WANDRD Duo Daypack Review – Possibly Their Best Bag Yet
The DUO Daypack really is the perfect bag to help balance work and life. Whether you are commuting to work, out on a photo shoot, or just out exploring, the DUO let’s you live your life the way you want to.
Fujifilm X-T3 Review | 8 Things You’ll Love, 7 Things You Might Not
After 1 year on the market, the X-T3 proves to be flagship contender. Here’s what we like and don’t like.
Canon RF 85 f/1.2L USM Review | The Best 85mm Ever?
After putting the Canon RF 85mm f/1.2 L USM through its paces, I can say that this is simply the best 85mm lens I’ve ever used.
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.
Synology DS1618+ 6 Bay NAS Review – Professional Grade Backup Solutions Have Never Been This Easy
The DS1618+ from Synology puts a professional grade backup solution in an easy, affordable, and flexible package that both beginners and experts will love.
Spiffy Gear’s Spekular LED Light Kit Hands-On Review – Lighting For Any Situation and Budget
The Spekular LED kit can be customized to make a crazy combination of shapes and setups for your lighting needs. The big question though, is it worth the price?
Sony A7R4 Sample Images & Initial Thoughts | Kando Trip 3.0
Don’t be distracted by 61 megapixels, there’s even more exciting things about this new camera…
Amazon Basics Light Stand Review | Is A $12 Light Stand Good Enough For Pro Photographers?
Amazon has a set of travel light-stands that are incredibly cheap. Are they too good to be true?
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.
Photographing Bighorn Sheep with the Sigma 60-600mm Sports Lens
The Sigma 60-60mm is one of the most versatile, sharp, and stable lenses in the telephoto market (in the f/4.5-6.3 zone) but it’s weight and size might not make it a lens for everyone.
Nikon Z 50mm f/1.8 S Review | Is this Nifty Fifty Worth $600?
At $600 it’s the most expensive 50mm f/1.8 Nikon has ever made. Is it really worth it?