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On this week’s episode of the B&H Photography Podcast, photographer...
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Tunnel View in Yosemite National Park is one of the most scenic overlooks on the entire planet. Because of its sheer beauty, it is difficult to walk away from it with a bad photograph. (I have always said that it is easier to make a beautiful photograph of something that is already beautiful than it is to make a beautiful photograph of something that is not beautiful.) And, almost every camera-...
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Metering for optimal exposure is crucial in all forms of photography, but especially so for landscape and cityscape applications. When you’re shooting outside during the day, you’ve got to deal with the sun and the sky, which of course can be extremely bright, and you may also have very dark shadows relative to the sky within the same frame. This can create an extremely wide dynamic range that...
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Among the madness that is CES, Sony slipped in a surprise photo announcement: the FE 35mm f/1.4 GM lens. Sony has been very clear that this full-frame E-mount lens is aiming to deliver top-tier image quality in a compact package, and it looks like the company absolutely hit the mark. The 35mm GM...
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When speaking with wildlife and bird photographers, the subject of camouflage always initiates a rousing conversation. Some are surprisingly dismissive, others are all-in and, of course, there are those of us in the middle, who understand the benefits, but are not quite ready to order a complete ghillie suit. In fact, camouflage gear is not a panacea, and all photographers should agree that your...
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For many people, the word “landscape” typically conjures up images of snow-capped mountains, mighty rivers, and flower-covered meadows awash in the light of golden sunsets. But what if these photo utopias are beyond the bounds of a reasonable driving distance? What if your choices of places to photograph is limited to your immediate neighborhood or town? Are you skunked when it comes to landscape...
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When it comes to outdoor and travel photography, every season has its signature attributes. Springtime is about the pastels of awakening flowers, summer is about the lushness of landscapes in full bloom, and fall is the final riot of color before the onset of winter. And winter? Winter is about light, and wouldn’t you know it—that’s exactly what photography is about. Photographs © Allan Weitz...
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2021 is here, and it is time to reset our artistic goals. Fine art and still life photographer Claire Rosen teaches you how to be creative, how to brainstorm, and how to execute your photography ideas. We hope you enjoy the video, and we invite you to view the wide selection of other instructional and informative videos at BandH.com. Sponsored by...
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The Godox AD100Pro Pocket Flash is designed for photographers in need of a compact off-camera strobe that doesn’t skimp on features. Compatible with its 2.4 GHz wireless system, and adaptable to an extensive range of modifiers, this 100Ws light maintains all of the creative possibilities of its...
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The Godox TL60 Tube Light offers a brilliant array of colors for photographers and videographers to choose from, whether for designing creative environments, matching ambient lighting, or producing special effects. Featuring a slim 2" diameter tube and length of 2.5', this 18W LED can be easily...
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In this seminar, Dr. Kah-Wai Lin shares his insights on landscape photography, from how to use long exposure to create dynamism and how to use lighting to convey an emotion, to how to use composition for visual storytelling. He will also cover the gear (such as telephoto and wide-angle lenses) used to make his images. What are your takeaways from this seminar? Share them in the Comments, below....
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Travel and landscape photographer David Marx shares his sunrise and sunset photography secrets. Throughout this seminar, you will learn how to predict the sun’s placement, how to compose your photos, how to understand the exposure triangle, when to use an ND filter, and more. What are your favorite tips for shooting during sunrise and sunset? Let us know in the Comments, below. Similar...
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What better motivation can one give a fledgling photo student than a gift of their very own camera at the end of an introductory workshop? It’s this very gesture that sets FreshLens Chicago apart from the pack. Founded in 2017 by Shirley Nannini as Executive Director, with Denise Orlin as Assistant Director, FreshLens is a youth photography not-for-profit dedicated to serving under-resourced...
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For our final episode of 2020, we look back at the year that was—and what a year it was. We learned new remote recording skills and virtual conversation styles, but the B&H Photography Podcast never missed a beat; we recorded an episode the very first week of quarantine and have continued recording throughout this unprecedented time...
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LEDs have become an increasingly popular lighting choice for creators who work in both photo and video. Continuous, portable, and loaded with features, LEDs are some of the most versatile lighting options on the market. Unlike other continuous sources, which often require generators to work on location, most new LEDs feature the option of battery power so you can take them virtually anywhere you...
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