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A selection of video and photo monitors for 2018

A selection of video and photo monitors for 2018

Video editors and photographers need high quality monitors to clearly visualize their work, but that does not mean they need to spend a fortune on their next monitor. Here are…

Philips 32-inch 328P6AUBREB may be my next monitor

Philips 32-inch 328P6AUBREB may be my next monitor

Presented as perfect for graphic designers, CAD engineers, photographers, video editors and other professionals, the new monitor from Philips has an attractive price: $499. Can the Philips 32-inch 328P6AUBREB…

Product Review: Polaroid small portable LED production light panels

Product Review: Polaroid small portable LED production light panels

I’ve been testing these small portable LED light panels from Polaroid throughout the year in various types of productions and found that we rarely ever head out of…

Building a 4K video editing PC for 2018

Building a 4K video editing PC for 2018

With 2018 at the door, some of us will start to imagine what our new computer will look like, and if it will be off-the-shelf or built for…

Review: Xume adapters, the magic of Manfrotto’s Lens Filter Suite

Review: Xume adapters, the magic of Manfrotto’s Lens Filter Suite

The concept is interesting: adapters that use magnetic strength to keep your filters in place. That’s what the Xume quick release system offers. Manfrotto mixes the Xume with its…

Road Test: GoPro HERO6 Black

Road Test: GoPro HERO6 Black

We recently took a week-long trip up to Oregon to visit family scattered about the state that I grew up in, and I decided to pack only ONE camera…

Hands-on with ON1 Photo RAW 2018

Hands-on with ON1 Photo RAW 2018

From being an app to Photoshop to the full program ON1 Photo RAW 2018 now available,  there has been a long road, and not an easy one. Despite all the…

Meet the alternative to Adobe: Skylum

Meet the alternative to Adobe: Skylum

Macphun has a vision: to offer photographers a truly worthy Adobe alternative. This was revealed today by its CEO, Alex Tsepko. Now CEO of Skylum Software. Macphun started seven years…

Lightroom: the death of the perpetual license

Lightroom: the death of the perpetual license

Adobe’s subscription model is not for everyone, and the recent changes of policy force many photographers to look elsewhere for alternatives to Lightroom, which perpetual license model just died…

Yashica is back with a new retro style camera

Yashica is back with a new retro style camera

After a decade of silence Yashica is back with what it calls the “unprecedented YASHICA Y35 Camera with the new system – digiFilm”. More than 5000 backers want to take this…