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Published in : 2011-08-24 | by Advancing Your Photography
http://www.silberstudios.tv Fine art photographer Huntington Witherill joins us today on the Marc Silber show to share tips about photography and his views on ...
Published in : 2016-04-28 | by Advancing Your Photography
In this video, National Geographic photographer Bob Holmes gives us his lighting tips and the secrets for controlling light in your photographs. You'll learn about ...
Published in : 2011-04-18 | by Advancing Your Photography
Documentary photographer Daniel Milnor joins us today on the Marc Silber show to talk about his approach to photography and the work he loves to do. Special ...
Published in : 2010-06-18 | by Advancing Your Photography
Click on http://SilberStudios.com for more info. Two professional photographers give us two quick photo lighting tips! Matthew Jordan Smith and Bambi Cantrell ...
Published in : 2011-04-20 | by Advancing Your Photography
http://www.silberstudios.tv/ Joey Lawrence, only 20 years old, is one of the most sought-after commercial photographers in the business. While Joey's ...
Published in : 2018-06-10 | by Advancing Your Photography
Event photography can be fun but tricky! You have to photograph a LOT of people, in maybe not the best conditions, and not a lot of time to prep the people.
Published in : 2017-12-01 | by Advancing Your Photography
No matter what camera you're using, even a smartphone, the two most important aspects to getting awesome images are composition and lighting. Imagine ...
Published in : 2016-05-19 | by Advancing Your Photography
Marc Silber's Advancing Your Photography Show is in Monterey, California with former "Artist of the Year" photographer Huntington Witherill to bring you ...
Published in : 2016-05-05 | by Advancing Your Photography
Who better to give photography tips on portraits & weddings than Bambi Cantrell, an award winning wedding and portrait photographer with a dazzling portfolio ...
Published in : 2015-06-11 | by Advancing Your Photography
Light, timing, and composition are arguably the three most important parts of taking great photos. But, Daniel Milnor talks about a fourth element-- knowing your ...