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Show Us Your Shot: Dolly or Zoom?
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In this segment of Show Us Your Shot, filmmaker Steven Gladstone shares with us the differences between a dolly and a zoom. He begins by recreating a two-dolly combination move using a skateboard dolly and a slider, and then moves on to examine the choice between zoom in and dolly in. “With the small size and lightweight nature of today’s equipment, once-difficult shots become easier to pull off...
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In this fifth video in the Audio for Video series, AB discusses tips and techniques for how to best capture audio with lavalier and boom mics. From ways to conceal lavs on talent to proper operation of a boompole, you’ll see real-world examples of some of the methods that are used to enable great audio capture, regardless of environment or application.  If you would like to continue reading about...
Hands-On Review: ASUS ZenFone 6
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Smartphones are starting to get cool again. Sure, you can say smartphones are already cool. What’s not awesome about powerful pocket-sized computers that can do almost anything? Thing is, we pretty much all have one. Slabs of glass and metal that can generally do the same stuff. Now, there’s the...
Five Ways to Turn your Backyard into a Wildlife Photography Studio
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Wildlife photography doesn’t necessarily entail braving wilderness in search of elusive species inhabiting remote locations. A carefully landscaped yard can supply an impressive variety of animal life to observe and photograph. In this article, we go through five tips for turning your backyard into a red carpet for local wildlife. Know your Neighbors Research, research, research. Find out what...
Wildlife Photography on the B&H Photography Podcast
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At the B&H Photography Podcast, we pride ourselves on the wide variety of photo-related topics we cover, including the art, history, science, techniques, and the gear of photography. Over the course of 180 episodes, we have discussed wildlife photography on more than one occasion. Below are a few of our favorite episodes on the...
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Wouldn’t it be great if there were a smartphone that featured 4K HDR quality, multiple high-quality cameras, dual SIM cards, and a microSD slot, all on a 21:9 CinemaWide OLED display? Well, it’s already here—the new Sony Xperia 1, a mobile phone designed to take ultra-high-quality photos and...
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Not just lenses today! Sigma has unveiled initial details and plans for its first full-frame mirrorless camera: the fp. Ultra-compact, the fp claims the title of lightest and smallest full-frame mirrorless on the market, at only 14.9 oz, and wants to become your pocket camera. It has a 24.6MP...
Sigma Develops Trio of Lenses Designed Exclusively for Full-Frame Mirrorless Cameras
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Full-frame mirrorless is the hottest trend in photography right now, with nearly every brand offering its own distinct system. Sigma is a brand that always aims to be on top of current photo trends and, today, is revealing its first lenses designed exclusively for the full-frame L-Mount and Sony’s E-mount system. Three models are kicking off this new lineup: the...
by John Harris and Cory Rice
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Photography is a tool. To be used to get at what you’re trying to say. To speak back to your life experiences and the world at large. —Nydia Blas, artist Photograph © Cory Rice...
Clay Bolt and his Quest to Save a Species with Images
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Wildlife conservation photographer Clay Bolt says, “As far back as I can remember, I've been fascinated with insects, and little things like frogs. My other twin passion was always art, particularly illustration, and later on painting. So, I’ve always gone back and forth to combine these two loves of my life.” Growing up in South Carolina, Bolt was drawn to nature, but had yet to discover the...
Wildlife Photography, with Nate Luebbe
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Fresh from a trip to Alaska and a bit of backpacking in the Arctic Circle, landscape and wildlife photographer Nate Luebbe has joined us for a short conversation on wildlife photography. How did you get started with wildlife photography? Nate Luebbe: Honestly, by accident. I was and still am a landscape photographer and, if you spend enough time outside, you are bound to have some incredible...
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Cristina Mittermeier was hardly seeking to change the world with photography when starting her career as a marine biologist. Trained as a scientist and armed with a degree in biochemical engineering in the exploitation of marine resources from the Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education (ITESM), in Mexico, Mittermeier’s early work consisted largely of scientific papers filled with...
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This is “Wildlife Week” at B&H Explora and, for our contribution, we offer this most excellent episode of the B&H Photography Podcast. Truth is, serendipity is a goddess, and our B&H colleagues made it easy for us to bring you such great guests—the...
Planetarium Projection Systems
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Prepare yourself for the ultimate adventure through time and space, from the comfort of a reclining seat inside a domed theater. Planetarium shows never fail to deliver awe and wonder to people of all ages and backgrounds. At the center of many planetarium theaters is a projector. While a lot of these awe-inspiring shows are now digital, there are few machines in the world that are as beautiful,...
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Commercial and editorial photographer Jeff Rojas takes the new Sony FE 35mm f/1.8 lens for a spin—it’s a piece of glass capable of shooting a wide array of styles, from landscape photography to portraits. If you’ve been looking for a lens that can capture great photos in diverse environments,...
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