Learning to use your PocketWizard? Or are you new to the wireless trigger thingy and wonder, “Hmm, why should I pay so much for a PocketWizard system?” Fstoppers, the insanely informative video site for creative professionals, reviews the PW, demonstrating it’s capabilities, while teaching us a few tricks along the way. Video after the break Continue reading “FStoppers reviews the Pocketwizard Nikon FlexTT5, Mini TT1 and AC3”
Having a ball head dramatically changed the speed and ease of my photography. I was rather stifled by the traditional 3-way pan-and-tilt heads. With the pan-and-tilt head, one had three separate knobs/handles to move in order to get a setup in the right position. With the ball head, there’s just one knob to loosen and with the other hand you can adjust the camera freely in almost any position, tighten the knob and you’re all done. Continue reading “Remarkable Engineering: Review on Markins Ballhead M-10”
We recently got our hands on a Fuji X100 for personal use. It was a long wait, as we knew about the camera even before it’s launch and were already bowled over by it’s good retro looks and it’s 23mm f2 prime. Continue reading “Fuji X100 previewed”
Amazon just launched their USD 199.00 tablet named the Kindle Fire. Aimed at the growing tablet market, Kindle Fire could potentially put a dent into the growing iPad 2 sales, and the upcoming iPad 3. Some say that other Android tablets might be affected too. What do you think?
Will it be sold in Malaysia? Will Tech shops or camera shops be keen to pick it up? Will the current state of credit card fraud in Malaysia cause Amazon not to sell the Kindle Fire to Malaysia? These are question we all ask, and we’ll look into it for you. Continue reading “Amazon’s Kindle Fire launched”
The contemporary meets the avant garde for Louis Vuitton’s latest campaign
Louis Vuitton is renowned for supporting traditional craftsmanship with their leather goods, as well as embracing the avant garde and modernity, so it’s no surprise that they are championing one of the oldest forms of photography in their recent digital film project: Double Exposure. Continue reading “Double Exposure at Louis Vuitton”
A few months ago, some of us decided that some of the camera bags in the market can be a real drag and that we need to find something that we can comfortably use on a casual Saturday evening shoot. Well, guess what? Continue reading “Kelly Moore : A Quest For Style, Functionality and Fun”