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Tips and Solutions

Brennan Rimer from Journeys Unforgettable leads you on a photographic journey around the world, covering the importance of everything from panoramas to photographing animals.

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Tips and Solutions

If commercial photographers are like scientists in a laboratory, then wedding photographers are like MacGyver—it’s often not about what you can do, but what you can do in three minutes with everything working against you!

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An overview of Avid's recently released Media Composer V 6.0 led by certified Avid Trainer Tibor Spiegel of Manhattan Edit Workshop.

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Tips and Solutions

This Event Space comprehensive workshop (led by Dave Piazza of Westcott) allows you to get up close and personal with the equipment used to capture award-winning images from the top pros. This longer seminar enables an in-depth and extensive discussion of lighting theories and concepts.

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In this video, we talk with Ryan Brenizer to explore the Brenizer Method of creating portraits.

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Hands-on Review

If you’re a professional photographer, you probably spend as much or more time in front of a computer as behind a camera. And since such Adobe programs as Photoshop have proven the most popular, Kelby Training has created a series of DVDs to hone your Adobe software skills.

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If you've ever flown over the Grand Canyon or Rocky mountains at 35,000 feet, you already know how humbling and enlightening this experience can be. Tall mountains appear small, almost flush to the plains leading up to them.  

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3 years ago
Tips and Solutions

Though I was raised and grazed on film I have no qualms admitting I haven’t shot a roll of the stuff since August 2001 (with a Nikon N90 and Fujifilm Astia in case you’re curious). I appreciate film, respect film and certainly miss the disciplined aspects of shooting film, but at the end of the day I’m perfectly happy with digital imaging, warts and all. 

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3 years ago
Tips and Solutions

Seascapes are about sky, water, the physical dynamics of the points at which they meet, reflections and mirror imaging and most of all, the unique qualities of moisture-filtered light that one can only find where sky meets water.

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3 years ago
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When shopping for a new lens, sooner or later you’re going to run into the terms “ED” (extra-low dispersion), “LD” (low dispersion), “SLD” (special low dispersion), “ELD” (extraordinary low dispersion), and “ULD” (ultra-low dispersion), and each of these variants represents a standard above the norm when it comes to image quality.

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3 years ago
Tips and Solutions

Joey Quintero provides solutions to avoiding “raccoon eyes” and squinting guests in this two-minute video about shooting wedding groups outdoors. He identifies the problems and provides convenient and safe solutions for adding that extra bit of lighting when the on-camera flash won’t cut it.

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In this B&H video, Joey Quintero delivers a two-minute primer on using a flash in the proper orientation for shadowless wedding photos, discussing both the theory and providing a simple, practical solution.

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We should begin this treatise by clearly stating that the Sunny 16 rule is nothing new, and if anything it’s a formula that’s been kicking around since the early days of picture taking. It’s also worth noting that the Sunny 16 rule has held true through every technological breakthrough from tinplates straight through modern-day digital imaging.

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3 years ago
Hands-on Review

Pro Tools is a brand that defines an industry. It's part of our vernacular. A product doesn't attain this privilege by accident. This is a powerful tool that professionals have relied upon since the 1990s. Many people who strive for the highest quality choose Pro Tools HD, and the new Pro Tools|HD Native systems make it more affordable than ever. But should you step up to HD?

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Tips and Solutions

The differences between OK photographs, good photographs and terrific photographs are numerous, but the reasons for the differences can be subtle and not so obvious. Subject matter is important, though sometimes a strong photograph of peeling paint can have as much or more impact upon the viewer as a strong, well-lit portrait.

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