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Not all fathers are photographers, but for those who are, I’d argue that a point-and-shoot camera is essential tech for the dads in the world. Even for those with the latest smartphone, point-and-shoots are dedicated, purpose-built tools that excel in areas where phones can’t quite keep up. And,...
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Tamron has just introduced its 28-200mm f/2.8-5.6 Di III RXD Lens, now the fastest all-in-one zoom in its class, with a maximum aperture of f/2.8 at the widest end. This should help many zoom lens enthusiasts who are looking to capture a little extra light in dim conditions....
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On today's episode of the B&H Photography Podcast, we are joined by Craig Semetko, a documentary and street photographer who is much more than those two descriptors. He came to photography from a career in performance and comedy and that makes a lot of sense, noting...
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Not long ago, I wrote a B&H Explora “How-to” article about hand-coloring black & white photographs using toned black-and-white prints and transparent photo oils. The article was well received and fun to produce. It also got me wondering if there was a way to...
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Leica has introduced a new bag specifically designed for one-camera outings: the Leica Ettas camera bag. Designed for use with Leica V-Lux, Q2, CL, TL2, and M-series cameras with lenses up to 90mm, Leica’s new Ettas-series shoulder bags feature coated canvas construction with a rubberized...
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We show you how to combine landscape and food photography at home. These photography ideas are a fantastic way to let your creativity and imagination run wild! Also check out these At-Home videos for more ways to help you stay creative at home.
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Pentax has announced the latest addition to its next-generation Star series prime lens family—the HD PENTAX-D FA* 85mm f/1.4 ED SDM AW. Designed for use with all full-frame and...
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For most photographers, the home studio is the studio. Many of us don’t have our own separate studio or frequent access or the need to work at a professional commercial studio. And regardless if it’s time, accessibility, availability, resources, or even by choice, the truth is that it’s often a lot easier and more convenient to do our “studio photography” at home. Convenience and preference aside...
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It's 2020 and full-frame imaging is now part of the norm. It seems as though up until not too long ago, full frame was a rare and exotic bird, but now is among the most common and expected technologies for a high-end, even middle-of-the-road, camera to have. With full-frame sensors now being a mature feature of sorts, I thought it would be a good time to take stock and see exactly how wide-...
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Profoto has announced a set of updated light-shaping tools for use with its B10, B10 Plus, and B1X off-camera flashes. The new drop includes barndoors, a snoot, three grids, and 12 gels. Most of the new modifiers are compatible with one another, so you can get exactly the effect that you want out of your flash....
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Refreshing the joy of instant cameras for the digital age, mobile printers have exploded in popularity in recent years. No longer a novelty, easily portable photo printers now offer an assortment of print sizes, connectivity options, and editing possibilities. Unlike instant cameras, mobile printers allow you to make edits to your images before printing, as well as create multiple copies so you...
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We encourage all of our listeners to register for the free digital online edition of the Outdoor Photo/Video Travel Imaging Conference (OPTIC) 2020, hosted by B&H and sponsored by Panasonic, Sony, Nikon, Canon, FUJIFILM, Godox, and many others. As most of you know, the...
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In recognition of B&H Photo Macro Week, this week's FAQ topic is—you guessed it—macro lenses. What is a macro lens? Macro lenses are generally defined as lenses that can photograph an object at life-size (1:1) or half life-size (1:2) magnification. Tamron SP 90mm f/2....
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Over the years, I’ve dabbled with many cameras and many film formats. I’ve used pretty much everything from 8 x 10" view cameras to half-frame 35mm cameras and ended up settling on 6 x 7 for the majority of my work. Somehow, though, after all of this time, I managed to skip the 645 format entirely. I didn’t do this intentionally; it just never seemed to fall into place. The cameras and lenses are...
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