Posts tagged Photography
Peak Design CaptureLENS

It's no surprise that Peak Design has made it once again to my personal kit selection, they seem to be targeting areas that have the potential to make significant differences in wedding photography and photojournalist workflows.  Last time however, I was forced to give one of their products less than stellar reviews.  How does the CaptureLENS hold up in my opinion?  Let's take a look!

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Datacolor Spyder5 PRO Monitor Calibrator

When monitors age the colours they display change, sometimes dramatically.  As a professional you need to ensure that your final images reflect your intended colours, both on screen and in print, and calibration is one of the most critical steps to take.  Here's a review on an industry leader, the Spyder5 Pro.

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Sandisk Extreme and Extreme Pro Memory Cards

Today we're looking at an accessory that nobody can function without: memory cards.  If you've ever had one fail on you at a critical time, you can attest to just how much we all rely on them.  For many of us (thankfully) this has never been an issue, but those of us who have will gladly tell you to cover your butt and invest wisely.  So how do Sandisk's professional lines hold up?

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Wacom Intuos Pro Medium Digital Tablet

Anyone who has ever edited over 300 photos in a single sitting understands the value of maximizing efficiency in post processing. Utilized as a non-graphic design tool it's got some amazing potential, but how does it hold up when the rubber meets the road as a wedding photographer and military photojournalist?

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Everyday Messenger - Peak Design

You've got to be able to carry your gear, so you need something that works well.  Plus in the wedding industry image is critical.  How does the much lauded Everyday Messenger hold up in this photographer's opinion?  Let's take a look.

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