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  • Category Archives Photo Gear

    We’ve snagged the first killer “this weekend only” deal of the year—this time from Expo Imaging (the same people who bring you ExpoDisc) on their Ray Flash ring flash adapter (here's the link to learn more about Ray Flash). Here’s the deal: For this weekend only, they are offering you (the readers of my blog), 15% OFF a Ray Flash which turns your regular Nikon or Canon flash into a ring flash, so that takes the price down to $169.95 (from its normal street price of $199.95). When you place your order, you have to use this Promo Code to get the special discount: Promo Code: KELBYXMAS I've used the Ray Flash myself (in fact, I talked about it in Volume 3 of my Digital Photography Book), and it really does a pretty amazing job of giving you the ring flash look without the…

    Hi everybody. Welcome back, and I hope you guys had an awesome Christmas!!!! If you're wondering about the camera gear I got for Christmas, well.... here's the thing: I didn't get any. None. Zippo. Zilch! I must be really hard to buy for when it comes to camera gear, because most everybody got me guitar gear instead (my buddy Dave got me a new practice amp for the house, my wife got me a guitar, and my buddy Rod got me a Guitar Center gift card, and I loved 'em all!!!). :) My kids had a ball, and their enthusiasm, gratefulness and overall Christmas spirit really made it a very special time for all of us. But let's hear about you guys---what cool stuff did you get for Christmas? Did Santa bring you any cool lenses or bodies, or accessories? (I know Christmas is…

    Picking up where Part One left off, and just barely in time for the Holidays, here's "Scott's Gonzo Holiday Gear Guide, Part 2" chock full of more cool Holiday gear (featuring stuff I couldn't fit in the printed version, which appeared as the December cover story in Photoshop User magazine). Epson Photo Paper This is one of those gifts that every photographer is tickled to get because it's they're always either running out of photo-quality paper, or they're really careful about rationing it, because they're relatively expensive. Give them a pack of nice 13x19" photo paper (provided they have an Epson 1900 or 2800, or 2880), and now they have the luxury of printing a few extra sheets without cutting into their stash. Try either a 50-sheet pack of the 13x19" Epson Premium Luster for around $88 at Amazon.com or if this is for…

    I can't take credit for this one----one of my readers, Ed Loziuk, came up with this better way to hang your unframed, unmounted prints (remember when I showed those IKEA shelves in my office where I clip up my prints? Here's the link back to that article). Ed's ideas also comes from your local IKEA store (sadly it's not available for online order), but it's cheaper, thinner, better-looking, and it looks like it's easier to work with all the way around. There are two parts; a thin shelf, and custom-made clips. Here's how Ed describes them: "Ikea's kitchen department sells the "Asker" display rail (48" & 24") and clips for very reasonable prices. It takes about 5 minutes to put in a couple of screws and mount the rail and clips. The best thing is that it only sticks out about 3/4" from the…

    That's right folks, I thought I'd use this Holiday week as a kick-off for my releasing my Fourth Annual Gonzo Holiday Gear Guide (well, that and the fact that it's the cover story on the current issue of Photoshop User magazine which most NAPP members already received in the mail). Anyway, it's here and this year I tried to include lots of affordable gear (which isn't as easy task when it comes to gear), but don't worry---I did keep a few items in there for the rich doctor or personal injury attorney on your Holiday Gift List. NOTE: I named this Part 1, so I can add some extra Part Two stuff that we didn't have room to fit in the printed magazine edition of the Gift Guide. Look for Part 2 next week. I really wanted to make this year’s guide my most…

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