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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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Quick. Name a very cool camera that looks like a Holga, takes Holga-style pictures, and comes in colors. Stumped? How about a color Holga? Designed to capture 'artsy-type' pictures with dark fuzzy edges, these modern classics are now available in Blooze Brothers, Violet, Sunset Boulevard, Oscar, Twilight Zone, Pretty in Pink, Yellow Brick Road, Jawz, Casablanco, and Commando. Aside from their retro design, they also shoot a retro media – film*.

Holga 178-120 Medium Format 120N Camera with Built-in Lens (Pretty in Pink) Holga 176-120 Medium Format 120N Camera with Built-in Lens (Yellow Brick Road) Holga 186-120 Medium Format 120N Camera with Built-in Lens (Blooze Brothers) Holga 173-120 Medium Format 120N Camera with Built-in Lens (Casablanco)

Holga 188-120 Medium Format 120N Camera with Built-in Lens (Commando) Holga 180-120 Medium Format 120N Camera with Built-in Lens (Oscar) Holga 180-120 Medium Format 120N Camera with Built-in Lens (Twilight Zone) Holga 183-120 Medium Format 120N Camera with Built-in Lens (Violet)

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This is part 3 in a series on printing from LIghtroom by Seth Resnick of D65. Lightroom printing is really a dream and much easier than printing from Photoshop. Todays blog covers The Image Settings Panel, The Layout Panel, The Guides Panel, The Page Panel, and Identity Plate.

 

 

 

 

 

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The B&H Event Space is pleased to present a new series entitled "Real Exposures," which features one-on-one interviews with industry professionals such as high-profile photographers and filmmakers.

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In this practical and educational slide program, we learn which Canon lenses—from the 8-15mm fisheye up to the 800mm f/5.6 L IS that Arthur Morris uses to create his amazing images, how, why and when he uses each of them, and what he is thinking as he depresses the shutter button.

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Many of the design problems that photographers face have been addressed by classical artists. Bridging the gap between classical art and street photography, Henri Cartier-Bresson combined the two practices and set the world of photography on a new course.

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Frank Meo, the founder of www.thephotocloser.com, will teach you the process by which you can compete and succeed in putting together a buttoned-up bid in this Event Space video.

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In this episode of Real Exposures, David Brommer interviews John Paul Caponigro, a photographer with an artist's heart. The interview covers varied topics including the value of choosing and attending photography workshops, harnessing creativity, and integrating spiritualism in your work.

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As you continue to capture new photographic images, it becomes increasingly important to keep those photos organized so you have the confidence that you’ll be able to find the photo you need when you need it. In this informative and entertaining session, Tim Grey will share his expertise and experience to help you stay organized using Adobe Photoshop Lightroom.

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Eileen Rafferty compresses a six-week course on the history of photographic art into a two-hour discussion in this video, and does a great job summarizing the visual styles of the various movements and demonstrating work from the photographers who are considered part of these movements.

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Families with digital cameras take thousands of pictures but banish most to a computer hard drive never to be seen again. They never make the connection that their home theaters are digital photo-ready. This despite the fact that gathering people on the couch for a slide show was second-nature a generation ago, especially after a vacation or during the holidays. With some advance planning, setting up and running a picture show is a lot less labor intensive than dragging a mechanical projector and retractable screen out of the closet each time you want to impress the neighbors.

Loading slides correctly was a hassle before the show turned digital.

Today, your big screen is already in place. And with that bright display, you don't even have to dim the lights. So why wait? Here are five ways to do it.

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 In a perfect world you don’t need a filter. Your lens, even the most basic of kit lenses, comes pre-coated to minimize flare and color aberration. And when not in use, every lens comes with a lens cap that protects the front element of your lens and never ever unknowingly falls off your camera as you stroll down the boulevard. But we don’t live in a perfect world so forget about all of the above. (And by the way, I think you just lost your lens cap)

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National Geographic Photographer Michael Melford presents a two-part talk: "‘Hidden Alaska: Bristol Bay and Beyond," images from his most recent book published by National Geographic, and "Qualities of Light, Composition, and What’s in my Bag."

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One of the earliest photographic processes has experienced a major resurgence in recent years. Wet plate photography is notoriously inconvenient, complex and unpredictable. Given that and the need for esoteric equipment and hazardous chemistry, what explains the thousands of professional and amateur artists and photographers exploring this fascinating, beautiful method?

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