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Posted 08/22/14
Following up on Jeff Cable’s “The 15 Features of the DSLR That Every Photographer Should Know,” and “The 15 Features of Photoshop That Every Photographer Should Know,” this presentation covers 15 of the most common mistakes that people make when taking photos. Cable discusses composition, proper use of flash, good focus technique, and much more. As always, with Cable, we know that his stories will be as much fun as his photos. Learn the techniques that pro sports photographers use to get better photos. About Jeff Cable Jeff Cable started his professional photography career in the San Francisco Bay Area, photographing Bar and Bat Mitzvahs. Since then he has earned respect around the globe, capturing images at the 2008 Summer Olympic Games, in Beijing, serving as the official photographer for Team USA Hockey at the 2010 Winter Olympic Games, in Vancouver, and serving as the official photographer for Team USA Water Polo at the 2012 Summer Olympics, in London. Cable is best known for his artistic passion, his easy-going attitude, and his ability to capture the emotion of any moment. He embraced digital cameras before they were widely accepted by the industry, and has continued to leverage the latest in technology to provide the best images with the best equipment. Cable has taught photography classes around the world, and fills his classes with useful information and lots of fun, too. He is one of our most requested speakers at B&H Photo, and when you watch his videos, you will understand why.
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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 02/09/15
You have the new camera. You have the new computer. Now what? Join the Capture One experts as they walk you through the basics of digital workflow using Capture One Pro 8, the professional choice in raw processing software.
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Posted 09/18/14
Brian Smith covers advanced concepts to help you capture images of your travels like never before. He explains how to capture a sense of place, ways to anticipate capturing visual moments, how to approach the locals to come back with great portraits.
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Posted 11/25/14
Legendary actor Alan Arkin is not only a star of screen and television, he is also a skilled and discriminating photographer who has been creating images his entire life. Mr. Arkin had been looking for a camera that matched his creative needs.
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Posted 11/25/14
Imagine a camera that has a Zeiss zoom lens that covers extreme wide angle to telephoto, has a fast aperture, is excellent in low light, and is small enough to travel anywhere you might go- and performs exceptionally.
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Posted 01/30/14
Tim Cooper, introduces you to the fascinating world of Macro Photography.
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Posted 06/25/14
David Hume Kennerly has been shooting on the front lines of history for six decades. He has covered wars and the people who started them, major sporting events including the 1969 Miracle Mets-winning World Series, and every other kind of story imaginable. He has done portrait sessions with kings, queens, presidents, soldiers in the field, and Indonesian fishermen. With the advent of the new technology, Kennerly has become an old dog who has has learned new digital tricks. As his editorial work receded, he turned his attention to the more creative and equally satisfying corporate and non-profit arena. While it might seem that the distance between capturing images from a world summit to creating a new series of Girl Scout cookie boxes might be light years apart, they aren’t. He understood that his skills as a news photographer and documenter of history provided an excellent foundation for other photographic endeavors. In this video presentation, Kennerly shares these experiences, and passes along some great advice for anyone who is enthusiastic about photography and wants to become a better photographer.
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Posted 10/30/14
We will be taking a journey through the history of 3D printing from its infancy to now where it spans the globe in usage and is being used by professionals of every type across verticals. Whether you are a parent interested in learning how 3D printin
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Posted 02/10/14
Andrea will share her images and commentary on this special project as well as give insight to how you too can access places and things to photograph that are normally closed to the general public.
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