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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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Cameras are getting more and more technical and seem to add new features, formats, and codecs every year. The Sony Alpha 1, or a1, is one of the most advanced cameras ever released and, because of that, there is a ton of questions that need to be asked and answered. Below you’ll find a list of all the answers we have compiled so far. Quick tip: If you are looking for something specific, we highly...
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I received my Canon T50 as a birthday present from a parent who knew little about photography. But what I surely didn’t know at sixteen was that this camera would mark the beginning of my photography career and also the beginning of the end for Canon’s FD mount. A sentence like that could only float by on a pillow of sentimental hindsight, but it is true that my first photo exhibit was of images...
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The term “pixel peeping” might be a product of the digital age, but the concept of critically eyeballing the details of a photograph go way back to the earliest days of photography. Back when film was king, the only way to “zoom in” to see exactly how good your lens-focusing skills were was to view your transparencies and negatives through a loupe. During the heyday of film photography, the most...
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Esther JuLee and Jacob Fu started Local Adventurer with the goal of moving to a new city each year and sharing their discoveries in a visual feast, while engaging a dedicated audience in the process. In fewer than 10 years, their creative efforts have expanded into a veritable cottage industry of content, earning them more than 350,000...
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Night photography presents its own unique challenges, such as focusing in the dark, exposing properly, reducing noise, and more. National Parks at Night’s Matt Hill and Chris Nicholson share their solutions to the problems that arise when capturing the night sky, from noise reduction to improving your light painting. Sponsored by National Parks at Night’s Night Photo Summit....
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Welcome to B&H's Film Photo Week! Running from February 7-12, 2021 across all of B&H's channels will be loads of new content and events about film photography. You'll find invigorating chats with working photographers who still haven't put away their film cameras, tutorials to make the most of that camera in your closet...
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It’s hard to imagine a more ideal guest for a photography podcast than the wonderful Ralph Gibson....
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Anne Belmont’s passion for flower photography shows through her ethereal and magical photos. In this photography seminar, Anne will give a peek into her techniques: how she uses life experiences in her visual storytelling and how she takes risks and experiments. She will also cover how Lensbaby...
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In reflecting back on his long and varied career, photographer Lou Jones says, “In art, I think that you're pushed and pulled in a direction. And being a black artist, especially a black photographer, a lot of my decisions were based upon survival.” To insure his survival over the past 50 years, the Boston-based Jones has mastered everything from corporate/industrial and advertising assignments...
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Photographer Robin Laurenson shares seven tips to help you take your landscape photos from questionable to terrific. This seminar is jam-packed with essential information for the beginning landscape photographer, such as camera settings, gear, photography composition techniques, and useful apps. Stick around until the end of the video for bonus tips on how to expand your Instagram following! And...
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