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Much of the magic of technology doesn’t come from hardware these days—it’s in the software. Sony is showing us how good cameras can be even better, with today’s launch of firmware version 5.0 for the a9—the company’s blazing-fast flagship mirrorless camera. Already packing spectacular...
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Let's start with some facts:
  • Dirty optics can and will affect your image quality.
  • There are correct methods and tools to clean lens and filter optics.
  • There are incorrect methods and tools to clean lens and filter optics.
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Since the invention of the zoom lens, there has been a demand for the perfect lens that would allow photographers to ditch lens-heavy camera bags and head out into the field or out onto holidays and vacations with only a single lens—one that handled every photographic demand thrown at it; from wide-angle landscapes, to beautiful portraits, to group photos, to macro shots, to telephoto framing of...
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Is your studio a mess? Do you dread setting up shoots because you can’t remember where you put anything? An organized studio simplifies workflow, reassures clients, and allows you to focus on your work without distraction. Below are a few easy ways to keep your workspace organized. Cases and Inserts Simply allocating a specific location for a particular piece of equipment and sticking to that...
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This week’s episode of the B&H Photography Podcast is a bit of a grab bag. We start with an update of our new B&H Photography Podcast Facebook group and announce the winners of the...
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Photography is empathy visualized. Akin to how music cuts through analytical thought and into the soul of a person, photography makes us feel our shared humanity. Photography takes the sense of the universal and elevates it to the sublime through...
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Has it been only 10 years? The X-Rite ColorChecker Passport has become such a staple in digital studios that it is hard to remember a time before this handy tool. To celebrate its decade of use, X-Rite has created the ColorChecker Passport Photo 2, adding even more functionality via...
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Somehow, Leica managed to improve its powerful full-frame fixed-lens camera with the Q2. Photographer David Flores took it out for a day in Chinatown, where he shows off the new features enabled by the 47.3MP CMOS sensor and Summilux 28mm f/1.7 ASPH. Lens. To find out more about this stellar...
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Even the best cameras in the world need batteries, same as your laptop, smartphone, tablet, monitor, and, I’m assuming, a ton of your photo accessories. When you are at home or in the studio, it isn’t much of an issue. You just plug everything into the wall outlet to charge or stay powered up. When you travel out on location, those outlets can’t exactly travel with you. That is what makes the...
by John Harris and Cory Rice
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I'm going to be very strict in my response to this… a photograph is defined in two dimensions, static and isolated in time and space. A digital image is something different, something fluid that can do many different things. To call it a...
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Interested in night photography? Want a deep dive into the types of cameras that are best suited to this genre? You are in luck! Educator, author, and co-founder of National Parks at Night, Gabriel Biderman is here to give us a seriously detailed look at some of the most popular cameras for night photography. Biderman talks about megapixel counts, sensitivity ranges, and other concerns...
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Now Lensbaby Edge fans can grab an optic that gives them a little more room to breathe while working with the unique lens-tilt effects of the popular Edge optic. Designed for the Composer Pro II in the Lensbaby Optic Swap System system, the new Edge 35 Optic joins the...
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Today, we welcome portrait photographer Mark Mann to the B&H Photography Podcast and, as Allan notes at the top of the show, if you name a celebrity or famous politician, Mann has probably photographed...
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In this B&H video, National Parks at Night workshop leader Gabriel Biderman braves the elements to share valuable tips about setting up your camera for night photography. Starting with a photograph shot in program mode, Biderman explains how choosing manual mode at night allows you to explore the variables of ISO, aperture, and shutter speed for ultimate control. Next, with his camera set to...
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Almost every camera sold at B&H contains a light meter designed to calculate extremely accurate exposure readings, typically with a choice of Spot, Average, and Segmented metering modes. Good as they are, handheld light meters still have the upper hand when it comes to analyzing light. For starters, the meter in your camera only reads reflected ambient light. If you’d prefer to take an...
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