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Things start to go wrong before the sun is up. Some photographic outings are like that.




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Put a camera into a child's hands, and you may be surprised with the results. Kids are adventerous, and love to play with cameras. Fortunately, you don't have to be afraid of them dropping the more-expensive family camera—there are some made just for them! Here are a couple of snap shooters that were designed for your children.


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Why be a fly on the wall at an event or wedding, when you can be a ninja? There are many photographers that love to be stealthy in their own ways. If you'd like to learn the ways of the ninja photographer, then check out these cameras to help you get started.



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For years, many photographers shot with almost exclusively with their trusty 50mm. The reason for this is the image quality combined with overall versatility of this focal length. It is often said that the 50mm perspective on 35mm film/digital closely mimics what the human eye sees.

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Do you remember the first time you looked up at the sky and witnessed a spectacular fireworks show? Well now that you're a bit older, you can capture the lightshow with your camera. You'll be glad to know that it's not extremely tough to do this, providing that you do a couple of things correctly. Here are some tips on how to capture better photos of fireworks for the 4th of July or for any special occasion.

Note: Some of the photos in this posting were pulled from the B&H Photo Flickr Group. If you haven't submitted to it, show us what you've got!

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What would you do if you were given a large sum of money to start your multimedia career? That's the question that is on the minds of many up-and-coming YouTube Partners with a growing fanbase and great content. Many of them traveled to New York City to attend the first YouTube Creator Camp after Google provided 25 of them with $35,000 to get a head start on advancing their careers. Plus, they all received $1,000 B&H Gift cards.

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I recently was able to talk to Michael Freeman about photographing better sunsets. Admittedly, I can't do this for the life of me, and have always found photographing people to be much easier. Michael is the author of the first three books in the Focal Press Field Guide series: The Photographer’s Eye Field Guide, The DSLR Field Guide and The Exposure Field Guide.



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Gaffers Tape—like duct tape—can resolve many of the world's problems. Photographers constantly use gaffers tape as a quick fix to get around many of the obstacles that they face every day, due to the fact that it is tough, heat resistant, and it doesn't leave nasty residue. I spoke to many of my photographer friends here at B&H about how they've used gaffers tape. Here are some of the ways that they've used the sticky lifesaver. 


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A question we hear often at B&H is, "What lens should I buy?" We may follow up with, "What are you going to shoot with it?" The reason for this is because different lenses are meant for different shooting situations. Here are a few things to keep in mind when choosing a lens (or lenses) for your camera system.

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Ready for a great deal? Through March 31st, we've got an awesome exclusive rebate and lower price on Canon professional printers. Purchases must made through our phone sales department or in store where you'll receive an unbelievable price.

To get these phenomenal deals, please call 877-849-7248.

- Purchase a Canon Pro9000 Mk II and score a $100 American Express Reward Card.

- Purchase a Canon Pro9000 Mk II with a Canon 5D Mk II, 7D, T1i, T2i, or 60D and score a $400 American Express Rewards Cards.

- Purchase a Canon Pro9500 Mk II and score a $200 American Express Reward Card.

- Purchase the Canon Pro9500 Mk II with a Canon 5D Mk II, 7D, T1i, T2i, or 60D and receive a $500 American Express Reward card.

You can download PDF files detailing the rebates for the Pro9000 Mk II here and for the Pro9500 Mk II here.

Remember: FOR THE BEST PRICES, YOU MUST MAKE YOUR PURCHASE IN STORE OR OVER THE PHONE. THE PRICES WILL BE MUCH BETTER THAN WHAT YOU SEE ON ON OUR WEBSITE.


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3 years ago
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For those of you that have never visited the B&H SuperStore, you're in luck. Each week we'll feature photos of a different department or section in order for you to get to know us a bit better. This week, we are showing off the Film Counter located on the first floor. We sell many different types of film for different purposes, formats, etc. The film counter has shrunk over the years with the rise of digital photography; but we probably still sell as much film as any other store out there.


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The other day, Ziv Gillat, the creator of the Eye-Fi card, stopped by the B&H Executive Offices to give us a demo of the new Eye-Fi direct feature that allows users to shoot images on their camera and upload them straight to their phone. Take a look at the video after the jump and please share your thoughts with us on what you think of being able to potentially leave your USB cable.



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4 years ago
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 Digging out Sharon AlleyFor years, photos have been used to tell stories in photojournalism and documentary-type photography. Newspaper and magazine editors have sometimes told their staff that they can only accept one image for a story. So there has to be one image that gets it all right. Here are a few different and important features that every photo essay should have.

Photo by Alli77. Please note that all photos in this blog post are entries in the B&H Photo Flickr Group Cold contest.

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New Year's Eve is coming, and everyone will be out and about, celebrating! Now that you've just received new photo gear for the holidays, it's time to put it to good use. Here are some tips on how to shoot better photos of your New Year's Eve party.

Photo by Christopher Chan


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You're guilty!—well, kind of. All photographers occasionally forget critical factors while shooting, and make mistakes. Here are some of the most common mistakes that most photographers are guilty of making, and how to learn from them.


Image by bgandy

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