Photography

Ten years ago, in 2005, Canon broke new ground in the imaging world with the EOS 5D, the first full-frame DSLR to feature a body size similar to that of a 35mm film SLR. Today, Canon is still revolutionizing the industry with the 5D series, most recently with the jaw-dropping 50.6-megapixel resolution of the 5DS and 5DS R, announced in February. In order to celebrate this decade of innovation,...
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I couldn’t wait to try out Dynalite’s new Baja B4 monolights ever since their announcement in October of 2014, so I was understandably excited when I got word that I would have the opportunity to take them home for a couple of weeks and put them through the ringer. With nothing on the...
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Photo-Editing Software: Get to Know the Other Options
Adobe Photoshop has long been the industry standard in post-processing software, but it’s certainly not the only game in town. Widely regarded as the most comprehensive and all-inclusive image-editing software system on the planet, its complex, multifaceted interface can be daunting for many users due to the sheer number of tools and options. Perhaps the biggest downside to the latest version,...
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Los Angeles-based editorial and advertising photographer Sean Teegarden provides a comprehensive overview of the spectrum of Photoshop-family products, including the newest releases: Lightroom 6 and Lightroom CC. Beginning with a...
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With the official release of the Summilux-M 28mm f/1.4 ASPH. lens, Leica has completed a series of fast-aperture prime lenses that also includes a 35mm and 50mm. The 28mm was...
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Mahogany, Padouk, Walnut… camera specs? For special edition cameras made by Hasselblad—yes, they are. When the Hasselblad Lunar Mirrorless Digital Camera was delivered to my desk, even the box that housed its box impressed me. It opened like a fairy tale to reveal the gleaming black display case that will be the luxurious home to your camera while it’s not in use. Think of it as a tri-level...
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To get a little real-world insight on the use and provenance of the incredible Canon 1200mm f/5.6L EF USM Lens, we asked famed sports photographer Peter Read Miller, who probably used it as much as anyone, to reminisce about his experiences photographing with this lens. Canon...
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Someone, somewhere, recently decided to bid a fond farewell to one of the most legendary telephoto lenses ever made, the Canon EF 1200mm f/5.6 L USM and, now that it is at the B&H SuperStore, a group of photographers from B&H were given the opportunity to take this optical giant out for a unique shooting experience. Not only is it legendary, it is rare and mysterious. Our friends at Canon...
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As a professional photographer, you have many options for printing the photos you shoot. The kind of printer you choose is based not only on the type of photos you make and who your clients are, but on how you want to present your work and what style of personal promotion interests you. As a wedding photographer, you might want to present acceptable work prints to your clients and have a lab...
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Buying Guide
Many hobbyists reach a turning point in their craft when they decide to pursue wedding photography seriously. With the transition to pro comes the task of updating your lens kit accordingly, and most photographers would agree that investing in quality glass is essential. Unlike the rapid turnover of DSLR bodies, lenses will last for years and can make all the difference in creating truly...
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Buying Guide
We asked a group of highly regarded wedding photographers for thoughtful tips on how to expand, sharpen, and maintain their creative approach to wedding photography. After getting a lot of great insight, we narrowed the pile down to six tips to pass along to you. 1. Workshops/Mentoring No matter what you do for a living, there is often a tendency to think that you have reached the peak of your...
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Tips and Solutions
When you photograph a wedding, you are faced with a wide array of lighting conditions, ranging from bright sunlight to dimly lit interiors. Using ambient light as your main source is often preferable; however, in a situation such as a wedding where time is of the essence, you will need to know how to properly expose all of these varying scenes using both natural and artificial light sources....
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Tips and Solutions
Weddings are all about people and, for the photographer, success often depends on how you interact with the multitude of personalities you will find at a wedding venue. We spoke to a good cross-section of professional wedding photographers to assemble some tips for both beginner and veteran wedding shooters. 1. Know Your Client “Know your client—their likes, dislikes, preferences, what they’re...
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The original Olympus Stylus was a wildly popular broad-spectrum point-and-shoot film camera that became a cult classic among enthusiasts who wanted a high-performance 35mm compact that would fit in their pockets. Now that we’re deep into the digital era, Olympus has brought forth the ...
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As the weather warms and the days grow longer, the first thing that pops into many people's minds is that summer is drawing near. And with each summer season comes its respective wedding season. Making use of the advantageous weather and abundant good spirits, wedding season brings out the greatest joy in everyone involved. However, as summertime and wedding season annually coincide and...
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