Rolling Stone Contributing Photographer Drew Gurian on the Leica M9
Drew Gurian is a music and portrait photographer based in New York City. Learn why he chooses the M9 for his work.
Immerse Yourself: An Interview with Night & Light Painting Photographer Troy Paiva
Troy Paiva's light-painted night photography of abandoned places has made its way to Stephen King book covers, Hot Rod Magazine, and CNN. Learn more about this intriguing artist an
Tips for Setting Up Your Kino Flo BarFly
The Kino Flo BarFly 200D and BarFly 400D are professional continuous lighting systems that can be tricky to set up. Here are some important tips.
Multiple Flash Firing with Nikon’s Advanced Wireless Lighting System Using Pop-up Flash
Learn to control your off-camera Nikon flashes using your on-camera flash. Topics I'll cover: Setting Commander Mode for your Nikon camera, assigning multiple flashes to groups A a
Transitioning from Point-and-Shoot to DSLR: Understanding Full Frame vs Crop Frame Sensors
Senor size affects angle of view, depth of field, what lenses to use, and more. Learn the difference between APS-C and Full Frame.
Lighting and Photographing White Seamless Background Headshots
Businesses, theaters, and schools all need professional headshots taken for their websites and a perfectly white backdrop with soft, even lighting is often requested. Here is how I
Kodak’s First Canon-based DSLR: A 1.3 Megapixel Slice of Photographic History
Learn more about the EOS-DCS 3, Kodak's very first Canon-based digital SLR – a 1.3 megapixel, no-LCD, nearly 4-pound behemoth that cost around $16,000!
Metabones Canon EF to Sony NEX Speed Booster Adds Full Frame Versatility in the Crop Sensor Video World
Learn more about how this adapter can widen your lenses and give you an extra f-stop for a full frame effect on cropped sensors.
The Canon MP-E 65mm Macro Puts the Microscopic Within Reach
The MP-E is more than a macro lens – it is a portable microscope with the ability to fill an entire 35mm frame with the texture of something as small as a grain of rice. Explore
Wireless Flash Firing for a DIY Photobooth
Learn how to put together a photobooth for a small space using flashes and Pocket Wizards for wireless lighting and remote shutter triggering.