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The Micro Four Thirds system is becoming popular among a passionate group of wedding photographers. The compact size of the cameras and lens system, as well as the sheer number of available lenses from Olympus, Panasonic, and other manufacturers, not to mention the nearly limitless option of adapted lenses, means that the wedding photographer has many options for capturing the action. Portrait...
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Although photographing a wedding usually conjures the image of primarily working in a handheld fashion, there are often moments in the course of events that can truly benefit from the use of additional camera support by using a tripod. When it's possible to plan your shots in advance, a tripod will add increased stability to ensure sharper imagery and greater control and refinement possibilities...
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Having previous experience reviewing the Tokina 20mm f/2 FiRIN FE AF and MF Sony-mount lenses, I was looking forward to test-driving the new...
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It’s a great day for Ricoh fans. We can finally announce that the GR III is available for preorder. This upgraded APS-C model has been a long time coming and brings a plethora of improvements while maintaining the features and design that make the GR series what it is. Besides the launch of...
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As a professional photographer, you have many options for printing the photos you shoot. The kind of printer you choose is based not only on the type of photos you make and who your clients are, but on how you want to present your work and what style of personal promotion interests you. As a wedding photographer, you might want to present acceptable work prints to your clients and have a lab...
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It was only a matter of time before instant cameras would return to weddings. Pairing the digital thirst for immediacy with the tangibility of an analogue print, instant cameras are memento-making machines. For those in the industry, they offer a relatively low-maintenance supplement for wedding packages....
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Panasonic made a huge jump with the full-frame S Series. Watch here as B&H’s Frank Multari explores the potential of the Lumix S1R in studio situations and out on the street. He tackles various topics, including handling, autofocus performance, lenses, resolution, and...
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It’s not up to ten, or eleven—the iPad Pro (Late 2018) kicks things up to twelve in every way possible. Photographers, myself included, have long dreamed of an iPad or tablet that can serve as their portable edit station, and the new Pro is the best example of one yet—especially with a full-...
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Most of us know that the iPad is a powerful photographic and filmmaking tool. Whether you are using it for post-processing, image sharing, camera control, storage, live view monitoring, or just for taking photos, the iPad is finding a home in the camera bags of many photographers. If it has one shortcoming, however, it may be the fixed-focal-length lens that only features digital zoom. But, if...
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Photography is light and time and the manipulation of them. I would just want to point to the blurred lines of what constitutes a photograph, things like photograms or using magnified light to burn designs, because it ultimately isn't defined...
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B&H is more than just a retailer—we’re a community of creative professionals including award-winning photographers and musicians, accomplished digital artists and cinematographers, and other skilled creators from diverse artistic backgrounds. Check out For the Love of the Craft, a series of short documentaries that highlight some of our talented employees. Meet B&H’s Abe Curland, a...
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We’re not even two months into 2019 and there have already been several announcements for new cameras, lenses, and even a new format for a major camera manufacturer. On this week’s episode of the B&H Photography Podcast, we list the many new announcements and,...
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WPPI and CP+ are on their way, and Tamron is looking to get a jump on things with a development announcement of three lenses. Two are targeting full-frame DSLR users: a versatile 35-150mm f/2.8-4 Di VC OSD and a fast...
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Is it possible that one of the greatest mechanical film cameras of all time was born in the Digital Age? Yep. The year was 2001, and the photography world was in the semi-early throws of the digital revolution. The Nikon D1 was released in 1999 and the D1X was already in the stores when a manual focus mechanical film camera appeared on the shelf next to it in camera shops around the world. The...
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Think Tank has announced a variety of new products for photographers looking to keep their gear organized and mobile in the Studio Manager 52, Vision camera bags, and Pocket Rocket memory card cases. Studio shooters will rejoice at the Stand Manager 52, a rugged, rolling case capable of...
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