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Posted 07/04/17
In this B&H OPTIC 2017 event video, award-winning National Geographic photographer Jeff Mauritzen shares his views on travel photography. Having worked in just about every climate and environment imaginable, Mauritzen offers advice on how to choose the best gear for your needs and how to capture the best imagery, whether you’re working in Antarctica or deep in the steamy tropics.
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Posted 07/12/17
In this B&H-sponsored OPTIC 2017 presentation, photographer Brooks Jensen discusses what he calls “The Spectrum.” Topics include our perceptions of what makes for “good print presentation,” i.e., matting, print numbering, and other codified practices. Also discussed are the differences between the image and the print, which is an implementation of the image, print media, offset printing (magazines, books), iPads, and other mobile devices, and the history of photographic presentations.
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Posted 06/14/17
In this B&H OPTIC 2017 video, photographers Jill Mann and Kyla Trethewey—who together produce the website and travel adventure series “Our Wild Abandon”—have helped change the way manufacturers market their products. In this video, Mann and Trethewey describe how “Our Wild Abandon” came into being, how it evolved, how manufacturers use their talents, and where they hope to take their online marketing vehicle.
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Posted 06/08/17
N ational Geographic photographer Alison Wright specializes in documenting traditional cultures around the world through her portraits of people. She was named National Geographic Traveler of the Year, in 2013, and her photographs illustrate the passion and purpose she brings to her mission. In this video, Wright shares some of her travel stories, in addition to her insights about how she approaches people from all walks of life and makes them feel comfortable in front of the camera. Wright also explains how to use composition, gesture, emotion, and lighting to capture a meaningful photograph. Learn how your camera can become a window into the lives of others and how to create a universal human connection through an image.
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