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Posted 10/26/20
FUJIFILM Creator Derek Fahsbender doesn’t want you to make the same photography mistakes he's made. He emphasizes the importance of understanding the photography basics in order to have freedom in your creative process. What are some of the takeaways you picked up watching this? Tell us about them, along with your own tips and tricks, in the Comments section below!
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Posted 05/09/20
Dan Bailey discusses the benefits of FUJIFILM’s mirrorless cameras for outdoor, adventure, and travel photography. He also presents tips on lighting, lenses, and composition to get the most from your camera, no matter what kind of gear you use.
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Posted 03/31/20
Gain insight on how to use your visual voice to define your niche in photography with UK-based photographer Alan Schaller. From the streets of London to the alleyways of New York City, Schaller will share his monochromatic journey to help you find your path in the photographic world.
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Posted 02/25/20
Creating portraits on location can open up all kinds of opportunities for creativity but can also come with its own challenges. Sony Artisan of Imagery Tony Gale discusses how he approaches those challenges while shooting on location. Topics in this tutorial include environmental portraiture, outdoor versus studio portrait photography, scouting out a location, outdoor lighting techniques, and more. Sponsored by Sony
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Posted 12/23/19
Exquisite Environmental Automotive Photography, sponsored by Canon: Michael Alan Ross is at the top of his field in automotive location photography. In this seminar, photographer Ross discusses the challenges of shooting a car on location. You'll have the opportunity to learn the step-by-step process of what it takes to create stunning automotive images while dealing with highly reflective subjects weighing thousands of pounds. Key topics include composition, layout, beauty light, detail shots, and movement shots, as well as the process used to make it all work. These processes include exposure, aperture, depth of field, shutter speed, equipment, and the importance of location scouting. By the end of this two-hour class, you'll have enough knowledge to get out there on your own and produce magazine-quality images.
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