Flash & Accessories

Extensive lighting possibilities with a single flash
By David Willis
Modern flashes are extremely versatile, thanks to their compact size and relatively low power consumption in comparison to studio lights, alongside amazing features like wireless control over flash functions, a variety of lighting modes for a variety of lighting effects and automatic TTL (through-the-lens) synchronization of exposure even at long…

Essential Accessories

Figuring out the right camera and lens probably takes up most of the time you spend thinking about gear.
By The Editors
Figuring out the right camera and lens probably takes up most of the time you spend thinking about gear. But the smaller stuff, like a fast memory card, special-effects filter or cleaning gadget, often can make the time you spend shooting more productive—and even just more fun. B-GRIP An alternative…

Desktop Photo Printers

Before you make a printer purchase, here's what you need to know about the technology that makes beautiful desktop prints a reality.
By William Sawalich
If you're like a lot of photographers, you have a high-quality DSLR and at least a few great lenses. You've spent time and money honing your craft, and you have the skills to produce an outstanding photograph. Maybe you're even a little bit of a tech geek about megapixels or…

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…

Camera Supports

Using the right support system can make all the difference between a blurry and a sharp photo or shaky and smooth video clips.
By Kim Castleberry
Using the right support system can make all the difference between a blurry and a sharp photo or shaky and smooth video clips. The key factor is figuring out what kind of shooting you like to do the most and then choosing the most appropriate option. Whether it's a tripod…

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…
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