tips and Solutions

"Professional photographer Eileen Rafferty’s two-hour seminar in the Event Space that leads you on the path to mastering the visual design of a photograph.

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Tips and Solutions

Peter Hurley will talk about the equipment, workflow, direction and other things needed to help create a better headshot.

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Professional photographer Ashok Sinha will share behind the scenes information on photographs that successfully capture his passion for travel and diverse cultures.

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Hands-on Review

The new Canon 5D Mark III is the updated version of a camera that became not only a go-to full frame DSLR for professional photographers and serious enthusiasts, but also a surprisingly capable, affordable and relatively tiny HD video camera for cutting-edge video productions. 

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Hands-on Review

Maybe you’ve seen the movie 127 Hours, or perhaps you know the story of Aron Ralston. It’s a true story. In 2003, Aron Ralston was hiking alone in Utah when a boulder fell on his arm, pinning him in place. Suffice it to say that after five days of being stuck, Aron used a dull multi-tool to help free himself; according to Aron, it was not a Leatherman multi-tool.

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Tips and Solutions

Join Lindsay Adler for an educational presentation about the essentials of studio equipment, techniques and concepts of lighting.

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Joe Josephs has created an expansive array of street shots and in this workshop, he will discuss techniques used to capture dramatic images.

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Tips and Solutions

Join Lindsay Adler for an educational presentation about the essentials of studio equipment, techniques and concepts of lighting.

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Tips and Solutions

Join Lindsay Adler for an educational presentation about the essentials of studio equipment, techniques and concepts of lighting.

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