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Sharp, clear, well-lit, and attractive images of the items you offer for sale online are the most crucial elements of successful online sales at sites such as eBay. High-quality images with excellent detail, accurate color balance, and plain, evenly lit backgrounds are much more likely to result in swift sales and may even help you acquire higher prices. Professional-quality shots of your... READ MORE
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Join Sony and Tinker*Mobile photographer Jessica Zollman (@Jayzombie), for a workshop all about improving your mobile photography skills. We focus on how to create beautiful, clean, and high quality photographs—also giving you an in-depth tutorial on the new Sony QX lens-style camera. In this workshop Zollman covers... READ MORE
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Chances are that most of you have a pile of family photo albums sitting in a box somewhere that rarely, if ever, gets to see the light of day. We live in a world where photos are shared constantly through social media, text messages, and email. Wouldn’t you like to share those older family photos as well? Wouldn’t you love to surprise your sibling with a #TBT (throw-back Thursday) Instagram photo... READ MORE
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Baja California has some of the most spectacular wild coastlines anywhere, and it's also the best place in the world to see and photograph whales and dolphins. But on this particular morning, it was all about the light.

Editor's Note: This is a guest blog post by Ralph Lee Hopkins

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When you head out into the unknown with a camera around your neck, there's always an element of uncertainty. At the end of the day, we're just mortals, who can rapidly make the transition from predator to prey. From the jowls of giant watery creatures to the horns of charging... READ MORE
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Join Moshe Zusman for an energizing and illuminating venue-lighting class. Whether you need to brush up on your techniques, or learn new ones, we’ll be able to help you demystify the dreaded dark wedding reception. Are you lighting your subjects properly but your backgrounds are still dark? Is your flash washing out the ambient light and eliminating the beautiful colors of the room?

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Lytro is the newest and most compact camera on the market that uses Light Field technology. Learn how this new technology can enhance your pictures on the Web and on your computer. Unlike most cameras where you adjust the settings before you shoot, the Lytro camera works "backwards."

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Ron Martinsen's Which camera should I buy? article is one of his most popular because of the dizzying array of fantastic cameras available on the market these days. Cameras like the ... READ MORE
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Digital Photo Academy and Ricoh Imaging Americas Corp invite you to an exclusive event focusing on the art and technical know-how to create unique and powerful environmental portraits.

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Jeff Cable is one of our most popular speakers here at B&H Event Space and in this video he shares his tips on starting a successful photography business. Have you been thinking about taking your hobby and turning it into a money making business?

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We see them every day overhead, and they always make us look up and ponder. Airplanes are a romantic concept because of the faraway places to which they can take us, and because of the amazing feat of flight itself! The fact that airplanes travel so quickly is something we all connect with. From an artistic point of view, their shape and design are very appealing. These are all factors that have driven me to get as involved with aviation photography as I am with wildlife.

Editor's Note: This is a guest blog post by Moose Peterson

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We asked the community at the B&H Facebook Page if they could explain what the FocusMaker DSLR Focusing Tool was used for. Over 100 comments quickly piled in, and many of them were humorous. Here's a list of the top 10 ways not to use this piece of gear.

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To paraphrase Newton…for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. If we call the introduction of digital photography the action, then we might also say that the keen interest in vintage techniques and processes is a reaction.

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The Perseids is one of the most active meteor showers in the sky, and it acts as an annual challenge for photographers wishing to capture its majesty. The image above is entitled Snowy Range Perseids, and it was created in 2012 by astrophotography expert David Kingham. In this installment of How I Got the Shot, David shares the gear he took along on the shoot, the settings he used, and he provides crucial tips on how to carry out the post-production processing.

Editor's Note: this is a guest blog post by David Kingham

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After 74 years, Fred Marcus Studio, in New York, continues to set the standard for wedding photography. But behind all the images is a business that has also thrived. Brian Marcus, the third generation of Fred Marcus Studio, here shares his experiences, secrets, and ideas for running and maintaining a successful studio.

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