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In this B&H Event Space video, Tim Grey shows you how to approach a variety of optimization tasks in Lightroom CC 2015. He’ll share real photos that have potential but need a little help to look their best as a way to teach you about adjustment techniques, color profiles, and correcting for inaccurate prints.
Color can be one of your greatest allies in the creative process. Even more than color itself, the assurance that your color balance looks as good as possible, is accurate from capture to export, and is consistent from screen to screen can be paramount to sharing your vision with others. To achieve this control over color, a color calibration process is a necessity.
Whether you live to take photos, or take photos to earn a living, few things compare to the joy and satisfaction of making a new portfolio featuring your best shots. Besides being rewarding activities, marketing, meeting with buyers, and showing new work is essential to the success of a professional photographer.
One of the most common and tragic mistakes amateur outdoor enthusiasts make is to underestimate the importance of proper hydration and backcountry water purification when planning their outdoor activities. Water is the Number Two most important ingredient after air for sustaining life and maintaining normal metabolism.
For many photographers, carrying multiple lenses quickly becomes more of a requirement than an elective. And as most already know, with additional lenses come additional lens accessories and the inevitable question of which is worth the investment and space it will take up in your camera bag.
In this educational article from B&H, you will learn the definition and history of bokeh, as well tips on how to use it creatively in your photography.
Since the early days of professional color film, Fujifilm has taken pride in its efforts to research, advance, and innovate in the fields of color accuracy and color reproduction.
In this B&H Event Space video, dance photographer Lois Greenfield talks about the techniques she employs to capture her distinctive, dramatic, and poetic dance images. Greenfield is known for her stunning images of dancers in flight. In this presentation, she discusses her 40-year career and her new book, Lois Greenfield: Moving Still.
What’s the first thing you make sure is up and running when you move into a new home or apartment? Gas and electric? Sure. Water? Maybe. But it’s a safe bet to say that one of the first things you want to make sure you have on move-in day is a cable provider for your TV and Internet, which is a must in our digital age.
If you are a video editor or are looking to get into video editing, I have both good news and bad news. I’ll start with the good news. Never before have video editors had such an extensive set of color-correction and color-grading tools available at their fingertips.
When Leica unveiled the SL (Typ 601) Mirrorless Digital Camera, I was astounded by how many items it checked off on my dream-camera wish list. It has great low-light performance, fast autofocus, intuitive operation, and 4K video.
In this B&H Event Space video, Meryl Meisler discusses how to publish personal projects, referencing her self-published book Sassy ’70s: Suburbia & the City. Meisler offers insights on the importance of networking, how to use social media to get your work noticed, and getting to know and trust your publicist in the mirror.