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Sekonic congratulates cinematographer Alex Buono on another successful Art of Visual Storytelling Tour. Buono, most recognized for his work with Satuday Night Live for the last 15 years, wraps up his popular 32 city tour in New York City on … Continue reading
FREE LIVE VIDEO SEMINAR – October 30, 1pm EDT Learn how to conquer challenging mixed ambient and flash situations with #TeamBowens Evangelist Tony Corbell. He’ll use battery-powered Gemini monolights in bright sunlight, shade, and backlit situations. Tony will take his … Continue reading
Watch our free webinar on Portrait Style with Aperture and Lens hosted by Joe Brady! On-demand archive: 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 … Continue reading