Hi-Tech Studio: The Era Of The Tablet Is About To Change How You Work

Apple says their iPad Pro is the future of computing. We say it will change your photography workflow.
By David Schloss
In 2010, Steve Jobs unveiled the iPad, Apple's legendary tablet, saying that the world needed something "better than a laptop, better than a smartphone," yet living in a space between the two. While the iPad has become increasingly powerful, it still has fallen short of being a professional device. Jobs…

Road Warrior: Packing Light & Packing Right

A well-stocked computer bag can be the difference between a successful shoot and a lost client
By DL Byron
For many people who make their living capturing images and telling stories, the phrase "travel photographer" has a double meaning. First, there's the (often misguided) romance of visiting foreign lands and basking in culture. Then there's the (more accurate) reality of slogging between cities laden with heavy bags of gear.…

Shooting With Sony's "Disruptive" a7R II

The latest camera in Sony’s mirrorless lineup is positioned to take down the kings of the DSLR world. We put it through its paces to see if it lives up to the hype.
Text & Photography By David Schloss
Sony's new a7R II is a shot across the bow of Canon and Nikon. Spend anytime with Sony's engineers, and you'll hear them describe their new system with the term "disruptive." Based around a new Sony-designed sensor, the a7R II is a clear sign that Sony has their competitors in…

Chris Burkard Made The Switch

This world-traveling photographer chose Sony because he was looking for something “pocketable but powerful.”
By William Sawalich
For nature and travel photographer Chris Burkard, surfing and climbing and kayaking are more than just the subjects he photographs. They’re integral to the life he lives. In fact, he says, it’s by incorporating the outdoors into his daily life he’s able to make photographs from the perspective of a…

Replacing The Desktop

Can photographers streamline their workflow by ditching their desktop computers?
By David Schloss
Forget frames per second. Forget phase-detection points. Throw buffer size out the window. The speed and power of a camera doesn't mean a thing if a photographer gets hamstrung when he or she is processing images. I know countless photographers who spend top dollar on a pro DSLR and then…

Gabe Rogel Made the Switch

Adventure sports photographer Gabe Rogel loves his Sony mirrorless cameras because they’re light, they’re fast, and they shoot beautiful video.
By William Sawalich
Adventure sports photographer Gabe Rogel grew up loving mountain climbing and snow skiing. While studying photography in college, he sold a few photos and that led to a realization: “This is what I want to do.” He did it, too. And now he’s doing it with Sony mirrorless cameras. Finding…
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