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I have spent over 20 years working with historical photographs and, for me, photography is the most powerful way for our pasts to connect with our present. No more compelling way to recognize who we might be than by seeing another version of ourselves—...
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New Year’s resolutions: We all know them as thoughts about positive changes that we wish to enact in the new year, and we are also aware that many do not survive through the end of the professional football season. Diets and exercise all seem like grand ideas with which to spring into the new calendar year, but, often, the road to summer swimsuit bodies is paved with the best of intentions. In...
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Kitty Peters from Atola Visuals and Armando Ferreira from Mondo Bytes challenged each other to create a 1-minute film in 1 week. The rules: use the Nikon Z50 and one surprise movie genre. The results: two fantastic short films! See their films and hear their reactions to each other's movies. Learn more about the...
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It’s hard to believe that another year of the B&H Photography Podcast is on the books and, as has become our way, we close out the year with a casual conversation about our most memorable episodes from 2019. But before we get started, a recent count showed that we have listeners in all but 15 countries. To us, that’s remarkable, and...
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Exquisite Environmental Automotive Photography, sponsored by Canon: Michael Alan Ross is at the top of his field in automotive location photography. In this seminar, photographer Ross discusses the challenges of shooting a car on location. You'll have the opportunity to learn the step-by-step process of what it takes to create stunning automotive images while dealing with highly reflective...
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Stephen Mallon is a busy New York-based photographer, and has been a frequent speaker at the Event Space for many years. His career has been steadily rising and his prominence and success are models for all aspiring commercial and fine art photographers.This presentation follows Mallon's path from stock photography to a life-changing client who would slowly lead him to his ultimate dream clients...
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Sony recently unveiled the stunning a7R IV Mirrorless Camera. To help you better understand all the new capabilities of this release, join Josh Pomponio in the B&H Tech Corner, as he answers a ton of your questions. He covers the new sensor, upgraded autofocus, and all the latest...
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Stop by the B&H Tech Corner, where Marisa Pena reviews some of the most common questions about the Canon EOS RP Camera. As the company’s entry-level full-frame mirrorless option, this ultra-lightweight body is a great jumping-off point for any aspiring photographer. As such, there are a lot...
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The B&H Photography Podcast wraps up 2019 expanding our minds, with the help of Swedish photographer Erik Johansson. Enabling his playful and slightly sinister imagination with a wealth of design and photographic talent, Johannsson makes images that toy with the veracity of a photo while using relatively basic photographic processes...
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Four years ago, we were assigned the task of starting an audio podcast about photography. Such a project had never been attempted at B&H, and there came the normal challenges associated with starting something new. We persisted through the first six months and, now, 200 weekly episodes later, we have built a program with thousands of subscribers and have even topped the iTunes/Apple Podcasts...
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Holiday light shows cover a lot of ground in Western states, from the more intimate celebrations in the wide-open states of Montana, Wyoming, and Idaho, to the increased sophistication of displays in the arts and culture meccas of California, Oregon, and Washington, to the distinctive character and ethnic flavors found in the non-contiguous states of Alaska and Hawaii. As explained in our other...
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Holiday lights are a time-honored tradition dating back to 17th-century Europe. But the ingenious idea to brighten the holidays using electric lights is a truly American invention, conceived of in 1882 by Thomas Edison’s business partner, Edward H. Johnson. According to one account, a mere two years after Edison patented the light bulb, Johnson hand-wired 80 red, white, and blue bulbs together...
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It’s that time of year again at the B&H Photography Podcast. Now firmly established as a tradition, with the end of the year in sight and gifting season in full swing, we take an episode to talk about the most interesting—dare I say, best—cameras of the year. Our guests include podcast regular Levi Tenenbaum and...
Apple’s 2019 Mac Pro: The Ultimate Photo Workstation and Digital Darkroom
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In developing the Mac Pro (Late 2019), Apple has unveiled a true digital darkroom for photographers with intensive imaging needs. Perhaps your photo workflow involves a Lightroom library that is tens of terabytes in size and spans multiple RAID arrays, or you’re working with large raw files from the cameras such as the Sony a7R IV...
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From the rolling hills of Ohio, to the crystalline waters of the Great Lakes region, to the fertile fields of the midwestern breadbasket states, the warmth and goodwill of the holiday season is mixed with an abiding passion for community spirit, resulting in hand crafted light shows that are a treat for the eyes, while also championing civic engagement. Above photograph © Nancy Tesdall, Winter...
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