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Filters are hard to get excited about, but Formatt-Hitech’s latest release aims to change that by giving photographers a well-designed ...

7 hours ago
The Moto Z family of smartphones accept MotoMods, modular accessories that magnetically snap onto the back of the phone and transform it into something new. In this video, we take a look at two high-end MotoMods. The Hasselblad True Zoom turns your device into a compact camera, and the Insta-Share projector lets you project...
2 days ago
The venerable lens wrap is a staple of many photographers’ bags, and if these shooters are anything like me, they will swear by them. These small, versatile wraps will keep your gear safe, whether that means by just offering some extra padding or by allowing you to toss an extra lens in your everyday bag....
3 days ago
On this week’s episode, we return to our roots—and not just our photographic roots—but we return to our podcast’s original design of chatting about photography among B&H photographers and writers. We welcome back an original co-host of the podcast, Todd Vorenkamp, as we discuss the...
4 days ago
Capture One Pro has been known to many as the premier tethering solution for digital cameras, and with the release of version 10, the company is proving that it is an exceptionally capable raw processor and image-management solution, as well....
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After fulfilling the desires of many X-series shooters this year, with the release of the X-T2 and X-Pro2 along with the announcement of a medium format system, Fujifilm is coming out with something more accessible to beginners and mirrorless newcomers—the...
5 days ago
I’m fairly certain that if Peak Design’s founder, Peter Dering, and I met in a bar or a hostel while traveling, we would most certainly get along. Because I, too, have learned on my own trip around the world that “carrying a DSLR camera is a pain” in the keister. Although I’m currently grounded in New York City, my “every day” can involve anything from several hours in the office, a photography...
5 days ago
Becoming increasingly more important, photo editing or post-production is now an integral part of photo hobbyists’ and pros’ workflows, and is often the second most critical step to producing a photograph after taking the shot itself. With such importance, it is crucial for photographers to find editing software that can fulfill and support all of their needs, ranging from basic editing control...
6 days ago
This is a bit of an odd assignment in that any place can be a destination in the winter, but the general idea is to explore a few locations that offer wonderful photographic possibilities in winter that they might not offer in summer. I’ll also blend in a bit of that warm escapism we all crave after a few months of snow and cold. Starved Rock State Park, Illinois “Starved what?” you might ask,...
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Most photographers think of tripods when the subject of camera supports is raised. While tripods fill the bill in most situations, there are plenty of scenarios in which traditional tripods don’t cut the mustard. The following are 20 camera supports designed to secure your camera in place when working in situations or locales in which traditional tripods fall short. The...
6 days ago
Photo booths are fun. Photo booths at parties are extra fun. Whether you’re stepping back in time to sit in a vintage “two-seater” with someone you love or standing in front of a sparkly backdrop with several friends at a wedding reception, chances are you’ve enjoyed the printed results—so much so that you’ve decided to make your own photo booth for your upcoming holiday party or your own wedding...
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Just as full-frame DSLRs and mirrorless cameras have become the norm, and APS-C sensors are now considered a more compact option for enthusiasts, medium format is finally coming into view as a potential option for even the non-professional photographer. Medium format options are shrinking in size, becoming easier and less intimidating to use, and are more affordable than ever, compared to...
1 week ago
High marks from lens test labs are nothing to sniffle at, but as any seasoned shooter can tell you, the resolving power of a lens is only part of the equation when it comes to defining superior lens quality. Lots of lenses are sharp, but how many sharp lenses have a look about them that makes you pause to take a closer look? Zeiss lenses have long been revered for their look. High resolving power...

1 week ago
In this B&H Event Space video, Australian photographer Alex Cearns talks about her exploits in the pet and animal photography business. Topics include learning how to approach and read animals of varying temperament, lighting rules, tips for shooting in the studio and location, recommended cameras, lenses, accessories, and a host of tips based on her extensive experience in the field. We hope...
by Todd Vorenkamp, as told to Jill Waterman
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None of the top camera brands make bad cameras or lenses,” says Todd Vorenkamp, Senior Creative Content Writer for B&H’s Explora blog. “If you love Nikon, you can stay with it and be happy forever. That goes with any other camera brand. But, if you’re looking to shake things up, you may want to change systems,” he adds. “The Fujifilm X-T1 made shooting fun for me again—it made it kind of new...

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