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Posted 06/15/21
Once your photoshoot is done, it’s time to choose your images and prep them for retouching! Headshot photographer Peter Hurley goes through his post shoot workflow, step by step. What are your takeaways from this video? How will you be incorporating elements of Peter’s process into your own? Engage with us in the Comments, below. Want to learn more from Peter Hurley? Watch the rest of the episodes in this series: Part 1: Natural & Continuous Lighting for Headshots Part 2: Speedlights & Strobes for Headshots Part 3: Directing & Posing for Headshots Part 4: Camera Gear & Settings for Headshots
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Posted 05/03/21
Visual storyteller Paola Franqui, aka Monaris, shares her portrait photography tips when taking pictures of strangers through reflections. Which tips are new to you, and which will you be applying to your own photos? Share them in the Comments section, below, along with any other recommendations you may have.
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Posted 03/05/21
Portrait photographer Claudia Paul shares her tips on how to shoot portraits of non-models, such as making a connection with your clients and making them feel comfortable. Tell us how you plan to apply these tips in the Comments section, below.
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Posted 02/25/21
Portrait Photographer Jerry Ghionis explains how to pose your clients so they always looks good! We hope you enjoy this video, and we invite you to view the wide selection of other instructional and informative videos at BandH.com. Do you have any tips for posing your portrait clients? Please share them in the Comments section!
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Posted 02/24/21
Profoto has unveiled the Pro-11 2400 AirTTL Power Pack, adding AirX connectivity as well as a variety of internal and external design upgrades to its flagship power pack. A familiar sight on fashion, action, and high-speed photo sets, Profoto’s power packs have earned their namesake, providing dependable, top-tier performance on some of the most demanding jobs in the photo industry. Capable of firing as fast as 1/80,000 second, the Pro-11 is equipped to capture even the most elusive subjects with ease. The addition of AirX functionality not only opens the door to wireless communication with AirX-enabled devices, but also simplifies firmware updates, making it easier than ever to ensure your gear is working at the highest possible level. What's New? AirX Compatibility Adding AirX Bluetooth functionality places the Pro-11 in the company of Profoto’s most technologically advanced lighting tools and “future-proofs” its operation. The AirX App can be used to adjust settings using mobile devices from a distance of up to 100 feet Firmware updates can now be performed without needing to go through the hassle of a USB interface Joins A10 and B10 strobes to form the basis of an AirX ecosystem AirX supports all legacy Air and AirTTL equipped devices Redesigned Exterior The Pro-11 maintains a familiar design while implementing a number of tweaks to streamline workflow on set. Bolder, brighter, easier-to-read typeface on the LCD for monitoring settings Improved buttons in line with Profoto’s latest light models Minor changes to user interface for adjusting settings New sound cues Upgraded Interior A number of tweaks under the hood have been added to the Pro-11 to improve safety and performance, including: Protective earth is now separated between flash circuits and logic to reduce the risk of exploding flash tubes Creepage distances between high-voltage circuits and protective earth are increased to reduce risk of short circuit from internal condensation Dump circuit redesign New panel, flash, and power circuit boards Taking the Best from the Pro-10 The Pro-11 shares many of the features that have made its predecessor a rental-house favorite, including its 2-outlet, 2400Ws design, 0.02-0.7s recycle times, and 11-stop power range in 1/10-stop increments. Capable of quick bursts up to 50 flashes per second, the Pro-11 can handle even the fastest subjects with ease. In addition to its built-in wireless capabilities, the Pro-11 also features a ¼" sync socket and USB port. For continuous applications, it can provide a maximum power of 2 x 500W. A fan is incorporated into its build for cooling. Profoto Ecosystem The Profoto name has become synonymous with the highest-quality lighting tools available to professional photographers. The Pro-11 is compatible with multiple heads and more than 120 light-shaping tools capable of producing nearly any lighting setup you can imagine. By leveraging the power of AirX, AirTTL, and Air technologies, the Pro-11 can be seamlessly integrated into existing Profoto lighting kits, adding a boost of power and the latest technology to personal and rental kits alike. Have you used Profoto’s power packs on set? Share your experiences and thoughts on the company's latest flagship in the Comments section, below!
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Posted 02/19/21
Portrait and wedding photographer Kesha Lambert talks about her career progression from lawyer to Sony Artisan of Imagery and shares her five tips for posing couples in order to get beautifully candid images during a photoshoot. What tips do you have for couples or wedding photography? Share them in the Comments section, below.
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Posted 02/08/21
Great portrait photography comes of careful planning and keeping your eye on specific details, such as lighting, posing, using complementary backdrops, and camera placement. In this B&H video, Jeremy Cohen shares five tips that will help you improve your portrait photography, from how to direct a model to the benefits of framing and using a wide aperture to allow for selective focus. Follow us for more instructive videos, at BandH.com. Do you have any tips for intermediate portrait photographers? Share them in the Comments section.
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Posted 02/05/21
Portrait photographer Shotti shares his techniques for utilizing negative space in your portraiture, from photo composition to visual storytelling. Join in the conversation—share your own tips on incorporating negative space in your portraits in the Comments, below.
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Posted 01/31/21
Go behind the scenes with Maria Perez as she shares her snow photography ideas, as well as camera settings, gear, and the meticulous planning and preparation that goes into a winter photoshoot. You can even do this photoshoot at home, in your neighborhood or right in your own backyard. Are you a snow photographer? Care to tell us about your adventures making photos in and around snow? Tell us all, in the Comments section, below, and be sure to come back to BandH.com for more video tips and solutions. 
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Posted 01/29/21
Professional photographer and post-production wizard Scott Kelby shares five flash photography tips to help bring your portraiture from amateur to amazing. From camera settings to gear, you’ll learn how to utilize flash both in the studio and in the great outdoors! Which do you prefer: indoor or outdoor portraits? What sort of flash do you use, and how do you use it for portraiture? Tell us about your preferences and experiences in the Comments section, below. 
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