Frustrated with taking blurry macro images? In this video, from the 2015 OPTIC Imaging Conference, Roman Kurywczak will teach you how to take stunning, tack-sharp macro images, whether out in the field or in a studio setting. Macro photography can take the viewer into another world and the act of making the images transports the photographer into a shooting nirvana. Roman will show you how to... READ MORE
New processor chip announcements are like Wall Street bonuses – they only matter to the people directly involved with them. But Intel knows better and they realize that a very large component of users do care about processor upgrades – and those people are gamers.
Intel’s processors have come a long way - they started in 1971 with the Intel 4004 processor (clock speed of 108 KHz and 2300... READ MORE
The B&H SuperStore is pleased to be hosting a live-streamed panel conversation on the incredible Sony a7R II Mirrorless Digital Camera. Panelists include photographers and camera experts who have had the chance to use this new full frame camera, as well as Sony and B&H representatives. For more information see our dedicated... READ MORE
The latest addition to DJI’s Phantom 3 line of UAVs is the red-striped Phantom 3 Standard. Priced below the Phantom 3 Professional and Phantom 3 Advanced, the Phantom 3 Standard... READ MORE
So you’ve been accepted to art school, or you’re complementing your general studies with some photography classes, or maybe you’re just taking a continuing education class to learn more about film photography—regardless of the reason, you’re taking a class on film photography and need to prepare with some basic equipment and maybe a few other items to help your studies. While film photography... READ MORE
Windows 10 is finally here. There are people dancing in the street over this news, there are people that view this about as important as the ratio of belly lint to fabric softener debate, and there are people like me who are cautiously optimistic – we want Windows 10 to be the one ring that binds us all (inset your own Lord of the Rings reference here) but we know the truth. We’ve been burned... READ MORE
In this video on photo techniques produced during the 2015 B&H Optic Imaging Conference, LIFE and National Geographic photographer, Michael Melford, talks about the masters of landscape photography, what makes for a great image, and techniques to improve your practice. Topics discussed include the importance of creating interesting pictures without getting caught up in the rules of... READ MORE
Bringing in a communication company to install a phone network at your business is a very expensive endeavor. You can save thousands of dollars and do it yourself, but how do you prevent getting intimidated by a task like this? The answer is a new plug-and-play VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) system now available at B&H.
What is VoIP? VoIP allows users to make calls through the Internet,... READ MORE
Commercial and portrait photographer Bobbi Lane will be leading a hands-on workshop on location lighting in New York City utilizing the incredible Profoto B1 and B2 Battery-Powered Flash Units. In anticipation of the August 15-16th event, we asked Bobbi a handful of questions about location lighting. Like Bobbi in-person, her answers are filled with attention to detail, practical advice, and a... READ MORE
Unless you’re satisfied with the tiny speakers built into your mobile gadget or laptop, consider a speaker upgrade—it is something that can benefit nearly anyone. Here’s another thing most of us have in common regarding speakers: we don’t want wires. Thankfully, wireless speakers are a reality these days, not the stuff of dreams. I had the opportunity recently to try out the... READ MORE
You can learn a lot about audio by recording your own music (or a friend’s music), and by volunteering to assist a local sound engineer. However, attending a formal audio school can also really help you learn the nuts and bolts of sound. If you plan on studying audio production, it’s a good idea to familiarize yourself with some key equipment. Below, we’ve listed some commonly used gear that all... READ MORE
Nikon’s newest additions to their line of professional FX-format lenses are sure to please a variety of photographers as all three lenses have very different applications. Nikon’s AF-S NIKKOR 24-... READ MORE
In the following video, Allan Weitz walks us through his experience with Leica’s incredible full-frame point-and-shoot, the Q (Typ 116) digital camera. Introducing us to Leica’s classic design, Allan gives us a tour of its simple aesthetics and superb handling, including the 3.68MP EVF. The video... READ MORE