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Posted 07/11/17
Fashion photographer Lindsay Adler talks about her favorite approaches to creating conceptual, stylized portraits for her subjects including story-telling, styling, mood boards and more.
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Posted 07/03/17
Join Marc Silber at the B&H Event Space for a dynamic seminar that covers the basics from his new book Advancing Your Photography-- the definitive handbook that will take you through the entire process of becoming an accomplished photographer. From teaching you the basics to exploring the stages of the cycle of photography, Silber makes it clear and easy for you to master the art form.
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Posted 06/27/17
In this program, David Brommer covers the basic concepts of composition as established by the masters of the Renaissance. Commencing with the classic rule of thirds and leaping into theories of color and balance, David will touch upon a range of topics, including: image construction, positive and negative space, as well as other advanced composition concepts. General shooting questions like, “Is the shot better if it’s a horizontal or vertically composed?” and conceptual ideas such as integrating theme and subject context are explored. Another factor to be considered is color vs. black and white, and how these two treatments can influence the visual impact of the photograph. Just when your head is spinning with new cropping and composing ideas, David will demonstrates special shooting techniques including how to create a pan blur, zooming the lens during exposure and low angle (worms eye view) shooting tips. David Brommer's Work: http://davidbrommer.com
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Posted 06/21/17
Sure, you have to master your camera’s technology, all those menus and buttons, but then what? Photography is about so much more than shutter speeds and sensor sizes. It’s about gesture and light, about your eye and your thought process, your ideas and your insight. But how do you hone that eye? How do you stay inspired to keep making pictures? Where does the urge to keep creating self-assignments come from? How do you utilize the great technology available to us to fully express yourself and keep it fresh? Come hear the always enlightening and ever curious Mel DiGiacomo as he touches on these questions (and more), and helps you to see your own work, and the work of others, in new ways. In a career spanning four decades he has never lost his love of photography nor his need to chase great pictures. Where does this wellspring come from? We never know for sure what Mel will say, but we do know that you will leave inspired. Mel DiGiacomo Photography: http://meldigiacomo.photoshelter.com/
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Posted 06/20/17
In this B&H Event Space video, Christopher Makos presents a star-studded slideshow culled from his long and illustrious career making images as an immediate response to his surroundings. From his beginnings with Man Ray, in Europe, to his close friendship with Andy Warhol and entourage to the many other beautiful people and exotic locales captured through his lens, Makos walks viewers through a wide-ranging survey of work considered for his retrospective book everything: The Black and White Monograph. From Fire Island to Ascot, Mallorca to Moscow, Morocco to Puerta Vallarta, Giza to Palm Springs, this presentation offers an inside look at the restless, globetrotting life Makos has led, always with camera in hand.
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Posted 06/17/17
In this B&H Event Space video, Michael Kaminski, of Director of Production at Juice Pharma Worldwide, discusses hybrid video and hybrid production for advertising. Topics Kaminski discusses cover VR and its growing importance in marketing and advertising, and the importance of preparation, teamwork, contingency plans, and most importantly, the importance of creating well-crafted story lines with purpose.
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Posted 06/02/17
In this B&H Event Space video, photojournalist and documentary artist Natan Dvir discusses the creative process behind three award-winning projects he has completed, including “Belief,” “Coming Soon,” and “Platforms,” which is the culmination of three years of photographing around his adopted home, New York City. Topics covered include the process of conceptualizing ideas, researching your subject, the logistics of photographing street scenes in varying environments, editing, and seeing the project to completion.
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Posted 05/29/17
Many photographers dream about making a photo book. Meryl Meisler’s first photo books “A Tale of Two Cities: Disco Era Bushwick” (Bizarre Publishing 2014) and “Purgatory & Paradise SASSY ‘70s Suburbia & The City (Bizarre Publishing 2015) received international acclaim. Meryl learned a lot from other published photographers who shared their advice. Now from personal experience she has lessons learned and tips to share with you about planning, proposing, producing and publicizing your dream book. Meryl Mesiler Photo:  http://www.merylmeisler.com/
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Posted 05/26/17
Jeff Cable is one of the more popular speakers we’ve had over the years. In this B&H Event Space video, he offers several tips and advice, not only about sports and action photography (Cable is a five-time Olympic photographer), but travel and location photography in exotic locales or around the corner from where you live. Topics discussed in this presentation include how to determine the best gear to pack, based on the type of photographs you plan on shooting, and where you plan on shooting them. The advice Cable dispenses in this video is indispensable and is relevant to beginners, advanced enthusiasts, and pros alike.
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Posted 04/27/17
Many photographers remain stagnant in their careers and find it challenging to evolve as a creative person. They struggle with inspiration and lose interest. The gear they use may be outdated and prevent them from achieving their highest-quality work and finding inspiration. Photography is an art that requires constant growth and development on the artist's part. Ken Kaminesky, a FUJIFILM X-Photographer, talks about the art of reinvention. He offers some of his inspirational stories about the career changes he has made and how he made them. Kaminesky has photographed in a variety of genres, including fashion, lifestyle, landscape, and travel. Here, he walks you through a collection of these photographs and encourages you to develop your career further and fall in love with photography all over again.  ​
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