In the following video, Rob Rives, of B&H fame, talks about the growing popularity of using iOS devices as portable recording studios, and some of the equipment available that will turn your iPad into the hub of your studio on the go. The video explores recording docks and interfaces like the... READ MORE
In the following video, Allan Weitz, from B&H, presents an overview of the variety of film types available in the B&H SuperStore. Including roll films as small as 110, as well as large format sheets up to 14 x 17", this video presents the wealth of options currently offered, including black-and-white negative films, color negative films, and color positive films, and some more unique... READ MORE
Join audio expert Rob Rives in this B&H online video, as he presents four 88-key digital pianos from Yamaha, Casio, and Kawaii. Aside from comparing their features, the video includes audio samples of piano, electric piano, and one other instrument from each, expertly performed by Greg Johnson. We hope you enjoy the video and the music, and invite you to view the wide selection of other... READ MORE
DSLR cameras represent what is often considered the preëminent digital capture technology available today, through their meshing of the highest image quality, speed, intuitive design, and modular capabilities to suit nearly any type of photography imaginable. Representing the first step toward serious photography for many, or simply additional tools or upgrades for the veteran, DSLRs cover a... READ MORE
How unfortunate is it that some of the best photographic opportunities present themselves when it's miserably cold outside? It doesn't matter what kind of camera equipment you're using, proper preparation and knowledge of your gear and environment are essential to helping ensure success when you're out in the cold... READ MORE
With a basic understanding of the camera’s aperture, shutter, and ISO controls, adding the versatility of electronic studio flash to a photographer’s tool kit is easier than most people think. Studio flash provides much more light than is available from battery-powered speedlights. These flash units include constant modeling lights to show what the flash will do before taking photos.
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This video tackles that most simple, and most daunting, of problems: most artists cannot survive on their creative practices alone. Artists often juggle multiple jobs and freelance work—and are still compelled to raise funds for projects. Pressures and obligations of the day-to-day leave little space or energy for creative practice. Andrew Frank has worked through these obstacles and developed... READ MORE
Purchasing a laptop for yourself or a loved one this holiday season? It’s not an easy decision. You have to ask yourself what you need the laptop for—some heavy writing, with a little entertainment thrown in? How about some heavy graphic design with an emphasis on gaming? Or, how about you go all grown up and get a laptop that can handle a heavy workload, no frills included?
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In the following video, Larry Becker, of KelbyOne, presents an overview of five different advanced compact cameras, and compares some of their feature sets and imaging capabilities. Beginning with the Nikon COOLPIX P7800, Becker describes its 12.2MP 1/1.7" BSI CMOS sensor, 7.1x optical... READ MORE
Running a financially sound business can often feel like a fine balancing act of pursuing passion versus profits. Whether you’re new to the industry or a seasoned photographer, owning and running a full-time photography business requires that know-how, to make money and be profitable. Binita Patel shares her insights on how to MAKE MONEY as a full-time photographer.
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As a photographer, you’ve probably found that the world of digital photography has opened up tremendous opportunities, but has perhaps also caused you to accumulate many more photographic images than you ever thought possible. You may also feel that you prefer to focus on the creative side of photography, rather than the technical aspects of keeping your images organized.OK, let’s face it. There... READ MORE
It is that time of year again, when all those kids are getting ready to graduate from high school and move on to the next stage of their lives. And with that, photographers and photo enthusiasts get requests to capture senior portraits. Jeff Cable shows you some of his favorite senior portraits and tells you how he captured them. He provides photography tips, tips for shooting locations, talks... READ MORE
From an extraordinary sunset on a quaint Greek Island to the bustling commerce of gondolas on the busy Rialto, in Venice, Italy, the memories of our favorite travel experiences are complex blends of all five senses. Sights, sounds, smells, and feelings coalesce to help create our visual memory, adding an emotional response to what we remember as a perfect and harmonious moment in time. With an... READ MORE
New York photographers Mindy Veissid and RA Friedman believe that wherever you are, there is fascinating raw material to use to create eye-popping photographs. A study in contrasting ways of working and seeing, Veissid, whose camera of choice is a Canon DSLR with a 24mm-70mm zoom lens, and RA Friedman, who uses a medium format, 40-year-old, 80mm fixed focal length Hasselblad with black-and-white... READ MORE
No matter how experienced the bird watcher in your life may be, there is almost certainly something missing from that person’s rig. Whether it’s a new set of compact glass or an accessory to round out their bag of tricks, this is a gift opportunity that should not to be missed. This year, instead of giving your friend or family member a gigantic tin of flavored popcorn, give them a gift that will... READ MORE