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Posted 08/08/20
Larry Cohen and Olga Torrey teach you how to take your photography underwater. This in-depth introduction goes over camera options, underwater housing, lighting, camera settings, and more. Larry and Olga also discuss other types of photography, such as wildlife and macro photography.
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Posted 05/18/20
Wildlife photographer Roie Galitz takes you on a journey around the world, showing you the beautiful wildlife of Africa, the Arctic, and more. He discusses the importance of understanding animal behavior, telling stories, and having the right gear.
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Posted 09/03/18
Nature is a beautiful subject matter to photograph, but those stunning images in which you see, do not always come easy. It takes patience, persistence, and a passion to do whatever it takes to wait for the opportune moment in which nature then presents a beautiful scene. Then with a little bit of luck as well, an incredible image can be created. Come join and listen in as nature photographer Mike Mezeul II shares the stories behind some of his favorite and most challenging images. He talks about the conditions in which he encountered, the pre-vision of the images, and the execution of the image, including the technical aspects. He also shares imagery from some of his wildest outings, including tornadoes, volcanoes and northern lights.
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Posted 06/22/18
Join zoologist and wildlife photographer Ron Magill as he shares his tips for photographing the fauna that call the Florida Everglades home. Filmed at B&H’s Optic 2018, Magill’s lecture is richly illustrated with examples of his remarkable work in the field. We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of other instructional and informative videos at BandH.com. For more information and Optic 2018 coverage, click here.
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Posted 04/27/18
Photographer Robert Evans talks about how the simplicity of certain images can make them really stand out. He stresses that beyond an individual photographer’s vision and personality, there are other traits that are integral to capturing great photos—being bold, taking creative risks, and shooting from the heart.
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Posted 11/02/15
In this video from the 2015 B&H Optic Imaging Conference, author and photographer Ian Plant talks about how to better compose images and the rules of composition. Ian teaches you how to see the world in ways you never before imagined, drawing lessons from his critically-acclaimed hit book "Visual Flow: Mastering the Art of Composition." Visual Flow unlocks the composition secrets of the great masters, giving you the keys to create compelling and artistic photographs that will stand out from the crowd.
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Posted 09/07/15
In this video, produced during the 2015 B&H Optic Imaging Conference, photographer Susan Seubert talks about how food photography and travel photography go hand in hand. There are few things that all life on Earth has in common, but one of them is food. Often times, when traveling, the most memorable experiences can revolve around food—from farmers' markets to roadside stands to exquisite, five-star meals. Seubert has mastered the subtle nuances of photographing food while shooting more than 20 feature stories for National Geographic Traveler, from Canada to the Caribbean and Texas to Thailand. She covers the nuts and bolts of good food photography, including a few iPhone tips, as well as how to find ways to explore culture through eating.
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Posted 08/24/15
In this video from the 2015 B&H Optic Imaging Conference, photographer David Middleton discusses the fact that there is more to photography than camera-club competitions and filling your walls with prints. Middleton shares how photography can also be about helping someone else. Using images from Bhutan, Uganda, Kenya, Vermont, and New Mexico, he highlights the simple and profound effects your photography can have on improving other people's lives, whether it is in your own neighborhood or in a country far away.
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Posted 08/17/15
This video, from the 2015 B&H Optic Imaging Conference, will take your color to new frequencies. Learn new ways of thinking about color that will help you see and produce truly pleasing images. Photographer John Paul Caponigro, with his calming and inspirational tones, discusses the complicated elements of color science, as well as color psychology, color management and, of course, color adjustment in Photoshop. Topics include: three essential elements of color—luminosity, hue, and saturation; three types of color—ideal, ambient, and synthetic; and the infinite color variations that are possible for every image. Mastering neutrals, using atmospheric perspective to enhance depth in your images, turning day into night, and transferring color from one subject to another are a few of the ideas covered. This video will help you discover strategies for identifying and creating successful color palettes and help put the unprecedented power and precision of digital color to work for your images.
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Posted 08/14/15
Take a deep dive into making effective use of flash in your photography with National Geographic photographer Bob Krist, who's honed his techniques over decades of shooting for magazines and crafting best-selling photo books. You'll learn how to create natural-looking flash photos and blend flash with available light. He covers technique, including fill flash and how to use it, slow synch flash—which he calls the most important of flash techniques—bounce flash, and using found surfaces and reflectors. You'll discover how to take your flash to new dimensions with multiple flash, light modifier, and complementary filtration, and more.
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