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Posted 12/21/20
Jesús Ramirez of the Photoshop Training Channel shares his compositing pro tips when trying to blend images in Photoshop. He will go over how to use the Perspective Warp tool, the importance of understanding a vanishing point, how to use an adjustment layer, how to cut out hair in Photoshop, and more. Which of these Photoshop tips did you find the most helpful? Let us know, and share your own tips in the Comments section, below.
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Posted 08/05/19
Returning for its fifth consecutive year, OPTIC 2019 promises to be the best OPTIC yet!  With our planet’s environment changing at a rapid pace, the discussion promises to be more poignant than ever. The four-day imaging event will explore the inspiration, techniques, and equipment essential to capturing the great outdoors—with an emphasis on conservation. Speakers include seasoned Lindblad Expeditions National Geographic Photographers Eric Guth, Erika Skogg, Ralph Lee Hopkins, and Paul North, plus an assortment of impressive, contemporary photographers such as Lana MacNaughton and Carissa Pelleteri.
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Posted 08/05/19
Returning for its fifth consecutive year, OPTIC 2019 was the best OPTIC yet! With our planet's environment changing at a rapid rate, the discussion was more poignant than ever. The four-day imaging event explored the inspiration, techniques, and equipment essential to capturing the great outdoors-with an emphasis on conservation. Elia Locardi is an internationally acclaimed professional travel photographer, writer, experienced public speaker, and highly skilled educator who spends his life shooting some of the most beautiful locations in the world. Featured by Professional Photographer Magazine, CNet, Wacom, SmugMug Films, Adobe, FUJIFILM, and Fstoppers, Locardi has visited more than 65 countries, flown nearly 2 million miles, and collaborated with major companies, brands, countries, NGOs, and tourism agencies on nearly every continent since becoming a full-time photographer in 2009.
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Posted 08/05/19
At B&H’s OPTIC 2019, photographer Colby Brown presented tips on how to tell a story through your photographs. As a landscape, travel and wildlife photographer, Brown has traveled the world looking for unique stories to tell though his work. He says the difference between a snapshot and a photograph is that a photograph has something to say. Learn how to say something with your photos by watching Brown's presentation. BIO: Colby Brown is a photographer, photo educator, author and Sony Artisan based in Eastern Pennsylvania. Specializing in landscape, travel, and humanitarian photography, his portfolio spans the four corners of the globe. Throughout his work, he combines a love of the natural world with a fascination with the world’s diverse cultures. Each of his photographs tells a story of life on this planet. In 2011, he founded The Giving Lens, which helps fight for child education, clean drinking water projects, species preservation, women’s rights, and much more.
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Posted 07/17/19
Returning for its fifth consecutive year, OPTIC 2019 was the best OPTIC yet! With our planet's environment changing at a rapid rate, the discussion was more poignant than ever. The four-day imaging event explored the inspiration, techniques, and equipment essential to capturing the great outdoors-with an emphasis on conservation. At B&H’s Optic 2019, photographer Lisa Langell talks about how and why we photograph, and she stresses that the most important part of your journey as a photographer is knowing the answer to the question, “Why do I photograph?” Langell reminds us that photography is not only transformative for the person taking the photo; a powerful image can have deep emotional impact on others, too. This is a great talk from a photographer who approaches her craft from psychological and technical perspectives. Check it out and click here for more  instructional and informative videos at BandH.com.
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Posted 11/05/18
Learn how to leverage the power of Wacom tablets to improve your post processing workflow from start to finish. Wacom’s MobileStudio Pro combines all the benefits of a touch sensitive tablet with a powerful Windows 10 computer. When combined with Lightroom and Photoshop, photographers have an exciting platform for working in the field, editing on the go, and bringing it all back home. Whether shooting tethered right into Lightroom or importing via the built-in card reader, you’ll be able to leverage the efficiencies that come with customizable buttons, pressure sensitive pen input, and touch screen gestures to quickly edit a shoot, batch process the keepers, seamlessly move between Lightroom and Photoshop, and deliver the final images. You’ll leave with a better understanding of how to take advantage of Wacom technologies to create, manage, and share your photography.
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Posted 05/01/18
Come join award-winning headshot photographer, Rod Goodman, as he shares real world Photoshop tips, tricks, and techniques for retouching the human face to achieve a natural, realistic look. Topics include creating complex layer masks in a snap, using frequency separation in a subtle way without making “plastic skin,” healing brushes, the miracle of the paint brush, easily refining your layer mask, realistic sharpening, dodging and burning in a new way, retouching with a Wacom tablet, and much more. It helps to have a basic knowledge of Adobe Photoshop. About Rod Goodman At the age of 18, Rod Goodman started his first real job at Hanna Barbera Studio, in Hollywood, CA, the home of Fred Flintstone, Yogi Bear, and the Smurfs. Goodman worked there for more than a decade, and that helped form his view of the world today. When he was 30, Goodman decided to study photography. At 33, he opened his studio. Three years after that, Goodman was one of the busiest headshot photographers in Los Angeles. By the end of 2004, after shooting more than 20,000 clients, he was inspired to expand his photo studio to include New York City. With his vast experience in L.A., he had gained perspective on how to capture his subjects in a relaxed and natural way. Goodman credits respect and teamwork as being key ingredients to his success.
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Posted 03/20/18
In this B&H Event Space video, Australian wildlife photographer and Tamron Lens Ambassador Shannon Wild talks about her life as a photographer of wild animals. Topics she discusses include the basics of shooting stills and video with DSLRs, how to best choose and use your camera gear, how to approach animals, travel tips, and other important aspects of travel and animal photography, in locations as diverse as Antarctica, Africa, and other remote and exotic locales. In this B&H Event Space video, Australian wildlife photographer and Tamron Lens Ambassador Shannon Wild talks about her life as a photographer of wild animals. Topics she discusses include the basics of shooting stills and video with DSLRs, how to best choose and use your camera gear, how to approach animals, travel tips, and other important aspects of travel and animal photography, in locations as diverse as Antarctica, Africa, and other remote and exotic locales.
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Posted 09/04/17
After you make hundreds, thousands of spectacular photographs, now what? How do you find and organize them easily? How do you tweak, edit and polish them- and do all of this quickly, efficiently and painlessly? Lightroom is your friend! There is a reason why Lightroom is the go-to software for serious amateurs and pros alike: It’s the multi-tool for the digital photography world. This video shows you all the cool features, from importing to “tweaking”, from making a slide show to uploading to social media; from laying out a fine print to syncing with your smartphone. You will see that, with the proper workflow, you can find any one of thousands of images in ten seconds. That’s a promise! Lester Lefkowitz: http://www.lesterlefkowitz.com/
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Posted 07/03/17
In this video, we will cover the most powerful tool in Photoshop, the layer mask in detail. Having a solid knowledge of layer masks will open a whole world of non-destructive image editing. Jason explains exactly what a layer mask is, how to take advantage of multiple layer masks and adjustment layers and how to edit the masks themselves for greater control. He also introduces the Masking Palette to understand how it can be used for photographic composites. *Photoshop Essentials or a solid knowledge of Photoshop basics required.
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