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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 07/06/17
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. When Galileo first championed Heliocentrism during the scientific revolution of the seventeenth century humanity strived to know exactly what the sun is and how it works. Over the next several hundred years we have inched closer and closer in our pursuit to touch the face of this celestial body and with the help of modern advancements in technology, we now have unprecedented access and information which helps us further our goal. In August 2017 all eyes will once again point starward in order to observe the first solar eclipse over the United States in a generation. B&H is proud to host NASA ambassador Margarita Kraynova as she helps us understand some fascinating facts about this big ball of plasma. The presentation will begin with a discussion about the size of the sun in relationship to the Earth in order to show how small and far away we are. We will also cover spectroscopy where we will discuss how astronomers use light to determine star composition. Moreover, Margarita discusses the life cycle of stars and the ultimate fate of our sun. We will conclude with a discussion about the upcoming eclipse, showing a simulation of what it will actually look like in August. B&H has a host of equipment to allow you to photograph, make video, and experience this once in a generation phenomena. This video will give you a background so that when you use this gear, you will have a fundamental understanding of exactly what you are recording. Interested in Solar Photography? Check Out- Understanding Solar Photography: https://youtu.be/SKMk-vsVvMw
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Posted 07/18/17
Master photographer, Jared Platt will shows you how he uses his Speedlites to create beautiful light even in the harshest lighting conditions.
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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 09/17/17
In this video Eileen Rafferty introduces the language of the photograph and discuss the important elements to address in a constructive photographic critique.
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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 11/29/17
In this B&H Event Space video, photographer Lester Lefkowitz gets into the nitty-gritty of earning money with your camera. Geared for full- and part-time photographers, subjects covered in this video include figuring out pricing, negotiating strategies, writing up contracts and other legalities, pre- and post-photography issues, model releases, and tax-related issues.
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Posted 12/03/17
In this video, Deborah Gilbert discusses both sides of the coin to help you figure out if art fairs are for you, and if they are, how to make them work for you.
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Posted 01/30/18
In this B&H Event Space video, photographer (and Director of Production at JUICE Pharma Worldwide’s B12 Studio) Michael Kaminski discusses his travels to Havana, Cuba, where he has been photographing the “everyday people” who make up the fabric of Cuban society. Consciously trying to avoid the typical “touristy” photographs of old cars and other colorful-though-trivial photographs of Cuba, Kaminski’s personal challenge was to capture “non-typical” photographs from pre-dawn through midnight.
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Posted 01/30/18
In this B&H Event Space video, wedding photographers Laibel and Chana Schwartz show you how to create great portraits in less than desirable environments, allowing you to come away with happy customers, as well as elements for a noteworthy portfolio. During this presentation, the Schwartzes discuss the seven techniques they use to produce beautiful portraiture in any setting, despite tacky backgrounds. Learn their tips for finding your happy spot, thinking outside your box, changing your perspective, styling things yourself, or even hitting the road and leaving the event hall. After watching, you’ll walk away with the tools in your pocket to create images that transcend their origin and come alive in your camera.
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