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Seeing with a CameraArticle: Composition and Posing Seeing with a Camera
Robert Hirsch discusses how framing, focus, and angles of view affect image elements—and provides exercises to help you develop your own working method of evaluating and composing a scene.
Breaking In: Retoucher Jason TuchmanArticle: Interviews and Profiles Breaking In: Retoucher Jason Tuchman
Like a master chef adding just the right amount of seasoning to bring out the flavor in a carefully prepared dish, there is a subtle hand that puts the finishing touches on the most expertly prepared photographs: the retoucher. It’s the retoucher who whis
Featured Photography Program: Long Island UniversityArticle: Teaching Featured Photography Program: Long Island University
LIU’s Daniel Mirer and Thom O’Connor talk about the program's focus on conceptual practice in art, its blend of a traditional campus setting and access to New York City, and the one-on-one attention its students receive.
Interview: Commercial Photographer William VázquezArticle: Interviews and Profiles Interview: Commercial Photographer William Vázquez
What is it like to travel from Shanghai to Mumbai to San Juan on a professional photo shoot? New York-based photographer William Vázquez talks about traveling the world to create images for commercial clients.
Mission: Propel Energy DrinkArticle: Set Elements, Styling, and Props Mission: Propel Energy Drink
Commercial photographer Vincent Dixon talks to Resource Magazine's Elizabeth Leitzell about how he shot an image involving galloping horses, a runner, and a Manhattan streetscape.
Tenba Roadie Grip Cases: Roll It, Don't Lug ItVideo: Tools and Gear Tenba Roadie Grip Cases: Roll It, Don't Lug It
If you're moving tripods, light stands, and other heavy, bulky photo gear, check out Tenba's Roadie Rolling Grip Cases. They've got wheels, baby!
Ryan Walters on Filmmaking with the Touchscreen L-478 Series Light MetersVideo: Exposure and Metering Ryan Walters on Filmmaking with the Touchscreen L-478 Series Light Meters
Cinematographer Ryan Walters demonstrates how to use Sekonic's new touchscreen light meters to shape the light in a cine shoot.
How to Use a Handheld MeterArticle: Exposure and Metering How to Use a Handheld Meter
Bewildered by how to use your handheld light meter? Join professional photographer Jim Zuckerman as he explains Incident, Reflected and Flash metering modes and how to use them.
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.

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