Photography

Canon Expands Radio-Capable Speedlite Line with 430EX III-RT

In this B&H article, Canon announces a new radio-controlled flash, the Canon Speedlite 430EX III-RT.

Travel Portraiture: Toward a Deeper Understanding of Place

Travel portraiture can be one of the most difficult forms of photography, but it is also one of the most rewarding. As photographers, we begin daydreaming of the perfect image even before we pack our bags. Imagining a craggy face set against the soaring cliffs of Amalfi, or a robed woman gliding through the brilliant, winding streets of the Chefchaouen medina, we can easily see ourselves there, capturing the essence of the place. Upon arrival, though, the location is often overwhelming, the travel exhausting, and the language barriers daunting.

Unveiled: New Induro Carbon Fiber Tripods and Monopods

Induro has announced a new series of tripods and monopods and is also honing its product line to appeal specifically to the professional still photographer. The company will no longer offer products made for video production nor will it produce aluminum tripods, and the lines of carbon fiber tripods and monopods will feature a new carbon fiber pattern, new matte-finish hardware, and improved cases and packaging.

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Venus Optics Introduces The Ultra-Wide-Angle Macro Lens and Flexible Macro Flash

Venus Optics has just announced a new full-frame wide-angle macro lens with 1:1 magnification ratio and 110° angle of view.

Unveiled: Olympus Air A01 Mirrorless Micro Four Thirds Lens-Style Digital Camera

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5 Recommended Full-Frame DSLR Lenses for Travel Photography

If you're traveling with your full-frame camera, this B&H article offers suggestions for five great lenses for travel.

Post-Production Workflow for Wedding Photography, with Ryan Brenizer

New York City-based wedding photographer Ryan Brenizer starts this very informative tutorial with a piece of information familiar to any photographer—most of your time working on a job will be spent in front of a computer. Therefore, it is crucial to develop a system to streamline your workflow while guaranteeing the safety of your images.

12 Recommended Photography Books from the B&H Bestseller List

B & H Photo isn’t a bookstore, but we carry more than 500 titles of photography books and tutorials. If you are like me, photo books can be an endless source of information to help you learn the technical ins-and-outs of the art, and can be a well of inspiration to help you develop your craft and encourage you to try new techniques, travel to new locations, and experiment with your gear.

Here is a hand-selected list from our resident photography experts’ reading lists:

George Diebold’s American Road trip

In 1963, when my parents took my brother and me on a six-week odyssey, visiting our national parks, they didn’t realize to what extent they were cultivating my love of being on the road in America.

Now, fifty years after that first trip, whether I’m 280 feet below sea level in Death Valley’s Badwater Basin, or at the summit of Mauna Kea, on The Big Island of Hawaii, I have a romantic vision of all things American.

Reinventing the Scanner with the IRIS Portable Lineup

Thsi B&H article is about IRIS scanners, unique solutions that offer great variety in their capable product lineup.

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