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B&H Pulse Weekly News Roundup: August 17th, 2012

This week in the news: Canon's T4i recall is more widespread than originally thought; RED once again makes some huge claims; Sony introduces a new interchangeable lens camera; and lots more from the videography world.

This is your B&H Photo Pulse News Roundup for August 17th, 2012.

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Mitch Aunger Talks about HDSLR Trends

Mitch Aunger runs the extremely-popular Planet 5D community. Founded around the advent of HDSLRs, the site has evolved over the years to not only being a host to reviews and news, but also aggregating lots of the cultural changes within the HDSLR community, and interviewing top professionals.

We recently had the chance to squeeze some time in with Mitch to ask him a couple of questions about HDSLR culture, and lots more.

B&H Pulse Weekly News Round-Up: February 17th 2012

This week in the news: Apple tests a new 8-inch iPad; lots of new accessories came out for gamers; and Lensbaby announced a brand new creative optic designed for portrait photographers. Plus, the internet got a sneak peek at Adobe Photoshop CS6's latest tweaks to the very-popular Content-Aware Fill feature.

This is your B&H Pulse news fix for February 17, 2012.

Back to School: 7 Essentials for Your Student

Tossing the Caps

School will be back in session soon, and your student will probably need to snag a couple of items. Think about the list: it's probably huge. No matter what major (or age) they are, you'll be able to find most of what you need here at B&H. If you've got a student in your life (or are one) getting ready to go back to school, here are some items that you may need when you head back.

 Image by Mike Wacht Photography via the B&H Photo Flickr Group

Pieces of the Puzzle: Mise-En-Scene in Photography

Back in college, I learned a term in cinematography class: Mise-en-scene. To sum it up in short, Mise-en-Scene is everything that goes in front of the camera (or affects it) in that particular scene. It has to do with various elements such as the lighting, costumes, backgrounds, foregrounds, positioning, props, etc. Then it hit me: If film crews put so much effort into storyboarding to make sure that everything is perfect, why don't most photographers apply that same careful effort to photography?

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