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.
Product Review: Clik Elite Volt Studio Light Backpack
The Clik Elite Volt studio lighting backpack is probably unlike any other photography backpack in the market. While there backpacks…
Gear Review: The Versatile Vanguard Alta Pro 284CT Tripod & BBH-200 Ballhead
Olloclip for iPhone 4/4S Review
The olloclip is a quick-connect lens solution for the iPhone 4/4S that includes fisheye,wide-angle and macro lenses in one small, convenient package that easily fits in your pocket. Nestled in the palm of your hand, the olloclip connects to the iPhone within seconds so you’ll be sure to capture the image you want…if you don’t see the picture you’re looking for just flip it over to switch lenses.
Useful Accessory: The HoldFast Camera Leash
I think if anything, this camera leash should be called the Quick Draw, because it allows you to keep your camera at bay and attached to you for a quick draw. This leash is very useful and is fairly quick and easy to use. It’s stylish, especially the water buffalo, and most of all, well made.
Wacom Intuos5 Tablet Review
A tablet can really change your workflow and make you a lot more productive. And boy, does Wacom deliver! The Intuos5 is an excellent graphic tablet and after using it for a week, I can see why Wacomâ€™s tablets are the standard of the photo and graphic industry.
Spyder 4 Elite Hardware Review. Calibrate your monitor, iPhone & iPad!
Whether you are a serious photographer, retoucher, or a just a color-perfectionist, calibrating your monitor is should be an essential part of your photographic workflow.