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Jeff Cable is one of our most popular speakers here at B&H Event Space and in this video he shares his tips on starting a successful photography business. Have you been thinking about taking your hobby and turning it into a money making business?

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We see them every day overhead, and they always make us look up and ponder. Airplanes are a romantic concept because of the faraway places to which they can take us, and because of the amazing feat of flight itself! The fact that airplanes travel so quickly is something we all connect with. From an artistic point of view, their shape and design are very appealing. These are all factors that have driven me to get as involved with aviation photography as I am with wildlife.

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

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We asked the community at the B&H Facebook Page if they could explain what the FocusMaker DSLR Focusing Tool was used for. Over 100 comments quickly piled in, and many of them were humorous. Here's a list of the top 10 ways not to use this piece of gear.

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To paraphrase Newton…for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. If we call the introduction of digital photography the action, then we might also say that the keen interest in vintage techniques and processes is a reaction.

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The Perseids is one of the most active meteor showers in the sky, and it acts as an annual challenge for photographers wishing to capture its majesty. The image above is entitled Snowy Range Perseids, and it was created in 2012 by astrophotography expert David Kingham. In this installment of How I Got the Shot, David shares the gear he took along on the shoot, the settings he used, and he provides crucial tips on how to carry out the post-production processing.

Editor's Note: this is a guest blog post by David Kingham

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After 74 years, Fred Marcus Studio, in New York, continues to set the standard for wedding photography. But behind all the images is a business that has also thrived. Brian Marcus, the third generation of Fred Marcus Studio, here shares his experiences, secrets, and ideas for running and maintaining a successful studio.

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Tired and overwhelmed with complex software interfaces? Come and hang out with Hector Martinez, Channel Sales and Education Manager from DxO labs, at the B&H Event Space, and learn the true power of the traditional.

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Colorist and Adobe Certified Master Trainer Simon Walker explores how color-grading techniques are used in film, and he provides practical demonstrations on how to create moods, suggest genres, and inform the audience of the motivations of on-screen protagonists, using Red Giant’s Magic Bullet Suite of plug-ins.

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For more than 100 years camera companies have been trying to squeeze the best specs into the smallest available formats. Smart phones and point-and-shoot cameras are too limiting, and digital SLRs are too bulky. Enter the mirrorless generation: Now we can pack big-image quality into a small, travel-friendly package.

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In this second episode of our new series, Prospectives, much sought-after headshot photographer Peter Hurley explains his approach to taking a headshot. From the tools he uses, to creating rapport with the client, Hurley demonstrates the different elements that will make one's photography look strong and professional.

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Sony’s Technical Training Staff was on site at B&H Photo to present the exciting new Cyber-Shot Digital Still Cameras: the DSC-RX100 II and the DSCRX1R. In this video, they discuss all of the new advances and enhancements that have been made to these products, to help you achieve their potential with your own photographic experience.

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Image by Siobhan Landry

The International Center of Photography in New York City has served as a school, research center and museum for artists, students and scholars for over thirty years. It's one of the world's most-extensive and best-equipped schools for photography, and an important institution for the craft itself. A special promotion is currently running, which will save you $50 off of any course (including online courses). Read on to learn more about the ICP, see more images by instructors, get the $50 discount code, and get the details about the open house being held on September 18, 2013.

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While Photoshop is one of the most popular software programs for photographers of all levels, InDesign has unique features that can be useful for photographers who want to create albums, templates or portfolios. The ability to create multi-page documents separates InDesign from Photoshop, which allows photographers to go beyond just editing their images.

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As technology advances in the world of photography, a passionate crowd of professionals, students, and hobbyists is returning to the darkroom in search of a more authentic, handmade feel to their art. Jill Enfield’s Guide to Photographic Alternative Processes shows how to do just that.

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Join photographer and Canson Infinity ambassador Robert Rodriguez Jr as he explains and illustrates how you can harness the power of the Lightroom 5 Print module to create fine art prints. He discusses soft proofing, print layouts and templates, paper selection, and all the optimum settings that can help you make great prints in Lightroom 5.

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