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B&H to Pay $3.22M to Settle Lawsuit Filed by the Dept. of Labor

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The U.S. Department of Labor has announced that the giant NYC-based photography retailer B&H has agreed to pay $3.22 million to resolve a lawsuit filed by the agency back in February 2016. B&H had faced allegations of discrimination, bias, and harassment. The settlement, first reported by The Phoblographer, is a ...

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Sony Cameras and Lenses Dominate the 2017 EISA Awards

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The EISA Awards 2017-2018 has announced the winners of the year’s best technology and products throughout the electronics industry, and Sony has dominated the Photography category in the latest awards. The European Imaging and Sound Association (EISA) is the world’s largest independent collaboration of experts in multimedia technologies and prides ...

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How to Use Auto AF Fine Tune on Your Nikon DSLR the Right Way

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Here’s a 12-minute video in which photographer Steve Perry shows how to use the relatively new “Auto AF Fine Tune” feature from Nikon. If your camera is back or forward focusing, then it’s likely you need to fine tune the autofocus. Often this would involve buying a commercial kit, or doing a ...

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How to Shoot Shampoo Bottles in Pleasant, Soft Lighting

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Here’s a 7-minute lesson by photographer Dustin Dolby of workphlo on how to improve your product photography shots by giving them a silky, soft, pleasant light. The workphlo channel is known for its easy approaches to lighting all sorts of products, from wine glasses to watches, and this time around it’s no different as ...

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The Masterful Photo Compositions of Henri Cartier-Bresson

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Ever wonder what it is that makes Henri Cartier-Bresson’s “decisive moment” photos “work”? Photographer Tavis Leaf Glover put out a two-part video series in which he explores Cartier-Bresson’s famous photos and shows how they conform to various ideas and principles of composition. These videos show “how Henri Cartier-Bresson used dynamic ...

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Android Phone Cameras to Soon Have Infrared Depth Sensors

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Qualcomm, which creates mobile processors, is pioneering a new active depth sensor that will probably make its way to Android phones next year via their upcoming 2nd generation Snapdragon processor. The Verge reports that his new technology, the 2nd generation Qualcomm Spectra ISP (Image Signal Processor), will allow phones to ...

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