Studio Strobes

Monolights for premium studio light
By David Willis
When people refer to a monolight or a strobe, they're talking about a light that produces a short, but very powerful burst of light for illuminating a scene or a subject and, when used to their maximum abilities, for freezing the actions of a subject or achieving high levels of…

Continuous Lights For Still & Video

Constant lighting solutions, from traditional fixtures to new led systems
By David Willis
Continuous lighting solutions have seen a lot more attention over the last few years thanks to the need for a constant light source that will provide illumination for both stills and video. Traditionally based on tungsten, halogen and fluorescent bulbs, the advantage of continuous lights for still shooting is that…

Tablets

Remember that unwieldy seven-pound laptop you used to haul with you as part of your photo gear?
By Wes Pitts
Remember that unwieldy seven-pound laptop you used to haul with you as part of your photo gear? What? You say you still do? It's time you considered a tablet! There are a lot of tablet options out there, some more or less adept as a true photographer's companion—we have limited…

Storage Solutions

A smart photo-backup strategy is one of the best investments you can make.
By Wes Pitts
A smart photo-backup strategy is one of the best investments you can make. We've reached a point where big-capacity storage is very affordable—for a few hundred dollars you can virtually guarantee that your image collection will survive disk crashes and other data disasters. Redundancy of data is the key. The…

Lenses

If you're looking to buy a new lens with the latest optical technology, you're in luck.
By William Sawalich
If you're looking to buy a new lens with the latest optical technology, you're in luck. Manufacturers have spent 2012 introducing many new models from which to choose. Whether you're shopping for an extreme zoom for your mirrorless camera or a superfast wide-angle prime for your DSLR, there's literally something…

Video Microphones

Sound presents unique challenges to both photographers and videographers alike, especially when working with the limited capabilities of a DSLR's built-in microphone system.
By David Willis
Sound presents unique challenges to both photographers and videographers alike, especially when working with the limited capabilities of a DSLR's built-in microphone system. On-camera mics are generally a low-cost, single-channel system that are lacking in professional features like balanced XLR inputs, multiple mic support and manual control over sensitivity and…
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