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HDSLR Video Tip: Set the Right Shutter Speed for Your HDSLR VideoArticle: Filmmaking HDSLR Video Tip: Set the Right Shutter Speed for Your HDSLR Video
Which shutter speed will give you the look and feel you want when you’re shooting motion? Victor Ha explains how to select the right setting and why it’s a good idea to keep a set of neutral density filters in your video bag in this tip from HDSLR Video B
Jim Zuckerman on Landscape Photography: Dominant ForegroundsArticle: Composition and Posing Jim Zuckerman on Landscape Photography: Dominant Foregrounds
Photographer Jim Zuckerman explains how to use foreground elements to create engaging compositions in the third article of his fifteen-part series on landscape photography.
New ILFORD Fine Art Inkjet PapersVideo: Tools and Gear New ILFORD Fine Art Inkjet Papers
ILFORD has expanded and improved its line of fine art inkjet papers, making new finishes and weights available. Joshua Fischer gives an overview of the new papers.
Breaking In: Photo Humorist Timothy BaileyArticle: Interviews and Profiles Breaking In: Photo Humorist Timothy Bailey
What do you get when you cross a photo school graduate with a funnyman? We didn’t know either, so we asked Timothy Bailey, a New York-based commercial photographer who has built a career by blending technical chops with humor since graduating from Art Cen
Featured Educator: Jeff CurtoArticle: Interviews and Profiles Featured Educator: Jeff Curto
The veteran photography educator talks about how he uses new technologies in the classroom; his long-term large-format project, The Italian Portfolio; and what he learned from Ansel Adams about being a mentor to the next generation of photographers.
Incident and Reflected LightArticle: Lighting Incident and Reflected Light
Allison Earnest explains how to evaluate, manipulate, and meter incident and reflected light to sculpt a portrait.
Jeff Curto's Photo History Podcast: Jaroslav Rossler, Ralph Eugene Meatyard, Robert CapaVideo: History, Criticism, and Commentary Jeff Curto's Photo History Podcast: Jaroslav Rossler, Ralph Eugene Meatyard, Robert Capa
In this summer school session, Jeff Curto briefly discusses Czech photographer Jaroslav Rossler, oddly surrealistic American photographer Ralph Eugene Meatyard, and preeminent war photographer Robert Capa.
Jim Zuckerman on Composition: ForegroundsArticle: Composition and Posing Jim Zuckerman on Composition: Foregrounds
Photographer Jim Zuckerman explains how to keep foreground focus sharp in the seventh article of his sixteen-part series on composition.
How To Sketch a SetArticle: Set Elements, Styling, and Props How To Sketch a Set
Resource Magazine provides a step-by-step rundown of how to measure a space, sketch a set, and impress the crew with your engineer-like precision.

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