So the F-Stoppers reviewed and talked about our Honl Photo’s Lighting System. Here is what they have to say: If youâ€™re a regular user of small flashes, you know how overwhelming it can be when it comes time to purchase modifiers for your lights. One of the more popular systems isÂ David Honlâ€™s line of accessories,… Continue reading Honl Photo: Perfect Lighting System for Small Flash Users
There are some camera straps that are offered out there which gives you the flexibility of some swivel action, easy glide about for a quick shoot that tags to your tripod mount. There is the regular system such as plates which helps you attach your camera to your different tripod mounting systems. Question is, there… Continue reading Custom SLR M-Plate: Genius Innovation
Be it for DSLR or Micro four-thirds, camera straps are like life-long companions for our DSLRs. Most of us are quite happy to just settle for the free camera-branded straps they threw along with the package. While these straps may be a good start for newbies, for some of us more experienced ones, what we… Continue reading Custom SLR Camera Straps for your photography needs
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Learning to use your PocketWizard? Or are you new to the wireless trigger thingy and wonder, “Hmm, why should I pay so much for a PocketWizard system?” Â Fstoppers, the insanely informative video site for creative professionals, reviews the PW, demonstrating it’s capabilities, while teaching us a few tricks along the way. VideoÂ after the break
Introduction: Having a ball head dramatically changed the speed and ease of my photography. I was rather stifled by the traditional 3-way pan-and-tilt heads. With the pan-and-tilt head, one had three separate knobs/handles to move in order to get a setup in the right position. With the ball head, thereâ€™s just one knob to loosen… Continue reading Remarkable Engineering: Review on Markins Ballhead M-10
The contemporary meets the avant garde for Louis Vuittonâ€™s latest campaign Louis VuittonÂ is renowned for supporting traditional craftsmanship with their leather goods, as well as embracing the avant garde and modernity, so itâ€™s no surprise that they are championing one of the oldest forms of photography in their recent digital film project: Double Exposure.