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Tenba Shootout Shoulder Bag: Shoot Fast, Look GoodVideo: Tools and Gear Tenba Shootout Shoulder Bag: Shoot Fast, Look Good
Get a close look at Tenba's comfortable, versatile shoulder bag. It's secure, it's weather-proof, and it comes in not one but three sizes and colors.
Featured Photography Program: School of Visual Arts MPS Digital PhotographyArticle: Teaching Featured Photography Program: School of Visual Arts MPS Digital Photography
Chair of SVA's MPS Digital Photography department Katrin Eismann talks with PhotoVideoEDU about the program's intensive blend of technical and artistic training, the advantages of its New York City location, and its cutting-edge online program.
Jim Zuckerman on Composition: PatternsArticle: Composition and Posing Jim Zuckerman on Composition: Patterns
Photographer Jim Zuckerman explains how to use camera techniques and choose shooting perspectives to capture patterns in the ninth article of his sixteen-part series on composition.
Interview: Photo School Guy Bill GrattonArticle: Teaching Interview: Photo School Guy Bill Gratton
Departing National Manager of Educational Markets Bill Gratton looks back on over a decade of working with the photography education community, and gives us his take on where photo education is headed and how students and educators can make the most of it
Featured Photography Program: Nashville State Community CollegeArticle: Teaching Featured Photography Program: Nashville State Community College
Associate Professor Emily Naff talks about the Nashville State program's mix of technical and creative education, its diverse student body and active student groups, and the opportunities it offers for internships and study abroad.
Jeff Curto's Photo History Podcast: The Atomic Age and New FrontiersVideo: History, Criticism, and Commentary Jeff Curto's Photo History Podcast: The Atomic Age and New Frontiers
Jeff Curto looks at the changes that photography experienced during the atomic age through an examination of the cultural, political, and artistic climate of the middle of the 20th century.
Studio Lighting: Understanding RatiosArticle: Exposure and Metering Studio Lighting: Understanding Ratios
Determining exposure and working with shadows are the basic elements of studio photography. Jim Zuckerman explains how to meter and apply lighting ratios, position lights, and place shadows to craft the look of your studio images.
Jeff Curto's Photo History Podcast: William Klein, Edward Weston, George EastmanVideo: History, Criticism, and Commentary Jeff Curto's Photo History Podcast: William Klein, Edward Weston, George Eastman
Jeff Curto discusses photographers William Klein and Edward Weston, inventor George Eastman, and the birth of the Associated Press Wirephoto.
Sekonic ProSpeak: Using a Meter for Cinematography and VideographyVideo: Exposure and Metering Sekonic ProSpeak: Using a Meter for Cinematography and Videography
In this edition of Sekonic ProSpeak, cinematographer Robert Goodman discusses the vital role a light meter plays when he's shooting film or video on set.

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