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B&H is proud to announce the return of the Depth of Field Conference. This one-of-a-kind virtual event is tailored to the professional portrait, wedding, and event photography market, and features an incredible lineup of presenters, motivational speakers, and interactive experiences—not to mention the return of our popular Depth of Field Challenge. This year, for the first time ever, DOF will be an online-only event. The event kicks off February 1
by Jill Waterman ·Posted
To follow up on what is described by a fan as “the best two days in months,” B&H is rolling out the OPTIC All Stars Special Edition as a two-day virtual conference on November 22 and 23, 2020, organized in partnership with Lindblad Expeditions. Wildlife, landscape, and travel photographers from around the world are welcome to stream lectures, test their knowledge of photography trivia, attend virtual trade shows, join OPTIC hangouts to network and chat, and more. Above
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On this week’s episode of the B&H Photography Podcast, we welcome photographer Ashok Sinha, who talks about his forthcoming book, Driver-full City: The Unique Architecture of Car Culture in Greater Los Angeles, and discusses the Cartwheel Initiative, a nonprofit that he founded, which works with displaced and refugee youth, using photography and multimedia tools to inspire these youth to find
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B&H recently hosted the OPTIC Outdoor, Photo/Video, Travel Imaging Conference, which gave us an opportunity to sit with many wonderful photographers including Ron Magill, Frans Lanting, and Erin Babnik, and we will be publishing these conversations over the next few weeks. Today we welcome representatives from Canon, Panasonic Lumix, and Sony to discuss their latest wares. First we speak with Ross Joseph from Canon about his company's 
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On this week’s episode of the B&H Photography Podcast, we’re talking gear—specifically, the latest gear announced at the two most recent trade shows, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), and Wedding and Portrait Photographers International (WPPI). In addition to a summary of some of the items announced at CES, like the Panasonic Lumix GH5S, we speak with B&H writers
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New York City affords a photographer many opportunities, including the annual gathering of photo professionals at the PDN PhotoPlus International Conference + Expo. Founded in 1983, it is the largest photography and imaging event in North America and features seminars, master classes, portfolio reviews, and a convention center filled with the latest cameras, lenses, and accessories from the major manufacturers and the not-so-major manufacturers. It is at the latter at whom we aimed our microphones as we wandered around the Expo floor. It’s
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At this year’s OPTIC Photography Conference, we sat down with representatives from camera and gear manufacturers to talk about their latest products, and question them on their company philosophies and the general state of the camera industry. We present here a compilation of conversations with four of our guests: Rudy Winston from Canon, Marc Farb from Sigma
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Young filmmakers in Brooklyn took part in Bushwick Stories, a B&H Workshop conducted in collaboration with the Bushwick Film Festival. This highlight video shows off many of the participants, and details their reasons for signing up. It showcases some of the productions and experiences these aspiring creatives shared as they produced their own short films. We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of other instructional and informative videos at
by Elizabeth Groeschen ·Posted
Before spending a week attending Krista Rossow’s “The New World of Travel Photography” class at the Santa Fe Photographic Workshops, I was guilty of more than one bad habit. After living and backpacking throughout Southeast Asia for most of the past ten years, I became adept at deciding which city (sometimes country) I would travel to at the last minute. While spontaneity is my strength, research of my destination(s) fell to the wayside. When
by Thomas Simms ·Posted
At a photo show in another country, you are bound to see some unique products that aren’t what you normally find in photo stores in the US. This is especially true when you are in one of the most photography and camera-loving countries in the world: Japan. Below are some unique items seen at this year’s CP Plus Expo, in Yokohama. How about a humidity-controlled storage and display cabinet to preserve your most valued camera bodies and lenses? These cabinets come with either digital or analog hydrometers and maintain a low relative humidity