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Shawn C. Steiner

Shawn C. Steiner

Shawn C. Steiner is a writer, photographer, and occassional filmmaker based in the greater New York City area. Before working at B&H, he studied both cinema and photography with a strong focus in photojournalism and documentary work. You can check out his Instagram, as well as most other social media accounts, @shawncsteiner to see more of his work.

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2 days ago
Portrait photographers have something to get excited about with Nikon’s announcement of the AF-S NIKKOR 105mm f/1.4E ED Lens. This lens is primed to be one of the best optics in its range, thanks to...
1 week ago
There are certain combinations that just work well together—peanut butter and jelly for instance—so it should come as no surprise that a complementary pair of lenses isn't too hard to come by. In this case, we are talking about the classic Canon EF 50mm f/1.4 USM and the respected...
2 weeks ago
Sony has finally completed a trio of fast high-end prime lenses with the release of the full-frame Planar T* FE 50mm f/1.4 ZA Lens for E-mount cameras. This lens offers advanced optics, a physical aperture ring, and a...
2 weeks ago
With the proliferation of high-quality LED technology, companies have been looking to further innovate to fill the many niches of photography and video fields, Intellytech is among these innovators with the capable and modular Light Stix...
3 weeks ago
It has been a great summer of camera releases so far, and Fujifilm is continuing the trend with the official release of the X-T2 Mirrorless Digital Camera and the flagship...
1 month ago
One of the biggest worries a photographer has during an extended trip is whether or not all of the digital files and photos they create will make it back with them. Everyone knows the best way to protect these precious documents and memories is to perform backups, just like you would if you were at home. However, there is the small problem that you aren’t at home with your RAID arrays and card...
1 month ago
After a few months of anticipation, Sigma has finally revealed pricing and ordering details for the sd Quattro Mirrorless Digital Camera,...
1 month ago
Building on the well-regarded video capabilities of its DSLR and mirrorless cameras, Canon has just released a couple of new Video Creator Kits that center around the EOS 80D DSLR Camera and...
1 month ago
For the skeptics still out there who keep asking, “When is there going to be a professional mirrorless system?” Hasselblad seems to have an answer, and that answer is: right now, with the company’s release of the...
1 month ago
This summer, as you kick your feet up and sip from an ice-cold drink, the last thing you want to worry about is storage. It can drive many people crazy to rely on a semi-mysterious device to keep all of the precious memories and photographs of their most recent excursion safe, especially as they go about their travels. Hopefully, this...
1 month ago
Fujifilm X-series shooters can finally embrace the full power of wireless TTL flash, thanks to RoboSHOOT and their lineup of advanced triggers dedicated to the system. Now in stock, these...
1 month ago
Ultra-fast, ultra-wide, and built for professionals, the Panasonic Leica DG Summilux 12mm f/1.4 ASPH. Lens for Micro Four Thirds cameras is an ideal optic for demanding...
1 month ago
Thanks to the DSLR (and now mirrorless) revolution, video shooting has become extremely accessible to more and more individuals, especially the still photographer. Cameras today are emphasizing a combination of photography and video capabilities that produce images that are perfectly suitable for a gallery or movie theater. With many still photographers looking to dip their toes in the motion...
1 month ago
After attracting professionals with their first full-frame offering, Pentax is now revamping their mid-range series by releasing the K-70 DSLR Camera. Packing a 24.2MP APS-C CMOS sensor and...
1 month ago
You have to give it to Sigma, the company is making some superb, unique lens options for all types of cameras. The 50-100mm f/1.8 DC HSM Art for Nikon F, Canon EF, and Sigma SA APS-C cameras is one of the oddest, with a fast constant aperture and a short telephoto to medium telephoto range...

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