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Maintenance: Quick-Release Clamps

Have you ever flipped the lever or twisted the knob on your clamp, only to find that the clamp jaw doesn’t pop open smoothly? Is your clamp making noise that […]

Davenport by Mark Gvazdinskas

The 10 Stop

Gaffer Tape

Quick Tip: Gaffer’s Tape

I was attending a workshop last year over at Light Photographic Workshops when Ben Willmore was teaching when I heard a great tip from him about gaffer’s tape. Prior to […]

Giraffe by Marc Muench

The Maasai Mara

Stay Focused It’s a shooting gallery out there Article written by Marc Muench, Owner of Muench Workshops Some call the Maasai Mara “the spotted plains”. For starters the so-called “spots” […]

Tip for Tuesday: Safety First

Be Smart When You Shoot Hal and Victoria Schmitt from LIGHT Photographic Workshops dropped by the other day to spend a little time catching up. As photographers tend to do, […]

Tripods and the Beach

A Tripod Addict’s Guide To Beach and Ocean Photography Article written by Brian Matiash Let’s start with one unequivocal fact about me: I love my tripod. Next to my camera […]

RRS tripod lineup.

Choosing a Tripod: Part II

In Part I we covered the selection of the appropriate tripod series, which in the Really Right Stuff tripod line leaves you with up to 3 choices of models that […]

Helicopter over the Antarctic.

Photographer’s Guide to Antarctica

To wrap up his 3-part series, David Schultz shares valuable information on when, what, where, and how to travel to Antarctica so you too can possibly marvel in the majesty […]

RRS tripod lineup.

Choosing a Tripod: Part I

Choosing a tripod can be a daunting task. With so many variables to consider – gear you already have, travel limitations, performance needs, desired features, budget, future gear purchases – […]