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Posted 06/12/17
Join Mike as the talks about how his "Birds Of Stony Brook" personal project came to light and has grown into one of his favorite genres of photography. He'll talk about camera and lens selection and camera settings.
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Posted 07/04/17
How do you get close to people in a foreign culture and make photographs that resonate? In his lecture for B&H’s 2017 OPTIC conference, award-winning photographer Eric Kruszewski addresses this question, sharing tips about opening doors, gaining people’s trust, and making images of strangers with hopes that you’ll part as friends. Against a backdrop of pictures from his travel expeditions and long-term projects, Kruszewski walks you through his learning process for developing relationships and seizing the moment. Featured among his many insights: Click with the person before you click the shutter; and the best opportunity for making a portrait is right after you finish shooting and say thank you. After watching, you’ll have a new understanding of how to engage with the people you meet in your travels, and tips for truly understanding who they are and what they do.
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