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Posted 09/15/14
A photographer's light is our language; we tell our stories with light. So understanding and controlling that light is very important. However, as soon as we master our light... What’s the next step?  This is where most photo shoots go wrong. In this jam-packed and fun two-hour seminar, Fashion/Celebrity photographer Frank Doorhof guides you through many tips that will make your photo shoot go from OK to WOW without breaking the bank. Doorhof talks about using light more creatively, using props, but most of all, how to style your sessions and coach the models to get that one expression and tell that story that will make your shots stand out. Doorhof has a wide area of expertise, ranging from model to street/travel photography, and he specializes in teaching. He  is a KelbyOne instructor, X-rite colorati, Adobe Influencer, DxO image master and has recently been added to the top 100 of most social-media-influential photographers in the world. His book,  “Mastering the Model Shoot,”  has reached bestseller status and is, according to many, one of the best books on the subject. This seminar was based, in part, on that book so if you’re into model/people photography, you can’t afford to miss this video. About Frank Doorhof Both photography and teaching have been in Doorhof’s blood from a very young age. He has released a book called "A Guide to Model Photography,” and nine instructional DVDs, which are sold worldwide. In the studio in Emmeloord, Netherlands, Doorhof teaches workshops on a weekly basis, but he also teaches workshops in other countries, sometimes for manufacturers but also for groups of photographers. In 2010, he was the first European photographer to join Kelby training, a group of the world's best instructors in both photography and retouching. Doorhof shoots mainly with medium format digital cameras—at this moment, a Leaf digital back connected to a Mamiya RZ67ProII, for studio work, and a Phase One DF camera with Leaf back for location work. For sports and other areas of photography that are difficult to shoot with medium format, he uses canon DSLRs. Although Doorhof loves digital photography, he rediscovered analog photography when he switched to medium format, and is shooting film with the RZ67ProII. The scans from the 6 × 7 negatives/slides have a certain look you can’t get with digital cameras, and medium format system film and the digital format are easily combined.
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Posted 04/22/14
In this segment from B&H's "Wedding Event of the Season" seminar, recorded live at the New Yorker hotel, Tim Grey explains-- in great detail and with exceptional clarity-- his optimal workflow for using Lightroom 4.
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Posted 12/18/17
In this B&H Event Space video, photographer and educator Tim Grey demystifies the process of keeping your photos organized by streamlining your workflow in Adobe Lightroom. Starting with an empty Lightroom catalog, Grey’s first recommendation is to take a step back before you click the Import button, and to familiarize yourself with all the details of the program so you truly understand how it works. Some of his other valuable lessons include tips for reviewing photos quickly, insights on making the most of keywords, techniques for unearthing specific photos using metadata and filters, and much, much more. After watching, you’ll have a new appreciation for all the different features Lightroom offers. Using these tools, you’ll be able to refine your workflow so you’ll always be able to find the photo you need, whenever you need it.
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Posted 07/30/17
David Marx demonstrates valuable tools and techniques in Lightroom that you can use to take your landscape photography to exciting new places.
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Posted 09/04/17
After you make hundreds, thousands of spectacular photographs, now what? How do you find and organize them easily? How do you tweak, edit and polish them- and do all of this quickly, efficiently and painlessly? Lightroom is your friend! There is a reason why Lightroom is the go-to software for serious amateurs and pros alike: It’s the multi-tool for the digital photography world. This video shows you all the cool features, from importing to “tweaking”, from making a slide show to uploading to social media; from laying out a fine print to syncing with your smartphone. You will see that, with the proper workflow, you can find any one of thousands of images in ten seconds. That’s a promise! Lester Lefkowitz: http://www.lesterlefkowitz.com/
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Posted 11/07/17
About a year ago top fashion and lifestyle photographer Dixie Dixon created a personal wishlist for what the specs of her dream camera would be, and once she got to use the amazing, new Nikon D850 DSLR she realized it has every single capability she had wished for. She has never been more excited about a new camera! The 45.7 megapixels which allow a wide flexibility in cropping, combined with the auto focusing system, the blazing fast 7FPS, the touch screen, the gorgeous skin tones, and the overall image quality that can only be described as spectacular all allow this photographer to express her vision. Dixie says, "The D850 is the best of both worlds: Image quality and the look of medium format when I want it." In this video, Dixie will give you not only her first impressions, but also show some of the images full of beauty, personality and soul that she has already been able to create with this powerful new tool. ► Dixie Dixon's Video and Photo Work https://vimeo.com/dixiedixon/ https://www.instagram.com/iamdixiedixon/ https://www.dixiedixon.com/
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Posted 02/14/18
In this B&H Event Space video, photographer Joey Quintero walks you step-by-step through how to assemble the network of creatives who are essential to executing a successful fashion photo shoot. To give you a practical behind-the-scenes experience, he brings along some people with whom he regularly works—a fashion stylist, and a professional hair and make-up artist—who get right to work readying the model for the set. Once the makeup and styling are complete, Quintero leads the group through a posing session using a variety of different light modifiers, with live commentary as changes are made. As they work, you will hear input and suggestions from various participants, revealing the real-world processes involved in making a fashion shoot a success.
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Posted 07/11/17
Fashion photographer Lindsay Adler talks about her favorite approaches to creating conceptual, stylized portraits for her subjects including story-telling, styling, mood boards and more.
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Posted 09/14/17
In this video, Matt Kloskowski takes a look at some of the reasons that we start our workflow in Lightroom, but finish it in Photoshop.
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Posted 02/21/18
Great fashion photography reflects and shapes the era in which it is made, from wartime to economic booms, fashion design and the imagery that defines it have shown us where our boundaries lie and how we seek to embrace or break them. A fashion photograph is about lifestyle, desire, fantasy, sensuality, and, unavoidably, the state of commerce. It is about wanting to be the person inside the clothes, or wanting to have one’s life shown within the image. It is also about identity, subculture, and the desire to belong. If you are a student, aspiring photographer, or working professional, building a fashion portfolio that aspires to this standard can be daunting. Thomas Werner, author of the book, The Fashion Image, shares his insight into each of these aspects of fashion and the ways in which you can create innovative shoot concepts to help you achieve your goals. Thomas Werner Photography https://www.instagram.com/thomaswerne...
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