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Why I Chose ShootProof for my Online Proofing Needs
There are many online proofing websites out there, two of the most popular being Smugmug and Zenfolio. After trying out both of the above mentioned websites I decided to keep looking. Not being one to bash things, I will not talk about those sites other than to say that they simply were not what I was looking for.
Book Review | The Art of Bokeh: A Guide to Using Shallow Depths in Landscape Photography by Christopher O’Donnell
When I started dabbling in serious photography with my first SLR (at the tender age of 11) the first genre I learned to shoot was landscapes. I loved to experiment with composition and elements in the foreground. But I always ratcheted up my f-stop to f11 and above, hoping to get as much of the scene in focus as possible. That was the way to ‘do landscapes’, as far as I knew.
Review: “Look Amazing In No Time” by Phlearn
Today we are going to be reviewing one of their PRO Tutorials, titled: “Look Amazing In No Time”. The goal of this tutorial is to teach the viewer how to manipulate their subjects in Photoshop and this way bring out their best features quickly, but effectively.
Official Review of “On Aspects of Image Making” DVD by Erik Almas
“On Aspects of Image Making” by photographer Erik Almas is a great educational DVD. The 8+ hours of footage include 5 image-making case studies and many behind-the-scenes videos explaining the whole shooting process from the very beginning all the way to post-production.
Silicon Power Rugged Armored A80 Hard Drive Review: Best Drive for Photographers?
Several months ago, we posted about our purchase of six Silicon Power Rugged Armor A80 USB 3.0 1TB hard drives. So how well did they stand up to the heavy workload of SLR Lounge and Lin and Jirsa Los Angeles Wedding Photography in the long term? Are they the best USB 3.0 portable hard drive for photographers? Check out our video review and read this article to find out.
Fstoppers Reviews 3rd Party Nikon D800 Battery Grip
After several months of being out in the market, the price of the Nikon MB-D12 Battery Grip for the D800 has settled down to $400. There are now some knock-off or third-party grips available in the market, including the $101 Pixel Vertax Battery Grip and the $68 Meike Battery Grip.