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Posted 04/21/17
Amy Arbus shows photographs she treasures most; both her own and those of her mentors. During this process, she reveals their relationships—their similarities and differences. Her theory is that shedding light on her instincts, thought process, and technique will help you to uncover the secrets of your own. After all, we share a common desire: to make the photographs not taken.
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Posted 04/06/17
Following the invention of the Daguerreotype photographic process, the race to overcome extremely long exposure times began. After a few months of research and experiments, Joseph Petzval finished the calculations for the first lens, in Vienna, Austria, in 1840. The Petzval Lens had a profound impact on the photographic world and became one of the most widely used optical designs of the 19th century. Dive into the history of this great optic and its reinvention. Christian and Frank share tips to make the best of the Swirly Bokeh, mastering focus and sharpness with the Petzval Art Lens from Lomography. You can find more information on the Lomography Petzval Lens here.
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Posted 09/13/16
Robert Herman's THE PHONE BOOK, published by Schiffer Publishing, is one of the first photography books that features photographs taken entirely on an iPhone, with the Hipstamatic app. Released on November 28, THE PHONE BOOK chronicles Herman's international travels between 2010 and 2015, capturing the illuminating colors of the streets and landscapes of the cities he visited, and the colorful people who live in these locales. From Naples to Bilbao, Johannesburg to New York, Herman's focus is brilliantly depicted on the pages of THE PHONE BOOK, an iPhone map of the world.  Through the examples of his own work, Robert shares thoughtful tips on how you can improve your own photography, whether it be with your iPhone or your DSLR. Robert Herman Photography
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Posted 09/05/16
One of the major differences between a snapshot and a beautifully crafted photo is the lighting. Using only available light limits where and when you can take photos. Adding flash gives you endless creative possibilities, no matter where you go or what time of day or night. Manny Pontoriero shows you how to use as little as one off-camera Speedlite to control and create stand out photos. Then, he will demonstrate using up to three lights. Get the Picture at B&H  http://bit.ly/GetthePictureBH Manny Pontoriero Photography  http://www.photographybyemanuele.com/
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Posted 08/26/16
If you have aspirations of being a better food photographer on any level, join New York Times photographer Andrew Scrivani for this instructional talk. He covers the complicated work of the business of being a photographer in the food space, as well as how to get started in the industry, how to negotiate and price your work, and how to bridge the gap between artist and business person. Scrivani helps you grasp the inner workings of this sometimes mysterious business with detailed discussions. Andrew Scrivani: https://www.andrewscrivani.com/currentwork Instagram: @andrewscrivani
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Posted 08/12/16
Photography Studios have been an institution of America's photographic world for decades. Fred Marcus Studio is one of the oldest in the US. Andy and Brian Marcus will show generations of work. Learn techniques and insights into their business as well how to be successful in this competitive and demanding field. Fred Marcus Studio http://fredmarcus.com/
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Posted 08/05/16
Sarah Khan is an academic turned artist. She has lived and researched about nutrition, public health, and traditional ecological knowledge systems, globally. Most recently she spent a year in South Asia, traveling to capture the stories of women farmers. Listen and see how she went from taking photos, creating film clips, to producing a series of short documentary films; learn how she incorporates multiple media, like graphics, sound, and simple animation, to tell a story. Discover how these simple additions may enhance your short films. See more on Sarah K. Khan 's website
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Posted 05/27/16
Sarah Chaput de Saintonge gives you tips on how to become comfortable with yourself through the medium of self-portraiture. Rocky Mountain School of Photography  http://www.rmsp.com Sarah Chaput de Saintonge Photography  http://www.sarahchaputdesaintonge.com
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Posted 06/25/15
Keeping your digital photos organized is difficult, especially if your cataloging system changes as you grow as a photographer. Lightroom helps simplify things, but there are tricks to the trade that you should know in order to maximize your organization. In this video, Tim Grey helps you streamline your workflow and organizational system to help prevent frustration in the future, and allow you to find photos quickly and easily. Grey shows us these methods in Lightroom 6, but they can certainly apply to older versions of Lightroom, too.
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