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Holiday lights are a time-honored tradition dating back to 17th-century Europe. But the ingenious idea to brighten the holidays using electric lights is a truly American invention, conceived of in 1882 by Thomas Edison’s business partner, Edward H. Johnson. According to one account, a mere two years after Edison patented the light bulb, Johnson hand-wired 80 red, white, and blue bulbs together...
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Many interchangeable-lens cameras, be it DSLR or mirrorless, are sold today with what we call "kit" lenses. Current kit lenses, in general, thanks to computer technology and advanced manufacturing techniques, are more capable and of higher quality than those of yesteryear. However, many of us who use interchangeable-lens cameras feel the gravitational pull of other lenses that are not yet in our...
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Once again, film continued to thrive in 2018, with several announcements garnering a great deal of attention and inspiring photographers to return to film or even shoot film for the first time. Defying digital’s omnipresence, film’s resurgence over the past few years shows promise to its indefinite availability in some form, and the re-releasing and expansion of popular media is inspiring...
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One of the key selling points of Micro Four Thirds (MFT) camera systems has to do with weight and size, and even though most MFT camera bodies are barely (if at all) smaller or lighter than their APS-C and full-frame counterparts, lenses designed for MFT-format cameras are another story. To illustrate our point, we chose an...
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Cory Rice Photography was an escape for me. I had a pretty poor and tough family life growing up—alcoholism, drug addiction, prison—that I had to get away from. Almost anyone can get a camera these days and, if you’re talented, you can get pretty...
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Kristen Auriemma’s photographic style is best described as soft, sleek, and conceptual—traits thoroughly evinced in her stunning portraiture work. In addition to being a professional photographer, Auriemma also works as a member of B&H’s Live Chat and Email Support. We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of other ...
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Cory Rice Photography is... … bringing the dead to life and the living into the future … a portal and a weapon, a catalyst and a consolation … an evolving new language based on the most ancient … mind-opening, heart-opening—freezing...
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I came of age as a photographer when film was still the only dance in town. When digital began infiltrating the marketplace, in the mid-1990s, I resisted until the cost of DSLRs capable of producing commercially acceptable image files began to fit my needs and budget. The year was 2002, and the camera was a Fujifilm S2 Pro, which cost about $3,500, accepted Nikon F-mount lenses (it was based on a...
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It has been a fabulous year for the B&H Photography Podcast, with an incredibly diverse set of topics we discussed, and guests we welcomed. The podcast team is very...
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On today’s show, we discuss a portrait and interview project that was created for B&H Explora, our online magazine and home base of the B...
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In 1989, a flashy young tennis star named Andre Agassi began marketing cameras under the slogan: “Image is everything.” While Agassi’s now-iconic Canon Rebel campaign helped make a generation of weekend warriors look like savvy professionals, there is one aspect of the industry that his motto has yet to influence: camera bags. Seriously. Why is it so hard to find a functional camera bag that...
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Leica M-series rangefinder cameras are considered, by many, to be the quintessential camera. They are exquisitely designed, they’re hand assembled from the finest materials, and because Leica produces what are arguably the best lenses made, they’re capable of taking outstanding photographs. Still, it’s taken me close to 50 years to get my head wrapped around the idea of going out and taking...
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Special Performance series lenses have been a highlight of Rokinon’s ever-growing lineup—they sport ultra-fast apertures and the ability to support high-resolution 50MP sensors and 8K video. The SP 35mm f/1.2 is the latest in the series and is designed specifically for full-frame Canon EF-...
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Ball heads up, photographers! There is a new brand of tripod legs in the world of photography! The new Robus carbon fiber tripod system has been designed with the necessary features to take on the most extreme...
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Cory Rice Street Photography is like a jigsaw puzzle, and I love putting the pieces together. — Clay Benskin, photographer...
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