Phase One Unveils a Customized Keyboard for Capture One Pro 10 Users

Feb 14, 2017

Phase One, in cooperation with LogicKeyboard, is now shipping an official new keyboard for Capture One Pro, Mac version. The Capture One Pro keyboard layout has been designed based on feedback from the Phase One Certified Professional (POCP) program to support maximum productivity. Key features include: Apple Pro Keyboard Original Apple ultrathin anodized aluminum enclosure…

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Gear That’s Good on the Go

Feb 3, 2017

When you’re out on location the last thing you want is bulky gear that’s difficult to setup and weighs you down. Below we take a look at a couple scenarios for when you get out of the studio and out into the world and need gear that’s good on the go. Shooting Tethered on the…

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How to Wirelessly Tether to the Microsoft Surface Pro

Feb 3, 2017

Microsoft touts the Surface Pro 4 as “the tablet that can replace your laptop” and for some photographers who’ve tried out the versatile device, they seem to generally agree. Ultrathin and fast, it’s strikes a balance of portability and power. The Surface Pro has USB ports that allow for tethered shooting with TetherPro USB cables,…

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Get to Know: JerkStopper ProTab Cable Ties

Jan 27, 2017

Designed for durability and convenience, JerkStopper ProTab Cable Ties keep your cables organized and well maintained increasing a cable’s lifespan and saving you valuable time trying to locate or untangle mismanaged cords. The JerkStopper ProTab Cable Ties are reusable and have a guaranteed life span of 10,000 applications per tie.  Each package includes ten (10)…

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How I Got the Shot with Chris Ord

Jan 25, 2017 | One Comment

Chris Ord is an internationally published wedding and fashion photographer from Newcastle, United Kingdom. Website: www.chrisordphoto.co.uk Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chrisordphoto Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/chrisordphotography YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/chrisordphotography   What was the concept of the shoot? One my of big beliefs as a photographer is that it is extremely important to shoot for yourself when you can. Yes, you must pay the bills by…

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Get to Know: Case Relay Camera Power System

Jan 13, 2017 | 3 Comments

For photographers and filmmakers who want to shoot time lapse, star trails, video, and more without being limited by their camera’s battery life, the Case Relay Power System is an invaluable tool. The Case Relay Camera Power System introduces the first uninterruptible power system for DSLR and Mirrorless cameras to achieve consistent power with any…

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Scott Kelby In-Studio Tethered Shooting Setup

Dec 5, 2016

Tether Tools Pro Scott Kelby on a Kelby One live video broadcast takes us through his in-studio tethered shooting setup. We’re proud to have Scott Kelby as a Pro Ambassador and are big fans of his! Watch the video now to see the setup, then keep scrolling to see a full break-down of the gear…

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Hands On with the Palette Gear Starter Kit

Nov 14, 2016 | 4 Comments

Palette Gear jumped into the photography and tech world on Kickstarter in 2013 which the promise of a freeform interface that controls any software. Palette was kind enough to send us a Starter Kit to check out for ourselves, and needless to say we were impressed with the build quality and possibilities of use. Tether…

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Mounting the iPad Pro 12.9-inch Model

Nov 1, 2016

The iPad Pro can be a huge addition to your workflow, literally. The tablet features a giant 12.9-inch display with 2,732 x 2,048 pixels. To put that into perspective, the iPad Pro’s screen is 78 percent bigger than the iPad Air 2, the same width as the iPad Air is tall, so big the on-screen…

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5 Ways to Use the Rock Solid Baby Ballhead Adapter

Oct 10, 2016

Featuring an all-metal construction, the Rock Solid Baby Ballhead Adapter allows the mounting of any camera ballhead to light stands, arms or clamps with studs. This is incredibly helpful when you have to boom the camera over a scene, or when you need to shoot the camera extra high, much higher than a tripod will…

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