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Wildlife photographer Yaron Schmid helps you elevate your nature and wildlife photography from beyond “common shots.” Learn how to prepare, utilize composition rules, and experiment with camera settings to tell a story in your wildlife photos. Stick around for the Q&A to learn about camera gear, specifically for safari conditions! Then share your own experiences photographing wildlife in the...
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Live event and concert photography have, obviously, been drastically impacted by the global pandemic and related shutdowns. Let’s give a shout-out to all the photographers, musicians, technicians, and crew who have struggled with the loss of that part of their income and craft, but also make time on the B&H Photography Podcast to...
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Some photographers refuse to place a UV or clear filter, or any other type of...
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The first zoom lenses were not very good. Manufacturers of early zooms made optical concessions in the name of convenience and flexibility. The ability to change your lens’s field of view—eliminating the need to carry numerous prime lenses and swap them on the go—was, and still is, enticing to many photographers. Ever since the birth of the zoom, photographers have debated which option is better...
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In our recent introduction to first-person view (FPV) drones, we went over the basics of FPV flying. Specifically, we focused on aircraft requirements, necessary equipment, and FPV use cases. Now, we’d like to expand upon that primer with a glossary of terms and abbreviations commonly associated with FPV drones...
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The first mirrorless digital camera was the Epson R-D1, which was introduced in 2004. The truth is, mirrorless cameras can be traced back to 1916, with the introduction of the Kodak 3A Autographic Special, a rangefinder film camera—or even further back still if we want to factor view cameras and plate cameras into the equation. Despite this, in the contemporary sense, mirrorless digital cameras...
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In this B&H video, photographer Forrest Smith presents his travel-photography process, from camera gear to Lightroom editing. Smith focuses on photo editing and goes into detail about why he selects certain images and how color, composition, and contrast are used to bring those images to life. Like what you see here? Come back as often as you wish, and enjoy our extensive library of...
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Congratulations to NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, the intrepid rover Perseverance, and a little helicopter named Ingenuity, for the dramatic and safe landing at the Jezero Crater on Mars! With the rover’s mission successfully underway on the surface of the Red Planet, it is time to add the details of the Mars 2020 Mission to this list of American interplanetary spacecraft photo gear. The...
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As we begin 2021, it has been a full 13 years since the release of the Panasonic Lumix DMC-G1, almost eight years since the full-frame Sony Alpha a7 was introduced, and more than two years since Canon and...
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Has the Canon EOS R5 changed the conversation about using mirrorless cameras for bird and wildlife photography? This is the position of our guest, David Speiser, who, this summer, traded his...
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Tune in as photographer Jennifer Khordi showcases her Milky Way and landscape photography out west, along with tips for preparing, photographing, and post processing. From long exposures to star trails, storms to starry skies, Khordi’s photography will inspire you to grab your camera and start creating! Have you taken any photographs of the Milky Way? Share your stories with us in the Comments...
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When we started the B&H Photography Podcast more than six years ago, the concept was “watercooler conversations” with photographers, about gear. Well, honestly, it hasn’t always turned out that way, but this episode with famed photojournalist David Burnett comes as close to...
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Despite digital being the prominent and popular photographic medium, I’m here to count the ways in which film is still better than digital photography. It’s a bold claim, sure, but it’s a subjective topic that is still worthy of discussion. It’s no surprise that digital technology is still, to this day, modeled after film and made to produce photos that look like they were taken with film. Things...
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The years between the mid-19th and mid-20th centuries were some of the most inventive for photographic processes. As the camera began to be taken seriously as an expressive tool, photographers started exploring the creative possibilities offered by various printing processes, including pigment-based printing techniques such as carbon printing and later carbro printing. Above photograph: Harry...
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Taking its rightful place as Sony’s mirrorless flagship, the Alpha 1, or a1, is one of the most impressive and feature-rich cameras ever made. Boasting 8K video, 50MP stills, 30 fps continuous shooting, and lots more, there is much to learn about the a1. Here’s everything you need to...
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