Gear

GNARBOX Feature

In recent years, we have seen more and more cameras coming with dual memory card slots. Some even have two identical slots to make life easy.

If you are shooting irreplaceable images, such as at a wedding, on a trip, or at other one-time events, having a second copy of your photos gives peace of mind to those concerned about memory card loss, theft, or a card going bad.

See the full article for tips on how you can back up and edit your images using GNARBOX, without having to lug around a laptop or depend solely on memory cards.

Product Photography: Part 2

Product photography concepts are consistent regardless of the product, so what you learn here can be applied to any item.

In Part 1 of this tutorial, we left off with the shoot workflow and a promise to dig further into the gear used to make product photography work for you.

Product Photography Part 1

Product photography concepts are consistent, regardless of the product. In product photography, lighting is everything. The light defines the image.
Control your light by defining it yourself. You want shadows and textures and direction to create dimensionality.

Beauty Dish

In this article, we are going to look at a key light shaper for anyone shooting portraits; the beauty dish.

The beauty dish takes the strengths of both hard light shapers and soft light shapers and brings them together in what is going to be a very unique look.

Canon EOS M5 Tonal Range

In our first article, we looked at the EOS M family at a high level and concluded that the EOS M family—from a function and image-quality perspective—is not only competitive with other mirrorless cameras, but also with modern DSLR cameras. In Part Two, we will take a closer look at some of the M Series bodies.