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From the accessories you need, to keeping your workspace clean, Tony Gale shares five must-know tips for photographing liquids, splashes, and pours. 0:00 - Introduction 0:10 - Speedlight 0:27 - Remote 0:41 - Keeping Your Studio Clean 0:58 - Keeping Glass Clean 1:19 - Objects 1:39 - Final Thoughts To learn more, join Tony Gale on June 12th, at 3:00 PM on BH Event Space. Are you ready to get creative with photographing liquids in motion? Let us know in the Comments section, below.
Everyone has come across a situation in which having the right equipment for the job makes all the difference. Join content creator and streaming pro Aaron Parecki as he demonstrates some of his favorite setups for streaming and recording video, using lights from SmallRig. 0:00 - Introduction 2:18 – Close-up Setup 9:17 - Studio Setup/Rig Setup 14:37 - White Balance Settings 24:05 - What Comes with the SmallRig Lights / 1 vs. 2-Light Setup 31:04 - Stage Lighting and White Balance Tips 39:09 - The Different SmallRig Lights 44:35 - Daylight vs.
In Part 2 of this four-part series, Sony Artisan of Imagery Tony Gale teaches you the basics of creating portraits in a studio setting. 0:00 - Introduction 5:40 - Studios: What to Know About Studios 13:38 - Planning & Gear 21:14 - Lighting 27:28 - Controlling the Background 35:55 - Controlling the Light 45:54 - Studios that You Can Rent with Props and Sets 45:53 - Final Thoughts Watch Part 1: The Portrait Series Part 1:
Why should you start tethering your camera to a computer during your portrait shoots? There are a few solid reasons. FUJIFILM X CREATOR @Shotti NYC discusses tethering’s advantages, and he shares some additional tips. 0:00 - Introduction 0:38 - Why Tether? 2:04 – Shotti’s Gear 2:55 - Capture 1 3:34 - X-H2S & Wireless Tethering 4:34 - Final Thoughts Sponsored by
New AI technology from Imagen can help cut down the time you spend culling photos. Learn how to utilize modern technology to enhance and speed up your photography workflow, from start to finish. 0:00 - Introduction 2:31 - The Classic Workflow 8:59 - Time Behind the Camera vs. Editing 10:30 - The Modern Workflow 15:35 - Tools and Services 25:42 - Imagen: Personal AI Profiles 27:52 - Why Imagen 30:04 - Imagen Culling 32:17 - How to Create a Profile 36:25 - How to Upload Your Lightroom Catalog 42:58 - Imagen Saves You Time and Makes You More
Scott Robert Lim is a master of lighting in any location. Watch this B&H video and learn how he utilizes continuous and natural lighting to capture cinematic portraits and candid photos. 0:00 - Introduction and Overview 2:48 - Wedding Photographers Are the Best 5:57 - What Are Cinematic Weddings? 7:52 - Gear 12:46 - Lim’s Techniques 22:59 - Eight Essential Cinematic Weddings Shots 56:08 - More from Lim, and Recap 1:00:01 - Q&A Is there anything you'd like to add from your own experience? Have at it in the Comments section! Sponsored
In part one of this four-part series, Sony Artisan of Imagery Tony Gale teaches you about the planning process for booking a portrait session. 0:00 - Introduction 5:43 - Concept 10:34 - Gear: Camera, Lenses, Lights, and More 26:31 - Cast 34:43 - There Are Many Ways to Find People to Photograph 39:05 - Where is the Photo Shoot? 42:15 - Final thoughts, Q&A Sponsored by
Join us in the mountains of Utah as we share some techniques for improving your framing and adding depth to your landscape photos. 0:00 - Introduction 0:17 - Framing 1:18 - Composition 1:38 - Perspective & Angles 2:05 - Lens Selection 2:40 - Depth
Leica caused a stir this week by announcing its first new Q-series camera in four years: the Leica Q3. The Q3 embodies the same fixed lens, weather-sealed construction, and burst speed as its predecessor, but with some significant upgrades. Leica Q3 Most importantly, Leica replaced the 47.3MP sensor in the Q2 with an enormous,
The FUJIFILM X-S20 was designed for hybrid content creators looking for a feature-packed camera they can take anywhere. Building on the earlier X-S10, the X-S20 upgrades to an X-Processor 5 for faster, more reliable performance, improves in-camera stabilization for cleaner footage, introduces a Vlog Mode for simple recording, and adds a deeper grip for easier handheld use. Perfect for vlogging, travel, or
Canon rounded out its R-series lineup this week with the announcement of the R100 Mirrorless Camera and new RF 28mm f/2.8 STM pancake lens. The R100 is Canon’s smallest and lightest mirrorless camera yet and is the brand’s most entry-level mirrorless camera. It’s the perfect option for anyone just getting into digital photography or trying to move beyond their smartphone.
Posing and guiding is an art form, especially when you are photographing families and children. Family photographer Elena Blair shares eight go-to poses that will capture the family's genuine emotion every time. 0:00 - Introduction 4:27 - Knowing How to Pose is Essential 6:55 - Connection over Perfection 9:36 - Blair's Gear 11:14 - Using Natural Light 12:32 - Blair's Tips 18:17 - Pose 1 - Standing 21:49 - Pose 2 - Transitions/Moving 23:59 - Pose 3 - Making it a Game for Younger Kids 25:27 - Pose 4 - Tickling Kids to Get Them to Smile 27:45 -
Sony has announced the ZV-1 II, the latest in its growing catalogue of cameras for content creation. Descended from Sony's popular ZV-1, the ZV-1 II promises to be an even better compact camera with a bevy of improvements based on user feedback. Improvements include a wider zoom lens with an 18-50mm equivalent focal length―a significant upgrade
Are you planning to photograph jewelry on a model, but feel intimidated by the shine? FUJIFILM X CREATOR @Shotti NYC demonstrates how easy it is to capture these reflective objects while also posing your model. 0:00 - Introduction 0:22 - Lighting 2:09 - Camera and Lens 3:01 - Settings 3:20 - Natural Lighting Tips 3:46 - Types of Metallic Jewelry Colors 4:23 - Posing 5:02 - Final Thoughts Did you find these tips helpful? Do you have any of your own you wish to share? Talk to us in the Comments section, below. Sponsored by
In the final installment of this four-part Introduction to Photography series, Sony Artisan of Imagery Tony Gale breaks down various sources of lighting, from natural light to LEDs to strobes. 0:00 - Introduction 5:07 - Understanding Lighting 11:06 - Quantity and Quality of Light 12:20 - Color of Light 14:20 - Natural Light 23:24 - Available Light 28:48 - Constant Light 33:07 - Speed Lights/Flash 41:07 - Controlling Light 46:17 - Balancing Strobe and Constant Light 48:39 - Q&A Watch Parts 1–3 here: -