Profoto Just Expanded Its A1X Support By Adding Fujifilm
Fuji shooters rejoice! The Profoto A1X is finally available for Fujifilm systems
The 5 Dollar Studio – How To Create Great Portraits Anywhere
Capturing an incredible portrait doesn’t always mean you have to have thousands of dollars worth of gear in order to “Get it right” for your clients. Follow along as Gary Friedman shows how you can create a properly lit portrait with just a “5 Dollar Studio” that fits in your backpack.
Save Up To $500 on Sigma Contemporary, Macro, and Art Lenses at Adorama!
Adorama has some pretty impressive deals on Sigma Art, Contemporary, and Macro lenses going on! Don’t miss out on your chance to save on these impressive lenses.
Profoto Unveils the A1X – An Upgraded A1 with More Power, Better Battery, and a Higher Price Tag
As leaders in their industry, Profoto continues to innovate and bring the goods. The new A1X looks a lot like the A1, but it’s even better. Check it out!
The Godox V1 Speedlight: A Budget-Friendly Round Head Flash
Godox has skyrocketed over the last four years with the release of several feature-rich products. Here’s a quick look at the V1.
Platypod Ultra, Max, & Multi Accessory Kit Review | Make Your Camera Gear More Versatile
What is a Platypod? It’s neither plant nor animal, though it does take nomenclature inspiration from the flat-billed mammal who…
Five Accessories & Ways to Mount a Speedlight Without a Light Stand
Working on location, you can find yourself in confined of situations. In the past, I have MacGyvered a few lighting…
How to: Light Outdoor Group Shots With Bare Bulb Flashes
Shooting a large group of people can be a challenge, and lighting that same group outdoors in the middle of…
Orlit | Adorama’s New Lighting Brand with TTL Monolight and Speedlight + Canon RT Built In
In an interesting move, Adorama has introduced a new in-house lighting brand: Orlit, which includes the first monolight to include…
PowerSync 16-80 Digital Transceiver From Impact | Initial Thoughts
Impact’s higher end digital transceiver comes in a third less than its Pocket Wizard counterpart, but seems to offer much the same value. Here’s an introduction to the type, and what I think so far.