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Francis Westfield from Mamiya Leaf presents a ninety-minute talk on working with medium-format cameras, especially when it comes to post workflow. The answer to the question, “Has medium format overcome its inherent limitations?” is a definite yes, as Francis goes through a rigorous discussion of Capture One software, both when capturing images to CF cards, and when tethered to a computer for live review.

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Why do I look at photos? What kind of photos do I like? Why do I like these photos? In this hour-long video, these questions and others are discussed by W.M. Hunt, collector, curator and consultant, whose recently published book is titled "The Unseen Eye: Photographs from the Unconscious."

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David H Wells is a well known freelance documentary photographer, whose work includes photo essays that have been published in many of the major publications, often focusing on cultural and political issues. He has also found great success in the stock photography market.

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Considered one of the top headshot photographers specializing in advertizing and commercial work, Peter Hurley’s extensive portfolio includes portraiture, models and fashion as well as actors' headshots. 

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The shot list is the list of all the photos you will be expected to produce on your clients’ wedding day, including portraits of individuals and groups.

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You've signed a contract and the date is set, so how does a savvy wedding photographer proceed? Photographing a wedding involves more than simply showing up on the big day with a camera, lens, flash and a set of charged batteries.

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Since the early days of science, photographers have searched for ways to artificially enhance the creative process. From the early days of limelight, through the use of flashpowder, we arrive today at electronic flash, the tool in trade of the fashion, beauty and portrait photographer.

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For some, photography is about capturing family moments, or documenting vacations with the ultimate goal of sharing the images with friends. For others, the desire is to have their work recognized and perhaps even purchased.

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Frank Doorhof is primarily known for his fashion and celebrity photography, although he also has a deep love of storytelling via the photographic image. Inspired by both his grandparent and parents, his work covers a lot of ground and is guided by one overriding principle:

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Mel DiGiacomo is a long-time photographer who picked up a camera by accident in 1968 and began to teach himself the art of photography. His career has been as wide as the field itself, featuring street photography, sports, weddings, and years spent in the Caribbean.

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In our latest installment of ‘Tips from Townsend’ ('The Photographic Instruction Book by Townsend T Stith', Sears Roebuck & Company, 1903), our hero, Townsend T, discusses the 3 primary types of lenses – wide angle, portrait, and telephoto, which at the turn of the last century was a concept that was for the average shooter of the day as mysterious as the basics of digital imaging were a decade ago.

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The holidays are coming up! We've got some great holiday offers available right now, but you'll need to find a way to make the most of that new purchase. If you'd like to take better holiday photos, then here are some great tips from Olympus Visionary Jay Kinghorn.

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Rudy Winston recently gave a presentation at the B&H Event Space on the popular Canon Speedlite Flash system. BHInsights tracked him down and was able to pick his brain a bit more about using the Canon Speedlite system for consumers. 

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People come to the art and craft of photography from all sorts of beginnings.  This is the story of how one wildlife photographer came to his passion—as a result of dumb luck!

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A few thoughts on shooting in low light situations: To begin with you will need to use a high ISO. Most cameras' lowest ISO is the native (default). This is 100 ISO on Canon and usually 200 on Nikon. You may need to set yours as high as 1600 or 3200 ISO to capture the shot. Do some test shooting before your important shoot.  

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