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Field Review: Think Tank International Airport Roller V2 (Day 3)

In this blog post, we talk about using the Think Tank Airport International camera bag while traveling. Read more at The Phoblographer....
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Field Review: Think Tank Airport Roller V2 (Day 2)

In this blog post, we review the Think Tank International Airport Roller. Read more at The Phoblographer....
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First Impressions: Vanguard Alta Pro

In this blog post, we have our first impressions of the Vanguard Alta Pro 263 AGH tripod kit. Read more at The Phoblographer....
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Shooting a Reflected Portrait Using Your Surroundings

In this blog post, we tell you how to shoot a portrait using reflected light. Read more at The Phoblographer....
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PiRAWnha: RAW image editor for iPad

In this blog post, we talk about editing RAW files on an iPad with piRAWnha. Read more at The Phoblographer....
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First Impressions: Think Tank Airport International v2

First impressions of the Think Tank Airport International v2. Read more at The Phoblographer....
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Field Review: Canon EOS 60D (Day 3)

In this blog post, the Canon 60D is used for nature photography. Read more at The Phoblographer....
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App Review: Perfectly Clear HD for the iPad

In this blog we, we demo correcting images on the iPad with Perfectly Clear HD. Read more at The Phoblographer....
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Shooting Supercross: From Lens to The Monitor

In this blog post, we discuss tips for shooting supercross motorcycle sport action. Read more at The Phoblographer....
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Field Review: Canon 60D (Day 2)

Canon the Canon 60D capture a speeding Kawasaki ZX-10R motorcycle? Read more at the Phoblographer....
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Field Review: Canon EOS 60D (Day 1)

In this blog post, we start the Canon 60D review. Read more at The Phoblographer....
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Get $100 off Adobe Lightroom

Get $100 off Adobe Lightroom....
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Short Break Shooting: Ditching the DSLR for Travel Photography

Consider some lighter gear for travel and holidays. Read more at The Phoblographer....
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Apple Reduces Aperture 3 price in Mac App Store to $79

Apple drops price of Aperture 3....
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Shooting Lights at Night

In this blog post, we edit a photo to save the highlights and shadows. Read more at ThePhoblographer....
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A Photographer's Wishes for the iPad 2

What ThePhoblographer wants in the next iteration of the Apple iPad....
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Review: Think Tank Wired Up 20

The Think Tank Multi Media Wired Up 20 is a versatile, voluminous belt bag well suited to stills and DSLR video shooting....
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Last Minute Gifts for Photographers

In this blog post, we list a number of Christmas gifts for photographers. Read more at ThePhoblographer....
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Field Review: Cotton CarryLite (Day 2)

A working photographer’s first-day review of the Cotton CarryLite camera belt....
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Should You Consider Secondhand Photography Gear?

Back in the dim dark ages otherwise known as the 20th century, I bought a lot of second-hand camera gear. New gear was expensive and I preferred to spend my meagre income on film and processing rather than equipment. I also convinced myself a camera was a dark box to hold film and a good lens was a good lens, regardless if someone had used it before me....
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Field Review: Cotton Carry-Lite (Day 1)

The camera strap has been with us a long, long time, but carrying heavy cameras on it is a relatively new phenomenon. Back in the day heavy cameras were invariably used on tripods, and only lightweight cameras used hand-held. These days we seem to carry a ton of gear: Cotton Carrier is building camera carrying systems to take away that strain, and also provide better security for your gear against inadvertent drops and slips....
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The Dark Art of Metering

Light metering is one of the black arts of photography: one of those mysterious skills possessed only by the elite of the photographers who understand the yin and yang of light and shade…or at least that’s what some would have you believe. It’s simply not true, and the basics of light metering are pretty simple....
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