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See how refraction works and how to be creative with it in your photography. There are various ways you can use this phenomenon, such as with water drops, a glass ball, or even a glass of water. These photography tricks work for either outdoor or indoor photography, so let your creativity flow! Also check out these At-Home videos for more ways to help you stay creative at home.
Just because we can’t travel right now doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy outdoor photography! During this DIY home photo shoot, Maria Perez talks about long-exposure photography settings (such as ISO, aperture, and shutter speed) and recommends gear to use, such as an ND filter. Watch along as she experiments with photographing a DIY waterfall, a bonfire, and light painting. Check out these At-Home videos for more ways to help you stay creative at home and let us know how you'll
Looking for things to do when you’re bored and social distancing? Get your family or roommates involved with some portrait photography! Maria, with her roommate as her model, shares some of her ideas for home portrait photography. Using natural light, she demonstrates a few DIY lighting tips, as well as photography tricks using props from your backyard. Check out these At-Home videos for more ways to help you stay creative at home. Let us know in the Comments section, below
2 Views· Posted 03/20/2020
Professional photographer Rebecca Yale teaches you how to improve your photography techniques by understanding visual language. The lecture will go over everything from using posing, framing, lighting, and composition to create stronger images. Yale also discusses how she became a professional luxury wedding photographer. More B&H Event Space: - Wedding Videography: The Do's and Don’ts -
Sony Artisan Scott Robert Lim demonstrates why he uses continuous light over flash photography. This photography seminar will cover portrait photography tips such as optimal camera settings and photography lighting setups in a variety of situations. Sponsored by Light & Motion More portrait photography webinars - Continuous Lighting for Celebrity Portraiture with Mark Mann
297 Views· Posted 09/02/2019
Sony Kando is a week-long experience for photographers and videographers to learn and network with fellow creatives. B&H's Jake Estes used his time at Kando 3.0 to learn about everything from long exposure and wildlife photography to portraiture and more. He spent the week in Oregon, learning from Sony Artisans such as Katrin Eismann, Colby Brown, and Sara France, and talking with Sony Alpha Collective members and photographers from around the world. Check out the video to see how it went!
176 Views· Posted 06/24/2019
Learn how to step into the worlds of Makers and Craftsmen. Cultural photographer and Leica Ambassador Adam Marelli will teach you everything you need to do before, during, and after you gain access into workshops around the globe. Drawing on his professional experience as an architectural consultant and artist, he will take you through step-by-step preparation from how to gain access to closed locations and what techniques to use in the mixed lighting of workshops. He discusses the philosophies that many craftsmen share, along with the very
1,791 Views· Posted 06/20/2019
In this B&H interview, wedding/portrait photographer Sam Hurd offers five simple tips to help you add a creative element to location portraits in any environment. When shooting with a prime lens and shallow depth of field, mask distracting elements from a scene by holding the side of a basic cell phone in front of your lens, creating a reflection on demand. A six-inch triangular glass
136 Views· Posted 05/22/2019
Travel offers extensive opportunities—and challenges—for the photographer. Whether your interests are a casual record of your family trip, or a serious visual exploration of a place far from home, this presentation will provide practical tips and visual stimulation so that you come home with pictures you can be proud of. Lefkowitz covers: pre-trip planning; what to take and how to pack; foreign travel considerations; interacting with and photographing the "locals;" time of day and weather issues; finding the good spots; protecting digital
Esta clase fue una introducción de las reglas básicas en la producción fotográfica de un paisaje natural.
203 Views· Posted 09/14/2018
Come join award-winning headshot photographer, Rod Goodman, as he goes behind the curtain to shed light on the creation of a headshot. With an emphasis on capturing the essence of a subject while creating a marketable headshot, Goodman will discuss both the technical and creative aspects of this subtle art form. Topics will include: camera equipment choices, lighting, exposure settings, retouching and photographer-client dynamics - both with before & after examples, among others. Rod Goodman Photo:
42 Views· Posted 08/28/2018
Jeff Cable shares his techniques for obtaining the best composition and lighting to capturing and tell the story of the event. He goes over his camera settings, lens choices, and explain how he works with multiple flashes. Jeff Cable Photography https://www.jeffcable.com/
92 Views· Posted 08/22/2018
Jeff Cable shares his techniques for capturing wildlife with fast and slow shutter speeds & in locations from your local zoo to the African plains. Jeff Cable Photography https://www.jeffcable.com/
21 Views· Posted 05/15/2018
This project documents photographer Eliseu Cavalcante's 2,500-mile journey by riverboat down the length of the Amazon River and its tributaries to capture the life of the people who live on its shores.
Mel DiGiacomo has been a top pro for years, and gets access to events like the US Open that other photographers can only dream of (in fact, he is the only photographer in the Tennis Hall of Fame). But when budding photographers think him lucky, and ask him how they can get that same access, assuming that it is the access that drives his success, he explains the VIP access myth: It is not the access that gets him the great shots; it is his great, consistent work that gets him the access. Before you aim high you have to start small, and in this