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In these days of digital photography, stumbling upon a semi-secret, not well-known photographic tool is a rare pleasure. Enter the Singh-Ray Gold-N-Blue polarizer filter. With the power of modern digital cameras and post-processing software, we tend to think that anything we want to see in an image can be created,...
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Congratulations to NASA, the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, and United Launch Alliance for their successful launch of the Parker Solar Probe to study the closest star to Earth, the Sun, at distances never accomplished before. With this successful launch, it is time to add details of the Parker Solar Probe mission to this list of American interplanetary spacecraft photo gear...
Guide to Portable Hard Drives for the Travel Photographer
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You finally made it to your destination, and as you kick up your feet and sip from an ice-cold drink, the last thing you want to worry about is storage. It is a little insane that you must rely on a semi-mysterious device to hold the photographs from your most recent excursion safe, especially as you plan to do a bit more shooting as you go about your travels. Hopefully, this...
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Are you currently a photography student? Are you enrolled in high school, college, or graduate-level photography classes this fall? Here is some unsolicited advice from professional photographic educators to take with you into the classroom or out into the field. 1. “It is totally natural to emulate other photographers who you admire as you start your journey with the medium of photography, but...
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The debate between analog film photography versus digital photography has been settled for most of the photographing populace. This just in… digital is, by far, the choice of today and the future. This article is not about dredging up that debate for the modern photographer—instead, let’s take a look at that discussion through the lens of someone just starting out in photography—a first-year...
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Printing your work is a very satisfying experience. The level of control you have when you do it yourself is unmatched and can be extremely rewarding. There’s also the feeling you get when you’re holding one of your photographs in your hand, which just can’t be beat. Sticking with classic glossy, luster, or matte...
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For a working professional photographer like renowned maritime photographer and Canon Explorer of Light Onne van der Wal, the most valuable part of his business is not the tens of thousands of dollars’ worth of cameras and lenses he carries, it is that which cannot be covered by insurance or easily replaced: data. Clients don’t care if your Canon camera was lost to Davy Jones’s Locker in the...
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What makes a photograph a photograph? When I take a picture of you, who owns that image? Should certain things never be photographed? Do photographs belong in art museums? These are just a few of the questions writers have wrestled with since photography was invented nearly two centuries ago....
Back to School: What You Want vs What You Need
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As a student, much of your life is about making choices and sacrifices. “Should I skip this class and sleep in?” or “Should I go to class even though I’m too tired to pay attention?” There are a lot of hard decisions to make as a student, especially if you’re a burgeoning photographer looking to attain professional status. But, as a student, means are often limited and you need to be more...
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We are in the midst of our B&H Photography Podcast Panasonic LUMIX S1 Sweepstakes and encourage you to check the link to enter to win a...
Announcing the Leica APO-Summicron-SL 50mm f/2 ASPH Lens
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If you own a Leica L-mount camera, take note: the new Leica APO-Summicron-SL 50m f/2 ASPH has been announced officially. Following the release of Leica’s 35mm, 75mm, and 90mm Summicron-SL lenses, Leica’s latest release is the first normal lens in the series....
Penelope Umbrico: What is Photography?
by John Harris and Cory Rice
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Photography is alive (not still). It’s constantly moving and evolving. It’s a mutable collective visual prosthetic. In 2019, there are 7.7 billion different photographies in the world. — Penelope...
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Gitzo has updated, improved, and re-invented its classic 3-way tripod head. The new Gitzo 3-Way Fluid Head is designed for photographers looking for the precision that ball heads rarely offer, with the controlled and fluid movements of a geared head without the size and weight of that type of...
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There is no doubt that digital photography is here to stay, and film has certainly seen better days, in terms of availability and affordability. However, what if you’re a digital photographer who simply wants to shoot a roll of film every once in a while for fun? Film photography has a distinct look that, even with the latest and greatest 50MP cameras, cannot be duplicated by digital imaging. It’...
Nikon COOLPIX W150 Digital Camera
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Nikon has just released the Nikon COOLPIX W150—an update to its entry-level family-summertime-fun digital waterproof COOLPIX W100 camera. The COOLPIX W150 camera is the perfect...
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