Photography

Unveiled: Samsung NX3000 Digital Camera

From Shot to Print: Creating the Ideal Digital Imaging Workflow

Have you ever made a print from a Professional Inkjet Printer and didn’t get the results you were expecting? Were the colors not matching what you were seeing on the screen? Was the print darker than what was on the screen? Not sure where to start? Look no further, for this seminar is perfect for you! 

CamRanger Wi-Fi Remote

In the following video, Larry Becker discusses the CamRanger Wi-Fi Remote Control for Canon and Nikon DSLRs. Becker demonstrates the simplicity of setting up the remote and establishing a connection between your camera and your iOS or Android smart device or computer. With the free app installed, you’ll have remote access to live view and camera settings such as aperture, shutter speed, and ISO, as well as touch focus and manual focus adjustment.

Unveiled: Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 III Digital Camera

In spite of the decrease in the number of point-and-shoot cameras currently being released, Sony has carved out its own niche: the RX100-series, that pairs a well-liked compact form factor with advanced imaging capabilities and control akin to interchangeable-lens cameras. The newest member of this series is the Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 III.

B&H Event Space Attendees Become Featured Artists at the SohoPhoto Gallery

Taking the Studio to the Streets, with Clay Enos

When he isn’t out shooting the muscled men of 300: Rise of an Empire, or heroes like Superman and the Watchmen, photographer Clay Enos takes the studio feel to the streets. Luckily, I was able to sit down with him and discuss this particular style.

Film Scanners: This Year's Models, 2014

It's been a while since darkrooms have played an integral part in the art and craft of taking pictures, professional or otherwise. Enlargers, sinks, chemicals, safelights, print tongs, and makeshift doo-dads for burning and dodging have long been replaced by app-enhanced smartphones, tablets, Wi-Fi enabled you-name-its, and desktop printers... wireless, of course.

Diffraction: What It Is, and How to Avoid It

With the ever-increasing number of pixels manufacturers can cram onto a single digital image sensor, the optics themselves are beginning to become the limiting factor in image quality. This is making it all the more important to stop down our lenses in an effort to squeeze as much sharpness from them as possible. Unfortunately, while stopping down is a great way to sharpen pictures, if we go too far, we end up with deteriorating image quality. This optical effect is called diffraction.

New Lens Roundup from Samyang

Samyang is forever on the move, quickly responding to our unfulfilled focal-length and format needs by producing quality manual-focus lenses at affordable prices. They sometimes even fill needs we didn’t realize we had.

The company's most recent releases include an 8mm f/2.8 Fisheye for mirrorless APS-C cameras, a 10mm f/2.8 lens for DSLR and mirrorless APS-C cameras, a 35mm f/1.4 with an AE Chip for Canon DSLRs, and a 7.5mm T3.8 Cine Fisheye for mirrorless Micro Four Thirds cameras.

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