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Posted 08/01/19
Fine art photographer John Paul Caponigro found a love for printed photographs at a young age. In the age of digital photography, he believes printed images connect people to the photographs that viewing them on a screen cannot provide, especially when looking at fine art photography. After hearing Caponigro’s explanation for why printing is so important, will you start printing your photographs? Let us know in the Comments section, below! See John Paul Caponigro's work by clicking here. Subscribe to the B&H Photo YouTube Channel Follow us on Social Media https://www.facebook.com/bhphoto https://www.instagram.com/bhphoto https://twitter.com/BHPhotoVideo
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Posted 12/22/17
In this video, renowned photographer Pete Souza sits down to reflect on his time at the White House, photographing President Obama. Using intuition and professional judgment, Souza captured 1.9 million frames across the eight years of Obama's tenure, giving him a unique, personal perspective on the President.
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Posted 07/11/17
In this B&H Prospectives video, we sit down with world renowned artist and photographer Art Wolfe, who discusses his influences, outlines his creative process, and shares how he has sustained his career over the past four decades. The early advice of his college painting professor to constantly push himself in different directions has allowed Wolfe to remain inspired throughout 40 years of world travel and countless creative projects. With an underlying mission to inspire, educate and inform his audiences, and to surprise people by showing common subjects in a slightly different way, Wolfe has drawn upon his knowledge of the art world to find a visual voice. In this episode, watch him describe how he predetermines what he wants from a scene by anticipating and executing at the same time, and how his refusal to be confined to a specific subject matter has allowed him to take his work in any direction he chooses.
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Posted 07/10/17
In this B&H Prospectives video, we catch up with Academy Award-winning cinematographer Russell Carpenter, ASC, who describes his philosophy, breaks down his process and shares some indelible filmmaking experiences, along with valuable wisdom for creatives in all disciplines. As the guardian of the director’s intent, Carpenter talks about how he wears at least four hats on set, as a storyteller, a technician, a manager of time and resources, and a politician—especially when things aren’t going the way one might have hoped. From pre-production through post, and even continuing until just before the film is released, Carpenter offers insight into the cinematographer’s role in bringing a director’s vision to life.
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