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Posted 10/26/17
To answer to these questions and many others surrounding the creative process Adam Marelli takes you through his findings which are the subject of his new book, “Picture This: A roadmap for photographers and their creativity.”
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Posted 10/03/17
In this B&H Event Space video, nature and wildlife photographer Chris Nicholson, who is the author of Photographing National Parks and a partner and instructor with National Parks at Night, discusses the best way to approach and photograph Maine’s Acadia National Park. Topics include finding your way around the park’s 27-mile Park Loop Road, 57 miles of rustic roadway, and 120 miles of hiking trails, not to mention the best spots for fishing and photographing seascapes. Also joining him is travel photographer Susan Magnano, who is the co-founder of PhoTour Adventures and an expert on photographing Acadia National Park all year ’round.
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Posted 09/14/17
In this video, Matt Kloskowski takes a look at some of the reasons that we start our workflow in Lightroom, but finish it in Photoshop.
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Posted 09/07/17
In this class you'll learn how to make photos that reflect the beauty and mood of the landscape you see with your naked eye by using a combination of Lightroom Photoshop, along with tips and techniques on what adjustments work best.
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Posted 08/22/17
Every photographer has unique strengths. When creatives better understand their personality and utilize their strengths to develop their style, they will better stand out in a saturated market. There is no one else just like you. Come learn how to identify your unique strengths and use them to further your creativity, guide your business, and channel your energy. Whether you are extroverted or introverted, creative or technical, prefer structure or flexibility, or value abstract or concrete, come learn how to continually create work that is not only unique to you but will continue to energize and inspire you all while attracting your ideal client. This presentation is sponsored by Rocky Mountain School of Photography. For nearly 30 years, RMSP has been helping students pursue their dreams and fall in love with light at their historic downtown campus in Missoula, Montana. They offer workshops all over the country for photography enthusiasts as well as an 8-month career-training program for aspiring professionals. To learn more about RMSP, click below: https://rmsp.com/ Mary Brunst Photography http://marybrunst.com/
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Posted 08/14/17
Here's a video aimed directly at so many of today's inexperienced digital SLR owners—you've owned a nice camera for while and want to move past totally automatic, green-zone shooting. But how do you make the move?  Even a study of shutter speeds and apertures alone doesn’t necessarily connect all the dots. How do you make intelligent and thoughtful choices in camera settings? In this video, Canon USA’s Rudy Winston gives you guidance to do exactly that. This is more than just understanding what a shutter speed is. Winston shows you how to take that preliminary understanding and translate it into the thought process an experienced photographer might use to get the right camera settings and the results they're hoping for. Using excellent sample images and clear on-screen graphics, this B&H Event Space video will give you the information and visual "push" you may need to move past the full auto green shooting mode, and begin to explore more creative photography with your camera.
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Posted 08/09/17
Today’s talk is geared toward people who want to produce their own podcasts and with that in mind we will focus on what we have learned in our time producing the B&H Photography Podcast, from the gear we use, to the audio techniques and software.
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Posted 07/30/17
David Marx demonstrates valuable tools and techniques in Lightroom that you can use to take your landscape photography to exciting new places.
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Posted 07/25/17
In this class Eric Stoner from Canon U.S.A. shares a plethora of images with you so you can visually see what goes into making a great image. He also shows you some images that need some help and how to address the issues.
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Posted 07/17/17
Jeff Cable shares his favorite tips for photographing sporting events. Even though Jeff is a 5-time Olympic photographer, he has advice for photographers of all levels. Jeff recommends camera gear, camera settings, and ways to grab unique sports photos. His casual and fun style of teaching has made him one of the most popular speakers at B&H for the last 5 years. Jeff Cable Photography: http://www.jeffcable.com/
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