B&H has grown to become an establishment in the world of photography since it first opened its doors in 1973. To celebrate more than 45 years in business, B&H has published a 91-second video that takes a brief look at the company's history.

Founded by a husband and wife — who used their names Blimie and Herman as the inspiration for the brand — B&H has gone from a small shop in on 17 Warren Street in Manhattan, New York City to a three story building on 420 9th Avenue with more than 400,000 products on its shelves and 1,000 employees at the helm.

While B&H's history is a notable one, it isn't without its blemishes. Since 2007, B&H has faced numerous lawsuits for various discrimination claims and to date has paid out more than $7.5 million in verified settlement claims.