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There are times when photographing tethered on location that a larger monitor built for travel is more than handy — it is a necessity. Clients like to see the work they have commissioned on a bigger screen that is distanced
While the printed photograph is the final expression of a photographer’s vision, making inkjet prints is problematic and expensive. That’s why there are still labs printing photos. There is a printer company that offers affordable, ink-free prints for photographers to
I’ve used Photoshelter to host my photography website for over two years now. I know that choosing a website host can be a daunting task, so I thought I would provide an summary of my experience thus far. Launched in
Tamron has a new, lightweight, water-resistant compact 17-70mm f/2.8 lens for APS-C cameras. Great news: It works on full frames too. I’ll start by saying this lens is light, weighing in at a svelt one-pound two and a half ounces.
Being a fan of Tamron, I jumped at the chance to review the soon-to-be released Tamron 70-300mm f/4.5-6.3 for my Sony. The lens is the smallest, most compact and lightweight telephoto lens currently on the market. It’s only marginally longer
Holdfast just came up with a vegan twist for their very popular Money Maker! Here’s the experience of my first hands-on with this colorful, solo version. I’ve been using the skinny Money Maker (the traditional one, in bridle leather) for
When I first switched over to my Sony system, I had a basic kit lens which I bought with it. It was great, but had a variable f/3.5-5.6 aperture. I wanted something that would do f/2.8 without breaking the bank.
With 5DayDeal fully underway, organizers have created an amazing educational package, where you can learn things like software tips, must-have tools and advanced shooting techniques. A LOT of courses look appealing, but as a hobbyist nature photographer I was drawn
I had the opportunity to try out the Robus RTH-1050 ball head, using it for two consecutive nights of long exposure photography in a remote auto salvage yard. Robus is a new name to me, but seeing it reminded me
As a videographer, I’ve had the opportunity to use a plethora of tripods ranging from small tabletop units to large 5-figure behemoths at sporting events. Currently, I’m on the hunt for a tripod ideal for shooting video with DSLR or
“When he proposed to me, he did say that I would always be his second love, that photography would be his first and he would never ever give it up, I thought that was marvelous. I could never be jealous
Adobe has announced that the company’s co-founder, Dr. Charles Geschke, passed away Friday, April 16, 2021, at the age of 81. Geschke co-founded Adobe in 1982 with Dr. John Warnock, a colleague from Xerox. Their first product was Adobe PostScript,
How do you go about photographing a surprise proposal photography session? How do you price them so they’re attractive to clients, yet profitable for you? Some of the popular requests we get at our studio are for surprise proposal photography
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