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Featured Photography Program: Brooks Institute Professional Photography ProgramArticle: Teaching Featured Photography Program: Brooks Institute Professional Photography Program
School of Professional Photography Program Director Bill Robbins talks about the school's long tradition of hiring working professionals to teach, its emphasis on business, and its balmy oceanside setting.
Webinar: Lighting for Composite Portraits—Green Screen Your Subject in Any EnvironmentVideo: Lighting Webinar: Lighting for Composite Portraits—Green Screen Your Subject in Any Environment
Wouldn't it be nice to put your subjects in a scene anywhere in the world? A young athlete in a professional stadium filled with fans, a performer on stage with a black-tie audience? Perhaps a travel shot in a South Pacific island? Joe Brady demonstrates
Jeff Curto's Photo History Podcast: Stereography, Standard Subjects, and RephotographyVideo: History, Criticism, and Commentary Jeff Curto's Photo History Podcast: Stereography, Standard Subjects, and Rephotography
Jeff Curto discusses the ideas surrounding stereoscopic photography, the way 19th century photographers handled standard subjects, and the Rephotographic Survey's relevance to photography’s history.
Strictly Business 3: The Basics of Copyright, Licensing, and PricingVideo: Business Practices Strictly Business 3: The Basics of Copyright, Licensing, and Pricing
In this ASMP workshop sponsored by PhotoVideoEDU, Susan Carr covers the essentials of copyright and explains how copyright, licensing, and pricing are connected. Then she offers practical steps for determining your fees.
Basics of MeteringVideo: Exposure and Metering Basics of Metering
Overcome the limitations of your camera's light meter. Join photographer Mark Wallace as he covers the essentials of using a handheld light meter.
Metering at NightArticle: Exposure and Metering Metering at Night
What are your odds of getting exposure right with an in-camera meter at night? Let's just say you shouldn't put any money on it. Jim Zuckerman explains how you can get better results with a handheld meter when lights are low.
How To: Write an InvoiceArticle: Business Forms and Correspondence How To: Write an Invoice
You've done the shoot, your client is happy, and you're sure your photographs have broken new ground in the history of image making. But now it's time to pay the rent. Learn how to write a professional invoice for your services.
100mm Braked Caster Set w/ 30mm Square PegsVideo: Tools and Gear 100mm Braked Caster Set w/ 30mm Square Pegs
Make your heaviest stands easy to move. Use this set to get any Kupo stand with 30mm square legs rolling.
Print Is Not Dead, Part II: Traditional Darkroom to Digital Prints with Elinor CarucciVideo: Print and Material Archiving Print Is Not Dead, Part II: Traditional Darkroom to Digital Prints with Elinor Carucci
After a hectic production schedule, RETV kicks down the editing room door to unleash the next episode of Print Is Not Dead with Peter Berberian and Ryan Speth from Gotham Imaging. In this episode we meet photographer Elinor Carucci and discuss her journey

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