1. LED Fresnel Lights

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    More info here: http://tomantosfilms.com/5099/led-fresnel-lights/ Buy these lights and other CAME products on their eBay store: http://bit.ly/1mQvoit And their website: http:www.came-tv.com/ In this video I review 2 LED Fresnel lights from a Chinese company CAME-TV. These are great lights because they are just as powerful as a 1000 watt tungsten halogen light yet they only use 200 watts of electricity PLUS they don't produce any heat. Exclusive film tutorials: http://tomantosfilms.com/store/ Watch hours of free tutorials here: http://bit.ly/Tmd65z

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    • Perfect Exposure and Color for Landscape Photography

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      Learn more: http://bit.ly/1ysDZh0 Why You Need the Sekonic L-758DR and X-Rite ColorChecker Passport Today’s digital cameras are so advanced that every shot should be perfect – shouldn’t they? The reality is that though cameras continue to get more advanced, they still have no idea about the image they are capturing. They have +/- auto exposure overrides, flash overrides and color temperature presets. Why is that? Because the camera can only make a guess at what it is “seeing.” The combination of the Sekonic L-758DR meter and X-Rite’s ColorChecker Passport eliminate guessing and provide you with the information you need for perfect exposure and color in your landscape photography. Join host Joe Brady as he demonstrates how these tools will shorten editing time, provide more accurate color and keep you from losing highlight details - the payoff is a better Landscape Photography experience. Equipment list: Sekonic L-758DR Sekonic DTS software X-Rite ColorCheckerPassport Sony a7r mirrorless fullframe Sony 24-70 f4 Zeiss Lens 10-stop ND Filter MeFoto Roadtrip TravelTripod Lightroom 5

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      • Sekonic L-208 Quick Start

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        Learn more: http://bit.ly/1qX1PbH The Sekonic L-208 TwinMate is a palm-sized analog light meter for hand-held incident and reflected ambient light readings. It can also be mounted onto a camera or bracket using the included hot-shoe adapter for quick, camera-positioned reference readings. In this video we'll help you setup and use your Sekonic L-208 to take ambient light meter readings. Category

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        • Get The Best Images In Any Weather

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          Join host Joe Brady as he visits with renowned educator, author and photographer Lee Varis. If you have ever traveled to a wonderful location and the weather won't cooperate, you’ll want to see this show as Lee and Joe explore options to getting great images in practically any conditions. Covering a two-day visit to the Scituate Lighthouse on the Massachusetts coast, Lee shares his approach to exposure and composition as the weather varies from picture-postcard perfect, to cloudless blue skies to overcast drizzle. He’ll then take us through his unique and powerful editing style using both Lightroom and Photoshop to enhance and polish his images. For any nature, travel or landscape photographer, this will be time very well spent!

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          • Finding Your Filter Factor (Teaser)

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            Ryan shows you two methods for finding your filter factor if it wasn't provided by the filter manufacture. To Watch The Whole Video Become A Member: http://indiecinemaacademy.com/membership/

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            • Webinar Preview: Make Exceptional Landscapes Happen

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              Landscape Photography can be a challenge for even the best digital camera. You need to use the full dynamic range of your camera and protect those all-important highlights that often make the shot. Join host Joe Brady as he shows you how a single spot reading can put important highlights at the top of the capture and eliminate the need for bracketing and chimping. Joe will show how to calibrate a Sekonic L-758 meter, your camera’s exposure capabilities, how to get the best digital file and how to quickly process that image to bring out its full beauty. Don’t miss that perfect moment by guessing – get it right the first time, every time.

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              • Creating a "Talking Senior Portrait" with Stills and Video

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                All of today’s cameras and smartphones feature video capture. Why is this important to a portrait photographer? Join host Joe Brady as he shows you how to incorporate video into a portrait shoot and make some money doing it. Video capture is usually the easy part. Assembling the various pieces into your finished product is often the big problem for many photographers. This presentation will guide you through all of the steps from motion video, video with stills, recording sound and adding a music track. Joe will show both gear and techniques to combine stills, video and sound that you can use to create a fun and special "Talking Portrait" that will have great appeal to both students and parents.

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                • Basic Off-Camera Flash for Environmental Portraits

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                  Adding the right amount of flash to your outdoor portraits will make your shots stand out. And getting your flash off camera will make them look more natural and add life to your subject’s eyes that can help to transform ordinary snapshots into great results. By adding radio triggers to your camera kit, you get the freedom to put light wherever you need it. Join instructor Joe Brady as he uses a single off-camera speedlight to add sparkle to the eyes and fill in shadows while maintaining a natural, “flash-free” look to environmental portraits. And, of course, he will be showing you how to get just the right amount of light with a Sekonic light meter. Watch as he makes amazing shots with this simple and effective traveling portrait studio.

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                  • Adding Fill Flash for Beautiful Ambient Light Portraits

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                    While natural light can be wonderful for portraits, adding some off-camera flash can fill in shadows, shape the face and add a beautiful catch-light to the subject’s eyes. This simple addition can change a portrait from “Ok” to “Wow”! Despite its many advantages, many photographers from novice to professional fear adding flash to their environmental portraits because they think it will look un-natural and consistently finding the right mix remains a mystery. Join instructor Joe Brady as he takes away the mystery of blending flash with ambient light. Once you learn to take control of your flash it will become one of your favorite outdoor portrait tools. The combination of off-camera flash and a light meter to measure flash contributions will give you complete control to craft the portraits with added shape and dimension that your clients will love.

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                    • Portrait Style with Aperture and Lens

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                      Many photographers prefer to capture portraits based on a certain look and depth-of-field to create a sense of softness. This approach can produce beautiful results when you have a clear understanding of how the lens focal length, aperture and size of the subject in the frame effects what is in focus and what is not. You may like to think your favorite aperture is f/4, but what does that really mean as you change lenses and the distance to the subject? You also need to be careful of exposure as the risk of clipping highlights and shadows can ruin an otherwise great shot. Join host Joe Brady as he explores how these elements effect a portrait both in the studio and outside using natural light. Sponsored by Sekonic, join us for this free session and after finding the best focal length and aperture for a shot, see how you can set the best numbers for that perfect exposure.

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