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Steven Schwartz
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B&H Photo Video Pro-Audio employee for 29+ years sharing all things B&H!
B&H Photo Video Pro-Audio employee for 29+ years sharing all things B&H!

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In this article guest blogger Peter Tellone asks us not to hate HDR Photography. Did you know the original purpose of HDR Photography was to capture the full dynamic range of the scene, and present it in a way that was possible with current viewing methods in print and on screen. So where do you stand in the debate?

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Tennis anyone? Even though this post talks about tennis, it really applies to most sports photography as well. If you have other sports photography tips, please share with us.

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In this interview with guest blogger Don Peters, Jack Dykinga discusses how he takes photographs, digital processing, the challenges of making a living at photography, conservation, and much more. If you've taken a workshop with Jack or familiar with his work, please share your thoughts.

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Another Photoshop scandal!

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Do you struggle with what to pack in terms of camera gear when traveling? Our friend Andy Kemmis from the Rocky Mountain School of Photography shares his thoughts in this blog post. Feel free to post your thoughts and ideas as well.

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Won't be available to early November and no price yet but something to think about. Curious as to what high end P&S you carry around if any?

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"That's where the trouble with photography comes in—managing the effects we as photographers have on our subjects and their environment, whether they are ancient historical sites, natural wonders, people or wildlife."
The above is written by our friend and guest blogger David Cardinal. We know it's a long article but we'd love for you to share your thoughts.

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Who says you can't have your camera and eat it too ;)

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Very Cool! Sony announces new binoculars that shoot 3D HD video as well as stills.

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"Of the billions of photographs taken every year, the vast majority exist only as digital files on camera memory cards or on the hard drives of PCs and servers in the internet "cloud". In theory – given the right back-up regimes and long-term organisational arrangements – this means that they could, theoretically, endure for a long time. In practice, given the vulnerability of storage technology (all hard disks fail, eventually), the pace at which computing kit becomes obsolete and storage formats change, and the fact that most people's Facebook accounts die with them, the likelihood is that most of those billions of photographs will not long survive those who took them."

Do you print your digital photos?
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