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Posted 05/08/12
Join Joey Quintero from Impact Studio Lighting for this in depth class that demonstrates how to light the classic headshot, beauty shot, and the particulars of shooting a fashion catalogue.
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Posted 05/30/12
This episode of Real Exposures brings in B&H maven and fine art photographer Gabriel Biderman to the B&H Studios for a discussion on his night photography and must have equipment.
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Posted 08/04/14
The night may be dark and full of shadows, but night photography expert Gabriel Biderman is here to take the fear and mystery out of photographing at night! Biderman shares some of his favorite images from his new book, Night Photography: From Snapshots to Great Shots, and sheds light on creating inspirational images once the sun goes down.  In this seminar, Biderman will help you look beyond the fleeting moments of time and inspire you to create stunning images that can be captured when you expose for seconds, minutes, and even hours. He expands on his experiences in the night and helps demystify techniques that will help you successfully shoot the moon, capture star trails, cityscapes, and paint with light.  Copies of his brand new book,  Night Photography: From Snapshots to Great Shots,  are available on the B&H website.  Thank you for joining our journey into night photography! For more Visualizing the Night content, please click here: Visualizing The Night and share your enthusiasm for the art below in the comments section or reach out to us on social media using #visualizethenight. Thanks for reading!
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Posted 12/11/14
Painting with light is an exciting and artistic way to portray your subject in a completely unique manner. Using the darkness of night as the backdrop and any subject as the canvas, the photographer works like a painter using flashlight to illuminate, highlight, and emphasize their subject. Using your own light source to illuminate the scene provides unrivaled creativity in rendering your final image. Experimentation with color, intensity and angle of the light source creates limitless possibilities and adds another technique to your portfolio. The tools are simple and the technique easy to master. Come join professional photographer and author Tim Cooper as he shares the tips and tricks to create light-painting masterpieces. Tim Cooper  began his career as a commercial and assignment photographer working with clients such as The North Face, The Ritz Carlton, Vasque boots, 3M, Blue Note Records, and The International Heart Institute. His editorial and commercial photographs have appeared in Travel & Leisure, New York Times Magazine, Outdoor Photographer, Ebony, Fly Rod & Reel, Modern Luxury, and Private Clubs as covers, advertising, art, and editorial illustration.  In addition to commercial work, Cooper has also been involved with the Rocky Mountain School of Photography, since 1993. He has taught workshops, classes, seminars, as well as held the positions of Consultant, Director of Education, Director of the Black and White Program and Director of Digital Imaging. Cooper currently teaches various workshops, classes, and seminars for the school, in addition to writing and consulting on both photographic and digital technologies. He is the author of the training videos Perfect Exposure for Digital Photography, Perfect Composition, and Magic Light, the digital book, Capture Process Print, Complete Photoshop CS4 for Digital Photographers, and his latest book, Night Photography: From Snapshots to Great Shots. Take advantage of Cooper’s love of teaching by joining his online photo club. For a full list of Cooper’s Workshops and Videos, click here.
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Posted 08/01/16
Delve deep into the many aspects of Night Photography with five of the leading experts in this field. Gabriel Biderman, the “guru of gear,” goes over the “Essential Tools” you need to capture successful shots once the sun goes down. Next, Chris Nicholson discusses strategies for “Researching and Scouting” national park photography locations. Learn how to build a plan that gives you structure and leads to the most productive and enjoyable shoot possible. Then, Lance Keimig leads you through the darkness and mystery of night photography by shedding light on what makes a stellar night shot and how to “Provide Visual Distinction.” Tim Cooper takes your night visions to new vistas with his “Light Painting” lecture: best practices, creative use, and being selective with what you reveal and hide. Finally, Matt Hill inspires you to see beyond the sameness by “Applying Your Visual Fingerprint.” Hill will push you to dig deeper and create something unique when you visit a well-known place. For more information, go to National Parks at Night.
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Posted 12/07/17
Today’s cameras allow us to capture night skies in a way that was impossible just a few years ago. Yet night photography does not come without its challenges. In this video, National Parks at Night’s Chris Nicholson discusses topics such as white balance for night skies, shutter speeds for capturing star points, techniques for creating star trails, compositional effects and considerations, how to deal with moonlight and light pollution, post-processing tips and techniques, and more. Chris Nicholson Photography https://www.instagram.com/photographi... http://www.photographingnationalparks... http://www.nationalparksatnight.com/
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Posted 12/26/17
James Schmelzer take you step by step through the theory and techniques behind great studio lighting.
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