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Jim Zuckerman on Composition: FramingArticle: Composition and Posing Jim Zuckerman on Composition: Framing
Photographer Jim Zuckerman explains how to frame image elements to create compelling photographs in the third article of his sixteen-part series on composition.
Jim Zuckerman on Landscape Photography: Shooting SnowArticle: Exposure and Metering Jim Zuckerman on Landscape Photography: Shooting Snow
Photographer Jim Zuckerman explains how to meter and expose images of snowy areas in the fourteenth article of his fifteen-part series on landscape photography.
Jeff Curto's Photo History Podcast: Photograph as Document, Concept as PhotographVideo: History, Criticism, and Commentary Jeff Curto's Photo History Podcast: Photograph as Document, Concept as Photograph
Jeff Curto discusses documentary and conceptual photography, looking at the motivation and rationale behind them.
Print Is Not Dead, Part I: Wet CollodionVideo: Alternative Processes Print Is Not Dead, Part I: Wet Collodion
Join Peter Berberian and Ryan Speth from Gotham Imaging as they get their hands dirty learning about the wet plate collodion process with photographer Lisa Elmaleh.
Featured Photography Program: Webster UniversityArticle: Teaching Featured Photography Program: Webster University
Bill Barrett, professor and coordinator of Webster's photography bachelor's program, talks with PhotoVideoEDU about the program's focus on careers, its Midwestern setting, and its plans for a building renovation.
Mark Wallace On Set and Location with the Touchscreen L-478 Series Light MetersVideo: Exposure and Metering Mark Wallace On Set and Location with the Touchscreen L-478 Series Light Meters
Commercial photographer Mark Wallace demonstrates how to use Sekonic's new touchscreen light meters to shape the light in a portrait shoot.
Benro MoveOver8 SliderVideo: Benro Benro MoveOver8 Slider
The Benro MoveOver8 is an advanced portable camera slider that allows you to achieve cinematic camera movements with ease. Supporting up to 17.6 lb (8kg), the slider carriage glides along two carbon fiber rails for smooth and quiet operation.
Interview: Filmmaker Patrick MoreauArticle: Interviews and Profiles Interview: Filmmaker Patrick Moreau
Emmy-award-winning filmmaker Patrick Moreau explains why having a psychology degree helps him decide which gear to pack, how to go from charging onto the field with a football team to interviewing the President in 30 seconds, and how Tenba’s new Roadie II

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