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Posted 05/08/21
Join award-winning photographer David Cardinal as he shares his wildlife photography tips, including the right camera gear, photography composition, lighting, and workflow. Are you a wildlife photographer? Please share some of your own tips and techniques in the Comments section. Sponsored by Western Digital and Synology
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Posted 02/27/21
Wildlife photographer Yaron Schmid helps you elevate your nature and wildlife photography from beyond “common shots.” Learn how to prepare, utilize composition rules, and experiment with camera settings to tell a story in your wildlife photos. Stick around for the Q&A to learn about camera gear, specifically for safari conditions! Then share your own experiences photographing wildlife in the Comments section, below.
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Posted 08/10/20
Join wildlife photographer Amos Nachoum as he recounts his adventures swimming with sharks and other sea life. In this virtual photography seminar, he travels around the world, dispelling the myths surrounding dangerous animals. Similar photography talks: Underwater Photography: A Beginner’s Guide Wildlife Photography: Behind the Scenes with Roie Galitz
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Posted 08/08/20
Larry Cohen and Olga Torrey teach you how to take your photography underwater. This in-depth introduction goes over camera options, underwater housing, lighting, camera settings, and more. Larry and Olga also discuss other types of photography, such as wildlife and macro photography.
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Posted 05/18/20
Wildlife photographer Roie Galitz takes you on a journey around the world, showing you the beautiful wildlife of Africa, the Arctic, and more. He discusses the importance of understanding animal behavior, telling stories, and having the right gear.
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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
Stephen Mallon is a busy New York-based photographer, and has been a frequent speaker at the Event Space for many years. His career has been steadily rising and his prominence and success are models for all aspiring commercial and fine art photographers. This presentation follows Mallon's path from stock photography to a life-changing client who would slowly lead him to his ultimate dream clients, The New York Times Magazine and National Geographic. In addition, Mallon also discusses his evolution into filmmaking and how photographers need to diversify their creative talents to achieve their dreams. This presentation is an absolute must for the aspiring photographer.
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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 07/04/19
At B&H’s Optic 2019, photographer Ron Magill shares his incredible love for wildlife through his photos, and he stresses that the beauty of photography lies in its ability to tell powerful visual stories. Magill’s tales are engaging and emotional, and he challenges fellow photographers to explore the fascinating world of taking photos of animals in wild. Check it out! About Ron Magill Ron Magill has worked with wildlife for more than 30 years and has hands-on experience with a tremendous variety of animals, ranging from crocodiles to eagles to cheetahs. An internationally recognized zoological authority who has appeared on many local, national, and international programs including National Geographic Explorer, the Today Show, Good Morning America, NBC Nightly News, The Late Show with David Letterman, CBS This Morning, Dateline, CNN, and the Discovery Networks, Magill is a frequent wildlife analyst for MSNBC. 
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Posted 12/11/18
Environmental portraits tell a story, by allowing a glimpse into the world of another individual, with a depth that surpasses the expressive capacity of a formal portrait. The subject is revealed by the photographer’s use of design, and composition of the background setting, with special attention to light, posture, expression, composition, and rapport. Each element divulges another aspect of the subject’s personality, requiring careful attention to detail. The technical concerns about light, camera angle and lenses, backgrounds, selective focus, and composition can sometimes overshadow the importance of making a connection with another human being. Honoring, respecting, and communicating with your subject are the first steps to making a meaningful, and storytelling photograph. However, it’s imperative to use good lighting techniques, both natural and with flash, to create the mood, and description of the scene, and capture the essence of the subject. Patience and observation help the photographer choose the right time and place, to capture the subject appropriately.
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