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Many interchangeable-lens cameras, be it DSLR or mirrorless, are sold today with what we call "kit" lenses. Current kit lenses, in general, thanks to computer technology and advanced manufacturing techniques, are more capable and of higher quality than those of yesteryear. However, many of us who use interchangeable-lens cameras feel the gravitational pull of other lenses that are not yet in our...
by John Harris and Cory Rice
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Photography is very personal for me. Every interesting experience in my life and every fascinating person I have met along the way have been the result of trying to create a photograph. Photography is the catapult that has thrown me head-first into...
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With an exhibition of his 40-year photographic career opening at the Rubin Museum of Art, in New York, photojournalist and social justice activist Shahidul Alam was kind enough to join us on the B&H Photography...
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If you’re a guitarist or bassist who spends time performing for live audiences, you’ve probably found your focus split between nailing your parts and entertaining the crowd. Since fans get a kick out of seeing musicians move around on stage, how about giving them what they want? Get a wireless instrument system, stop camping out at your pedalboard, and really explore the stage space! With options...
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The filmmaker behind Learning to Drive, Roderick Stevens, shares his thoughts on his film and filmmaking. Steven Gladstone: How long have you been working in the industry, and how did you get started? Roderick Stevens: I’ve worked in the film industry in some...
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Photography is about one’s identity—it reveals how an individual perceives his or her own...
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On today’s episode of the B&H Photography Podcast, we welcome photojournalist and sports photographer Nick Didlick to our show. Didlick has been a freelance shooter, a staff photographer, an agency photographer for Reuters and UPI and, while covering the world news, was nominated...
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Our offices are just a few blocks from the convention center where the annual PhotoPlus Expo is held, and each year we wander over with our portable recorders to chat with the exhibitors whose new gear catches our eye. We approach large vendors and small and try to give our listeners a peek into the “the largest photography and imaging event in North America.” This year, we spoke with...
by John Harris and Cory Rice
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Photography is storytelling. It helps our human minds remember our stories, our places, our people. It reminds us of the things that we celebrate, the things we hold close to our hearts and the deepest love that fills our days. It is the safe-keeper of...
by Paige Denkin
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We last left off in Colorado, and I have to give thanks to the state that housed us the longest! But we left for the Northwest and the Pacific Coast with so much excitement. As the rest of the country faced heat waves, we chased 70-degree weather through Oregon and Washington. Before we begin, I want to reiterate our goal to protect nature and live a Leave No Trace (LNT) lifestyle. The newest...
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In the segment of Show Us Your Shot, Director Roderick E. Stevens and Cinematographer Daniel Gonsalez, in an effort to accentuate the grounded reality of their hero's journey in the latter half of the film, chose to mix shooting styles and formats, including Super 8 film for the opening flashback scenes, 4k RAW (on a Sony F55) for the first half of the roadtrip with the two brothers, and 35mm (...
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Steven Gladstone: You wear many different hats—writer, producer, director, actor, etc. Do you go by Filmmaker, or is there a distinction? Gregory Blair: If I’m relegated to a single label, I use “Entertainment Professional,” because it is generic and inclusive enough to represent my writing consulting, TV, and theatre work in addition to my various roles in the film industry. SG: How long have...
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On the morning of Monday, November 11, 2019, the planet Mercury will transit the Sun for the first time since 2016. The transit of a planet across the face of the Sun is a relatively rare occurrence since, as seen from Earth, only transits of Mercury and Venus are possible—those being the only two planets within the inner solar system and closer to the sun than our own. There are only about 13...
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Perhaps there is one thing on which all photographers can agree: we love to photograph our pets. From amateur to professional, a simple photo of our dog, cat, or guinea pig making “that face” is almost irresistible and, based on the current exhibit at The Museum of the Dog, this fascination with photographing our pets reaches into the past...
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Last week, we went to Cincinnati for BLINK, "one of the largest light, art and projection mapping events in the nation." We spoke to one of the photographers attending the event about BLINK and what it's like documenting the event. Have you attended BLINK?
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