On Photo Gear

  • Holiday Gear Guide 2010

    Nov 15th, 2010  |  71 Comments

    Hi gang, and welcome to the online version of my 5th Annual Holiday Gear Guide (the printed version appears in Photoshop User magazine, which is just hitting NAPP members’ mailboxes this week). If you’ve been a faithful reader of this gear guide for the past four years, you’ve probably noticed a subtle change in theContinue…

  • 4,000+ Shots Per Card. Sweet!!!

    Sep 14th, 2010  |  51 Comments

    When I shot the LSU vs. North Carolina football game last week, I wanted to take my new 32-gig Lexar Professional 600X high-speed UDMA memory card out, and when I popped it in the camera, I have to tell you—my jaw dropped when I looked at the LCD readout on the top of my NikonContinue…

  • I Finally Have an iPad App! Photo Recipes Live is here!

    Jul 16th, 2010  |  59 Comments

    My bestselling Book/DVD combo: Photo Recipes Live: Behind the Scenes Lighting Techniques, is now available as both an iPad and iPhone App from the iTunes Store. The cool thing is: the App is only $9.95, and includes all the same videos and content. One of the reviewers on iTunes wrote this about the App: “HisContinue…

  • Canon 7D and Nikon D300s Up For Grabs from Lexar Media

    Jul 6th, 2010  |  20 Comments

    First, ya gotta know, there’s a photo involved, but it’s not a photo competition—so anyone can win. Here’s the scoop: For the month of July, Lexar Media is holding a ““Take the Next Shot” Sweepstakes, and the winner gets their choice of either a Nikon D300s or a Canon 7D, along with a Lens andContinue…

  • Cool New Tool for Shaping Light For Off-Camera Flash Users

    Jun 4th, 2010  |  11 Comments

    These things are awesome! They’re called “Rogue FlashBenders” and they help you control and shape the light from your off-camera flash. Of course this isn’t the first product to do this (I’ve been using the Honl Light Shaping tools for a few years, and liked them a lot), but these new FlashBenders (from Expo Imaging—theContinue…

  • So What Happens to the Epson P-7000 as Photo Backup Device?

    May 24th, 2010  |  113 Comments

    I love my Epson P-7000 Multimedia viewer. I had a P-5000 before it, and P-3000 before that, and it’s been my go-to in-field photo back-up device for years now. It travels with me for every location shoot. But now so does my Apple iPad, and it now Apple has a camera connection kit for it,Continue…

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