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At its most basic, tethered shooting involves connecting your camera to your computer as you shoot. You’ve likely seen it in some behind-the-scenes video for a professional studio shoot, or you just have a friend who swears it’s the best thing since sliced bread. Tethering is a shooting technique that can benefit many a photographer’s workflow significantly, though upon first hearing of it, the... READ MORE

At its most basic, tethered shooting involves connecting your camera to your computer as you shoot. You’ve likely seen it in some behind-the-scenes video for a professional studio shoot, or you just have a friend who swears it’s the best thing since sliced bread.

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Take a walk on the minimal side with the stealthy yet stylish charcoal-gray StreetLine Series, from Lowepro. Bags that combine form and function, the SH 120 holds a mirrorless camera and mini tablet; the... READ MORE

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This year, 2016, is already shaping up to be an incredible year for the photo industry and now, as we just poke our heads into February, Canon is releasing an update to its flagship DSLR in the form of the blazing-fast, 4K-shooting EOS-1D X Mark II.... READ MORE

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If you shoot with up to 50 lb of weight, including with entry-level weights, you might find the new video-head lineup from Cartoni a very realistic match for your needs and investment considerations.  While the 80-year old Italian brand is most famed for its high-end tripod systems, over the past decade Cartoni has also been supporting reduced camera sizes with several entry- and mid-level heads... READ MORE

If you shoot with up to 50 lb of weight, including with entry-level weights, you might find the new video-head lineup from Cartoni a very realistic match for your needs and investment considerations. 

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The 2016 Winter NAMM (National Association of Music Merchants) has come and gone and there’s a ton of new products from pro audio, consumer audio, and instrument manufacturers slated for release. We’ve covered most of the “talk of the town” leading up to and during the event. In this roundup, we’ve culled some great products that may not have shown up on your radar. Warm Audio: An LA-2A for the... READ MORE

The 2016 Winter NAMM (National Association of Music Merchants) has come and gone and there’s a ton of new products from pro audio, consumer audio, and instrument manufacturers slated for release. We’ve covered most of the “talk of the town” leading up to and during the event. In this roundup, we’ve culled some great products that may not have shown up on your radar.

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Tips and Solutions
Are you interested in stepping into the wide and wonderful world of photography? Well, you’ve certainly come to the right place! This short checklist of a dozen items is designed to get you started and headed in the right direction! 1. Interest  The first thing you need is an interest in photography. If you are reading these words, you likely already checked that box. If you are debating whether... READ MORE

Are you interested in stepping into the wide and wonderful world of photography? Well, you’ve certainly come to the right place! This short checklist of a dozen items is designed to get you started and headed in the right direction!

5 days ago
Tips and Solutions
In this B&H Event Space video, Makerbot Learning Team member Drew Lentz explains how to integrate 3D printing in a classroom setting. 3D printing is a new and innovative technology and, while it serves many purposes, this workshop is all about education. In addition to walking viewers through some of Makerbot’s experiences in working with educators and shedding light on the company’s... READ MORE

In this B&H Event Space video, Makerbot Learning Team member Drew Lentz explains how to integrate 3D printing in a classroom setting. 3D printing is a new and innovative technology and, while it serves many purposes, this workshop is all about education.

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In this B&H Event Space video, New York-based street photographer Harvey Stein shares aspects of his photography career, spanning more than 40 years of consistent and impressive work. Using the images from his new book, Briefly Seen New York Street Life, and his previous books, Harlem Street Portraits (2013) and Coney Island 40 Years (2011) he discusses how to maintain a creative drive and... READ MORE

In this B&H Event Space video, New York-based street photographer Harvey Stein shares aspects of his photography career, spanning more than 40 years of consistent and impressive work.

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Updating its flagship wireless flash system, Phottix has just officially unveiled the Odin II TTL Flash Trigger for Nikon and Canon,... READ MORE

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Expanding the compatibility of the popular L-478DR light meters introduced in 2012, Sekonic has just announced a pair of new meters dedicated to Phottix and Elinchrom wireless lighting systems. Featuring the same feature set as their predecessors, the... READ MORE

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Buying Guide
For some, there is nothing better than cooking directly over an open fire. Fire can be mesmerizing—I challenge you to look away from the campfire when there’s one near. You can’t, and no one else in your party will be able to either. The way the flames dance seems to transfix all those whose gaze happens to fall upon it. There is certainly is something about the crackling roar wood gives off as... READ MORE

Learn all about camp stoves and fuel in this B&H article on cooking in camp.

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Java. Joe. Go Juice. Morning Jolt. Cupped Lightning. However you refer to coffee, the odds are pretty good it’s an integral part of your morning routine. Maybe even lunch, too. And let’s not forget the afternoon. Out on the trail or in the woods, you can’t just rely on your local barista to provide you with your favorite brew. All is not lost though, because there are many ways to prepare your... READ MORE

Java. Joe. Go Juice. Morning Jolt. Cupped Lightning. However you refer to coffee, the odds are pretty good it’s an integral part of your morning routine. Maybe even lunch, too. And let’s not forget the afternoon. Out on the trail or in the woods, you can’t just rely on your local barista to provide you with your favorite brew.

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Professional photographic gear and other electronic equipment are expensive and often equally delicate. But you already knew that. Handing off your gear to someone else—taxi drivers, airport baggage handlers, overnight couriers, and the like—the only thing safeguarding your gear is the case you use to transport it. If you have anything worth protecting, you should do it the way the pros do—with... READ MORE

Professional photographic gear and other electronic equipment are expensive and often equally delicate. But you already knew that. Handing off your gear to someone else—taxi drivers, airport baggage handlers, overnight couriers, and the like—the only thing safeguarding your gear is the case you use to transport it.

1 week ago
Tips and Solutions
If you spend much time perusing the Lenses section of the B&H website, or follow along with the latest announcements of new glass, you're likely to run into a range of phrases that are not inherently known to those with less than a keen, honed understanding of photographic and optical geekery. Scientific-sounding... READ MORE

If you spend much time perusing the Lenses section of the B&H website, or follow along with the latest announcements of new glass, you're likely to run into a range of phrases that are not inherently known to those with less than a keen, honed understanding of photographic and optical geekery.

1 week ago
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Thirty? Really? 30 questions for every photo? The title of this article might make you think there’s a burdensome checklist that must be accomplished every time you release the camera’s shutter. There is not. However, if you want to take your photography to new dimensions, this list of questions—some dealing with the physical act of the photograph and some dealing with the inner thoughts behind... READ MORE

Thirty? Really? 30 questions for every photo? The title of this article might make you think there’s a burdensome checklist that must be accomplished every time you release the camera’s shutter.

There is not.

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