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There are different kinds of cameras for different kinds of shooters (DSLRs for serious photographers, point-and-shoot cameras for snapshot takers, mirrorless camera systems for DSLR users on vacation, etc.), and similarly, there are many different kinds of musical keyboards, too.

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If you and your family or friends are headed to the beach, pool or lake this summer, then you owe it to yourself to check out this video roundup of waterproof camcorders. 

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The Liteporter from Petrol Bags is a carrying case that was built for transporting a 1 x 1 Litepanels LED instrument or other comparably sized lights or equipment. 

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What better way to learn nature photography than from a National Geographic photographer in the exclusive B&H Event Space? Michael Melford is an excellent resource for any photographer looking for some insight.

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For more than 20 years, Adobe Photoshop has been one of, if not the largest, image editing software programs around. “Knowing Photoshop” could be worn like a badge of honor in some circles, and if you’ve spent years using the program you know how powerful it is—even though it seems the more you learn, the more you learn you don’t know.

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In this 100-minute video, photographer Thatcher Cook talks about his career documenting programs for international humanitarian aid organizations (NGOs) and uses his images and stories to discuss his early work through his most recent digital assignments.

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Every so often you come across an unexpected success story in the world of photography. Such a story belongs to Michael Thompson, the founder of Lightenupandshoot.com, who went from being a mortgage broker to professional photographer in three short years.

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Perhaps Olympus was right when it declared, “A new era in Micro Four Thirds technology is about to begin.” With the combination of mirrorless camera functionality and SLR professional quality, Olympus seems to be aiming to make history repeat itself with the innovative OM-D E-M5 Micro Four Thirds camera.

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Mia McCormick walks us through some of the features of the GoPro HD Hero 2 Motorsports, Surf and Outdoor Editions in this B&H video. She also guides us through a tour of two Liquid Image HD Goggles, designed for extreme sports.

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When a drum machine is conceived by someone who actually produces music in today’s market, the result has a pedigree that’s hard to beat. Geared towards creators of Hip-Hop, R&B, and Urban Pop, the Beat Thang combines sampling, drum programming and sequencing into a portable, easy-to-use machine.

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Andy Biggs is a wildlife photographer who has found his ultimate inspiration in the African landscape. He has great respect and a deep understanding of its wildlife, people and culture, and he shares this philosophy by running photographic safaris and teaching. 

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Moose Peterson has received many awards for his wildlife, landscapes, and aviation photography. While still very much a practicing photographer, he also finds time to teach and write.

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Macro photography is photography magnified, with an emphasis on detail, pattern and texture. It allows us to enter a world that is normally hidden from the naked eye. In this one-hour video, Barbara Leven takes us on a fascinating journey using an abundant display of her botanical photographs.

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Philip Bloom was an early adopter of HDSLR video functionality, and using the Canon 5D Mark II, has done much to advance the art and science of this relatively new way of filmmaking. 

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For some photographers, it’s all about getting the image right in camera, for others it’s using non-traditional tools and the post processing that intrigues them. Dan Burkholder’s work certainly contains much of the latter and the title of his recent book, iPhone Artistry, speaks volumes.

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