Nisi Switch Filter System Lets You Use and Rotate Multiple Filters At Once
NiSi has just created a filter system that will change the game for landscape photographers, allowing for independent rotation of two separate square filters as well as 360 degree rotation of a circular Polarizer or ND!
2018 Holiday Gift Guide for Photographers | $100 & Under (Stocking Stuffers)
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Palette Review – A New Way To Make Adjustments In Post Without a Mouse
Palette is a product that allows you to control many adjustments within Photoshop and Lightroom.
10 Things Every Nature Photographer Should Have In Their Bag
Over the years, I’ve had a lot of moments where I’ve wanted to tear my hair out because I didn’t have that essential accessory to hand.
Three Things I Love About The 13″ One Bag from UNDFIND
I had been using another bag for several years; a dual purpose bag for both shooting and travel, but it was just a bit too bulky and getting worn out. The One Bag started impressing me right out of the box.
Dollar Store Steals | 5 Photography Must-Haves For $1 Or Less
Photography is an equipment-heavy craft, but luckily there are tons of genuinely useful photography accessories that we can purchase for a song. Here are 5 of my favourite go-to photography items, all purchased from the dollar store.
5 Must Have Accessories For Fujifilm X-Series Shooters
So, you are thinking about getting a Fuji, or you already have one and you want to know what sort of accessories you should be looking into. Great! I’ve got you covered.
Affordable, Handy, Brilliant – Another Must-Have Tool: Quiklips Review
Card wallet, bounce card, battery case, these are just some of the things I had listed as items under $40 that improve your photography workflow. I just found a new item to add to the list, Quiklips belt clips!
Extension Tubes & Reversing Rings: Cheap Macro Accessories Reviewed
A few days ago I shared a video which detailed probably the cheapest way to get some amazing macro images, reversing your lens. A piece of gear that was suggested to make the process easier was a little adapter called a reversing ring. A reversing ring attaches to the front of your lens and allows you to mount it backwards to your camera, in essence turning your lens into a magnifying glass, rather than a telescope.