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March/April 2013


  • DPP Solutions: Bling Your Smartphone

    Professional accessories for gaining extraordinary images and video from iPhones and iPads

    Smartphone and tablet manufacturers are heavily impacting the compact camera market for the simple reason that the more connected your camera is, the faster you can get content online.
  • Hi-Tech Studio: Fixed-Lens, Large-Sensor Compacts

    The professional backup camera with extremely fast apertures and very high image quality

    The camera market has become increasingly confused and splintered.
  • March/April 2013

    New Tools Of The Trade

  • What's Your Next Pro DSLR?

    The lines between top-tier and mid-level camera models are blurring. We look at the features and capabilities that are most important for your work so you can make a thoughtful decision before leaping into an über-pro hot-rod unit.

    Today's pro DSLRs, and even the mid-level models, offer a lot to hard-working pros, including image quality, performance, ruggedness and system accessories.
  • What’s New In Medium-Format Digital

    When nothing short of maximum resolution and image quality will suffice, medium-format digital is still at the top of the pyramid

    The death of medium format has been greatly overstated.


  • Ketch Rossi: Evolution

    Ketch Rossi has transitioned from a pure still photographer to a *Cinephotographer, and his latest projects are visually gripping, multimedia philanthropic endeavors

    Ketch Rossi is on the leading edge of the future of photography, capturing still and motion imagery with a single state-of-the-art camera.
  • Sam Kaplan: The Problem Solver

    Sam Kaplan raises the bar in the realm of studio still-life photography. The innovative professional displays a style that’s exacting and meticulous, yet never dull or sterile.

    Product, still-life and food photography aren't for those with short attention spans.


  • Cover Shot: Learning To Relax

    Markus Klinko and Indrani continue to broaden their horizons while returning to what matters the most: the image

    Markus Klinko and Indrani have created absolutely iconic portraiture of everyone from Beyoncé to Lindsay Lohan to Lady Gaga.
  • DNG File Format & DNG Converter

    In this excerpt from his book, digital master photographer and Photoshop Alpha-tester Jeff Schewe demystifies the DNG format for today and for the future

    Given the very real problem of the rapid proliferation of proprietary and undocumented raw file formats, Adobe (read: Thomas Knoll) decided to do something about that.
  • How To Go Big

    Get more resolution from your camera with these three key techniques: Upsample, Stack, Stitch

    There are several ways to get more resolution out of your camera.


  • Click On The Dotted Line

    From model releases to job contracts, know how to use electronic signatures to get the most benefit for your work

    Technological advancements are being made in photography at such a tremendous pace that it's often difficult to keep up.
  • Misinformation: Business Tech

    Choosing to ignore the market is to do so at your own peril

    This last December, Instagram infuriated its base of smartphone photographers when it released a newly revised terms of service that appeared from the language to reflect an extended rights grab by the service.
  • Visioneer’s Gallery: Project Paz

    As Juarez continues to struggle with drug violence, artists band together to aid the children of that beleaguered city

    Systemic violence is one of the most debilitating epidemics challenging the notions of progress in global societies today.

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