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The Shutter Sisters’ Great Gear Guide

Handpicked Cameras, lenses and accessories
By Staff
Gathering an arsenal of the right camera equipment is important to all photographers—hobbyists, amateurs and pros alike. But what's included in each collection is as diverse and unique as the perspectives of those photographers. In other words, no two camera bags are alike. No one knows that quite like the…

Ready To Roam

Bags, gear and accessories to travel light without sacrificing photo capability
By Wes Pitts
Travel light and be prepared. These are the keys to enjoying photography away from home. Whether your destination is across the country or around the globe, having the right mix of photo gear helps ensure you'll return with awesome images. Here are some ideas for equipment and accessories to get…

Pop-Up Studio

Build a kit of essential gear for shooting on location
By Wes Pitts
What does it take to get pro results practically anywhere? This on-location shooting guide covers all the bases for shooting outdoors, at events or in your subject's home or office. Much of this gear also is useful for creating an instant studio at home. Harbor Digital Design's Ultimate Light Box…

Power To Go

When I first started my career as a photographer, many of my assignments required weeks in the field.
Text & Photography By Tom Bol
When I first started my career as a photographer, many of my assignments required weeks in the field. And when I say "field," think remote tropical beaches or high Arctic wilderness in Alaska. Since I was using film cameras, all I needed was a big bag of AA batteries, and…

Accessories

By Ashley Myers-Turner
Billingham L2 Bag BAGS, CASES & STRAPS Crafted from Stormblocker dual laminate waterproof canvas with a solid brass clog bolt and harness locking system, the Billingham L2 Bag holds a small SLR with an attached lens, two additional lenses, flash and accessories. The quick-fold top allows for access to your…

Tools For Video

By David Willis
With amazingly shallow depth of field, price points that make filmmaking affordable and camera bodies far smaller than camcorders, video-capable DSLRs have changed the world of video forever. Video capabilities were added to still cameras almost as an afterthought, so while the video quality in still cameras continues to get…
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