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Whether highly stylized fashion editorials or delicately balanced beauty images, Ryan Michael Kelly’s photographs share a distinctive, clean aesthetic. Originally trained as a painter, Kelly switched to photography after encountering the work of Richard Avedon and David LaChapelle. By the time he graduated from the School of Visual Arts (SVA), in 2004, Kelly had already begun building a...
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This week, we took our mics and questions to Photoville, the free nine-day photography festival held in in the shadow of the beautiful Brooklyn Bridge. With exhibitions held in re-purposed shipping containers and on fences throughout the DUMBO neighborhood of Brooklyn, not only does Photoville offer a variety of incredible photography series, but...
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There is one thing that the Tamron 18-400mm f/3.5-6.3 Di II VC HLD does better than any other lens on the market, and that is offer a seriously impressive zoom range in a relatively compact form factor. I found it hard not to love and respect the lens for this feature alone because,...
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For those looking to get into the super-telephoto game, Tamron has just announced the development of the 100-400mm f/4.5-6.3 Di VC USD Lens for full-frame Canon EF- and Nikon F-mount DSLRs....
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Lensbaby is rounding out its lineup of Composer Pro II lenses with a Sweet 80mm Optic and adding to its creative arsenal with the Lensbaby Creative Bokeh Optic. The Sweet 80mm Optic is available for Nikon F, Canon EF...
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Since 2013, when Profoto pioneered the TTL battery-powered monolight, the company has been regularly rolling out a new product or product enhancement, to the gratification of professionals and serious enthusiasts alike. While the creation of the B2's reduced form factor and OCF system might have given us a clue to what might be coming, the introduction of the A1 AirTTL Studio Light for...
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Enjoy digital images and physical prints with the Kodak PRINTOMATIC Instant Digital Camera. Combining a 10MP point-and-shoot with ZINK printing technology, you can capture moments quickly and easily and then almost immediately share the physical photographs with your...
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As a film photographer, I rarely get to experience the joy and excitement of new products being released to the market. I’ve made my peace with this and have learned to work within a milieu of cameras and materials that have been on the shelves for decades. However, when Bergger recently released...
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Rose Callahan is a curator of character. From Florence to Johannesburg, London to Tokyo, she has captured photographs of some of the most dapper gentlemen and rakish beaus one could hope to encounter. Beginning as a blog dedicated to the resurging dandy personality, her project has since evolved into two impressive volumes: I Am Dandy: The Return of the Elegant Gentleman (Gestalten, 2013) and We...
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Canon has recently announced the addition of three new tilt-shift lenses to its lineup, a relatively big deal for a type of lens often considered merely a tool for architecture photography. The truth is that tilt-shift lenses are used in many photographic applications, from landscape to portraiture,...
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Photography tends to be a solitary practice, which can often make it hard to maintain a sense of direction, and dedication to a given project amid the hustle and bustle of daily life. One noteworthy resource helping photographers to negotiate such hurdles is the eight-month Portfolio Development program, organized by the B&H Event Space. Above photograph © Danielle Goldstein Goldstein self-...
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Many people dream about a fashion photography career as a life in the fast lane with gilded perks. In reality, it takes a discerning eye, fierce determination, and a penchant for risk. These very qualities were the driving force behind Erin Yamagata’s decision to trade the beaches of Southern California for the crowded avenues of midtown Manhattan. By her graduation from New York’s Fashion...
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Many of us were wishing for this day with little hope that it would ever come, but the Impossible Project has managed to bring back the original instant film name with its announcement today of Polaroid Originals. This rebranding was made possible through a years-long effort by the leaders...
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Now that you know the basics of Fashion Week from Part 1 of this article, it’s time to learn about the types of conditions you may face, and the needed gear (and settings) for getting great images. Shooting Conditions and Gear Requirements Each venue and runway show is unique. Some...
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Let’s face it, fashion shows are intriguing, and even if you’re not a fashionista, shooting a runway show can provide a level of excitement akin to photographing that big annual football game or covering the red carpet at a gala event. Fashion shows have, in a sense, become more democratized, thanks to social media and live streaming. Events that used to be limited to the press and buyers can now...

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