Epson SureColor P600

Featuring a new pigment inkset with epson’s densest blacks yet, this may be the ultimate desktop printer for black-and-white
BY Wes Pitts
SPECIFICATIONS Max Width: 13 inches Roll Paper-Compatible: Yes Number Of Inks: 9 Monochrome Inks: 4 Ink Type: Pigment Minimum Droplet Size: 2 picoliters Dimensions (WxDxH): 24.2x32x16.7 inches (trays extended) Estimated Street Price: $799 It has been nearly 20 years since Epson debuted their first desktop photo printer, the Epson Stylus…

2015 Editors’ Choice Awards

Our annual collection of noteworthy gear and technology
By The Editors
HOLDFAST GEAR MONEY MAKER What appeals to me about HoldFast Gear's innovative Money Maker camera-carrying solution isn't simply that you can have up to three cameras at the ready—awesome for event and wedding photographers­—but that you can also attach HoldFast's Explorer Lens Pouch and Indispensable Wallet to carry lenses, memory…

The Shutter Sisters’ Great Gear Guide

Handpicked Cameras, lenses and accessories
By The Shutter Sisters
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…
WESTCOTT OMEGA REFLECTOR A go-to tool for both natural light shooters and speedlight users, the Westcott® Omega Reflector™ utilizes a shoot-through window and multiple reflective surfaces to offer the results of a beauty dish, ring flash and traditional reflector. The Omega Reflector offers a one-stop diffusion panel, white surface for…

Lenses

Although it may be more fun to shop for a new camera, a new lens probably will do more to spark creativity and open new possibilities.
By William Sawalich
Although it may be more fun to shop for a new camera, a new lens probably will do more to spark creativity and open new possibilities. So how do you select the perfect new lens for your photography and camera system? There's a lot to consider when weighing a lens…

Tripods & Supports

A tripod is the most dependable way to gain absolute sharpness in any situation and at any shutter speed
By David Willis
Technologies like image stabilization and high-sensitivity sensors have made it easier to shoot handheld, but they have also made it easy to forget that a tripod is the most dependable way to gain absolute sharpness in any situation and at any shutter speed. Tripods keep the excess noise produced by…
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