This week, Michèle Grenier kicked things off, introducing us to the new SpyderX Photo Kit. Then, Bryan Esler told us about an awesome all-purpose lens for micro four-thirds … for under $500.

Jemma Pollari taught us some tricks on how to make tweens smile during photoshoots, Levi Sim taught us how to get rid of purple glare in eyeglasses and Giulio Sciorio tackled the current state of Adobe and Photoshop Camera.

Discover the new SpyderX Photo Kit - Looking for tools for more consistency, efficiency and accuracy in your photographic work? Then you should discover the new Datacolor kit!
Family photos with tweens: Photographing kids who are too cool for school - There are distinct photographic phases that kids seem to go through during childhood. As babies, they couldn’t care less. Toddlers: They might be more interested in playing, but it’s possible to coax cute moments onto film. Preschoolers go one way or the other: They’re sick of the camera by now (ahem, my son and my […]
The best all-purpose lens for micro four-thirds, under $500 - When I went out to Moab, UT in the fall to test out the Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark III, I also had the chance to test out a lens that was unfamiliar to me — the M.Zuiko 14-150mm f/4-5.6 II. Now, those of you who know me might think I’m crazy to even consider this. […]
Portrait Tips: Three ways to remove that pesky purple glare in glasses - I love photographing people with glasses, and it drives me nuts. Glasses are an easy prop to work with, and when you know how to photograph people with glasses, it’s no problem. See this article for how to photograph glasses without glare. And check out this one, too. Glare can be okay … But sometimes […]
Is Adobe tone-deaf or an ally to artists? - With the release of Photoshop Camera, Adobe flexes some serious tech for consumers but at the expense of working artists. The smartphone camera completely transformed how the world communicates. For the first time, regular people can shoot, capture and share content that’s ‘good enough’ or better than what they are accustomed to with dedicated cameras. […]

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