HoneyBook Review – Is This The Studio Management Software For You?
Honeybook has established itself as a serious contender in the studio management software game. We reviewed it’s features to help you determine if it’s a good fit for your business.
Pixellu SmartSlides Review | Give Your Stories a Voice
Looking for the best photo slideshow maker online? SmartSlides may just be the one for you.
Retouching Toolkit 3.1 Review – A Near Perfect Extension For Adobe Photoshop Retouchers
The latest update to the Retouching Toolkit brings some incredible addons, (like the new color wheel), and powerful scripts to an already impressive and full customizable set of tools.
Bloom.io – Could This Be The CRM We’ve All Been Waiting For?
The great thing about Bloom.io from my research in the CRM world, is it’s easy to get rolling if you’re just a beginner starting on your own, and it’s an incredible asset to automate your existing business if you’re an established professional.
Flothemes | The Best Way to Build Your Photography Website
Two years ago I needed to create a proper website for my photography business. I researched what it would cost…
NBP Plugins – A New Collection Of Photoshop Tools Gives You Total Control Over Your Images
If you’re looking for plugins to improve your editing workflow (and results), NBP Plugins may be the solution, and they’re 15% off!
Picktorial 4 – A Potential No-Cost Replacement for Apple Aperture
Picktorial 4 has arrived and some have hailed it as a worthy (and free) replacement for Apple Aperture. What are your thoughts?
Book Feature | Ansel Adams’ The Grand Canyon and the Southwest
In today’s world of social media and digital files, the beauty and depth of a photograph is easy to overlook,…
Lightroom CC Mobile for iPad Review | Can It Fit Into a Pro Workflow?
Is Lightroom CC Mobile for iPad worthy of professional use, or is it more of an app built for hobbyists?
Is This the Best WordPress Theme for Videographers and Cinematographers?
A beautiful website can help you stand out from your competitors. But too often, photographers and cinematographers focus on aesthetics…