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by John Harris and Cory Rice
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The photographs I have seen are all part of me. My entire life, I have been absorbing media, which has greatly affected the person I am now and my understanding of life itself. Photography is a powerful visual language, and like the written word, it can be...
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I think it’s fair to say that animals, even more than cars, sunsets, and children, are the most photographed subject by listeners of the B&H Photography Podcast and, on this week’s episode, we speak with two photographers who not only have dedicated their craft to photographing animals, but bring to their process a compassion and...
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When Elinor Carucci is behind the camera, the distinction between public and private moments disappears. For more than two decades, Carucci has offered an unflinching look into her personal life as she left her family in Jerusalem, moved to New York City, and raised a family of her own. Carucci’s work has been celebrated for its transformation of the oft-overlooked details of everyday life into...
by John Harris and Cory Rice
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The lens I have on the world is one of welcoming. You know how people yearn to be part of something, and always feel a bit too late or not invited at all? Weren’t in Paris in the 1920s, weren’t at Andy Warhol’s Factory, and on and on. But great unsung moments and people...
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It has been said that all our knowledge begins with the senses. This is certainly the case for Martine Fougeron, who gave up a burgeoning fragrance-industry career as "the nose to the noses" to return to her roots—photography and family. What began as a personal challenge to reconnect with her creative life by photographing the inner world of her two sons and their teen tribe has blossomed into a...
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Papua New Guinea is a culturally diverse country that also has diverse marine life that boggles the imagination. Visiting Papua New Guinea from the USA is a challenge, but worth the effort. Join Larry Cohen and Olga Torrey as they explore the Kimbe Bay and Tufi areas of PNG after traveling for 25 hours in the air, on three different airlines. They show images of breathtaking reefs, large and tiny...
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As we prepare to celebrate Mother’s Day, we welcome an artist to the B&H Photography Podcast who is using her camera to examine quotidian spaces to further a conversation about the “deeply felt subjective experiences of motherhood,” particularly as they are...
by John Harris and Cory Rice
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Photography is a disembodied lens, a way to watch each other without locking eyeballs. Is this a photo of me or you? — Mitra Saboury, Videographer Photograph by © Cory Rice...
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On May 10, 2019, the 150th anniversary of the “golden spike,”—the ceremonial completion of The First Transcontinental Railroad, will be celebrated, and we at the B&H Photography Podcast are taking this opportunity to talk railroad photography. In the first half of...
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Abelardo Morell’s photographic life and work can be largely defined by the physics of optics. This is a fancy way of explaining the simple fact that, “If you create a little opening in a dark room, looking out through that opening, an image of the world comes in upside down on the opposite wall,” he explains in a recent video for the San Francisco Museum of Art. In a career spanning more than 30...
by John Harris and Cory Rice
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Photography is an interpretation of what you see. It’s fun to see creativity, exploration, and emotion radiate from an image when the photographer has been true. —JR Martin, Visual Consultant, Duggal Visual Solutions Photograph...
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The first amateur photographic entity in the United States was the Amateur Photographic Exchange Club, New York City, which existed from 1861–1863. The oldest continuously extant camera club in the United States founded, at least in part, by amateurs is the Photographic Society of Philadelphia, founded in 1862. On today’s episode of the...
by John Harris and Cory Rice
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To represent someone else's story is a struggle, you have to give everything to that person because there's so much at stake. Photography is a practice, a process, and a struggle to do justice to a story. —...
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For an inside look at the Wedding and Portrait Photographer International conference, I followed my former MFA classmate and Flagstaff, Arizona-based photographer Jamelle Kelly around the exhibition floor for a day to see exactly what matters to a professional wedding photographer, and what her thoughts are on the latest and...
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Once upon a time, the 50mm lens was a considered a common lens. The so-called “kit lens” of an era; it would be the most basic and cheap lens you would get with your new camera. It was characterized by a compact and lightweight design, had few frills, and just gave you a reliable, normal field of view. These 50mm lenses languished over the years and fell out of popularity as zooms hit their...
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