Aug 27 2012
Nissin, a japanese manufacturer of hot-shoe flashes, has announced that its new MG8000 Extreme flash would be introduced to the market in October 2012. Therefore, it is likely that the official introduction of the flash will be done late September at Photokina 2012 fair... Nissin MG8000 Extreme features the unique flash head that utilizes a quartz tube...
Aug 24 2012
Not long ago, we have reviewed Promaster Duolight 250 Hybrid Lighting System that delivers qualities of a studio strobe, hot-shoe flash, and video LED light in a single unit. Promaster also offers an accessory kit for Duolight 250, which we review below. Additionally, we go through some of the third-party light modifiers...
Aug 21 2012
LumoPro has recently released an ultra-compact background light stand (LP734) designed for maximum portability when shooting on location or in studio. According to LumoPro team, the engineers spent weeks of testing and tweaking to make...
Aug 14 2012
The new Canon Speedlite 600EX-RT gains more and more popularity among photographers word wide. It offers a lot of improvements over its predecessor, but it also priced higher. In this post, we summarize all the differences between Speedlite 600EX-RT and Speedlite 580EX II in a form of a compact list...
Jul 30 2012
Not long ago, Joe Demb introduced his Pop-Up Flip-it! light modifier for pop-up flashes of today's cameras. We believe that it is one of the best solutions of this kind on the market today... To fit virtually any brand of the DSLR world plus some mirrorless cameras, such as Olympus OMD and Sony NEX, Joe now offers...
Jul 28 2012
Reflectors can be a great help for photographers shooting in a studio or on location. They help fill in the shadows or can even be the main light source when redirecting the light from powerful sources like the sun... In this article, we review a Light Panel Set from LumoPro, an established manufacturer of lighting gear.
Jul 23 2012
Duolight 250 is a new innovative lighting solution from Promaster. It is a hybrid system that can serve as a studio strobe, a manual hot shoe flash, and a continuous light source for video recording...
Jun 26 2012
Shooting portraits can be quite a challenging task. There are a lot of things involved: interaction with the people being photographed, various types of equipment, specifics of the location, and so on. Whether you are a working professional or just want to take photos of your family, the tips I share here are good to keep in mind to achieve better results every time...
Jun 26 2012
ExpoImaging, Inc., the creator and manufacturer of Rogue Photographic product line including versatile FlashBender light modifiers, has just launched three different lighting kits. With a kit of your choice, you save about 10 percent compared to if you buy the same accessories separately...
Jun 19 2012
I've been doing a bit of research to help a friend find a deal on a new camera for the summer. He is definitely a camera newbie and isn't sure if he wants to step up to a digital SLR or just upgrade his point-and-shoot. While he's excited for a new camera, he'd have no problem buying last year's model to save a few bucks. Since most camera models usually just seeing minor updates each year...
Jun 05 2012
As the summer season rapidly approaches, many people become interested in taking pictures of fireworks. There are many opportunities to do this, from sporting events to fairs and, of course, Independence Day. You may be wondering if your camera is capable of doing fireworks pictures...
Jun 01 2012
Loving photography and being a big Android fan, I have to share my absolute favorite photography app: Camera Zoom FX. Historically, you could always find a Canon Elph in my pocket, whenever I was at any gathering, party, event, or any situation where some quick snapshots were needed to save the memories...


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