- May/June 2013
Pro Light With Flash Modifiers
Use these key accessories to refine the output of your portable speedlights
Modern on-camera flashes are so powerful that many photographers are looking at them as a primary light source, and not just for events.
When you want to travel light, these lenses offer extreme range
All-in-one zooms—those that go from wide-angle to medium telephoto—are quite versatile.
Toolbox: Go Wireless!
Gear and technologies that open new creative possibilities and let you do more away from home
Photography has always been a relatively mobile art form—even a view camera on a tripod is less burdensome than the tools of the painter or sculptor.
A Perspective Least Expected
Look for new ways to compose everyday subjects
Early on in my career as a photographer, I found certain things that I most enjoyed about the job.
Get With The Program!
Use your camera’s automatic modes like a pro
The fact is, most professional photographers use some form of automatic settings for the majority of their work.
Passion For Color
Learn to use color deliberately to evoke emotion and deepen the narrative of your images
I love color. I seek it out, and fill my frame with as much as possible. It's a continual and consistent theme in my work.
The Garage Studio
Gear and techniques to transform any small space into a studio
I remember walking into Bathhouse Studios in New York for the first time.
How time-lapse photography led to turning stacks of frames into a single image
During my studies for my Graphic Design diploma, Photography 101 was a required course, and that was the start of my passion for photography.
Some quick fixes and tips for making beautiful images of moving water
This Quick Fix installment is a bit different from my past columns.
Adobe Photoshop Elements 11
The latest generation of the popular photo organizing and editing program adds to its versatility and power
For some photographers, Photoshop is an essential part of their workflow.