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Sekonic Perfect Exposure and Color for Landscape Photography
Why You Need the Sekonic L-758DR and X-Rite ColorChecker Passport Today’s digital cameras are so advanced that every shot should be perfect – shouldn’t they?
Sekonic Make Exceptional Landscapes Happen
Landscape Photography can be challenge for even the best digital camera. You need to use the full dynamic range of your camera and protect those all-important highlights that often make the shot.
Sekonic Adding Fill Flash for Beautiful Ambient Light Portraits
While natural light can be wonderful for portraits, adding some off-camera flash can fill in shadows, shape the face and add a beautiful catch-light to the subject’s eyes. This simple addition can change a portrait from “Ok” to “Wow”!
Bownes The Basics of Portrait Lighting
Join us for this unique presentation starring YOU! (our favorite attendees). Do you have questions on how to best light a face? Or what is the difference between using a softbox vs. an umbrella?
Sekonic, Benro Creating a “Talking Senior Portrait” with Stills and Video
All of today’s cameras and smartphones feature video capture. Why is this important to a portrait photographer? Join host Joe Brady as he shows you how to incorporate video into a portrait shoot and make some money doing it.
X-Rite Color Perfection for Mobile Devices
In our on-the-go, photography-filled world, mobile devices have become one of the most important ways for displaying and sharing our images, but their color accuracy is not perfect. ColorTRUE is the super simple way for professional and enthusiast color perfectionists alike to get unrivaled color accuracy on their mobile devices. Show your TRUE colors – anywhere and everywhere you are!
Bowens Mixing Strobes and Speedlights on Location
Join host Joe Brady as he takes a single Bowens Gemini monolight on location and runs it with a small, yet powerful, battery pack.
PocketWizard Basic Off-Camera Flash for Environmental Portraits
Adding the right amount of flash to your outdoor portraits can help to transform ordinary snapshots into great results.
Sekonic Portrait Style with Aperture and Lens
Many photographers prefer to capture portraits based on a certain look and depth-of-field to create a sense of softness. This approach can produce beautiful results when you have a clear understanding of how the lens focal length, aperture and size of the subject in the frame effects what is in focus and what is not. You may like to think your favorite aperture is f/4, but what does that really mean as you change lenses and the distance to the subject?

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