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by John Harris and Cory Rice
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Photography is a tool of empowerment that has allowed me and millions of others to tell our stories. Growing up in a religious family with very traditional values, my true identity was lost. Like many other girls from Iran, from the age of seven, I had to...
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I don’t know if we’ve ever had two photographers with such divergent styles on the same episode. It would make little sense to even have them on together, except that their individual work is exceptional, and they are married to each other. This week on the B&H Photography Podcast, we return to a format that has served us well...
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Using the Sony a9 II and FE 400mm f/2.8 lens, Sony Artisan and sports photographer Jean Fruth photographs Montclair State University's ice hockey team, showcasing the camera's strengths for sports photography. More about Jean Fruth: https://www.jeanfruthimages.com/about/index More #...
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Hiking through the snow, nature photographer Martin Bailey shows you Hokkaido's beauty through minimalist black-and-white photography. He offers a look inside his Hokkaido Winter Landscape Photography Adventure Tour, which is sure to inspire you to travel! If you had to choose anywhere for your adventure photography, Hokkaido, Japan should be on your list. More...
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In this Tamron lens review, Jake Estes takes you on an outdoor photo shoot, in Poughkeepsie, New York. This lightweight lens works well for any travel photographer, whether they take landscape photos or nature photos. If you've been looking for reasons to buy the Tamron 35mm-150mm f/2.8-4 lens, look no further! Learn more at...
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Photography is the outcome of a battle between the two sides of my brain. Before my drone lifts off, I have no idea what the ground around me looks like from above. When I’m flying, my left brain is seeking the attention of my right brain to try to...
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On this week’s episode of the B&H Photography Podcast, we welcome editorial, fashion, art, and music photographer Olivia Bee. That’s a lot of tags and she’s earned them all in a relatively short time span. Her “origin story” is well-documented in photo circles, so we...
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Artificial intelligence is creeping into every piece of technology you own. It’s in your phones, in your computers, and in your speakers, just to name a few. I guess it was inevitable that AI would come for your cameras, as well. Don’t worry—AI isn’t here to eliminate the photographer, it’s simply to make...
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Photography registers the world’s optical unconscious: the traumas and ecstasies, the losses and joys that forge the true meaning of our lives in ways not ruled by conscious thought. — Ulrich Baer,...
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Imagine the privilege of being present at the creation of one of the “wonders of the world,” and then imagine being asked to document the magnitude—and the details—of that creation. Our guest on today’s episode of the B&H Photography Podcast has just that privilege and that responsibility and, as he puts it, this telescope may “...
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Now that it’s 2020, we finally have perfect vision for our look back at everything that occurred in the 2010s. It was an important and fast-moving decade for the photography technology industry, with innovations in digital imaging moving just as quickly as in the computing industry. Even though the decade feels like a blur now, let’s take a look back at the top 10 photo-related technologies that...
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In 1975, the Internet didn’t exist, smartphones didn’t exist, wafer-thin laptops were a pipedream, and if you were a photographer, you shot film. Thanks to a Kodak employee named Steven Sasson, all this was about to change. By hacking parts of an old Kodak Super 8 movie camera together with a half dozen or so circuit boards and a 2MP monochrome CCD sensor, Sasson created what is recognized as the...
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Photography is a way for me to depict the injustices I saw when I was a criminal defense lawyer. It brings together my journalism and legal backgrounds, allows me to snoop into my subjects’ lives, takes me to places I wouldn’t ordinarily explore, and...
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During a little holiday trip, producer John Harris made a visit to the gallery and studio of photographer Clyde Butcher. For anyone who grew up in Florida, Butcher’s work should be very familiar; his photography is often found on the walls of local libraries, municipal buildings, and, as Miami native Jason Tables points out, “every doctor’s...
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The prospect of an Antarctic journey is sure to conjure an inescapable sense of adventure in even the most seasoned traveler. Award-winning photographer and journalist Caryn B. Davis knows this feeling well, because her travel bug runs deep. A former producer, writer, and cameraperson for television documentaries, Davis shifted cameras and careers, in 2000, to specialize in architectural and...
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