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In the 1970s, under the aegis of the Great Society’s Model Cities Program, photographer Earlie Hudnall, Jr. began to document the predominantly African-American neighborhoods of Houston’s 3rd, 4th, and 5th wards, and for more than forty years he has continued to create an indelible portrait of life in these neighborhoods. To...
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Recognized as a premier headshot and portrait photographer, Peter Hurley has quite the tale to tell. His work is known for the genuine expressions he captures, and he has expanded his business into an international organization. He is also an in-demand speaker and photo educator, but Hurley has an interesting “origin story” when it comes to...
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In this seminar, from October 2019, Bob Carey shares his passion project to make a difference in his community and raise funds for others in need. According to Carey, this project stemmed from an “organic drive to build a body that resonates with me and others,” hoping to “make a difference in the world.” Through this presentation, Carey wishes to “inspire” you in your own photographic journey.
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On this week’s episode of the B&H Photography Podcast, we welcome collector, curator, author, and educator W.M. Hunt. Part of the incredible photography collection Hunt has acquired over the years is being auctioned by the famed Christies auction house, and Hunt joins us to chat...
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Instead of an apron, food photographer Joanie Simon wears many hats—commercial and editorial imagemaker, recipe developer, photo educator, Blogger, YouTube Influencer, Livestreamer, and content creator extraordinaire. Over the past ten years, Simon has built her brand into a powerhouse of creative content and learning, leading us to invite her to appear as our next B&H Creator of the Week. By...
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B&H’s Michel Suissa talks with DPs Logan Schneider and Jimmy Matlosz about their experiences filming with ARRI’s Signature Zoom Lenses. After you've enjoyed this conversation, learn more about The Studio at B&H Professional Services and shop for the ARRI...
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It is important to be reminded of the power of photography to educate and explore, and to be a vehicle of self-expression, even self-realization. Equally crucial—through process and through memory—photography’s ability to bring people together, to share and to collaborate, is vital. On this week’s episode of the B&H Photography Podcast...
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Photographer, physicist, philosopher, horologist—these are just a few of the many facets that define the indefatigable Ming Thein. Armed with a camera since age 16, his photographic career has spanned a wide range of subjects and an even more impressive reach. His extensive musings on photography, as catalogued on his eponymous blog, amount to more than 1,800 articles, two million words, 200...
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For the headline of this week’s episode of the B&H Photography Podcast, we lifted a line from our guest’s own Instagram bio. It would have been too easy to call a show with Walter Iooss Jr. “Sports Photography...
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As museums in New York and around the world begin to reopen in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, a brand-new museum is facing the challenge of its grand reopening in the competitive New York City art and culture world. We welcome the inaugural Director of Exhibitions of Fotografiska, Amanda Hajjar, to the B&H Photography Podcast to...
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This year has brought us a ton of Apple products. That’s not surprising. What is surprising is Apple announcing moving away from Intel’s x86 processors to its own custom ARM-based silicon. There is a lot to unpack here, especially for consumers who generally don’t need to know much about processors beyond, “Is this...
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Once considered a mysterious and challenging creative endeavor, night photography is now more accessible than ever, thanks in part to the awe-inspiring workshops led by the five partners behind National Parks at Night (NPAN). With more than 400 successful workshops completed between them, Gabriel Biderman, Tim Cooper, Matt Hill,...
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This is a wonderful conversation for fans of mirrorless cameras, of classic lens design, of the venerable M-mount, and, really, of photography. The joy that our host Allan Weitz exudes while discussing a few of his current favorite lenses is as contagious as it is educational. And I feel that this episode provides a bolt of creative curiosity that might infuse my own photography. For this week’s...
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Wow! What a crazy year we have all had. Between dealing with this pandemic, the uncertainty within the economy, and the lack of travel over the last few months, I think it is safe to say that none of us predicted we would be here at the start of the year. I know I didn’t…. Way back in February, my good buddy, Stan Moniz, and I reached out to B&H with an idea to film a video project for...
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Where do you begin when attempting to find your street photography style? How do you get your photos to stand out from the rest? Do your choices in camera gear affect the final product? In this presentation, street photographer Dotan Saguy will reveal key choices you can make throughout your photographic process to craft your signature visual style. Similar photography talks:
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