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Learn the proper way to capture good photos with any camera. It isn’t all about the camera settings and gear, it starts with the simple dos and don’ts that many beginners have yet to learn. Where are the best places to take portraits (with the proper lighting), where to focus, proper composition, when to use your flash—these are some of the basics that are discussed in this session.

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Bob Krist, a master of travel photography, has been shooting video since Nikon first introduced the technology into the D90 many years ago. Along the way, he's learned a lot about how a still photographer can take his or her skills and apply them to this exciting medium.

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Every single photo we take is unique in its own way, even if we shoot the same image several times under the same lighting conditions using the same camera settings. Some images will have grain in darker areas while others lack contrast in certain areas, and others suffer major backlighting issues.

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Photography is a thought process. Top commercial shooter Salem Krieger likes to say he photographs the unknown. What does that mean? It means that when he goes out on assignments he never knows what he’s going to have to deal with.

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Join professional photographer Thomas Donley for an exploration of the creative process. Take a leap forward regarding how you relate to your camera and what is available for you both creatively and personally. Explore how photography can enhance the way you see and experience the world.

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In a world of digital everything, there are still times when a roll or sheet of film brings with it a particular charm. Mixing many of the available possibilities, David Burnett demonstrates what one photographer’s choices can produce.

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More and more people want to bring their cameras into the water. Some just want snapshots in the family pool, while others want to document the underwater world for magazines, books and the Internet. Join underwater photographers Larry Cohen and Mike Rothschild as they talk about using cameras underwater.

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In this episode of Real Exposures, David Brommer interviews photographer Eileen Rafferty, who is the force behind Butterflies and Anvils, a photographic journal about inspiration and art. Rafferty also discusses the importance of education for the photographer and how best to  develop your photographic skills, including how to choose an MFA program.

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This past summer, photographer Jen Pottheiser embarked on a personal project based on the people she encountered in her commercial assignments. In June and July, she spent five weeks documenting the lives of nine remarkable “Olympic Moms.”

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This is a question often asked of photographers, with a range of answers. There are some photographers who work with an austere kit, carrying a camera, a few lenses, and the bare essentials, while others carry everything—including the kitchen sink.

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Nature photographers Denise Ippolito and Arthur Morris co-authored the hugely popular eBook, “A Guide to Pleasing Blurs,” and their program covers the great variety of techniques that can be used to create pleasingly blurred images, mostly in-camera in the field, and at times, during post processing.

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Join Canon's John Stoilov for an informative and inspirational session on the new radio-based Wireless E-TTL flash, the Speedlite 600EX-RT, and get an up-close look at its features and capabilities.

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Larry Becker of Kelby Media explains the importance in this video of using softboxes as you move your speedlights off camera in the studio. When you're trying to light your subject, a soft, diffused light is almost always going to look better than a harsh, pinpoint light that creates hard shadows and extremely bright areas. 

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Photographer Neil van Niekerk says, "I was asked the following question in an interview: 'Is there a single thing that you can tell us that would improve our flash photography instantly if we were to do this one simple thing?' "

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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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