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For those looking to gain pinpoint precision with their digital imaging, the Wacom Cintiq and Intous system offer unparalleled control to image makers. In this two-hour seminar, Wacom pro Dan Johannessen demonstrates how you can increase your efficiency and creativity using the Cintiq’s pressure pen. Johannessen shows you how to set up a Cintiq and use it to apply tonal adjustments, remove... READ MORE

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Humans are on a constant quest to improve themselves. We’ll do anything possible to make ourselves taller, thinner, more muscular, or more educated. We’ll expand our homes, upgrade our cars, and stretch our imaginations out of a desire to make ourselves better, faster, and more efficient. We have refrigerators that talk to us, stoves and thermostats that think for us and even watches that tell us... READ MORE
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Painting with light is an exciting and artistic way to portray your subject in a completely unique manner. Using the darkness of night as the backdrop and any subject as the canvas, the photographer works like a painter using flashlight to illuminate, highlight, and emphasize their subject. Using your own light source to illuminate the scene provides unrivaled creativity in rendering your final... READ MORE

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Just announced, the Odyssey 7Q+ from Convergent Design has all the features of the previous 7Q recorder, but adds support for UHD/4K recording... READ MORE
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From the incredible capabilities of new sensors and processors to 4K video to light field imaging, I am understandably impressed and often mystified by the leaps made in digital camera technology. However, when a wonderfully uncomplicated product comes along, it is also worth a shout out. The Lens Flipper by GoWing is a... READ MORE
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“The best wide-angle lens? Take two steps backward, look for the ‘ah-ha’.” —Ernst Haas Notwithstanding Mr. Haas’ very astute comment, I have always loved wide-angle lenses. Well, more accurately, I love the inclusive, often distorted, sometimes messy perspectives they create; those of the street photographer, the documentarian, the artist. It is often noted that a 50mm lens is closest to the... READ MORE
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In the following video, Mia McCormick, of KelbyOne, discusses the features and functions of trail cameras. She covers their applications for hunting and security purposes, and offers an overview of the highlights of five models. The video demonstrates how trail cameras can work in motion-detection and time-lapse modes to capture images of wildlife or people, and how their discreet flash units... READ MORE

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A camera is only as good as the eye that sees behind it, and the eye is just an extension of a photographer’s point of view. In this article, we highlight four photographers with very different points of view: a mountain landscape photographer who hangs on the edges of cliffs at the Everest Base Camp; a globetrotting dance photographer; an editorial photographer who captures the quiet interiors... READ MORE
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Making the leap to 4K video is more exciting and affordable than any major video-format shift in recent history. Mirrorless cameras like the Panasonic GH4, Sony a7S... READ MORE
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In the following video, Allan Weitz, of B&H, provides an overview of four popular binoculars and breaks down their specs in terms of magnification, size, and lens coatings, as well as covers the benefits of Porro and Roof prisms, to help you make an informed choice. Weitz examines the similarities and differences between the... READ MORE

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Figuring out what young people want used to be fairly a mysterious process, but these days, it's a bit more obvious. Electronic gadgets are found in the pockets and at the fingertips of students far and wide. Below, we've compiled a list of gift suggestions, all of which are compact and portable, making them ideal for dorm rooms and small apartments and allowing for easy transport. Whether the... READ MORE
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As we noted in our previous segments, Understanding Aperture and Understanding Shutter Speed, photography is the capture of light on a photosensitive... READ MORE
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In this video, Allen Weitz, of B&H, discusses four different flashlights, from a small wristwatch light to a 3-lb 3,000-lumen giant. You’ll hear about what makes each one of these lights unique, whether it is the crenellated bezel of the Defender, or the batteries that power it, Weitz covers it all. We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of other... READ MORE

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As we said in our last segment, Understanding Aperture, photography is all about capturing light. In order to expose a photograph, we have to control the amount of light that is exposed to a photosensitive surface, as well as control the sensitivity of that surface to the... READ MORE
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Bristling along the sidelines of practically every professional sporting event, super-telephoto lenses are known for their ability to reach out and capture distant subjects with exceptional clarity and speed. They feel incredible in the hand, with top-of-the-line build quality and a heft that gives shooters confidence in their equipment. And, many feature a variety of switches and buttons that... READ MORE
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