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Posted 08/08/12
Full-Frame Comparison: The EOS 5D Mark III and EOS-1D X
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Posted 07/01/14
Join Gary Fong as he teaches you how to unleash the power of the new Sony Alpha 6000 digital camera. Learn how to take full advantage of its unique and incredible features, such as instant sharing via smartphone with Wi-Fi and NFC, one of the world’s fastest autofocus systems with 179 AF points and 11EPS6, and so much more!
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Posted 07/09/15
In this travel-related video, produced during the 2015 B&H Optic Imaging Conference, photographer Art Wolfe talks about what it takes to become a successful travel photographer. He discusses art education, the connection between painting and photography, developing and pursuing personal interests, the logistics of travel photography, and techniques for creating dynamic travel photographs.
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Posted 08/14/15
The new Sony a7R II Mirrorless Digital Camera  was the star of the show during a live-streaming panel discussion, hosted by B&H, with noted professionals discussing their impressions after using this outstanding camera. We’ve compiled five “takeaways” from the conversation, highlighting the camera’s unique features. The a7R II is the product of two years of intense evolutionary development from a company listening to its customers and incorporating features from the previous a7 models to create a camera without compromise for all photographers and videographers. Sony makes all of the components that go into the a7R II.   Sony has responded to feedback from its customers and created a fast Hybrid Autofocus system with 399 Phase-detection points, spread throughout the frame, and 25 Contrast-detection points. AF and AE tracking has been enhanced and eye-point focus is available for sharp portraits. In addition to the quickly growing set of dedicated Sony FE lenses, autofocus is also supported on newer Canon EF lenses.   The a7R II provides incredibly high ISO sensitivities. Its low ISO capture is virtually noise free and its dynamic range is the equal to any camera available. With a 42.4MP image, there is more flexibility to down-scale and apply noise reduction to match the low light ability of the a7S.   Internal 4K video capture!   Compact size is important, but ergonomics and functionality are more so. The a7R II provides a larger, more stable grip and the updated magnesium-alloy body has improved weather sealing and a robust lens mount for working with large lenses. Shutter vibration is significantly reduced and a silent mode is supported.
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Posted 12/11/14
As a photographer, you’ve probably found that the world of digital photography has opened up tremendous opportunities, but has perhaps also caused you to accumulate many more photographic images than you ever thought possible. You may also feel that you prefer to focus on the creative side of photography, rather than the technical aspects of keeping your images organized. OK, let’s face it. There are some challenges in creating (and following) an image-management workflow that will help ensure you can always find the image you need when you need it. But Tim Grey has some great tips that will help you keep your photos organized and safe. In this session, Grey counts down his top 15 tips for image-management success in Lightroom. Whether you’ve been using Lightroom for years or you are considering adopting this powerful software in your own workflow, you’ll find some great tips you can put to use right away. And perhaps, more importantly, you’ll gain confidence that you can, indeed, achieve image-management success in Lightroom 5!  Tim Grey  is regarded as one of the top educators in digital photography and imaging, offering clear guidance on complex subjects through his writing and speaking.  He has written more than a dozen books on digital imaging for photographers, including the best-selling Real World Digital Photography and Color Confidence. With the help of video2brain, he has produced several dozen video training titles on a wide variety of subjects. Grey has also had hundreds of articles published in magazines, such as Digital Photo Pro, Outdoor Photographer, and others. He publishes the free daily "Ask Tim Grey" email newsletter, as well as the Pixology monthly electronic magazine. Grey teaches through workshops, seminars, and appearances at major events around the world. For more  information about his work, click here.
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Posted 08/25/15
Infusing his chat with practical business and photo skills, St. Louis-area photographer Sal Cincotta talks about lighting, lighting, lighting. He discusses it in terms of branding your business, how to keep your kit portable, highlighting facial types and, really, from every angle imaginable. He details his versatile use of speedlites, the hard-edge style he prefers and the specific tools and modifiers he adds to get each job done. The beauty of Cincotta’s talk is not just his dynamic style, but the no-nonsense advice he offers to wedding and portrait shooters on how to “build” a scene by using flash photography.
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Posted 07/29/15
Along with numerous examples of his gorgeous work, renowned food photographer Andrew Scrivani discusses the core components of good food photography and how to induce the emotions that food arouses. He talks of light play, props, using a darker palette to help colors pop, infusing process shots with artistry, and the importance of telling a story—and selling emotion—with your photographs. Scrivani also invites us to see his work environment and makes clear that with a very basic setup, good styling, and the freedom of handheld shooting, you can create mouth-watering images. We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of other instructional and informative videos at BandH.com.
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Posted 08/04/15
In this video on photo techniques produced during the 2015 B&H Optic Imaging Conference, LIFE and National Geographic photographer, Michael Melford, talks about the masters of landscape photography, what makes for a great image, and techniques to improve your practice. Topics discussed include the importance of creating interesting pictures without getting caught up in the rules of composition, appreciating the work of the masters of painting, and getting the most out of your gear.
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Posted 07/14/15
In this travel-related video, produced during the 2015 B&H Optic Imaging Conference, adventure photographer and filmmaker Lucas Gilman discusses what it takes to become a successful travel and adventure photographer based on your strengths, interests, and the imaging abilities of modern camera technologies.
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