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Video Nation: A DIY Guide to Planning, Shooting and Sharing Great Video

USA TODAY tech columnist and host/producer Jefferson Graham visits the B&H Event Space to discuss his strategies for making better videos on a low or no budget. Jefferson offers some basic tips for improving your videography skills and sharing videos online. You’ll also hear some opinions on video cameras and accessories, with a special emphasis on suitable equipment for beginners.

Hands-On Review: Apogee Quartet Desktop Studio Interface

Apogee is a premier brand name in both clocking and conversion. Their small-scale audio interfaces have forever changed the performance and sound-quality expectations of USB and FireWire devices. The new Quartet joins and further develops this prestigious product family.

Hands-On Review: Sony NEX-VG900 Full-Frame Camcorder

Sony’s new NEX-VG900 is the first prosumer camcorder with a full-frame image sensor and an interchangeable lens mount. Mia McCormick demonstrates many of the camera’s features and discusses a few lens options that should help users take advantage of the large sensor.

Michael Melford Talk: Qualities of Light, Composition

National Geographic Photographer Michael Melford presents a two-part talk: "‘Hidden Alaska: Bristol Bay and Beyond," images from his most recent book published by National Geographic, and "Qualities of Light, Composition, and What’s in my Bag."

Gravity-Inspired Photography: Images from a Vertical World

Mark Fisher gives a two-part presentation at B&H: Part One highlights Fisher’s work as one of the most sought-after and published ski photographers in the world and, specifically, his work photographing the top professional skiers in one of the most demanding and beautiful natural environments—Alaska.

The Paradoxical World of Claire Rosen

Inspired by fashion and fairy tales, photographer Claire Rosen constructs whimsical worlds, designs costumes and captures beauty with her camera. As both a fine art and commercial photographer, Rosen explores the dualities that exist in life. By working with themes and imagery popularized by fables and children’s stories, Rosen investigates universal truths while appealing to our desire for fantasy.

Harry Benson: 60 Years in Photographs, Sponsored by Canon

Scottish-born photojournalist Harry Benson has had a 60-year career photographing many of the icons of American politics and life. His fifty-minute presentation is, in many ways, too short to fully grasp his reach into the American soul.

Harold Davis: Creative Vision and Craft in Digital Photography

In this exciting presentation, Harold Davis will demonstrate his unique vision, which blends painstaking craft and respect for the aesthetic traditions of art and photography with an informed attitude toward the tools of digital photography and today’s latest technologies.

Route 66 American Icon: Self-Publishing the Fine Art Photographic Book

In this seventy-minute presentation, photographer Shannon Richardson takes the audience through the entire process of self-publishing. Subjects include image preparation, proofing for accurate reproduction, using Adobe Indesign to create a print-ready PDF file, working with the printer to achieve the finished product, and how to take advantage of the Internet to market and distribute his creation.

How to Prepare and Present an Estimate, with Frank Meo

Frank Meo, the founder of www.thephotocloser.com, will teach you the process by which you can compete and succeed in putting together a buttoned-up bid in this Event Space video.

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