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Nikon D300 – My week to review

Thanks to the very fantastic ProPhotoRental for accommodating my ever shifting schedule while I reviewed the Nikon D300.  I mentioned that my reviews will not be the traditional compare and contrast so if you would like to know more about my experience take it to the comments.   If you’re looking for the traditional I checked out […]

Frontier Label – Advert

Does your business need labels to apply to products? Want to find the easiest process for applying the label? Then why not look into labels that are stickers. This type of label can be stuck right onto your product and makes it quick and easy for either human or machine to apply. A leading company […]

How to Review Photo Equipment

One of my biggest irritations (and I know that many of you feel the same way) is when you share some of your photographs and people say “You must have a great camera” and while a great camera helps it’s not a magic wand. Having said that good equipment doesn’t hurt. What makes a good […]

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 […]

Catalog Printing Online – Review

I came across PSPrint.com in my search for a one-stop shop for online printing. I was beginning to get overwhelmed with all of the options, and I was feeling very uncertain about pricing and quality. Once I came across PSPrint.com, though, I felt much more at ease about this venture! PSPrint.com makes online printing fun […]

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 […]

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 […]

Review: The Digital Photography Companion

Disclaimer: O’Reilly sent us a copy of The Digital Photography Companion by Derrick Story for review a few weeks ago and they also provided two extra copies to raffle off to our readers, but this is not a paid review. This is our honest editorial opinion. There are a lot of photography books aimed at […]

The Crumpler 7 Million Dollar Home Review

We needed a new camera bag so the whole camera bouncing off the asphalt would never happen again. Like we mentioned in that post, I was leaning more towards the Lowepro Slingshot 200 AW. The comments were very enthusiastic reviews about it. We saw it and really liked it, but decided it’s a bit on […]

Canon EF-S 55-250mm Lens Review

We first heard of this lens during one of our visits to our local Canon shop. We were just browsing through their list of lenses when we found the EF-S 55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS. We were surprised that it cost just under $300 considering its maximum focal length and the fact that it had Image Stabilization. […]