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One of the best things about shooting film is the complete control you have over the process, from film choice and exposure to development and either scanning or printing. We spend a lot of time focusing on the different films you can use and then a lot of time on how to produce your finished images from that film, but there’s general oversight on the development stage. I’m certainly guilty of...
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Camera gear protectors accomplish several goals. If you should accidentally drop or otherwise bump your camera or lens against a hard surface, depending on the particulars—including the degree and point of impact—camera protectors can minimize, if not prevent, serious damage or dents to your gear, and possibly spare you the time and expense of repairs. Depending on the product, many gear...
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Photographer dads may be the easiest for whom to find a Father’s Day present. There’s really no end to the well-built and practical accessories they need or want for their cameras, and there’s always a new model of lens or camera announced, so a quick check of the Photography section on the B&H Photo Video website...
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The phrase “dust and water resistant” has become so pervasive in the camera industry that it nearly comes as a given with any new camera or lens. Nobody wants to invest a considerable chunk of money on a camera only to have it melt in the rain like the Wicked Witch of the West. The same goes for dust, dirt, and sand—all of which share an unwavering attraction to camera equipment. But what does “...
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Is your father a passionate photographer, someone who lives and breathes pixels, is always shopping for the newest gear, and is also flaunting their existing prized collection of cameras, lenses, and other photo odds and ends? If so, you already know how hard it can be to shop for the photographer father who has it all, but you also know that getting them anything not photography related would...
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Not all fathers are photographers, but for those who are, I’d argue that a point-and-shoot camera is essential tech for the dads in the world. Even for those with the latest smartphone, point-and-shoots are dedicated, purpose-built tools that excel in areas where phones can’t quite keep up. And,...
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For most photographers, the home studio is the studio. Many of us don’t have our own separate studio or frequent access or the need to work at a professional commercial studio. And regardless if it’s time, accessibility, availability, resources, or even by choice, the truth is that it’s often a lot easier and more convenient to do our “studio photography” at home. Convenience and preference aside...
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Refreshing the joy of instant cameras for the digital age, mobile printers have exploded in popularity in recent years. No longer a novelty, easily portable photo printers now offer an assortment of print sizes, connectivity options, and editing possibilities. Unlike instant cameras, mobile printers allow you to make edits to your images before printing, as well as create multiple copies so you...
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Mother’s Day 2020 will prove to be an especially unique holiday this year, with many brunches taking the form of extended video calls. Nonetheless, it’s still a holiday worth celebrating to the fullest and, despite many of us not being able to be with Mom physically on her special day, it’s important to show her how much we care. A gift of some kind goes a long way, especially now, and one gift...
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Even though macro photography is one of the more dynamic genres of photography, physically it’s also one of the most static. It’s also usually performed in controlled situations, with the option to work from a tripod at whichever working distance is available. For these reasons, and out of convention, most macro lenses available feature normal to short telephoto focal lengths. The focal length of...
by Todd Vorenkamp and Bjorn Petersen
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It is probably safe to say that many of us photographers have, either with our cameras or smartphones, tried to capture a close-up image of an insect, flower, toy, or other object. We have an idea of what we want this photograph to look like as we prepare to capture the image. We have seen and admired beautiful close-up images before but, when we nose the...
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Whether it is a natural disaster or a pandemic virus, there are times when we get stuck at home for one reason or another. Some experts suggest relaxing screen time rules for youngsters, but we all know that the glowing rectangle isn't the solution for everyone, nor is it a permanent fix. For products that not only educate, but inspire, B&H Photo has what you need to engage your family, keep...
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Getting great pictures of your newborn or infant is certainly not kid stuff. Indeed, the window of opportunity for coaxing a perfect expression and a picturesque pose from your little bundle of joy is fleeting, at best. For parents (and others) who aspire to capture such moments, user-friendly gear, highly functional accessories, and photogenic props can make all the difference. With this in mind...
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For we city and landscape photographers, carrying a lot of gear is par for the course. On an average day out it’s not unusual to carry a camera body, tripod, two or three lenses, filters, a filter holder, remote trigger, a laptop, and extra batteries, at a minimum. Now, that’s a lot of stuff, you’re going to be walking for a long time, and it’s going to be heavy—not to mention that what you’re...
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Printing your work can be 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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