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"How-To" Make Money With Your Camera
A comprehensive study on how to make money, full time or spare time, in the fascinating world of photography. Completely narrated by a 37 year professional photographer. Includes seven chapters on each volume depicting various ways to accomplish earning extra cash in photography. Included is a 27 minute video entitled, "Tips, Tricks & Techniques of Photography". The set essentially explains the do's and don'ts of successful photographic marketing from start to finish. Three tape set.
Photo journalist and Seattle University photography instructor Bruce McKim quickly takes you through all the basics of how to operate the Polaroid, 220 and 35mm cameras. Learn about various lenses, how to load your camera, the meaning of labels on various types of film packages, and the basics of good composition.
Best or Nothing
Only in the last 20 years have photographs become objects to be traded through auction rooms; as their value increases, so does their status as art. This program explores the passions of the private collector.
Produced by Brooks Institute of Photography. This exciting six-part series is designed for use by photographic educators in classroom environments. Diagrams, demonstrations, examples of photographs, and high tech computer graphics reinforce the concepts being taught and capture the viewer's attention and interest. Six tape set.
Tips on using a point and shoot camera to produce professional looking pictures. This video covers camera types, film, use of light, composition, basic photo techniques and more.
Existing Light Photography: Advanced
Join master photographer Gary Whelpey as he shows you what beautiful pictures you can take using only "the light that happens to be on the scene." Tour Walt Disney World's EPCOT Center from twilight through starlight. Slip indoors for the action-packed Empire State Games in Syracuse, New York. Even step inside a typical home for soft, natural portraits of children as you learn to capture all the moods and colors you see.
Eyes of the Empire
Photography in the 19th century was often a tool of imperial science and exploration. Numerous anthropological photographic collections are examined in this program.
Hidden Canyons: A Photographer's Guide to Slot Canyons
Discover beautiful, water-carved slot canyons with fine art photographer Robert Howard. The "slots" are amazing to see and a challenge to photograph, and this highly acclaimed video guide takes viewers to six of the best ones in Southern Utah and Northern Arizona, including the Antelope Canyons on Navajo land. This video demonstrates how to capture the subtle light, vivid color and sculpted beauty of these mysterious landscapes on film.
High Desert Images: A Photographer's Guide to Utah's Canyon Country
This beautiful guide takes you to Utah's spectacular Canyon Country. Follow photographer Dan Norris to his favorite places in a red rock world of light, landscape, and color. Included are Canyonlands, Arches, Fisher Towers, and various ancient rock art sites. You'll learn: where and when, light and lenses, filters and films--everything you need to know before you grab your gear and head out.
How to Load and Operate a 35mm Camera
Step by step instructions are given on how to load the film into the camera... as well as selection of the proper type of film to use and when and how to use a flash. After you have loaded the film, we will discuss "f stops" for the adjustable cameras and go over, in general, problems that you may encounter in your photographs and what to do. This is a terrific program to give with any 35mm camera or a perfect replacement if you have lost the owner's manual for a camera you have owned for years. This was created by a professional photographer, trained by the FBI, with more than 35 years experience in the area of photography.
How to Photograph Children: The Professional Way
A professional photographer lets you in on the secrets of improving your photography in 30 minutes! You'll learn how to use natural light, choose the right film and best camera, capture memorable candids and pose for formal portraits.
Learn how the SLR Works, F-stops & shutter speeds, exposure, depth-of-field, film, lenses, available light, flash, filters, and steady shooting.
Images - Images
A guide to critiquing photography. Learn what makes some images successful and others not. Sharpen your understanding of the use of photographic tools. This critiques over 100 images. Using light and lighting, using color as a theme, using selective focus, composition, people photography, action photography, travel photography, nature photography, finding images and telling a story with images.
Lessons in Photography with Douglas Chevalier
In this video we watch an expert in action as he instructs in three areas. This video allows the viewer to observe what Doug observes as he moves about showing us what is bad as well as what is good.
Selecting their own favorite photos from contemporary works back to 1839, the producers of this program trace the lineage of photography as art and present a glorious parade of great photographs drawn from the great museum collections of the world.
Magic of Photography
This video is geared toward the novice photographer who wants to learn the techniques of lens selection, lighting, model placement, camera angles, exposure ratios, composition, and much more.
Night Photography: A Photographer's Guide to Shooting in the Dark
Most photographers think sunset is the final photo of the day, but for some, it's the first. Professional photographer Dan Norris demonstrates how to create stunning night landscape photos. Viewers learn to use horizon glow for deep, vivid color; how to shoot star trails and star points; how to add a moon to any shot; even how to capture lightning on film; and more.
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