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2,192 Views· Posted 11/07/2018
Get a behind-the-scenes look at our portrait and interview series, “What is Photography?” We gathered celebrated photographers, editors, curators, and artists for this ongoing series, and we speak with photographer Cory Rice and producer John Harris about their goals for this project, their aesthetic decisions, and the incredible group of photo professionals who attempted to answer the deceptively simple question: what is photography?
934 Views· Posted 08/01/2019
Fine art photographer John Paul Caponigro found a love for printed photographs at a young age. In the age of digital photography, he believes printed images connect people to the photographs that viewing them on a screen cannot provide, especially when looking at fine art photography. After hearing Caponigro’s explanation for why printing is so important, will you start printing your photographs? Let us know in the Comments section, below! See John Paul Caponigro's work by clicking here.
465 Views· Posted 02/06/2018
Join legendary photographer and lighting expert Gary Fong as he shows us how to create dramatic lighting effects, anywhere or anytime, using on and off-camera flash and modifiers in conjunction with High-Speed-Sync to completely control, mix, and shape your portrait photography. Among the techniques covered are: how to create blue skies on a cloudy day, how to create dramatic black-and-white portraiture in broad daylight; how to turn an ugly background into a spectacularly dramatic background. We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to
363 Views· Posted 02/09/2018
In this video, Lori Nix will give an overview of the different bodies of work she has completed since the mid-1990’s. She discusses how they have a natural progression, one to the next, and their evolution and inspiration behind each group of images.
252 Views· Posted 05/01/2018
You’ve put all your effort and artistic vision into capturing an image, post-processing it to perfection and printing it on a luscious fine art paper. One final hurdle and you can hang that print proudly on a gallery wall! In this presentation, award-winning photographer and Moab Master photographer, Les Picker, will walk you through the last stages before displaying your print: matting and framing. Whether you intend to do this yourself, hire a local framing shop, or simply order the pieces online and assemble them in your home or studio,
168 Views· Posted 04/30/2019
The world of fine art photography is transforming as rapidly as the commercial marketplace. Creating and properly marketing a body of fine art work can be instrumental in developing multiple revenue streams to support your business while at the same time keeping your vision fresh and alive. What is a fine art photograph? What is the correct market for your fine art work and how do you reach that market? How should you present your work to galleries, and create marketing materials and a Web site? What expectations does a gallery have, and what
154 Views· Posted 10/25/2018
Meet Gabriel Biderman, a renowned night photographer whose work has been featured in multiple exhibits in San Francisco, New York, London, and Hawaii—to name a few. Working for the B&H Marketing team, Biderman gets to share his passion with coworkers, customers, and collaborators. We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of other instructional and informative videos at BandH.com. To read more about B&H employees who are involved in creative endeavors, just
For artists and photographers who make their art on paper, a key consideration is how it will be displayed later. In this B&H video, Barrie Lynn Bryant demonstrates viable options for artists and photographers to use for displaying their works with the art of framing. 0:00 - Introduction 1:30 - Bryant’s Intro 5:36 - Frame History 8:03 - Displaying Your Work with the Community 11:21 - Studying Framing 18:47 - Printing and Shrink Wrapping 21:10 - What Goes into Framing 29:50 - Printing on a Prism Jet Printer 32:02 - When to Use a Picture
Watch this B&H video, and learn how fine art photographer Anya Anti retouches her surreal and dreamy photos using Adobe Photoshop. Anti shares tips about aspects of her photos such as her workflow, cleaning up her backgrounds, how to deal with facial complexion, and more. 0:00 - Introduction 0:25 - Tip 1 1:26 - Tip 2 3:20 - Tip 3 4:10 - Tip 4 4:48 - Tip 5 5:20 - Final Thoughts Click here to watch how Anti plans and
Dive into the world of fine art photography with Anya Anti as she shares her tips on concept portraits, from planning to photoshoot. 0:00 - Introduction 0:25 - Does Gear Matter? 1:28 - Concepts and Storytelling 2:50 - Planning 3:55 - Props 4:55 - Your Subject and Concept 5:29 - Final
From skate and street photography to fine art and portraiture, east coast to west coast, and fresh from capturing the stunning aerial image of South L.A. used in this year’s iconic big game halftime show, Stephen Vanasco has spent the last two decades ahead of the photography curve. We sit down with Vanasco to talk about his far-reaching body of work and the creative process behind it all. Join us for more stories from the industry’s most dynamic minds. 0:00 - Introduction 4:33 – Vanasco’s L.A. Inspirations 14:06 - Why Use Leica? 22:27 - How
Join photographer Stephen Mallon as he shares his experiences photographing industrial landscapes such as bridges, trains, boats, and subway cars, and explains how he uses those subjects in his images.