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Friday, December 23, 2011

Cactus AF 50







The Cactus AF 50 is the latest TTL flash unit from Gadget Infinity. This unit has many advanced features that are normally only found in manufacturer specific flashes. It comes in five versions: Nikon, Canon, Olympus / Panasonic, Pentax and Sony Alpha / Minolta.

The AF 50 in general has a very solid feel to it and is about the same size as a Nikon SB600. On the front of the flash is the slave sensor and an auto focus assist red light. The battery compartment is on one side with the wireless sensor on the opposite. The unit also has a built in diffuser and bounce card. One of the more interesting physical feature is the mounting foot. It has a push to lock fastener that does a great job of keeping the flash firmly locked into place.

The flash head has the ability to both bounce ( 0-90 degrees ) and swivel 180 degrees one direction and 120 degrees the other.

Monday, December 19, 2011

Pixel Opas

Did I just find my perfect trigger?


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Ray Flash Review


Ring flashes give you a very distinctive form of light and shadow characterized by the lack of shadow on the subject. Ring flashes were initially used for macro and dental photography because they gave even illumination. The ring flash does this by surrounding the lens with the light emitting flash head.

Friday, December 16, 2011

Thursday, December 15, 2011

Help fund Unknown Photographer



I think that this is a fantastic idea and everyone should help out to make season two happen.

Unknown Photographer is about discovering the burning passion that lives inside all of us around every corner of the world! We are going to travel the globe uniting people and places through one universal language: the power of photography.

Check out this video and then go to Unknown Photographer's Kickstarter page and make a donation.

Wednesday, December 7, 2011

The SmugMug Solution

 




SmugMug is a complete solution for photographers. They offer everything that you would need, from an online portfolio website, to password protected galleries for clients to proof and order prints from. SmugMug is easy to use and easy to customize for both the photographer and their clients.