Photo Accessories

Holiday 2012: Great Design Awards

Holiday 2012: Lensbaby Lenses and Accessories

Over the past few years, Lensbaby has introduced several lines of compact tilt-and-shift and special-effects lenses. Plastic and metal with a unique ball and socket selective-focus mechanism, Lensbaby manual focus lenses come in numerous permutations and mounts and with a host of converters and fun accessories.

The New Crumpler Extravaganza Equipment Bags for Photo, Video, Work and Play

Crumpler has just announced three new gear-friendly bags designed for traveling photographers, video shooters and anyone who travels with lots of stuff. The trio consists of the Bronzed Extravaganza, the Flaked Extravaganza, and lastly, the Gourmet Extravaganza,

Grafea Camera Bags: Leather with Vintage Flair

A love of vintage clothing and accessories led Hari, the founder of Grafea, to start her own line of designer bags that have high style and high-quality craftsmanship. Her hope is that these leather bags, which are fantastically beautiful new, will be revisited and cherished in vintage stores 60-70 years in the future.

ONA Camera Bags: Rich and Imaginative

ONA camera bags combine form with function, and provide excellent protection for your camera—with style. Tracy Foster, the founder of ONA bags, has a goal: "Your camera bags and accessories should be rich and imaginative, like the photos you love to take."

Compact Support Solutions: Tripods, Pedestals, Bean Bags and More

Whether you're shooting with DSLRs, camcorders or point and shoots, B&H has a broad array of compact tripods, bean bags and more for photography and videography in every style imaginable to suit your needs. You can even find pedestals specifically for pro video and broadcast applications.

Rite in the Rain

Rite in the Rain notebooks are tough, durable notebooks that were created to survive the wet conditions of the Pacific Northwest. Developed in the 1920s by Jerry Darling for the logging industry, Rite in the Rain notebooks truly can write in the rain. 

To Zoom or Not to Zoom: Choosing Lenses

How many lenses do you really need? If you’re Henri Cartier-Bresson, one might be enough. But if you’re shooting a complex event like a wedding, you’re going to need a more generously stocked camera bag. The most important tools for any photographer are cameras and lenses. Deciding which ones are necessary requires some serious thought.

An Ode to the Sharpie

I will admit that I am a compulsive Sharpie buyer. I see one on a store shelf and before I know what I’m doing it’s in my hand. Perhaps I might even sniff the ink a little. Even if I already own that color or type of Sharpie I always find a way to tell myself that I need another one. My last such purchase included five Ultra Fine Point Permanent Markers that I just had to have (Yes, I really needed all five). An opportunity to procure another Sharpie never goes unmet. It doesn’t matter what color or what type, because I love all Sharpies!

Peak Design Capture Camera Clip System Offers Innovative Camera Support

Whether you’re packing for a shoot on location or simply going for a stroll through the park, you know carrying around your heavy DSLR, with an attached lens to boot, can quickly tire your hands and arms or strain your neck and back if you dangle it from its strap. 


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