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10 Ways Not to Use a FocusMaker

We asked the community at the B&H Facebook Page if they could explain what the FocusMaker DSLR Focusing Tool was used for. Over 100 comments quickly piled in, and many of them were humorous. Here's a list of the top 10 ways not to use this piece of gear.

Tips for Protecting Your Photos Online

Once upon a time, I was a barely-out-of-college kid that kept copies of lots of my photos online. Then, one day, while Googling myself, I found the New York Times using a photo of mine without permission, or without linking back to my Flickr page. And that is how Chris entered "protect your images online before they get stolen" land. Here are some tips to help you guard against having your images stolen on line. 



You've Got a Little Bit More Time to Win a Nikon 35mm F/1.8 Lens.

For those of you that did not see the news on our Facebook newsfeed, Nikon Rumors is giving away a Nikon 35mm F/1.8 lens. Though the deadline for the giveaway was supposed to be today, it has been extended to May 1st.

The rules are simple:

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Q&A With Zack Arias on the B&H Facebook Page!

Hey everyone, on Friday, April 15th, Zack Arias himself will be available for a Live Q&A session on our Facebook wall. There, you'll be able to ask him about Photography, Lighting, Business, Marketing and Life. The session will run from 12-1PM EST, so feel free to stop by, say hello, ask him anything, and join the conversation. Zack will also have a free three-day workshop on creativeLIVE; and you can read more about that here.

Get your questions ready!

Kodak Easy Share M590

As popular as social networking sites such as Facebook, Flickr, Youtube, Kodak Gallery and Orkut are, there are probably many people who would love to share their photos and videos on these sites but are intimidated by the apparent complexity of uploading to them. Now, the Kodak Easy Share M590 makes uploading easy.

 

A Case Against Web Music Videos

Recently an old friend of mine made a post on Facebook about how deeply he disliked the music of a new and somewhat well-known underground band. Being a fan, I commented back asking him if he had ever sat down and listened to this group's music. He wrote back "...of course not, I just watched one of their videos on YouTube." When you watch music videos in our distracting web 2.0 world, how often do the tunes really sink in?

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