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Not long ago, we spent some time with famed wedding photographer and guest blogger Ryan Brenizer. One of the reasons why Ryan is famous is because of his unique style of shooting portraits known across the net as the Brenizer Method. Ryan talked with us about the gear he uses to do it, how he came up with the idea, the post-production phase, and also gave us some tips for beginners. Take a look at the video after clicking Read and Discuss.

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We've got a great opportunity for you: You can win an Olympus EPL-2 with a 14-42mm lens in a contest we're hosting with the Micro Four Thirds User Group. To enter all you need to do is:

1) "Like" the Mu-43.com Facebook page

2) "Like" the B&H Photo Facebook Page

3) Go to Mu-43.com and leave a comment on this hyperlinked blogpost. If you're not yet a member, you'll have to register. You can do that here.

OR:

1) Follow Mu-43.com on Twitter

2) Follow B&H Photo on Twitter

3) Retweet this hyperlinked post (see "Tweet" button at the top of post or retweet this) making sure to include the #mu43 hashtag.

4) Go to Mu-43.com and leave a comment on this hyperlinked blogpost. If you're not yet a member, you'll have to register. You can do that here.

The contest ends on Sunday, June 5, 2011 at midnight GMT (8pm EST), at which time a winner will be randomly selected.

Read more about this contest and the rules—click this hyperlinked posting.

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3 years ago
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Did you ever pick up your camera and think your eyes had suddenly gotten worse? In photography, there's good blur—and there's bad blur. When your diopter isn't calibrated correctly, it's bad blur. This can lead to your shooting photos that aren't in focus, because what you're seeing through the viewfinder is not exactly what the camera is seeing. Here are ways to remedy this problem.

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Taking a trip to New York City this travel season? Tour guides and others will take you to the more, "touristy" areas of NYC but there is so much more to the city I've lived in my entire life. The best way to see it all is with a camera in your hand and on foot. For those of you who love photowalks, this is one that you'll enjoy on a nice day in Manhattan.


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Tips and Solutions

 Create a fun portrait of your four-legged family member in just a few quick and easy steps.







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Tips and Solutions

You've probably heard of the term ISO before. But do you know what it means? If someone told you that you need to raise your ISO settings to compensate for the diminished light, would you know what they're talking about? If you don't know, here is a quick guide, straight from the EDU Advantage Team.





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Today, Nikon announced the new D5100 DSLR camera: the successor to the D5000. B&H will be stocking the camera with the 18-55mm kit lens as well as body only. See the official press release from B&H and a couple of prominent features after clicking the read and discuss button.



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You've probably heard of the megapixel wars—the race between companies to cram more megapixels onto their sensors. The 5D Mk II, for example, has 21MP. With many of the entry- and mid-level DSLRs starting to creep into that area, users should consider whether or not they really need that many megapixels. To demonstrate what can be done with 21MP, we'll take as an example something I shot years ago. 



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I was trained by the school of photography that forced me to try to create compelling images with any camera that was handed to me. My mentor is a Pulitzer Winner for New York Newsday and always shot Nikon, but I went with Canon. So as a 5D Mk II and 7D user, holding and using the Canon 60D felt just like I was home again.


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As photographers, we love our cameras. Some of us tend to love our cameras more than others—and express this affection in different ways. Sometimes, we don't even notice it! Here are a few ways you know that you have a love affair with your camera.

Photo by GServo


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With today's announcement of the Nikon P7000, amateurs and enthusiasts have a wide range of premium point and shoots potentially to choose from. The P7000 has its own strengths while the Panasonic LX-5 and the Canon S95 cater to a similar but different audience. So which one is for you?

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4 years ago

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