Photography Tips Blog
Paul C. Buff Einstein 640 in-depth flash duration test: Action v.s constant color mode You know, I really like Paul C Buff stuff, I was using his monolights from a beginning of my studio photography. Last summer I’ve got my first pair of Einstein 640 strobes and was
Einstein 640 V2 in-studio flash duration test: Hi-speed strobe was never affordable like this. I was waiting for this monolight for a long time, and eventually got it few days ago. Talking about latest Paul C. Buff invention (intervention to hi-speed strobes market?
Do you really need an expensive DSLR camera? Point-and-shoot vs professional DSLR Just how important are the camera and lens for a photographer? This is our bread and butter. All our work depends on it. A good camera and a high quality lens can do wonders in the right
Hasselblad H4D-50 against Canon 1Ds MarkIII: what do we get for the money? I had a great opportunity to test-drive a new Hasselbald H4d camera with its huge 50 Megapixel digital back, thank to John Williams from Hotwire-digital.com.
Food photographer in Atlanta: chicken wings, photographer, stylist and a sauce:-) Last week I had a great opportunity to work on a very interesting project: a food photoshoot for Jante Glen and his Wing City2City Take-Out Restaurant. Jante has this great idea
DIY portable power system for Paul C. Buff monolights: Vagabond III? I rarely shoot on locations, always feel more comfortable working in the studio. In most cases there is a power outlets on location, I had only a few where it was too far from the lights
Art Reproduction Photography: lighting the masterpiece Recently I have a very interesting experience working for Janis Wilson Hughes, shooting her sculptures for an exhibition. It was interesting because I did not shoot art pieces before, most of my photography
Lens and lights for super macro photography: Surgery on a shooting table Do you know what surgical forcep is? According to Wikipedia: “Forceps are used when fingers are too large to grasp small objects or when many objects need to be held at one time
Digital Camera buying guide: What is good to know before buying one I was asked many times what camera and/or lens I would recommend to buy in given price range, so I’ve decided to answer this question on my blog, next time I can direct people to this article.
The beauty of glass and aluminum: working on location Last week I had this nice assignment: on-location shoot for Vieler International LP (www.vieler.com). The company was established in 1913, now 3rd generation 100% family-owned business, specializing
Pentax 40MP 645D medium format DSLR announced Pentax? I almost forgot that they are exists, was never looking at their 35mm DSLR cameras, knowing that there was nothing for me as a professional shooter. On other hand, my older friends in photography were talking about
In studio test: Hasselblad H3D-31 v.s Canon 1Ds Mark III mounted on large format camera I had an opportunity ( many thanks to John Williams from Hotwire Digital) to play with this beast, Hasselblad H3D -31 few month ago, eventually got time to write this short review