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Flying in directly from a post-Oscar party in Hollywood, Greg Gorman joined us for a conversation at the 2020 Depth of Field Photo Conference this February, where he was the keynote speaker. Given all that has happened since, it seems like a long time ago, but this is the type...
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The forced isolation of recent weeks has left many of us with extra time to catch up on reading. With that in mind, we’ve compiled this list of ten memorable photographer interviews from the B&H Photo Explora blog, your go-to spot for inspiration, education, and entertainment about photography, video, audio, and media of all sorts. Dig in,...
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A future career path wasn’t even a blip on the radar when Sara Dietschy first displayed the determination and moxie that would catapult her to Internet stardom in the traditionally male-driven arena of tech. As a 4-year-old in Grapevine, Texas, she just wanted to play sports with the boys. Dietschy credits her parents, particularly her mother, with the total support that has allowed her to always...
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Don’t underestimate any female,” says the legendary graffiti artist and muralist Lady Pink. “I was a little Latin 90-pound weakling, or so they thought, but the heart that I displayed, and the courage that I have for this kind of work was just unstoppable.” Pink is a veteran when it comes to rising above: at just 15 years old, she started writing graffiti alongside a posse of inner-city boys who...
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Art is hard. Even successful fine-art photographers with an organically evolving aesthetic and a robust client group know that gallery sales blended with advertising work is a tenuous business model. Why do it? Why deal with overpriced studios, finicky advertisers, and editorial assignments whose ROI seems to diminish annually? Without teaching gigs or day jobs, many successful art photographers...
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From her commercial work, to her tableaus of motherhood, to the internationally successful series, “Out My Window,” Gail Albert-Halaban has one goal: “I think of everything I do as a way to build community.”...
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Today’s episode of the B&H Photography Podcast hosts a compelling conversation with four photojournalists who are covering stories related to the COVID-19 outbreak in New York. We discuss the stories they have been photographing, the precautions they are taking, how they’ve adjusted...
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Sara Dietschy is an anomaly in the tech space. At first glance, you may see a bubbly social butterfly, but ask her anything about photo, video, computers, or technology, and get ready to be schooled. From a precocious beginning in her middle school video class to immersing herself in music while gigging with a band, to her status today as a social media influencer and YouTube phenom, Dietschy (...
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In this segment of Show Us Your Shot, filmmaker Alec Kubas-Meyer gives us a behind-the-scenes look at a video review of the 2018 thriller, Searching. Because the film takes place entirely on a computer desktop, Kubas-Meyer deviated from his usual review technique and chose to mimic the visual style of the film itself. So watch and follow along as he shows his filming setup, and how he...
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Today, we discuss some of the most recognized images of rock-n-roll history. Our first guest is photographer Amelia Davis, who is the owner of Jim Marshall LLC, the living archive of the prolific photographer Jim Marshall, most known for...
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According to world traveler Lexie Alford, “A lot of the time women are told that they can’t pursue their dreams because it’s not within our typical stereotypes.” Through a scope of experience that belies her youth, Alford observed that the most successful people break outside such restrictions, which led her to realize, “If you can pursue what makes you different, and what makes you come alive,...
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Our goal during our year on the road was to chase the best weather we could as we traveled across the country. We spent the spring in California, the summer in the Northwest, and enjoyed the colors changing in New England as fall arrived. Once the cold chill of the winter winds began to hit us, we began our adventure south. The East Coast has been our home for all of our lives, and it felt good...
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Wedding filmmaker Matthew Van Ness believes that "it's all about the visuals after a wedding is over." Through his 13 years of experience, Van Ness has learned how to film a wedding in a way that allows the couple to enjoy their once-in-a-lifetime memories for years to come. He will share his wedding cinematography do's and don't's, as well as show a few example of wedding films from his company...
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It’s easy to admire Sebastian Meyer, not simply because he’s a talented photographer who also co-founded the first photojournalism agency in Iraq, but because he is confident enough to speak of his shortcomings, his naiveté, and of tragedy. On this week’s episode of the B&H...
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While much has been written about the significance of color management to optimal print output, the topic of adequate lighting conditions for the viewing and evaluation of photographic prints is an important detail that's usually given short shrift. Tom P. Ashe is an undisputed expert in translating transitory images viewed on a screen to a stunning presence in print. In addition to literally...
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