When colors absolutely must be perfect (we’re looking at you, commercial and portrait photographers), a calibration system is a must. In this article, we’ll introduce you to the Datacolor SpyderCHECKR Pro system, which includes the SpyderCUBE white balancing tool. We’ve give you a brief overview of the system, discuss the process and use, plus we’ll analyze the design and results of the system.
The Lightscoop system is a simple and effective bounce device designed to improve the quality of the light from your on-camera flash. In this review, we put two versions – the Lightscoop Deluxe and the Lightscoop Jr – to the test.
In this candid editorial, we explore the state of the photography industry for amateurs and professionals. Where are we headed? What are the trends? We’ll cover it all.
Color management of your monitor is a must. In this review, we introduce you to the Spyder 4 system from Datacolor, which is one of the most dependable systems on the market.
Technology improvements are great. But there are a few features – which used to be standard – that we miss in our modern cameras. Here’s our list of those missed features, plus a few that we are glad disappeared.
From Clik Elite, the makers of high adventure bags, comes a new classic line and this new Tropfen backpack. It’s unique design will win the hearts of many, but will it live up to the expectations of the brand?
With the introduction of their new 35mm F1.4, Sigma has raised the bar. In our hands-on review, we explore it’s capabilities and evaluate the results.
The WonderBurst HSS8000 is a basic entry-level radio triggers for cameras and flashes. In our in-depth review, we evaluate if they will stand up to the competition.
Sigma Global Vision is the brand’s new initiative and restructuring of its lens lineup. But is it just a marketing ploy? We think not. After digging deep into the press releases and the product descriptions, we think the initiative will blow your mind.
Crumpler has a lot of fans, and for good reason. Their bags are among the most innovative on the market and built with quality. Simon takes the Mild Enthusiast (Medium) for a spin to see if it holds up to the hype. Read on to see our in-depth review.