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Jon Naar is an internationally acclaimed photographer and the author of twelve books, including the awarding-winning Getting the Picture (2005), the iconic Faith of Graffiti (1974), and the best-selling Design for a Limited Planet (1976).

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Most of us are natural-light photographers. If you’re anything like James Madelin, you say that because you hate your speedlight flash. Thanks to his years as a press and editorial photographer, Madelin will share with you how to use your speedlight to shoot amazing photos quickly and easily anywhere, every time.

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If you're just starting in the event-photography business, or looking to learn more about printing on site, Scott Proposki will show you the tools and tricks of the trade. DNP features its line of event printers to print 4 x 6, 5 x 7, 6 x 8 or 8 x 10 prints.

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The Nikon COOLPIX L620 is a 14x optical zoom point-and-shoot camera that contains the latest technologies housed in an ergonomic design. The 18.1 megapixel BSI (Back Side Illumination) CMOS image sensor allows improved image quality even in low-light situations, and the 14x zoom NIKKOR lens is equipped with the company’s VR image stabilization for ensuring sharp images.

 
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This week in the news: Panasonic unveiled the Lumix GX7 Compact Digital Camera; Canon announced the Vixia mini camcorder; Sigma introduced a new mount-conversion service and extended warranties; Panasonic announced the Leica DG Nocticron 42.5mm f/1.2 lens for Micro Four Thirds; and Radiopopper announced the Nano system.

This is your B&H Photo Pulse News Roundup for August 2, 2013. Be sure to follow us on Twitter for the latest news as it breaks.

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Tethering is a resourceful strategy used to expedite and potentially improve photography sessions in a professional studio or otherwise controlled environment. In the past, this method of image capture was reserved primarily for high-end shoots in which numerous people were required to view images in-process.

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In this fifth part of our six-part series on Canon's Cinema EOS line, David Leitner presents the lens options available to digital cinematographers who use the C500, C300, C100 and 1D C cameras. There is, of course, the universe of EF-mount lenses, including Canon's high-end L series and stepper-motor drive (STM) lenses.

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My father was indirectly responsible for my introduction to non-traditional photo techniques around 35 years ago. When I told him of my intentions to become a professional photographer, he convinced me that one practical option would be to earn a certificate in medical photography. However, taking pictures of impaled eyes, severed heads and bloody surgical procedures was of less interest to me than shooting with infrared film.

Editor's Note: This is a guest blog post by Jill Enfield.

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This week in the news: Hasselblad announced the Stellar compact digital camera; Google released a new version of the Nexus 7 tablet and the new Chromecast HDMI media-streaming device; Fujifilm updated their roadmap, revealing a new lens; and the SanDisk Connect was announced, which offers up to 32GB of storage for mobile devices.

This is your B&H Photo Pulse News Roundup for July 26, 2013. Be sure to follow us on Twitter for the latest news as it breaks.

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Night Vision is not just for military and law enforcement personnel. A wide range of commercially available night vision devices (NVDs) means that nature enthusiasts, homeowners, and tech heads won’t be left in the dark when they need to see through the night.

 

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We humans looooove color! All you have to do is walk down the aisle of your local supermarket, and you can see how important color is to us humans. We’re pretty color-conscious—even if we’re not consciously thinking about it. If you’re into “visually communicating,” an eloquent way of saying “taking photographs,” then you need to be tuned into colors. And just for the record, black and white are colors. You shoot in color—but do you think in color? Do you consciously use it, manipulate it, and make it an important element in your photo, like that little thing called light?

Editor's Note: This is a guest blog post by Moose Peterson.

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In this fourth part of our six-part series on Canon Cinema EOS, David Leitner focuses on 4K production and post-production workflow, listing a plethora of options that involve both RAW and compressed (ProRes, DNxHD) capture of 4K footage.

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This final part of our three-part series on lens basics focuses on special lenses: tilt-shift models, which bend perspective and can even generate a "miniature" effect, and macro lenses, including macro rails that can help you create a super-close-up image that's completely in focus.

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The Digital Photography Summit is a software and digital-technology showcase of the latest trends, held at the Jacob Javits Center in New York City, and featuring panel discussions, demonstrations, and surprises from Scott Kelby, Julieanne Kost, and Katrin Eismann.

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In this second part of our three-part primer on DSLR lenses, Larry Becker, of Kelby Media, discusses basic concepts such as autofocus, filters, and what various sensor sizes mean for the lenses with which you might pair them. (If you've ever wondered what "crop factor" means, this video clears that up.)

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