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Berty Mandagie discusses film photography tips that beginners need to know! 0:00 - Intro 0:14 - Tip 1 - Shoot with Confidence 0:36 - Tip 2 - Know Your Camera 1:06 - Tip 3 - Try Them All 1:43 - Tip 4 - Prime Lens 1:59 - Tip 5 - Remember Your Camera Settings 2:35 - Final Thoughts What are your final thoughts? Tell us how you really feel in the Comments section, below!
Join George Tice as he discusses his photography career, from its beginnings to his various photography assignments through the years. What has most inspired you about George Tice’s career? Join us in conversation in the Comments section, below!
In this class, newborn and family photographer Sandra Coan explores the benefits of film photography. She highlights the differences between film and digital photography, discusses the three things you need to know to get started, and delves into topics like metering for color, black & white, and slide film, when to use small, medium, and large format, and more.
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With very practical tips thrown into the mix, wedding photographer Karen Hill provides us with an exemplary version of a wedding-day timeline. She outlines the important sequences of a wedding-day shoot and the time she normally allots to each. Scouting, planning your moves and avoiding time snares—even if it means being polite but firm—are crucial to ensure that you are available to get the truly important shots. Regardless, Hill reminds us that “every wedding has its flow and it’s my job to tap into that flow.”