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Posted 06/04/21
Alexis Cuarezma shares his expertise regarding how to photograph athletes during a commercial photoshoot. Go behind the scenes to learn how to optimize your time with professional athletes while getting incredible images! If you have any questions after viewing this video, please leave them in the Comments section, below.
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Posted 10/23/20
Steve Giralt shares his tips on how to upgrade your beverage photos and videos, from lighting techniques to food styling. Watch this video, then tell us about your own food photography tips and tricks in the Comments, below. Similar tutorials: How to Make Fake Ice Cream for Food Photography Product Photography at Home: Beginner to Advanced Photography Tips: 3 Quick Tips Splash Photography at Home: Photo Shoot and Photoshop Tutorial Focus Stacking for Product Photography: From Photo Shoot to Photoshop Food Videos at Home: How to Make a Recipe Video for Social Media
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Posted 01/28/20
Using the Sony a9 II and FE 400mm f/2.8 lens, Sony Artisan and sports photographer Jean Fruth photographs Montclair State University's ice hockey team, showcasing the camera's strengths for sports photography. More about Jean Fruth: https://www.jeanfruthimages.com/about/index More # AdventureWeek More Sony a9 II videos:- Sony a9II | An Introduction- Sony a9II | First Look with Nick Didlick
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Posted 01/06/20
Doug takes the Canon 1DX Mark III DSLR Camera out for a spin, showing you that "this camera is all about speed." Featuring a 20.1MP sensor with a newly designed low pass filter and a 191-point Dual Pixel CMOS AF system that prioritizes people. The 1DXIII can shoot up to 20 fps in Live View with AF/AE Tracking and can achieve a maximum burst rate of 1000+ images (RAW+JPEG). Video capabilities of the Canon 1DX III include 4K 60p with Canon Log, 10-bit 4:2:2 and 5.5K RAW Video Internal Recording. Click here to learn more at B&H Explora
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Posted 06/13/19
Doug Guerra, from B&H, sits down with Mike Bubolo, from Sony, to talk about the 600mm f/4 GM and 200mm-600mm G. Starting with the long-anticipated 600mm GM, Bubolo and Guerra discuss the impressive features and use cases of the new G Master, including its usefulness in sports and wildlife applications. After that, the guys break down the new G-series 200-600mm lens, discussing its extreme optical quality and professional build.     To learn all about these new Sony lenses, be sure to watch the entire video, and for more informational videos, check out the B&H Online Video Center.  
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Posted 01/23/19
Juliana Broste, better known as “Traveling Jules,” joins the B&H crew for a weekend ski trip with the just-announced Olympus OM-D E-M1X Mirrorless Camera. Broste takes the camera for a wild ride around Killington Mount, in Vermont, as she snowboards and snaps photos with this pro- and action-oriented Micro Four Thirds camera. It’s super fast, has outstanding autofocus, class-leading image stabilization, and numerous other hidden features. Be sure to watch the whole video to learn more about this incredible new camera. If you’re eager to learn more, then explore some of our other videos, at BandH.com. They’re just a couple of clicks away. Behind the Scene
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Posted 11/01/18
If you want better photos, you have to get in close. Join photographer David Flores as he provides details on the massive Sigma 60-600mm f/4.5-6.3 DG OS HSM Sports Lens, a seriously impressive 10x zoom for full-frame DSLRs. Perfect for action, sports photographer Matthew Stith used the lens at a recent soccer match, so be sure to check out the video to see some killer shots. 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 06/29/16
Accomplished sports photographer Al Bello shares his thoughts and feelings on the challenges of capturing some of the most striking sports photos.
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Posted 09/11/14
Watch as Washington, DC-based photographer Tim Cooper as he explains the value of High Dynamic Range (HDR) photography in practical, everyday applications. Cooper walks us through the process, step by step, for measuring the brightest and darkest areas of a photograph and then taking a series of bracketed photographs that can be combined in HDR to compress the dynamic range and render a beautifully exposed image.
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Posted 03/15/12
Join award winning commercial and editorial photographer, Tom Sperduto, as he discusses how to turn your personal projects into profit.
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