Alfred Stieglitz, an American Photographer Who Helped Shape Photography as an Art Form

Born in New Jersey in 1864, Alfred Stieglitz was a modern art promoter, photographer, editor, writer, New York gallery owner and married at the age of 60 to the “Mother of American modernism”, Georgia O’Keeffe. Stieglitz is perhaps a name in history that you don’t hear too often. He was one of the first New York gallery owners to exhibit Ansel Adams in 1936 and had an influential voice in the shaping photography as modern art movement in the United States during the early 1900s.

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Manfrotto Introduces Most Innovative Camera Accessory of 2017, The Magnetic Filter System

We've all been there before. The light is fading fast and we need to change lens filter A, (maybe a UV filter) to filter B (perhaps an ND filter). So, we reach into our bag, grab the filter pouch, find the new ND-filter, flip our camera around, unscrew the filter on the lens, stash it in a pocket or back in the pouch, screw on the new filter and an easy 2-3 minutes passes. The moment that you imagined taking using the perfect filter could have disappeared all in those few minute that it took to switch out filter A with B. Don't worry you're...