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Camera Bag Review

When I first purchased my Digital SLR I bought the Nikon Digital & Film SLR System Case Gadget Bag for D300, D200, D100, D80, D70s, D70, D50, D40x, D40, N55, N65, N75, N80, N90s & F100 because it fit everything that I purchased: The Camera Body, the two lenses, the extra battery, cleaning kit and SD […]

Reflectors Revisited

Way back in September Jeff had gone over the benefits and uses of Reflectors and while I’d been thinking about purchasing them for a while I was hemming and hawing about which size I needed and if I would actually use the reflectors as intended.  I bit the bullet last week though and I ended up […]

My Camera was Stolen

That’s the title of my most common dream:  My camera was stolen.  If you’re not someone who can remember their dreams this paragraph can just be skipped.  I remember dreams in vivid detail.  Sometimes when I dream I’m certain that the events of that dream actually happened.  To the point that I start talking about […]

Renting Camera Equipment

I’m in the market for a Digital SLR, what should I buy?   THAT is the #1 most frequently asked question these days.  Everyone wants to know.  WHAT SHOULD I BUY?  No really, what should I buy.  Don’t hold back.  Just tell me. TELL ME.  Here’s the thing about getting started with Digital Photography you […]

SD Cards

If you’re using a digital camera then you’re familiar with the SD cards that are out there today.  The selection is really something else, during one trip to staples I counted over 12 brands and about 85 different cards.  I was overwhelmed to say the least.  I searched online and through about twenty different sites […]

Spatial Relationships and Distortion

We all know that the main difference between a wide angle lens and a telephoto lens is the angle of view. Compared to a wide angle lens, telephoto lenses have a much smaller or tighter field of view which means that it can only capture a small part of a scene. Another difference between the […]

Review: The Canon Digital Rebel XSi/450D Companion

There are a lot of guide books on the market for different camera models. I personally find these books to be just glorified versions of the manual that comes with the camera. Unless you’re really new to photography and can’t distinguish between a shutter and function button, you’re really just wasting your money with these […]

Nikon D3x Rumors

December 1 UPDATE: Nikon D3x is officially announced. Found out about it on Photography Bay. See the D3x micro site. Price is $8,000. This definitely takes the WTF of the week.UPDATE: Official Nikon D3x specs are out! See Nikon Rumors. We’re very surprised by the 6400 maximum ISO, I have to say. Sometime yesterday, the […]

Holiday Gift Ideas for Photographers, All Under $100

It’s that time of the year again. I don’t know if I’m going to enjoy Christmas shopping as much this year what with the state of my wallet Oh, who am I kidding. I live for this shit. Below are relatively cheap gift ideas for your photography-inclined loved ones. Nikon Lens Pen Pro Kit$19.21We love […]

Review: Cactus Wireless Flash Trigger V2s

One of the least expensive ways to get started with off-camera flash photography is by using the Cactus Wireless Triggers. The Cactus is also referred to as the Ebay trigger since this is where it first caught the attention of photographers all over the world. This wireless RF flash trigger is distributed by Gadget Infinity […]