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Strictly Business 3: Making People Love You MadlyVideo: Business Practices Strictly Business 3: Making People Love You Madly
Colleen Wainwright talks about how to let your glorious creative light shine through in every aspect of your marketing, promotion, and services—and have the time of your life doing it.
Webinar: Make Custom Paper Profiles Your Best Friend!Video: Print and Material Archiving Webinar: Make Custom Paper Profiles Your Best Friend!
Join host Joe Brady as he explores the how and why of creating and implementing custom paper profiles so that your printed image has the best accuracy and the greatest impact.
Jim Zuckerman on Landscape Photography: Mid-Day LightingArticle: Lighting Jim Zuckerman on Landscape Photography: Mid-Day Lighting
Photographer Jim Zuckerman explains how to turn the harsh, direct light and deep shadows of high noon to your advantage in the fourth article of his fifteen-part series on landscape photography.
Benefits of Incident-Light MeteringArticle: Exposure and Metering Benefits of Incident-Light Metering
Learn about how an incident-light meter works and how to interpret the data it supplies to fine-tune your exposures.
Webinar: Triggering Tips for Wireless FlashVideo: Lighting Webinar: Triggering Tips for Wireless Flash
In this 80-minute Foundations series webinar, photographer and technical expert Will Crockett gives an in-depth course on using a wireless trigger to fire one or more flash units.
Jeff Curto's Photo History Podcast: Alexander GardnerVideo: History, Criticism, and Commentary Jeff Curto's Photo History Podcast: Alexander Gardner
In this summer school session, Jeff Curto briefly discusses Alexander Gardner's photographs of the Lincoln assassination conspirators before their execution.
Masters Showcase: Mark SeligerArticle: Interviews and Profiles Masters Showcase: Mark Seliger
Mark Seliger talks to PhotoVideoEDU about how he developed a career that led him to becoming Rolling Stone's chief photographer, his approach to photographing icons of the music world, and the importance of persistence.
Interview: Dyann Klein of Props For TodayArticle: Set Elements, Styling, and Props Interview: Dyann Klein of Props For Today
The founder of New York's premier prop rental shop talks about how she started the business while working as a stylist, why it's better to rent than to buy, and where she gets all that stuff.
Jeff Curto's Photo History Podcast: Survey, Part 1Video: History, Criticism, and Commentary Jeff Curto's Photo History Podcast: Survey, Part 1
Jeff Curto discusses the "who, what, when, and where" of early developments in photography, from 1800 B.C. to 1888 A.D., in this first part of his two-part overview of the history of photography.

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