TetherGuard

I thought I would share a recent Tether Tools post of a great new product. Tether Tools recently launched a new magnetic breakaway cable management system, TetherGuard. TetherGuard’s Lock & Dock system is a superior way to ensure every cable stays connected, every port stays free from damage, and every shot captured is transferred securely.  While…

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First, what should you call them? Triggers, remotes, air remotes, radio remotes, transmitters, radio transmitters, transceivers? It really matters what functions they provide, but mostly they are all correct. The big difference in this group is in the transceivers. Transceivers can function as a transmitter or a receiver either by selecting that function on the…

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Profoto has introduced their newest version of their radio transmitters, the Profoto Connect Pro. Enter in to the world of ultimate connectivity! When you’re shooting off-camera with multiple lights, you need more than just a reliable trigger, you need complete control. Profoto created the Profoto Connect Pro to be more than a remote, it’s the…

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Geotagging in Adobe Lightroom

I recently have had a number of questions regarding how to geotag images you shoot. Image geotagging refers to attaching GPS coordinates (longitude, latitude and even altitude or direction sometimes) to an image’s EXIF data, so that at a later date you can see exactly where you took those photos. It is most convenient when…

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From April 22nd to May 31st, you can save significantly on Laowa macro lenses! Laowa has got to be one of the best third-party, manual focus lens manufacturers out there. So far, every lens I’ve tried from the company has been superb and quality control has been top-notch. To date, we’ve not had any complaints…

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Ad image for Z9 FW Update

Following is a copy of Nikon’s exciting April 14th press release, detailing a firmware update that will provide some major enhancements to the already amazingly good Z 9 body. In addition there will be AF updates to the Z 6II and Z 7II, as well as a new MC-N10 Remote Grip… To get on our…

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Drobo 5S Gen.2 photo

Who made up that title!? Trust hard drives? Ha! NEVER! Never, ever trust a single hard-drive to keep your data, your images or your documents secure. In fact, don’t even trust an SSD (solid-state-drive) since they too can fail. I’ve had it happen myself. Recently, an 8-month old SanDisk Extreme Pro external SSD drive failed here at…

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Since my first SLR film camera, a Minolta X700 purchased on a trip to Germany in 1984, I fell in love with the ease of control offered by shooting in aperture priority mode. In all the cameras since then, save my large format 4×5 cameras, or panoramic medium format cameras, I have always used aperture…

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I recently had an opportunity to work with a preproduction sample of the new Fujinon XF 33mm f/1.4 R LM WR, thanks to our local Fujifilm sales rep. This new lens could be considered a replacement for the venerable XF 35mm f/1.4 R, the original fast “normal” prime from back when the X-Pro1 first came…

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Fujifilm GFX 50S II Review Banner

Last month, Fujifilm announced the latest in their GFX series of medium format digital cameras, which has been designated the GFX 50S II, as well as a few news lenses. You can read about it in our October newsletter here: Beau Photo Newsletter – October 2021 I recently had the chance to briefly try out…

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