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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 06/20/16
In the following video, Doug Guerra, from B&H, introduces six basic rules of video composition. Covering concepts such as the Rule of Thirds, headroom, and the 180-Degree Rule, Guerra explains what the rules are and why they should be followed. Once you know the rules, you can produce better-looking video content, as well as know how and when to break the rules. 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 09/11/14
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 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 12/05/13
Presented by Tamaron Tamron’s “Eleven Simple Secrets for Better Photos” seminars are designed for anyone who wants to take better photos of the things that mean most to them.
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Posted 05/09/13
The 15 DSLR Features That Every Photographer Should Know
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Posted 05/05/13
"After 30+ years as a consultant to photographers worldwide, Selina knows Creatives and our industry inside and out. Her latest body of work centers around the #1 issue that all photographers need to address:"
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Posted 03/12/13
Looking at Ansel Adams: The Photographs and the Man
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Posted 11/25/12
"Qualities of Light, Composition & What's in My Bag and Images from his New Book, Hidden Alaska: Bristol Bay and Beyond"
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