Unveiled: Leica M (Typ 262)

Podcast Episode 5: Film versus Digital Imaging, with Harvey Wang

Have you ever shot film?  Do you still shoot film? Does it make a difference in your work? Is your work defined by it? This episode of the B&H Photography Podcast addresses an issue that is still at the heart of photography—does the medium you choose affect the way you work and, ultimately, the images you produce?  With the recent release of his book, From Darkroom to Daylight, we will talk with photographer Harvey Wang and with writer and photographer Todd Vorenkamp about the differences between shooting film and shooting digital images.

MacBook Pro For Photographers

Going portable doesn’t mean you have to leave your image editing and viewing capabilities at home. Packed in a svelte aluminum exterior, the MacBook Pro offers computing technology that will meet the needs of many photographers. Not only will it allow you to be mobile but, for some, it can serve as the only computer that they need.

iPad For Photographers

If you need a compact tool for reviewing and editing images or are pressed for space and weight while traveling, an iPad can be a great solution. Available in a variety of sizes, photographers of all walks are sure to find a model that meets their space constraints. At the same time, iPads now pack enough power to fulfill the role that a laptop once played or provide an initial look-and-edit before moving images to a workstation for final output.

Apple Desktops For Photographers

If you are looking for a desktop computer that packs advanced technology and performance into a single, high-performance machine, the iMac offers a solid option. The incorporation of computer and monitor into a slim and striking design characterizes the iMac line. For photographers looking for a powerful machine and capable monitor, the iMac offers an easy solution.

First Look: Manfrotto Digital Director

In this video from Kelby Media, Larry Becker demonstrates the vast capabilities of the Manfrotto Digital Director, a tethering solution that connects a Canon or Nikon DSLR to an iPad. Follow along and he shows what this innovative technology can do, and how it can improve your shooting workflow. We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of other instructional and informative videos at

New Wide HD PENTAX-D FA645 35mm f/3.5 AL [IF] Lens for the 645 System

The Making of a Photo Book with the Adobe Lightroom Book Module

In today’s ever-evolving, digital world of images being shared online in an instant, it’s easy to think of printing your photos as a thing of the past. Yet there is still a strong case to be made for the pleasures and value of publishing photographs in print. In fact, the trend for self-published photo books has seen steady growth in our increasingly digital world. There continues to be lasting import to the unique beauty and tactile pleasures of a collection of images gathered between the pages of a photographic book.

Peter Turnley: On Curiosity, Cuba, and Self-Publishing His New Book

Peter Turnley is a renowned photojournalist who has been witness to most of the major conflicts and international news events of the past thirty years. His influential work has been featured in the world’s most important publications, specifically on more than forty covers of Newsweek, and he has produced several books of documentary photography, including his most recent, Cuba–A Grace of Spirit, which is available here.

Selfie Sticks: A B&H Buying Guide

In this buying guide from B&H, you will learn everything you need to know about how to buy a selfie stick. 


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