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…

Camera Supports

By Ashley Myers-Turner
For tack-sharp images, using the right camera support is the ultimate answer. Whether you need an ultracompact and portable tripod for location shoots, a hi-hat for unique spaces or a studio stand ready to hold and tether your computer, there's a support solution to match your requirements. Here are some…

Fine-Art Printers

By William Sawalich
In a world dominated by digital image files and social-media sharing, the physical photographic print is rarer—and more impressive—than ever. If you're going to print your work (which you should), pro-caliber inkjet printers are worth the investment. They deliver the best combination of high image quality, efficiency and low per-print…

External Storage

By Wes Pitts
Maintaining multiple copies of your photos is the only sure way to safeguard your image collection. Longtime readers know I lost several hundred photos back when digital imaging was new and I didn't know any better. (Yes, even brand-new, top-of-the-line computers can suffer a hard drive failure.) Even with the…

On-Camera Lighting

Accessories and light modifiers for controlling speedlight flashes and adding photographic effects
By David Willis
Camera flashes are highly directional light sources. This means that the burst of light is coming from a single light source, the bulb, resulting in an uneven style of lighting with a brightly lit subject in the foreground and a lot of heavy shadows surrounding the subject. This effect is…

Off-Camera Lighting

Monolight and strobe options for powerful studio lighting capabilities
By David Willis
Monolight and strobe options for powerful studio lighting capabilitiesFor freezing action, creating exciting motion effects or achieving fast shutter speeds and extended depth of field, monolights and strobes are lighting systems that are portable enough for field work and bright enough for work in the studio. Monolights are generally thought…
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