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In this video, Larry Becker, from the Kelby Media Group, speaks to Mark Soares, from Nikon, about the recently announced Nikon D3300 DSLR, as well as the new Nikkor 18-35mm f/3.5-5.6 and 35mm f/1.8 lenses. Get the full details on the new Nikon D3300 and Nikkor lenses in this... READ MORE
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Coming off the heels of an exciting year of lens announcements from Sigma, they have started 2014 with two more notable lens announcements as part of the Art and Contemporary lines of their Global Vision structure: the 50mm f/1.4 DG HSM... READ MORE
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The new Fujifilm instax SHARE Smartphone Printer SP-1 is a portable Wi-Fi-enabled printer that can create instant credit-card-sized instax prints using photos from your smartphone. When set up, the printer serves as its own Wi-Fi hotspot and can connect... READ MORE
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Fusing nostalgia with the contemporary, the new Polaroid Socialmatic camera is aimed at those who wish to share their photographs frequently and widely. With a design based on Instagram's logo, the Socialmatic is a 14MP digital camera with 2MP rear-facing camera,... READ MORE
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April Saul has been a photojournalist at the Philadelphia Inquirer since 1981, and in that time has proved that a woman could be a mom and build an award-studded, 30-year career shooting stories "closer to home." At the time Saul won a 1997 Pulitzer Prize for Explanatory Journalism—she’d been a finalist twice before for Feature Photography—she was a single mother of two and working part time to... READ MORE
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Olympus is coming to the B&H Event Space to show you the amazing new OM-D E-M1 digital camera and complete Micro Four Thirds system. The EM-1 is the latest in a line of proven digital mirrorless cameras that is changing the way photographers approach their image making. The test drive features a mock photo studio, complete with models, for participants to make some great photographs with the... READ MORE
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A common question among photographers is: can I mix strobe light with speedlight? The answer, simply, is yes, of course, what are you waiting for? If you are thinking about expanding your lighting with strobes or have strobes and want to know how to integrate your speedlights, or if you have speedlights and want to expand into strobes, then this presentation is for you. Strobe light has a greater... READ MORE
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Recent news: Samsung announced the new NX30 Mirrorless Camera and the Galaxy Camera 2, as well as two new lenses; DJI released a version of their Assistant software for Mac computers; the Sony... READ MORE
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Want a durable, yet beautiful print that you can show off to your friends? Aluminyze is the way to go. This service will print your images on a sheet of aluminum, giving you all of the advantages that go along with it. Besides the “cool” factor associated with having your photos printed on aluminum, there are huge benefits to the Aluminyze process. The most significant of these advantages is the... READ MORE
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The biggest planet on the block makes its most visible appearance of the year on January 5, marking the first major astronomical event of 2014. Jupiter will be rising opposite to the setting Sun, with Earth in between. This is referred to as “Opposition.” The Sun will be behind us, and Jupiter in front of us, so the Sun will be shining fully on the face of Jupiter, lighting her up and creating... READ MORE
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Len Speier has been shooting on the streets of New York City since the 1960’s. He’s actually been shooting a lot longer than that, but he didn’t get serious with his art until after a stint in the Army and a career as a trial lawyer. At 86, his work is in the permanent collection of numerous museums, and he’s a respected teacher, notably developing a popular course at The New School, entitled, “... READ MORE
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While many photographers would deem themselves landscape photographers, nature photographers, or outdoor photographers, Rich Pomerantz takes on the seemingly more specific title of “garden photographer.” Based on this description alone, one might conjure up images of lush, vibrant, kempt gardens of opulence, which he certainly does... READ MORE
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When Adobe announced the move to the new Creative Cloud platform, you could instantly hear the stampede of photographers grabbing their pitchforks and running out the door. I must admit, I was one of those photographers, at first. And then I thought about it. What are people really getting upset about? Here are five reasons why Creative Cloud is good news for photographers. 1) You don’t need to... READ MORE
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What a difference seven years makes. When the digital flood stepped up the process of sweeping aside film since the turn of the century, the never-ending technological race among camera manufactures sped up, and with no sign of that race ever slowing down, some runners dropped out, and the order of who was leading and who was lagging changed in ways that surprised photographers everywhere.

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Adobe Photoshop Lightroom is a powerful tool for managing, optimizing, and sharing your digital photos. At times, however, you may need a more powerful tool to really make the most of your photos. Photoshop is exactly that tool and, in this informative and entertaining session, Tim Grey shows you a variety of ways you can use Photoshop and Lightroom together. You’ll learn the optimal workflow for... READ MORE
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