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Posted 02/03/21
Anne Belmont’s passion for flower photography shows through her ethereal and magical photos. In this photography seminar, Anne will give a peek into her techniques: how she uses life experiences in her visual storytelling and how she takes risks and experiments. She will also cover how Lensbaby allowed her to create her abstract and fine art photos in-camera, as its lenses allow for a shallow depth of field. We hope this presentation will inspire you with creative photography ideas. Share yours in the Comments section, below! Sponsored by Lensbaby.
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Posted 02/18/18
Lester Lefkowitz covers the concepts of macro photography.
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Posted 01/17/18
In this B&H Event Space video, Jem Schofield, founder of the production company and educational resource the C47, walks you through the challenges of and effective solutions to film production as a solo endeavor or with a small crew. While film production equipment has gotten better and less expensive in recent years, the size of film crews have shrank. Companies are building small in-house production teams to create ongoing and high-quality content for their web and social media outlets, and corporate video production companies have also changed in terms of their structure and resources. Most significant, clients expect higher quality content for the same or less money. In addition to demonstrating specific equipment ideally suited to smaller crew production, including companies such as Triad-Orbit (T-O), for lighting / audio support and grip solutions, and Westcott for lighting and light shaping tools, Schofield discusses the big picture of modern digital camera systems from a technical standpoint. He addresses the realities of production from today into the future, focusing on the tough transitions from standard resolution to full HD to 4K acquisition, post and delivery. After watching, you’ll have a better grasp of how to seek out solutions, as well as how to be more efficient on set when working alone or with a smaller crew.
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Posted 11/19/17
Photography icon Robert Capa once famously said, ‘If your pictures aren’t good enough, you’re not close enough.’ One of the great ways to get people’s attention with your photos is to bring them close to your subject. Getting in close can be achieved with a macro lens or even zooming in close with a long lens. This is a fun and exciting type of photography that anyone can learn. And the best part is, you can take close-up photos anywhere! Learn how to take high-quality photos of small subjects and make a giant impression on your viewer. Jeff Cable, a 5-time Olympic photographer and one of our most popular speakers shares his best tips for getting in close. He will help you understand the challenges and best practices in macro and close-up photography. Jeff Cable Photography http://www.jeffcable.com/phototours http://www.jeffcable.com/
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Posted 08/06/15
Frustrated with taking blurry macro images? In this video, from the 2015 OPTIC Imaging Conference, Roman Kurywczak will teach you how to take stunning, tack-sharp macro images, whether out in the field or in a studio setting. Macro photography can take the viewer into another world and the act of making the images transports the photographer into a shooting nirvana. Roman will show you how to take your macro images to the next level and help you create your own stunning works of art!
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Posted 12/10/14
Imagine yourself a wonderful new world, one so tiny, it is barely visible to the naked eye: A world of magical landscapes, colors and shapes, populated by strange, fascinating creatures, just like in a science-fiction or a fantasy movie. Now imagine that not only this world is not fictional, Hollywoodish, or Photoshopped, it also fits in the palm of your hands, hiding right under your feet, anywhere, and in reach- from the backyard through the parks, fields, and even inside your homes. Nadav Bagim has created a magical wonderland of giant toadstools, pastel skies and brightly-colored flora in which insects and other critters roam.  The Wonderland series presents a remarkable creativity and originality and by using a unique but rather simple and elegant artificial lighting and household objects, from vegetables to plastic bags, Nadav was able to capture all those photos in camera without digital manipulation. In a miniature studio on his kitchen table, he captured praying mantises on mars, romantic snails kissing on a coconut hill, and lots of other surreal scenes. The series has been published in numerous magazines and websites all around the world.  In his presentation, 'A small new world', Nadav will open a hatch to this fascinating world, and will share with you how to create and document this hidden paradise using creativity and a lot of love for the little ones.  Nadav Bagim Nadav Bagim (a.k.a AimishBoy) is not going to write about himself in a third-person style as you would expect from these "about" sections. He will not present himself as a 33 year old who started as a Neuroscience student until he discovered that his real passion lay in the photography world. He will not mention that he is self-taught, because everybody is nowadays, and will not describe how he specializes in macro photography but also enjoys shooting many more objects and subjects that pop into his head- that you will be able to see for yourself in his galleries, lectures and workshops. However, the one thing Nadav is willing to write is a big  Thank You, for taking the time to visit his site and view his photos. He surely hopes you will enjoy them. www.AimishBoy.com
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Posted 07/31/14
The dawn of a new era is upon us.  For more than 100 years, camera companies have been trying to squeeze the best specs into the smallest available formats. Smartphones and point-and-shoot cameras are too limiting, and digital SLRs are too bulky. Enter the Mirrorless Generation. Now, we can pack big image quality into a small, travel-friendly package. Whether you are looking for a new camera or one to complement your existing system, Gabriel Biderman will help you wade through the latest crop of mirrorless cameras. With some companies offering up to five levels of mirrorless cameras, we will focus on the higher-end ones that Biderman feels can replace your DSLR—in most situations. 
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Posted 03/16/14
In this lecture, Philip Bloom provides an examination of what the options out there are for people wishing to move to the next level from Video DSLRs.
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Posted 01/30/14
Tim Cooper, introduces you to the fascinating world of Macro Photography.
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