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On this week's episode of the B&H Photography Podcast, we welcome two artists whose work blurs the line between street photography, documentary, installation and digital art, while cultivating a contemporary interpretation of the art and craft of collage. Both artists...
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Kodak, as a brand, is doubling down on nostalgia, this time launching the SMILE line to bring back a form of instant photography, as well as some throwback camera designs. The SMILE Classic Instant Print Camera features a design that matches something you might find in your parents' or grandparents' attic. It has been modernized—it features a 10MP digital image sensor to capture photos. Other...
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Vello has introduced the LW-500 Extendá Plus Wi-Fi Camera Controller, which allows you to control your camera remotely from your mobile phone, tablet, or computer with an app from distances up to 196.9' (60m) from camera position.   Designed for use with select cameras from Canon, Nikon...
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Panasonic wants to merge the physical and the digital, essentially creating a platform that helps consumers realize the future of technology in their everyday lives, seamlessly. A focus on personalization and ease of use will help users truly recognize the future of tech as it continues to press forward. This extends from cameras to motorcycles, and much more. The next evolution of Lumix imaging...
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Cory Rice Photography is a moment, whether created or captured. — Caroline Wall, Director, Robert Mann Gallery ...
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Wide-angle, mid-range, and telephoto zoom lenses that max out at f/2.8 throughout the zoom range are some of the most popular lenses among pros and enthusiasts alike. Not to short-change fixed focal length primes—the good Lord knows we love 'em, but there's good reason why camera and lens manufacturers make a point of showcasing their fast, fixed-aperture, full-frame f/2.8 zooms. When Sigma first...
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At CES 2019, Panasonic aims to blend physical with digital, thus creating a platform that helps consumers realize the future of technology in our everyday lives, seamlessly. This extends from cameras to motorcycles and a bevy of additional products and experiences. Highlights include the next generation of Lumix imaging, the S1 and S1R, which represent Panasonic’s first foray into full-frame...
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Lately, Sigma has become quite well known and revered for its popular Art series of lenses for SLRs and Sony E-mount cameras. However, this isn’t to say Sigma hasn’t been innovating in other areas of its portfolio. Catering to the mirrorless shooter who values compactness without wanting to compromise on quality, “The Three Mirrorless f/1.4 Primes” represent Sigma’s answer to this desire....
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As a companion to last week’s end-of-year review episode, and as a way of kicking off the new year, we will discuss our own photographic new year’s resolutions and gear wish lists on today’s episode of the...
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Cory Rice Photography is transforming. — Alexander Porter, experimental photographer...
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Levi Tenenbaum uses photography to express all facets of his imagination, whether it’s a big, cinematic idea or something quieter and more intimate. His photos reflect the passion and explosive energy he carries with him everywhere, including to his role as Corporate Communication Manager for B&H. We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of other...
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Cory Rice Photography is perspective. In many cases, photography is a combination of image, story, editor, photographer, and even viewer. An image may seem simple, straightforward, but its myriad of symbiotic perspectives is more likely the...
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Hey, it is the 11th hour! Are you like me (and many others), who cannot figure out what to get for all but your closest friends, family members, and romantic partners? Well, here are a few ideas for those with the dreaded gift-giving block. These aren’t just my ideas, some of my colleagues at B&H told me what was on their last-minute wish lists, as well! 1. Freehands Men’s Stretch Thinsulate...
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I love a new camera or lens as much as the next photographer. It doesn’t mean every December I should be, or even need to be, spending hundreds or thousands of dollars on one—even though I did manage to do just that this year. Anyway, there are tons of expendables and small accessories you should be looking at upgrading, replacing, or adding to your studio or travel bag now, so you can start the...
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Over the last few years, we have seen releases from Canon, Nikon, Sony,...
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