Tamron 85mm 1.8 Released Early, TH Swiss Releases High-End New Lens Line, & Vivian Maier Is Now On Netflix [Daily Round-Up]
Two new lenses including the world’s first 85 1.8 with stabilization, and something to watch to inspire you.
Styling & Makeup Pieces Every Photographer Should Carry To Make You A Client’s Hero | 2
Knowing these tips and having these few products can improve your photography for little to no money.
Phase One Has A Big Week With Capture One 9.1 Release & XF Update + Free Trial Counter Reset
Capture One 9.1 is going to be even more attractive to photographers everywhere, and Phase One XF just got even more intense.
Lightroom’s Dark Knight | The Transformative Alt/Opt Key [Part 2]
If the functionality of this key were to be removed, many including myself, would write hate mail to Adobe and delete LR.
PocketWizard Re-Emerges With The Release Of The Better, Newer, Plus IV
Everything about this looks promising, and PWs are clearly gunning for your attention. They may also, deserve it.
PowerSync 16-80 Digital Transceiver Review | Impact Does Good On Their Name
When a company is trying to stake out sure footing as a contender in a market dominated by one, we, the users reap the benefit.
Culling Is Critical & Lightroom Is The Tool To Do It With (If You Know How)
Culling properly can save time, your mind, retain clients, get them to spend more possibly, and help you see what your best work is.
Chromatic Aberration Be Damned | Easy Fix For Stubborn CA
This is probably the easiest way I’ve seen for removing stubborn CA , and there are many times those Lightroom sliders do more harm than good.
Neutral Density Filters Aren’t So Neutral At Anything Else
Neutral density isn’t so neutral after all, but we still need them. Here’s a look at how some of the popular ones compare to each other.
Styling & Makeup Pieces Every Photographer Should Carry That Make You A Client’s Hero
Most of this applies to either men or women, and helps building trust, credibility, and thus to bring out the best images between photographer and subject.
Nikon 200mm f/2 vs. the 70-200mm f/2.8 | Matt Granger
It’s certainly lust-worthy, but you decide if it’s worth the price.