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While having the right gear and knowing how to use it is of the utmost importance when you’re trying to get into professional wedding photography, if you don’t have any weddings to shoot, it’s all for naught. Whether it’s photography or any other kind of business, knowing how to...
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Photographing groups can be a humbling experience for even the most seasoned photographer. The trick is to create an image that succeeds on an individual and collective level. Depending on the number of people involved, this can entail quite a bit of planning and more than a little bit of luck. Below are a few tips for photographers bold enough to tackle the group portrait. Choosing the right...
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Portrait Photographer Jerry Ghionis explains how to pose your clients so they always looks good! We hope you enjoy this video, and we invite you to view the wide selection of other instructional and informative videos at BandH.com. Do you have any tips for posing your portrait clients? Please share them in the Comments section!
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Portrait and wedding photographer Kesha Lambert talks about her career progression from lawyer to Sony Artisan of Imagery and shares her five tips for posing couples in order to get beautifully candid images during a photoshoot. What tips do you have for couples or wedding photography? Share them in the Comments section, below.
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We have probably all seen images in which the photographer has panned with the action—photos where the subject is in fairly sharp focus and the background is blurred due to the motion of the camera. The subjects you might have seen in action panning photos include cars, trucks, airplanes, runners, motorcycles, bicycles, etc. Done well, action panning photographs are a pleasure to look at and,...
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There are few genres of photography as technical as macro photography, and it seems like the closer to a subject you get, the trickier it can be to work out all of the variables of exposure, focus, and sharpness. While figures like magnification, aperture, and depth of field are still relevant in...
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I’ll never forget the first time I looked through the viewfinder of a camera fitted with a 20mm ultra-wide-angle lens. Everything looked amazing and I blew several rolls of film shooting everything I saw along the way. Prior to using this “exotic” lens, I had never shot with anything wider than the 50mm normal that came with my first 35mm camera. The sobering part came when I developed the film...
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Macro photography never ceases to amaze me. Show me the face of a jumping spider reproduced at life-size or greater and I’ll undoubtedly stop what I’m doing and stare at it for a while. What’s interesting is how ultra-wide-angle lenses, which are available for ...
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You might hear it all the time: "Protect your prints by storing them archivally" or "This paper is archival-rated for X years" or "Keep your film safe by storing it in an archival box." Whatever it is, it's easy to gather that you need to store your tangible photographic media in archival conditions to prolong its lifespan to the fullest and to ensure it looks just as good in several years as it...
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We cannot be certain, but it is a fair bet that the folks who invented the modern digital cameras, be they DSLR or mirrorless, did not envision that they would be attached to large format view cameras. Can you do it? Yes. Does it work? Yes… I guess. Is it practical and easy? Nope. Should you do it? Maybe. Is it fun? Yes! I will admit, I’ve never shot large format film. I have friends who shoot...
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We asked some long-time film-shooting B&H experts and B&H Creators: What is your favorite film/camera combination? Below are their answers and their photos. Don’t forget to check out the B&H Used Department, where you...
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I recently wrote an article about metering for landscape photography, in which I discussed some of the general guidelines I use for shooting high-contrast scenes. Among other things, I noted how it's better to underexpose a high-contrast landscape scene than to overexpose it, due...
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FUJIFILM continues to lead the digital photography world with its unique and beautiful film simulations that give FUJIFILM X series APS-C interchangeable lens, X series...
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Maria Perez demonstrates how to develop your 35mm black-and-white film at home. She helps you compile a list of all the supplies you will need, shows you the different steps in the developing process, and throws in a few tips and tricks along the way to ensure that your negatives will be well developed. For more exciting DIY videos, click here...
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Great portrait photography comes of careful planning and keeping your eye on specific details, such as lighting, posing, using complementary backdrops, and camera placement. In this B&H video, Jeremy Cohen shares five tips that will help you improve your portrait photography, from how to direct a model to the benefits of framing and using a wide aperture to allow for selective focus. Follow...
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