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Scott Robert Lim is a master of lighting in any location. Watch this B&H video and learn how he utilizes continuous and natural lighting to capture cinematic portraits and candid photos. 0:00 - Introduction and Overview 2:48 - Wedding Photographers Are the Best 5:57 - What Are Cinematic Weddings? 7:52 - Gear 12:46 - Lim’s Techniques 22:59 - Eight Essential Cinematic Weddings Shots 56:08 - More from Lim, and Recap 1:00:01 - Q&A Is there anything you'd like to add from your own experience? Have at it in the Comments section! Sponsored
Join award-winning wedding photographer Andre Brown on his years-long journey of making portraits of men. In this video, Brown shows you how to get better at posing men using lighting, photo composition, cropping, and more. What are your own tips for posing male portrait subjects? Share some in the Comments section!
Continuous lights are a helpful asset for wedding photography and will give the wedding photographer an advantage when dealing with indoor venues. Sara France goes behind the scenes on how to light wedding photos―taking portraits of the bride and groom, families, the reception, wedding details, and more. Tell us how you use continuous lighting in your own wedding photos. Sponsored by Stella Pro Lights
In this presentation, wedding photographer Jason Vinson explores his various one-light portrait setups. By using a constant light source combined with these lighting techniques, you, too, can create dramatic portraits that will wow your clients. Vinson also briefly covers portrait photography gear, settings, and his editing process. What one-light setups do you use? Tell us about them in the Comments section, below. Sponsored by Stella Pro
Whether it's a fashion or wedding photoshoot, portrait lighting and posing can take your photos from okay to great. Professional photographer Roberto Valenzuela takes you behind the scenes to his portrait photography lighting and posing process. You'll learn how to pose and light women and men, from professional models to wedding parties, from in studio to on location. What are some of your own tips for posing and lighting portraits? Share them with us in the Comments area, below. Sponsored by Lexar
Are you photographing your first wedding? Hayden M. Greene shares an in-depth guide on photographing a full wedding, sharing his tips for shooting your first wedding. From meeting the bride and groom to the reception, learn what it takes to photograph an entire wedding. Are you looking to be a wedding photographer? Ask us your questions below!
Canon Explorer of Light and wedding photographer Susan Stripling shares her tips on how to work a wedding photo shoot using the sun as your main light source. What are your tips for natural light photography? Share them with us in the Comments section, below.
Do you wrestle with exposure issues when you photograph people whose skin tones vary? Petronella Lugemwa shares her tips for photographing people with different skin tones, from shooting to editing errors that are commonly made. No matter what a person’s skin tone, these tips will help you balance your editing style with true-to-life color. Do you have any tips for shooting and editing portraits of people who feature a variety of skin tones? Please share them with our readers in the Comments
Portrait and wedding photographer Kesha Lambert talks about her career progression from lawyer to Sony Artisan of Imagery and shares her five tips for posing couples in order to get beautifully candid images during a photoshoot. What tips do you have for couples or wedding photography? Share them in the Comments section, below.
In this B&H Online video, Rebecca Yale shares her wedding photography composition techniques for capturing group portraits. No matter what group size you have or situation you’re in, Yale’s tools and techniques will give you the confidence you need for a successful your pre-wedding photoshoot. Click on the links below to view more of our wedding photography-related videos. Similar photography seminars and tutorials: The Dos and Don'
Looking to get into the wedding photography business, but don’t know how to get started? Professional wedding photographer Kiamarie Stone breaks down the ins and outs of the business side of wedding photography, such as the importance of having a photography website, social media marketing, and personal branding. With Kiamarie's expertise, you'll be on the right path to your new career! After learning how to get started in this field, check out the following on
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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 -
677 Views· Posted 03/12/2020
Wedding filmmaker Matthew Van Ness believes that "it's all about the visuals after a wedding is over." Through his 13 years of experience, Van Ness has learned how to film a wedding in a way that allows the couple to enjoy their once-in-a-lifetime memories for years to come. He will share his wedding cinematography do's and don't's, as well as show a few example of wedding films from his company, MV Film Productions More Wedding Video Tips -
327 Views· Posted 12/04/2019
We try out the Panasonic Lumix S PRO 70-200mm f/2.8 lens, compatible with Panasonic DC-S1, DC-S1H, and
181 Views· Posted 05/02/2019
Photographer Jide Alakja shares five quick tips to create Lightroom presets for your wedding work. Tips includes using complementary colors to improve skin tone and employing vignettes to draw the viewer’s focus to focal point—just to name a few. Check out the full video for additional useful Lightroom techniques.