Sandmarc iPhone Lens Review – A Fun Entry Into The World of High Quality Mobile Photography
These well built iPhone lenses from Sandmarc are a less expensive alternative to Moment and many other systems on the market.
Fuji X-T30 Review – Outstanding Performance In A Tiny Package
Fuji’s latest APS-C camera (X-T30) has a lot to offer at a more than reasonable price point of $899 (body only) for advanced enthusiasts and pros looking for a vacation from their larger daily carry.
Canon 5D Mark IV Official Review | Gear Talk Episode 13
The moment you have all been waiting for, the Canon 5D Mark IV: the good, the bad, and the dual pixel raw.
How To Produce Cooler Wedding Images With Tether Tools’ RapidMount PowrGrip Kit
Tether Tools RapidMount PowrGrip is a functional solution in a sea of options.
Tether Tools RapidMount Systems: RapidMount EasyGrip, MaxClamp, & SuperFlex Arm | Review
Tether Tools brings a suite of grips and clamps to secure your gear and expand your creativity.
Don’t Be Fooled | 8 Signs Betraying A Gear Review That Isn’t Objective
Gear reviews are a fantastic resource, and you can be sure that for whatever new lens or camera you’re planning to buy there will be tons of reviews from across the world. While it’s great to have such a selection of resources, it can also be misleading. Read on for 8 signs that a review isn’t completely objective.
E-Book Review: The Adventure Photography Handbook by Leo Edwards
am always interested in reading about adventure and travel photography. I have numerous books and videos on the subject, and today I am reviewing for you all a book by adventure photographer Leo Edwards. It is a short e-book titled “The Adventure Photography Handbook”.
Nikon D600 RAW sample images processed in Lightroom 4.2
Last weekend I was able to capture a few frames using the brand new Nikon D600 at a wedding. While waiting patiently for Adobe to update Lightroom / ACR to accommodate the D600, I used Nikon’s ViewNX 2 to browse the D600 images, and play with Nikon’s powerful “Active D-Lighting” feature. The results were very impressive right out of the camera, but last night I was still truly floored when I downloaded Adobe Lightroom 4.2, and finally imported my Nikon D600 NEF’s. I will let the images speak for themselves.