Professional travel photographer Esteban Toro has a talent for visual storytelling and capturing immersive photos that allow you to see the world from his point of view. Join him on a journey to Alaska and learn how prior research can help you capture incredible images, like the ones in this video!
Have you traveled to Alaska with a camera? What was your experience like? Tell us about it in the Comments section.
There are few things as slow and tedious in the photographic world as threading a head on a tripod or a camera on a tripod head—or turning of any threaded screw, for that matter. The process of threading a camera on a tripod has been mostly eliminated by the invention of the quick-release (QR) dovetail plate. Can this concept and functionality be brought forward into the world of the modern creative? The Manfrotto MOVE Ecosystem has done just that.
The previous sentence had the word “Ecosystem” in it. MOVE is truly a system of accessories and
Learn everything you need to know about photographing the Aurora Borealis (Northen Lights) with David Swindler! From in-the-field workflow to camera gear and settings selection, you'll be prepared for capturing this beautiful natural phenomenon!
Tell us about your tips for photographing the Northern Lights, in the Comments section.
Are optical designers designing (and re-designing) lenses today to create better bokeh at the expense of optical characteristics such as diffraction spikes (popularly known as star effects/sunstars/starbursts)? Is the trend toward creating “better” bokeh sending the lens-made diffraction spike the way of pay phones, SLR cameras, manual transmissions, and the internal combustion engine?
The photography world, especially on the Internet, is full of debates. Canon vs. Nikon.
On today’s episode of the B&H Photography Podcast, we welcome two members of the New York chapter of the American Society of Media Photographers, otherwise known as the ASMP-NY, and we discuss the society’s evolving role as a trade organization for photographers, as well as a recent photography exhibit the Society sponsored.
Our guests are Liam Alexander, President of the New York chapter of
Introducing the Kristi Odom wildlife photography master class! Join Kristi in Yellowstone National Park for four tutorials on photographing wildlife: camera gear, safety and ethics, composition and creativity, and editing. If you're a beginner or intermediate-level photographer, you won't want to miss these tutorials!
Have you photographed wildlife, or this is a new venture for you? Tell us about your experience in the Comments section, below!
There probably isn’t a photographer in the world who hasn’t thought, “If only I could get a bit closer, or have a longer lens, I could get the shot!” Well, Canon has heard your internal monologue and has just rolled out a pair of lenses that put the “super” in super-telephoto: the RF 800mm f/5.6 L IS USM lens, and the RF 1200mm f/8 L IS USM lens for its RF mount
The B&H video team is on set to test the new Panasonic Lumix GH6 Mirrorless Camera. Renowned for meshing high-spec video capabilities with portability, the GH6 boasts a new 25.2MP Micro Four Thirds sensor; 5.7K video at 30 fps; 4K video at 120 fps; and even ProRes recording along with updated stills features; improved image stabilization; and a higher-res EVF and LCD. The GH6 is the camera that makes the most of the Micro Four
Let's take a look at the Nikon NIKKOR Z 400mm f/2.8! Made for Nikon's Z mount, this super-telephoto lens is perfect for sports and wildlife photography, with a maximum aperture of f/2.8 and built-in 1.4x teleconverter, as well as sophisticated optical, autofocus, and VR systems.
What would you capture with this camera lens? Let us know below in the Comments section!
Sigma has entered the FUJIFILM mirrorless world equipped with a trio of Contemporary lenses: a 16mm f/1.4, 30mm f/1.4, and 56mm f/1.4. Occupying three popular focal lengths and sharing a bright, f/1.4 maximum aperture, the new lenses provide a solid foundation for Sigma to increase the number of its X-Mount offerings over time.
Starting with the widest of the three, the 16mm f/1.4 DC DN Contemporary translates to the 35mm equivalent of 24mm when used on
Join award-winning wedding photographer Andre Brown on his years-long journey of making portraits of men. In this video, Brown shows you how to get better at posing men using lighting, photo composition, cropping, and more.
What are your own tips for posing male portrait subjects? Share some in the Comments section!
David Swindler shares his must-know tips on how to use long telephoto lenses for outdoor photography, from landscapes to wildlife to portraits. In this video, he describes the process for choosing a telephoto zoom lens, how to hold one, how to balance it on a tripod, and more!
Which of these lenses do you want to use on an outdoor photoshoot? Tell us why in the Comments section, below!
It’s worth the time to see the work of photographer Mandy Barker before listening to this episode. Take a glance at the B&H Photography Podcast homepage or Barker’s website to get a sense of the simple but imaginative images she creates; it will certainly enrich the experience of hearing her speak about photographing plastic garbage, which is what she has found to be her calling.
Of course, we’re being a bit facetious but, as we discover
Editorial and commercial photographer Kreshonna Keane shares five tips for posing her portrait subjects. From finding creative angles to directing models, Keane paints a keen portrait of her craft.
What are some of your own tips for posing your portrait subjects? Wax poetic in the Comments section!