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Posted 07/13/20
In this photography talk, professional photographer Esteban Gil discusses how he creates his dramatic portraits using high speed sync (HSS), using as examples his camera settings, gear, and overall photographic process.
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Posted 02/24/16
Effective lighting doesn’t have to be complex; it just has to serve the story. In the following video, Chase Kubasiak, from Zacuto, shows four simple cinematic lighting looks and how they were created. The video covers popular sci-fi, noir, romance, and horror looks, with Kubasiak providing a detailed breakdown of the techniques and equipment used for each. Throughout the process, you’ll learn some simple, yet effective, solutions that can be applied to a variety of lighting scenarios. 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 01/25/16
In the following video, Doug Guerra takes on the ubiquitous on-camera light and demonstrates five other ways to use this normally utilitarian fixture. Using the Litepanels Brick to illustrate his points, Guerra explains the general advantages of freeing the on-camera light from your camera, while highlighting some of the strengths of the Brick light unit itself. So sit back, enjoy, and let these five suggestions inspire you to even more creative uses for your on-camera light. 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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