B&H Photo Does New York Fashion Week

In this B&H article, Todd Vorenkamp offers an official salute to New York fashion Week.

27 Impressive Numbers About The World’s Largest Digital Camera

Thanks to a funding approval from the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science, construction of the world’s largest digital camera will start soon. The camera will be mounted on the National Science Foundation’s Large Synoptic Survey Telescope (LSST) on a mountain peak in Chile, where it will photograph, in exquisite detail, the southern night sky over the span of a decade. The camera will be assembled at the DOE’s SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, operated by Stanford University.

Tough Cameras on Vacation: Olympus, Ricoh, Fujifilm - and Me

In this B&H article, John Harris puts three tough point-and-shoot cameras to the test.

Bad Weather Weddings

There are a lot of reasons to like the New York City area, but weather usually doesn’t make the top 100. Every summer, we are reminded that we are the Northernmost U.S. city considered “humid subtropical,” and every degree of heat gets compounded with sticky wetness, reflected from concrete and asphalt on all sides like the interior of an Easy-Bake Oven, and filtered through the smell and collective grumpiness of closely huddled masses. But each winter we miss summer, because that same humidity makes the cold settle into our bones.

Barber Shop Handcrafted Camera Bags and Straps

Handmade in Italy by expert craftspeople, Barber Shop’s line of fine leather and canvas bags, straps, and accessories refines your presentation while protecting your gear. Providing the utmost versatility, the premium Undercut Convertible Camera Bag offers four stylish carrying options in one sophisticated attaché.

Unveiled: the Ricoh Theta S Spherical Digital Camera

Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX8 Mirrorless Micro Four Thirds Digital Camera

Leica X (Typ 113) "Edition Moncler" Digital Camera: Leica Style, Italian Flair

Video: A Year in the Life of an African Wildlife Photographer, with Andy Biggs

Andy Biggs is an accomplished African wildlife photographer, but he provides an incredibly comprehensive talk on all aspects of photography from composition decisions, to format choices to storytelling and printing. He discusses his “adjective-driven” approach to getting the best shot and also demonstrates how he converts RAW files and color-corrects for printing, all the while demonstrating his color work and gorgeous foray into medium format black-and-white photography. Biggs also leads photography safaris, and his ability to teach his beloved medium is clear in this hour-long video.

Tamron Revamps Full-Frame SP Series with 35mm & 45mm f/1.8 Lenses


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