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Chris Buck is a photographer known mostly for his portraiture, in which he brings a unique and distinctive style to each of his images, and unsurprisingly, he’s brought this sense of invention to Instagram. Buck was kind enough to share his thoughts with us on what he once referred to as a “mix of photos of lunch, ironic landscapes, and Holga-filtered observations of everyday life.”  ... READ MORE
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Remote triggering devices are more than a convenience. In the right hands, a remote triggering system can expand the parameters of what’s possible when planning a complex, multifaceted photograph, or for that matter, add new twists to less complex subjects you’ve photographed countless times. Available hard-wired for shorter distances or wireless configurations for greater working distances,... READ MORE
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Panasonic has announced a new prime lens for their Micro Four Thirds format cameras—and this is anything but just another new lens. The LUMIX G Leica DG Summilux 15mm f/1.7 ASPH lens brings with it the best of the Panasonic/Leica collaborative efforts.... READ MORE
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This Week in the News:
  • Samsung announced the NX Mini, the world's most pocket-friendly mirrorless camera system
  • Rokinon unveiled an entire fleet of new still photo and cine lenses 
  • The Apple iPad 2 was finally discontinued, and the iPad 4 was reintroduced
  • The Sony Alpha a7, a7R, and the Nikon D4 all received firmware updates
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Rokinon has announced several new manual focus lenses for both still photography and HD video capture. Starting with the photo lenses, there is the new second-generation 8mm f/2.8 for mirrorless cameras, a 10mm f/2.8 lens for mirrorless and APS-C format DSLR cameras, and a 12mm f/2.0 lens for mirrorless cameras. Also for photo are new Sony E and Micro Four Thirds mounts for existing 24mm f/1.4... READ MORE
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Professionals in the photo and video community put a lot of stock into finding portable, easy-to-set-up equipment, and that’s exactly what Bescor aims to provide. Their Field Pro Lighting brings user-friendly versatility to the forefront with several kits designed especially for videography professionals. The LED-700 series ... READ MORE
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Mike Olbinski went from photographing lightning in his backyard with a point-and-shoot camera to being a professional storm photographer—in a flash. His time-lapse storm videos have gone viral in a big way; one of them even made an appearance in a major motion picture. I spoke to Olbinski to find out how he does it.... READ MORE
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When the name Polaroid is mentioned, most people think of the iconic 3 x 4" prints that were so common and beloved throughout the 1970s, and continue to be cherished today. However, imagine if you could produce a Polaroid print at a size ready for exhibition purposes, say, 20 x 24". In 1976, Dr. Edwin Land directed the construction of a truly large-format Polaroid camera, capable of producing... READ MORE
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Add a splash of color to your next camera bag with the new Compact Tech and Large Tech Messenger Bags from Ape Case. The gray bags feature a bold... READ MORE
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On Tuesday, March 18, B&H hosted a live webcast on the topic of Sony's Alpha A7 and A7R full-frame mirrorless digital cameras. Our live panel consisted of Pulitzer Prize-... READ MORE
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Samsung is at it again! They have announced a new ultra-compact mirrorless camera, complete with a new NX-M mount to attach the mini lenses that go with it. The NX Mini Mirrorless Digital Camera is available in two kits and several colors, and its feature set is notable, considering it’s an interchangeable-lens camera that weighs 5.6 ounces and can easily fit in your front pocket, even with a... READ MORE
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Join renowned wedding photographer Moshe Zusman as he explains his approach and shares some of his techniques for posing brides, grooms, and wedding parties. If you want your wedding portraits to possess pizzazz, character, elegance, and a natural feel, Zusman suggests that you treat each image as though it were part of a high-fashion shoot. You can achieve the best images by posing your subjects... READ MORE

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B&H wasn't the only photographic institution to celebrate its 40th anniversary last year. The venerable Maine Media Workshops did so, as well. In this article, Gabriel Biderman, from B&H, chats with Elizabeth Greenberg, the Vice President of Academic Affairs at the Maine Media Workshops and College, about the unique experience their... READ MORE
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Most photographers encounter the Rule of Thirds at some point in their life, and likely recognize it as more of a theory or suggestion than a hard rule. But what are the origins of the Rule of Thirds? It turns out that its roots can be traced back to the 18th Century. The Rule of Thirds posits that a visual composition is most pleasing to the eye when its compositional elements conform to an... READ MORE
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This Week in the News:
  • The Nikon 1 V3 Mirrorless Camera and two 1 NIKKOR lenses were announced
  • A bunch of exciting new audio gear was revealed at Musikmesse 2014
  • Sony and Panasonic made progress with their Archival Disc project
  • Apple released iOS 7.1, with new features, UI tweaks, and bug fixes
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