Photography

Photography
13 hours ago
Leica aims to create professional and unique cameras for dedicated subsets of the photography world, and with the M-D (Typ 262) Digital Rangefinder Camera, the company is attempting to pare down...
14 hours ago
The letter “F.” It is one of the most powerful letters in all of photography. In the automotive world, BMW virtually owns “M.” In the tech world, Apple conquered the “i.” In 1958, when Nikon rolled out its first ever single-lens reflex (SLR) camera, the company took possession of “F” and it has been symbolic in the photography world ever since. Photographs ©Todd Vorenkamp Nikon’s flagship SLR...
2 days ago
Elinchrom’s radio system is opening the door for speedlights with the latest hot shoe-equipped EL-Skyport Receiver Plus and universal...
1 week ago
Photojournalist and 2015 World Press Photo award winner Adriane Ohanesian joins us for a captivating two-part conversation on her work in South Sudan, Darfur, and Burma, and describes how she made the transition from anthropology student to conflict and humanitarian photographer. This conversation is divided into two parts, but its themes of women in photojournalism and the difficult but...
1 week ago
Fig Bags and accessories are vintage-style camera satchels that have been designed in response to those looking for a stylish alternative to the traditional, bulky camera bag. Sparked by desire for a singular bag to fulfill her own needs, photographer Krystina Reynolds designed a line of bags that could carry her camera, as well as her daily...

1 week ago
In this B&H Event Space video, X-Rite Coloratti and Sony Artisan Joe Brady takes you, step-by-step, through the techniques and gear that make great color fast, easy, and repeatable. Starting at capture, he demonstrates the process so that accurate and consistent color becomes natural and easy to achieve. You’ll discover how simple it is to create and use custom camera profiles, and see the...
1 week ago
“I hope we will never see the day when photo shops sell little schema grills to clamp onto our viewfinders; and that the Golden Rule will never be found etched on our ground glass.” —Henri Cartier-Bresson Above: Apneet Kaur, Rockaways; Photographs © Cory Rice If the Internet provides any indication of how photography is imagined by its practitioners today, one could be forgiven for thinking a...
2 weeks ago
If you ask photographers what they consider important when choosing a camera, the aspect ratio of the sensor seldom enters the conversation. Megapixels? Yes. Sensor size? Yes. Burst rates? Yes. Aspect ratio? Seldom. Aspect ratios are determined by the form factor of the camera’s imaging sensor, which among consumer cameras are typically 3:2 or 4:3 rectangles. And while photographers weigh the...
2 weeks ago
Lens adapters are certainly not new items in the savvy photographer’s gear bag, but they have taken on an added significance since the onset of mirrorless camera production, and can be the literal link between the cold efficiency of digital cameras and the distinctive charm of exotic lenses from an earlier era. Of course, they are high-tech electronic adapters and what may be surprising is just...

2 weeks ago
Nancy Borowick is a freelance photographer who covers a variety of subjects for the New York Times, but when the lives of her parents took a turn for the worse, she realized that following their stories as they dealt with their illnesses was something that she wanted to do; needed to do. How else does a photographer deal with such moments? What followed was a year of accompanying them to...
2 weeks ago
Zeiss is working hard to fill in the wide-angle gaps of Sony’s full-frame E-mount lens line with its most recent releases, including the brand new Batis 18mm f/2.8. This lens series is...
2 weeks ago
Sometimes, there are those cameras in life that are overwhelmingly alluring, yet make you simultaneously scratch your head. For me, the Linhof Technorama 612 PC has always been one of these cameras, on my bucket list of cameras to own someday, but I cannot explain why. I'm not much of a practitioner or...

2 weeks ago
B &H took the new Panasonic DMC-ZS100 out for a New York City photo adventure to some of our favorite spots in Bushwick, a neighborhood in Brooklyn known for walls of colorful graffiti and eclectic scenes—perfect for a compact and versatile camera. Favorite locations make for lasting...
2 weeks ago
Canon versus Nikon. Full frame versus APS-C versus Micro Four Thirds. Sony versus Everyone Else. Original Equipment Manufacturer versus Third Party. We all know the world of photography generates a lot of endless debates that circle the Web. Another source of passions and opinions is: The Watermark. Watermarks How do photographers sign their art? Painters usually paint their signature, initials...

2 weeks ago
In this B&H video, Alexa Mehraban (@EatingNYC) takes us around New York City and shows us some Instagram photography tips for foodies! Follow Mehraban as she shows us some delicious tacos, shakes, dumplings, and more. “Don’t be afraid to play with your food to take a better picture,” says Mehraban —advice only our mothers would disagree with! We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to...

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