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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 05/14/20
Whether you’re looking for an opportunity in commercial photography or seeking out creative photography ideas, this tutorial is for you! We teach you how to create paint cloud photos, from photo shoot to Photoshop. Also check out these other  At-Home videos  for more ways to help you stay creative at home.
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Posted 02/26/19
Once again, photographer and educator Tim Grey is here to teach you how to take full advantage of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom’s massive tool set. Today, Grey is focusing on presets, explaining why you should use them and how to start creating your own. For more Lightroom tutorials and tons of other educational videos, make sure you drop by BandH.com.
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Posted 12/28/18
In this video, photographer David Flores shares five tips for taking sharper photos. From bumping up your shutter speed to tightening up your photos with Photoshop effects, these techniques will help you achieve those sharp images you’ve been seeking. Come back and view more of our videos, at BandH.com.
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Posted 08/14/18
In this video, photographer David Flores demonstrates how to digitize film slides with the Nikon ES-2 Digitizing Adapter. He discusses some of the techniques he uses for capturing the best image possible from each slide, including shooting in raw format, using a compact lens, lighting your slides with an LED, enabling autofocus, and more. Check it out! 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 07/25/18
Join B&H’s Gabe Biderman, Lance Keimig, Matt Hill, and Todd Vorenkamp as they guide a group of night-photography enthusiasts around Brooklyn to capture some of its most famous vistas—from DUMBO to Brooklyn Bridge Park. This is a great video if you want to know how to shoot effectively at night, and there are some great tips on how to process your photos once you have finished your nighttime photo safari. We hope you enjoy the video, that it inspires you to take your own nighttime group photo walk, and invite you to view the wide selection of other instructional and informative videos at BandH.com. Read more about night photography here.
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Posted 09/25/15
In the following video, Allan Weitz gives us a demonstration of the nifty little Lumu Light Meter for iOS devices. The video dives right into the meter’s exceptionally compact design and operation, as well as its accuracy to within 1/10 stop. Weitz also walks us through working with the free Lumu apps and the variety of different capabilities and settings accessible, including both incident and reflected readings. Finally, he details the memory features, which enable averaging and contrasting different measurements, as well as storing data on camera, location, and personal notes. 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 09/10/15
With the recent announcement of the a7SII, Kenta Honjo from Sony talks with us today about what’s new with the a7SII. Featuring 4K video can now be recorded internally at 30p or 24p up 100 Mbps.
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Posted 08/28/15
Susan Stripling offers a brief and spot-on set of practical tips for anyone considering or starting their own wedding photography business. Whether you want to shoot the occasional wedding or open your own studio with employees, Stripling’s down-to-earth pointers will put you on the right path.
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Posted 06/30/15
New York City-based wedding photographer Ryan Brenizer starts this very informative tutorial with a piece of information familiar to any photographer—most of your time working on a job will be spent in front of a computer. Therefore, it is crucial to develop a system to streamline your workflow while guaranteeing the safety of your images. Using Carbon Copy Cloner to back up images, Brenizer then edits with Photo Mechanic and begins to process images in Lightroom, where he provides detailed and nuanced explanations of the tools available to quickly and effectively get the most from your large group of photos. He then moves to Photoshop for specific detailed fixes that would take longer in Lightroom. Tips regarding the light qualities of specific cameras, measuring white balance on black items, batch processing, and “editing in” go a long way to speed your process and improve your images and overall presentation.
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