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Posted 10/03/17
In this B&H Event Space video, nature and wildlife photographer Chris Nicholson, who is the author of Photographing National Parks and a partner and instructor with National Parks at Night, discusses the best way to approach and photograph Maine’s Acadia National Park. Topics include finding your way around the park’s 27-mile Park Loop Road, 57 miles of rustic roadway, and 120 miles of hiking trails, not to mention the best spots for fishing and photographing seascapes. Also joining him is travel photographer Susan Magnano, who is the co-founder of PhoTour Adventures and an expert on photographing Acadia National Park all year ’round.
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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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