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Posted 06/21/17
Before you go out with your camera, do you think about what it is that you’re planning to photograph? For Fujifilm X-photographer Ruddy Roye, this starts with the lens he selects, based on his understanding of the subject matter in his frame. In this presentation for B&H’s 2017 Optic conference, Roye discusses his framing and lens choices for a series black-and-white portraits that he shot on assignment in Atlanta, Georgia. Roye’s go-to lens for portraits and street photography is the Fujifilm 23 mm f/2, a wide-angle 35mm equivalent lens that lets every one of his images communicate the powerful stories of both his subject and the environment they inhabit. After watching this video, you’ll have a better appreciation for how to select the right lenses and other photographic tools for success in your own work.
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Posted 08/06/15
From the 2015 OPTIC Imaging Conference, photographer Laurie Klein expresses her experience with and enthusiasm for infrared photography and discusses how to select the right infrared equipment for landscape photography. She also delves into different methods and techniques to capture perfect images in varying light and situations. Whether you're a newbie or an experienced photographer, if you're interested in learning more about this artistic medium and unique look, this presentation will refresh your photography.
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