I remember a number of years ago when these light shows started turning up on YouTube with Christmas lights – so this isn’t really anything new…. but it’s a great show 🙂 Note: turn up the speakers!
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ThinkTank has come out with a new bag, the Retrospective 5. Previously they have had a Retrospective 10 and Lens Changer 2 in Retrospective series. The new bag is essential a clone of the larger ’10’ bag .. except smaller. About half the volume, as the name suggests. As with all things ThinkTank, the bag […]
Do you suffer from lens creep. Studies show that 1 in 10 people suffer* from this condition and now there is a solution. There are few side effects and the results are promising. Essentially LensBand appears to be a glorified rubber band, but for the photographer who wants to keep his kit looking ‘pro’ it […]
The amazing Nikon D7000 SLR offers some unique features that makes this a one of kind digital camera to have. The Nikon D7000 has one of the most remarkable ISO with staggering image quality. Here are some brilliant features that make the NIKON D7000 a winner among SLR digital cameras. 16.2MP CMOS sensor 1080p […]
Adobe has recently announced a future photo management tool to sync photos between a variety of idevices. The tool will sync your photos between an iPad, iPhone and mac as well as keep your future edits updated on all devices. Adobe Carousel will also allow you to perform simple edits on your images, which hopefully […]
Hot on the tail of Canon Coffee Mugs an eBay seller is looking to cash in on Nikon Speaker Lenses. Why someone needs a speakers shaped as a lens is beyond me. I prefer my speakers to look like speakers and lens’ to look like lenses.. but that’s just me. I’m sure there’s a market […]
RoundFlash has come up with a nifty new product. A ringflash in a bag. To set it up, you unroll it and stick a few pegs in the ‘walls’. It looks like it works pretty well although I wish there was more ‘results’ photos in the vid. At $159 it is certainly priced like a […]
Some crafting goodness from a country true to my heart, Norway. Bea of the crafting blog Knitting and Some More has posted a free pattern for photography mitts. It looks like I may have to dust my knitting needles off and work up a pair. If you aren’t an eager knitter, perhaps you can get […]
The only reason I’m not able to take an iPad as my only gadget on a trip (save my phone) is that it isn’t able to download the photos from a memory card onto a hard drive. Enter the iPad CF and SD card reader from PhotoJoJo. Now it doesn’t do exactly what I’ve been […]