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Has your wedding photography gone stale? Do your photos look just like everyone else’s? Perhaps you need to inject a little bit of you into your photography. Kristi Drago-Price knows wedding photography from all the angles—as a shooter, as an editor, and as a speaker and consultant. She joins us for a high-spirited chat, offering core ideas to improve your wedding photography.
To the best of my knowledge, there aren’t any cameras you can program to display “Magic 7” grid lines onto their viewfinders and LCDs. You can program your camera to display Rule of Thirds, Square, and Square Grid + Diagonal-based grid line patterns, but nobody does the Magic 7 grid.
Before the rise of the anarchy of digital video, analog video was ruled by engineers at virtually every step of production, post production, and delivery. There were rules that had to be adhered to very strictly to ensure that your footage met the technical requirements of broadcasters. Remember, NTSC was instituted in the 1940s, (PAL appeared about a decade later).
Shave an inch from the thickness of the Switronix HyperCore battery, and you’ve got yourself the HyperCore Slim (14.8V, 82Wh), designed for UAV and gimbal applications, suitable for any application demanding a low-profile battery, and TSA-friendly.
In this B&H Event Space presentation, photographers Arthur Morris and Denise Ippolito discuss how they use Canon intermediate telephoto lenses and teleconverters to create stunning photographs of birds and other wildlife from around the world.
Live from Cupertino, Apple’s March 2016 keynote showcased a range of new tech from the CE giant, including a smaller iPhone, updated iPad Pro, a new TV OS, and more. In case you didn’t already know, Apple’s events are usually a big deal, and rightfully so. We all wait, somewhat impatiently, as Apple unveils its latest lineup of gadgets that are engineered to make our lives smarter and better.
Unless you’re exceptionally light sensitive, you probably regard sunglasses as an accessory to your outfit or a convenience that you can live without if you forget them when you leave the house. The truth is that sunglasses are an important piece of protective gear that every person should wear.
Most of us probably have seen, in the movies or on TV, Special Forces people looking like hybrids of human and machine with sophisticated night vision devices covering their faces, enabling them to see in the dark. Previously, these gadgets were reserved for special agencies and the military.
As complementary as peanut butter is to jelly, the camera and tripod are an age-old pairing that still manages to maintain relevance and unmatched functionality in a world dominated by image stabilization and Photoshop tricks.
For many, photography is a solitary endeavor. We enjoy the time alone or the one-on-one interaction with a subject, but how do we improve our skill set and network with others when we only have our “inner Ansel” from which to bounce ideas and techniques?
Whether it is rooftops, backyards, block parties, or the gallery of a museum, night clubs above and below ground, and every happening, get together, and hang-out in between, one of the joys of living in New York City is being able to experience the thriving cultural scenes surrounding art, live music, and dancing.