1. Robin O'Neill - Deep Winter 2012 Winning Slideshow

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    The winner of the 2012 Deep Winter photo competition, in which Robin O'Neill documents the young and old of Whistler's best. Shot and edited in 3 consecutive days in bounds at Whistler Blackcomb ski resort. Making the most of tougher conditions -- blue skies and no fresh snowfall during shooting. Robin was also this year's winner of the people's choice award! http://www.tiipz.com/c/deepwinter/

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    • BTS of WILD WEST

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      Watch the making of photo series "Wild West" by Caleb Kuhl

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      • Introduction to PortraitPro 12

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        http://www.portraitprofessional.com/ Make your subject stunning in seconds with PortraitPro. PortraitPro is software for airbrushing portraits. With great ease a high quality, professional retouch can be achieved by merely adjusting sliders, plus a little magic from the touch up brush. Exceptionally fast, extremely efficient and incredibly easy. Buy it now at http://www.portraitprofessional.com/buy or download the free trial at http://www.portraitprofessional.com/download If you already have a license you can upgrade at http://www.portraitprofessional.com/upgrade

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        • iPhoneography by Jack Hollingsworth

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          This is a piece I created for my MacWorld 2013 presentation. I wanted to share with my audience the path I took falling in love with my iPhone as a capture device. Hope you enjoy!

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          • Control the Light and Improve Your Photography: Part 4 — Creating Great Landscape Photographs HR

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            Many of us are passionate about landscape photography, but many have difficulty capturing an image that successfully conveys the beauty and feeling of a place. We all take these images because there is something about what we are seeing that inspires us and causes an emotional response. What makes for a great landscape photograph and what distinguishes it from a snapshot? What are the composition issues that can make or break a shot? Why are you taking the picture in the first place? Light, geography, the time of day, and the capabilities of your camera will all contribute to a great landscape photograph. Knowing the limitations and learning your tools will help end the frustration of missing a great shot or ending up with a poorly exposed image beyond rescue. One of the tools we’ll use is a Sekonic L-758DR handheld light meter. This meter offers a combination of incident and spot-metering capabilities to give us all the information we need to get the best exposure possible. It can also provide the exact exposure information needed for the best results when compositing high dynamic range (HDR) images. Join us as we explore many of the aspects that can make for a great landscape photograph. Learn to create an image that tells a story, invites you to linger and explore, and engages all of your senses as you are drawn into the place—that’s what makes for a great landscape photograph.

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            • Courtney Ellis Photoshoot

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              Tim Bennett Photography, behind the scenes photoshoot of Courtney Ellis.

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              • The Real Life Fujifilm X Pro 1 Mirrorless Camera Review

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                The Fujifilm X Pro 1 offers a unique set of features, some ground-breaking technology you have to see to believe, world class low light and high ISO image quality, and a bold price tag that makes you think it's got to be one of the best cameras you can buy. But is it? Behind it's cool or not cool neo-retro styling, there's a real (and real different) mirrorless camera and new series of legendary Fujifilm lenses that want to be the centerpiece of your photo and video image making process. No matter if you're a photo enthusiast or a working pro photographer you will quickly see that the X Pro 1 is refreshing, inspiring.... as well as frustrating and maybe a little disappointing to some. Photo innovator Will Crockett from ShootSmarter.com is the leading voice and global expert in the migration to mirrorless cameras and he has has created thousands of images with the X Pro 1 using the first three Fujifilm XF series lenses. Looking beyond all the useless stats and marketing hype, Will shares an open and unbiased view how good the photos and video are from the X Pro 1, how easy is it to learn and shoot under real life shooting conditions, what kind of person will be glad they bought the X Pro and who will be better to choose another camera instead. The example photos used in this review are available for you to view here: http://www.willcrockett.com/xpro EASY REPOSTING OF THIS REVIEW: Please feel free to download this video file to place on your site or server. We only ask that you use the EXACT title, tags, and description text found in the handy text file inside this folder. Thumb art, and preset embed code is also included in this download www.crockettco.com/sandbox/rlr/rlr_fujixpro1.zip

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                • Perfect Exposure & Color in Landscape Photography

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                  Join host Joe Brady as he puts the combination of the Sekonic L-478 meter and the X-Rite ColorChecker Passport with Sekonic Grey Balance Card to work out in the field to get perfect color and perfect exposure when shooting landscape photography. You will learn the benefits a handheld meter has over your camera’s metering and how creating a custom exposure profile can insure perfect exposures every time. Add to this the ColorChecker Passport’s ability to create a custom color profile for your Raw files and you will have the best starting point possible for your image edits. Joe will also explain how to factor in filter compensations and some tips and techniques to get the most tonal range out of your camera’s sensor. Perfect exposure and perfect color will give you the best digital image file as you create your Landscape Masterpiece.

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                  • Photographer Websites: What Buyers Want 2009

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                    We surveyed over 550 professional image buyers and photo editors to understand what they wanted to see in photographer websites. Founder Grover Sanschagrin takes you through the findings and makes suggestions to maximize the effectiveness of your website.

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                    • OUTEX in Action HR

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                      OUTEX has got you covered. Go ahead. Get your hands dirty. OUTEX is a rad new product that hermetically seals SLR cameras (or camcorders) from the elements – mud, dirt, sand, water, moisture, etc. – while maintaining tactile feel. OUTEX makes my equipment completely waterproof and dirt-proof so I can concentrate on taking pictures. It protects my equipment, my pictures, and my investment. OUTEX products work with most major products (Canon, Nikon, Sony, Pentax, Sigma, Olympus) and completely envelops the camera for a water-tight seal that keeps elements out. There are three major components; Optics, Covers, and Accessories. The optics attach to your lenses and viewfinder. The covers are applied to the product. And the Accessories offer convenience, transportability, and practicality. Who’s using it? OUTEX’s patented design was created by photography enthusiasts out of necessity. Now OUTEX is being used by hundreds of professional photographers in its native Brazil, where it was invented, and is being introduced internationally now. Photographers love the fact OUTEX is easy to transport, install, and use. It’s rugged construction is long lasting & low maintenance. The fact pieces can be purchased separately means great flexibility of use in various conditions and configurations.

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