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Looking for a light stand? Seems like a simple task, until you head to the category and find that there are hundreds of options, each with its own set of features and specifications, which can make the whole experience a little overwhelming. We are here to help. Whether you are a beginner or experienced photographer...
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Even as COVID changes the rules of everything related to sports, including sports photography, there is still one basic truth in photographing sports—access is everything. If you are not near the action, you will not get a photograph. Does this mean you need a sideline pass at the Super Bowl or a family member in the NBA “bubble?” No. Those are good to have, and media credentials for a Super Bowl...
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The state of memory cards is evolving almost as quickly as digital cameras themselves, but I think we’ve finally hit a new standard that has some staying power. CFexpress is the fast and robust memory format that’s being employed by some of the hottest new cameras, including Canon’s EOS R5 and C300/500, Nikon’s D6, Z 6 and Z 7, and Panasonic’s S1 and S1R, among others, and is a card format that’s...
Guide to Portable Hard Drives for the Travel Photographer
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You finally made it to your destination, and as you kick up your feet and sip from an ice-cold drink, the last thing you want to worry about is storage. It is a little insane that you must rely on a semi-mysterious device to hold the photographs from your most recent excursion safe, especially as you plan to do a bit more shooting as you go about your travels. Hopefully, this...
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Ahhhhhhhh, the hot summer sun, cool waves along the shore, sand between your toes—what’s not to love about the beach? If you are a camera, all of the above. Extreme heat, corrosive saltwater, and tiny particles can destroy a vulnerable camera faster than you can slather on sunscreen. Luckily, with a little preparation, you can safely take photographs at the beach while minimizing risk to your...
Back to School: What You Want vs What You Need
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As a student, much of your life is about making choices and sacrifices. “Should I skip this class and sleep in?” or “Should I go to class even though I’m too tired to pay attention?” There are a lot of hard decisions to make as a student, especially if you’re a burgeoning photographer looking to attain professional status. But, as a student, means are often limited and you need to be more...
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When it comes to moon photography, you might have many questions. How do you prepare for a moon photo shoot? What camera settings should you use? What gear do you need? Maria answers all these questions as she shows you how to photograph the moon! Read more moon photography tips at B&H Explora:...
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Like vinyl records and your father’s wardrobe, instant cameras are back and as popular as ever. Alongside refurbished and reimagined analog cameras, many new hybrid models combine the benefits of digital capture with the immediacy of instant film. Polaroid and FUJIFILM continue to produce “true” instant film stock—the kind you expose and then wait to see develop. They share the market with a new...
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If you have someone under 20 years old in your life, you probably know that photo prints are in fashion again. I’m not necessarily referring to darkroom prints on fiber paper, but prints made from disposable cameras that appear in an envelope after being sent “somewhere” and, more so, prints from instant cameras. FUJIFILM and the...
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The supposed death of the point-and-shoot camera notwithstanding, there are many types of compact cameras available for the novice and pro, and many reasons to enjoy a point-and-shoot instead of the phone camera. At prices of less than $100 and lengths less than 4", there exists a group of stand-alone cameras that offers features most smartphones still do not—optical zoom lenses, image...
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One of the best things about shooting film is the complete control you have over the process, from film choice and exposure to development and either scanning or printing. We spend a lot of time focusing on the different films you can use and then a lot of time on how to produce your finished images from that film, but there’s general oversight on the development stage. I’m certainly guilty of...
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Camera gear protectors accomplish several goals. If you should accidentally drop or otherwise bump your camera or lens against a hard surface, depending on the particulars—including the degree and point of impact—camera protectors can minimize, if not prevent, serious damage or dents to your gear, and possibly spare you the time and expense of repairs. Depending on the product, many gear...
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Photographer dads may be the easiest for whom to find a Father’s Day present. There’s really no end to the well-built and practical accessories they need or want for their cameras, and there’s always a new model of lens or camera announced, so a quick check of the Photography section on the B&H Photo Video website...
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The phrase “dust and water resistant” has become so pervasive in the camera industry that it nearly comes as a given with any new camera or lens. Nobody wants to invest a considerable chunk of money on a camera only to have it melt in the rain like the Wicked Witch of the West. The same goes for dust, dirt, and sand—all of which share an unwavering attraction to camera equipment. But what does “...
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Is your father a passionate photographer, someone who lives and breathes pixels, is always shopping for the newest gear, and is also flaunting their existing prized collection of cameras, lenses, and other photo odds and ends? If so, you already know how hard it can be to shop for the photographer father who has it all, but you also know that getting them anything not photography related would...
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