Photography

Photography
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Sony has been very interested in the normal perspective lately, evidenced by the most recent release of the FE 50mm f/2.8 Macro Lens, the company’s third 50mm release this year. The lens...
1 day ago
After capturing the bokeh-filled imaginations of Lomographers with the company’s first Petzval, Lomography has just released the second in its lineup: the Petzval 58mm f/1.9 Bokeh Control Art Lens. Available again for Canon EF...

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In this B&H Event Space video, Canon Explorer of Light Clay Blackmore leads you out of the past and onto the cutting edge with the exceptional filmmaking abilities of Canon DSLRs. Join Blackmore as he explains how he turned his wedding and portrait business into a full-service multimedia studio, using the capabilities of his DSLR to create unique marketing films that increase his business and...
by Todd Vorenkamp
4 days ago
Night photography is full of challenges. One of the biggest for beginners and pros alike is the difficulty of achieving accurate focus in very dark scenes. However, autofocus systems are constantly improving and many of today’s modern DSLR cameras can focus in darkness that would have short-circuited the autofocus systems of cameras made just a few years ago. Yet, the downside of most autofocus...
4 days ago
Volume One of our series, Cheating Death for a Photograph, emphasized the critical importance of listening to your inner voice. In this episode, photographers Isak Pretorius, Arthur Morris, and Jeff Cable recount photographic encounters where a single misstep could—or nearly did—have...
5 days ago
On August 25, the National Parks Service celebrates its 100th Anniversary, and we celebrate the parks and all that they have provided to photography over the years. From early photographers documenting natural wonders to persuade Congress of the value of a park system, to legendary landscape photographers such as Ansel Adams, to the countless tourist snapshots of Old Faithful, and even to Apple’s...
5 days ago
Much like I wish I were the kind of traveler who only packed one bag, I wish I were the kind of photographer who only used one camera. Instead, I always have two or three bags and two or three cameras. Despite my best intentions, I can’t seem to go on a trip with just one of each. Even if I wear the same outfit or shoot with the same camera for three days straight—both of which have been known to...
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After an exciting year during which Fujifilm has updated its two top-tier cameras, the company is now focusing its attention on the entry-level X-A-series. The new X-A3 mirrorless camera succeeds last year’s X-A2, and sees a...
5 days ago
Whether you’re in the studio, shooting landscapes in the country, or photographing an event, chances are you’ve been looking forward to the highly anticipated EOS 5D Mark IV DSLR Camera. The Mark IV offers a slew of upgrades,...
1 week ago
Conversations about the rules of composition tend to annoy me. Perhaps it’s just my disposition about rules in general, but try talking to your favorite photographer about composition rules and the technical details of their greatest photo and you may be ignored, or worse. Let’s face it—nobody ever liked a photograph because it adhered to a rule. Perhaps the best you can say about any rule of...
1 week ago
Save and share your precious memories of yesteryear with the people you love, digitally, thanks to the easy-to-use 8mm and Super 8 Movie Reels2Digital MovieMaker from Wolverine....
by Todd Vorenkamp and Christopher Witt
1 week ago
North American friends, mark your calendars for August 21, 2017, when there will be a total eclipse of the sun traversing the middle of the United States. The last time a total eclipse crossed the entire continental U.S. was in June 8, 1918. A total eclipse touched part of the continent in February, 1979. If you miss the 2017 eclipse, you will have to wait until 2024 for the next total eclipse...
1 week ago
While digital camera manufacturers are constantly looking for ways to improve and increase resolution, dynamic range, frame rate, ISO, and…everything, a very strong counter trend has emerged that is turning back to analog, mechanical, and film techniques.  Standing out amongst these “throwback” technologies is the rising popularity of instant film and instant film cameras. Fujifilm Instax has...
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Coming in on the heels of their first autofocus lens announcement, the AF 50mm f/1.4 FE, Rokinon is introducing their second lens with autofocus: the AF 14mm f/2.8 FE. Designed for full-...
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After some impressive flagship releases from Nikon, it is nice to see that they aren’t forgetting about the little guy with today’s release of the D3400 DSLR Camera. The most notable upgrade here is the introduction of...

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