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by John Harris and Cory Rice
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Photography is an art medium to create work using real life as the art material. —Pixy Liao, artist, actress, musician Photograph © Cory Rice...
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While the specific origin remains fuzzy, an early appearance of the term Leaf Peeper—or Leaf Peeker, as initially used—is said to have surfaced as a newspaper headline in 1960s Vermont. Foliage tourism is legendary all over New England, but the neighboring states of Vermont and New Hampshire offer up a kaleidoscopic adventure in a tidy nutshell. Their shared border, similar shapes and compact...
by John Harris and Cory Rice
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Every photograph tells a story, fiction or non-fiction, but the best photographs are like poems: they make you feel something true. —Morrigan McCarthy, National Picture Editor at the New...
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“A wiser feller than myself once said, ‘Sometimes you eat the bear, and sometimes the bear, well, he eats you.’” A few of our listeners may recognize this quote from a certain 1998 movie but, for others, well, it may just be a confusing adage. For today’s episode of the B&H Photography Podcast, however, we did indeed “eat the bear”...
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New York Yankees Shortstop Didi Gregorius wants to prove that not all baseball players are created equal. The Bronx Bomber talks to B&H about his love for all things creative, from photography to digital illustration, and how there is so much more to him that just being a baseball player.
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Didi Gregorius is a man of many talents. As the starting shortstop for the first-place New York Yankees, his reputation as a world-class athlete is well known. However, what you might not realize is that Gregorius’s gifts don’t start and stop at the baseball diamond. Take one look at his Instagram account and you’ll see that not only is Gregorius an incredible athlete, he’s also an accomplished...
by John Harris and Cory Rice
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I don’t know what it is, but for me, it’s just a reflection of the self, or an attempt to understand the self through the outside world, and maybe communicate that to others. Every photo is a self-portrait. When I get to choose what I shoot, I shoot what...
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We welcome to the B&H Photography Podcast two photographers who have brought their talent and dedication to bear on the complex and beautiful lives that exist on the U.S.-Mexico border. Our first guest is photographer Stefan Falke, who is engaged in a 10-year portrait project...
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In the segment of Show Us Your Shot, filmmaker Sam Stephan shares the details behind the making of his short film, The Third Day. “On The Third Day, we budgeted for four days of shooting the 11-page script. Various high-frame-rate shots and zooms had been conceptualized from the beginning, so we chose the Angenieux Optimo 17-80mm T2.2 zoom lens and a RED Scarlett-W. Zooms kept the frame moving...
by Paige Denkin
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Our last travel log had us heading to Nevada (or California, depending on which side of state line you’re visiting when in South Lake Tahoe). I’m glad we were able to cross this one off the bucket list because Lake Tahoe was far more beautiful than I could ever imagine. Fair warning, though! As relatively new trailer owners, we were pretty nervous driving those roads to the top. Some switchbacks...
by John Harris and Cory Rice
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Fine art photography is like writing poetry, taking an everyday language and asking it to do things that are a little less conventional. But photography as a whole is a shared construction, it is what we are willing to call photography—no one gets to...
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When one of the world’s most “followed” photographers is available for a conversation, you make the time to talk with him, and when that photographer is acclaimed adventure, landscape, travel, and surf photographer Chris Burkard, expect that conversation to include some serious insights into the passion and ambition it takes to create the...
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How can I say this nicely? The night sky in New York City leaves a lot to be desired, especially if you have viewed the heavens from the deck of a container ship in the middle of the ocean. The stars, the handful that you can see over the city, don’t shine very brightly. Several hundred years ago, Venus appeared so brilliantly in the night sky that you could squeeze in a few rounds of shadow...
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My 100 Nights project has opened my eyes in other, unexpected ways. Inspiration comes in many forms. Sometimes it’s the environment that inspires me. On this particular night, in Iceland, last March, my friend David Wilder and I had been chasing clear skies to photograph the aurora. We started off at the famous Glacier Lagoon. We...
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