Podcast 288 : Camera Straps and Safety Measures

For a while now, I’ve been using the Black Rapid R-Strap and Double Strap when using two cameras, but during my recent Antarctica expedition, the camera body dropped off the lens a few times. Ha... See full article

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Podcast 288 : Camera Straps and Safety Measures

For a while now, I’ve been using the Black Rapid R-Strap and Double Strap when using two cameras, but during my recent Antarctica expedition, the camera body dropped off the lens a few times. Ha... See full article

Article from Martin Bailey Photography

Polaroid GL10 Mobile Instant Printer Available in 10, 9, 8

You knew it was coming. A bazillion of you have been asking and now you are among the first to know: the Polaroid GL10 Mobile Instant Printer that was announced back at CES in January is now available... See full article

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Some Cool New Profoto and Westcott Light Modifiers

I love it when a package arrives from B&H, and today was no exception. When ordering some 24″ rolls of Hahnemuhle Photo Rag a few days ago, I checked my Wish list, and found that the Westcot... See full article

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Battle At F-Stop Ridge

Been a lotta work and mental heavy lifting around here lately. So I’m going low brow on this one and proud of it. You gear heads are gonna love this – camera nerds unite. The Camera Store ... See full article

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Podcast 286 : Camera Review Canon PowerShot S95

About six months ago, I decided that it was time to make my compact digital camera really compact. I traded in my Canon PowerShot G10 for a PowerShot S95. The G10 was a nice camera, but it’s not... See full article

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Podcast 286 : Camera Review Canon PowerShot S95

About six months ago, I decided that it was time to make my compact digital camera really compact. I traded in my Canon PowerShot G10 for a PowerShot S95. The G10 was a nice camera, but it’s not... See full article

Article from Martin Bailey Photography

Some Cool New Profoto and Westcott Light Modifiers

I love it when a package arrives from B&H, and today was no exception. When ordering some 24″ rolls of Hahnemuhle Photo Rag a few days ago, I checked my Wish list, and found that the Westcot... See full article

Article from Martin Bailey Photography

Podcast 285 : Keeping Your Camera Gear Dry with SealLine Dry Bags

Following on from the last video, here’s a look at how I kept my camera bag, and of course that means my camera equipment, dry during our Zodiac rides in the Antarctic recently. You often take w... See full article

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Podcast 285 : Keeping Your Camera Gear Dry with SealLine Dry Bags

Following on from the last video, here’s a look at how I kept my camera bag, and of course that means my camera equipment, dry during our Zodiac rides in the Antarctic recently. You often take w... See full article

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Deconstruct This Photo 4.0 Revealed

Thanks to the hundreds of you who wrote in to take a stab at how the ballet image was made. A handful of you nailed it to varying degrees. Here’s my breakdown of shot: First, this was not a snap... See full article

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Podcast 284 : Keeping Dry in Antarctica with Neos Adventurer Overshoes

This is a short video to show you how I used my Neos Adventurer All Season Overshoes from Outdoor Photo Gear, to keep my legs and feet warm and dry while in Antarctica and the Falkland Islands recentl... See full article

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Podcast 284 : Keeping Dry in Antarctica with Neos Adventurer Overshoes

This is a short video to show you how I used my Neos Adventurer All Season Overshoes from Outdoor Photo Gear, to keep my legs and feed warm and dry while in Antarctica and the Falkland Islands recentl... See full article

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That DAM Travel Gear for Photo & Video

Over the last 4 years I have refined my traveling gear considerably, and it is not very often that I find myself wishing I had something I didn't bring, or carrying stuff I didn't use... See full article

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How to Clean Your Camera Lens Properly (VIDEO)

Cleaning a camera lens is definitely something that every photographer is going to need to do at some point. Doing it properly is imperative if you’re to take perfectly clear images. This great ... See full article

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The Gear You Will Need for Your First Model Shoot

Shooting models lends itself to slightly different equipment than say, a landscape shoot. Here we will explain what you need for your first model shoot and why it will become useful. Photo By Cillia... See full article

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Essential HDSLR Gear: The Rode Stereo Video Mic

[Alrighty gear heads. Erik here with a continuation of the series of posts where I elaborate on the gear that I consider essential for my video job here at CJinc. I previously discussed how the Zauc... See full article

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Diary of a Shoot Followup Ask Your Questions + Snapshots of Carnage

As a followup to my last 9 “Diary of a Shoot” posts where I scribbled the play by play as well as my thoughts each night in a blog post, I thought I’d wrap that up with two things. 1... See full article

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Diary of a Shoot, Day 9 Thats a Wrap!

Up at 4am. Walk out onto my deck in the cold dark air and look up. Stars. It’s on. We’re gonna get this. 5am call time rallies the cast and crew. We’re wheels up at 6am. Convoy of 6 ... See full article

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Diary of a Shoot, Day 7 Rollercoaster Ride

From cloud 9 to the basement. Yesterday’s epic adventure whipped a 180 again today… If yesterday was chocolate cake, today was chopped liver. Reason being, we were completely shut out. Bla... See full article

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Diary of a Shoot, Day 6 Doesnt Get Much Better Than This

I’ve been doing this stuff for a good chunk of my life – the only career I’ve ever had. And so when I’m talking about the quality of a day–the light, the crew, the shots,... See full article

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Diary of a Shoot, Day 5 Epic Turn for the Better

Hallelujah, what a turn of fate. Awoke this morning at 6:30am to a sky chock-full of gently falling flakes and 6 inches of fresh snow on the ground and trees. What earlier this week looked like a burn... See full article

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Diary of a Shoot, Day 4 Weather Is An Issue

It’s now day 4 of this project. But it’s the first shooting day. And shooting day 1 of any campaign, film, or project is always full of excitement, anticipation, butterflies. Doesnt mat... See full article

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Diary of a Shoot, Day 3 The Devil is in the Details

This morning’s work work was fun and not too hardcore. An 8am call time & roll out. We scouted our remaining locations for shot details–all of them are reasonably close to where we ar... See full article

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Diary of a Shoot, Day 2 Mother Nature is Boss.

In case you’re dropping in on this post out of context, you should read yesterday’s post and things will all make sense. In short, I’m doing daily ‘diary’ entries while w... See full article

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