photo week 2010

Inflatable Photo Studio Sets Up In Minutes, Is a Firetrap

Our buddy Charlie found this great Inflatable Photo Studio designed for photographers who want to, for some reason, have a controlled environment outside. It’s basically one of those big bouncy

CanvasPop: Print Your Photos On Canvas

<img src="">This past <a href="">photo week</a> I wanted to take a closer look at som

Swedish Chamelon DSLR Rig Looks Sexy As Hell

<img src="" />I'm a sucker for these setups. All the chrome, the bars, the rails, the pads, the cables — whenever I see my friend's

Review: Camtrol Camera Control Grip

Short version: Expensive but worth having around, this rock-solid accessory stabilizes and makes video more dynamic.

Lowepro Camera Bag Roundup

<img src="" />It's tough to recommend camera bags. Choosing the bag that's right for you can be long process, and one that you should t

Review: Adobe Lightroom 3

Short version: Powerful and easy to use, this is probably the best cross-platform photography management software out there — though navigation and organization aren’t the most intuitive.

Guest Photography Podcast: Nikon And Jim Reed, Extreme Weather Photographer

<img src="" /> We got a chance to check out a bunch of new Nikon gear last week, including the brand-new <a href="http://www.crunchgear.

Camera Case & Storage Round-Up

We’ve looked at an absurd amount of computer and camera bags over the years. What follows is a handy-dandy round-up of all the camera cases. There’s camera backpacks, messenger bags, and 

Astrophotography: A Primer

Taking pictures of the night sky can be a rewarding and frustrating experience. The good news is it’s easy to do, if you have the right tools and the knowledge needed to get that amazing shot of

Photo Gadget Round-up

Part of learning how to use that new camera is learning what to buy to make it work for you. Here are a few gadgets that I like to have around to help me, depending on if I’m using a point and s

Fracture Glass Printing Makes Photos "Snazzy"

I have a lot of photos. Most of them were taken for the restraining order hearing, but the rest are of my children, wife, and various permutations thereof. There are a number of these photos that I&#8

Hands-on With Leica's 2010 Line-Up

We didn’t get a chance to go out to Photokina this year so Photokina – or at least Leica’s portion of it – came to us. I got a closer look at four of Leica’s new cameras,

So You Want To Buy A Lens

<img src="" />Even the best camera out there won't take decent pictures without a decent lens. But how to choose? Whether you've got a Niko

Review: Joby GorillaPod Focus With Ballhead X

Short Version: Joby finally makes a GorillaPod capable of holding the weight of DSLR with a lens. And the Ballhead X isn’t too shabby either. The legs are a bit stiff, but that’s a good th

Video: Canon Shows Off Cross Media Station Device That Charges Camera Via Induction

<img src="" />Is this magic? That's my cute way of opening the discussion of the Canon Cross Media Station. It's an inductive charging stati

Nikon Expands My PictureTown Sharing Service

<img src="" />Nikon's MyPictureTown service has been running for a while now, but it still hasn't pulled in the users that the oth

Review: Timbuk2 Snoop Camera Messenger Bag

Short version: The Snoop Camera Messenger Bag is clearly the result of a trendy Timbuk2 messenger bag and boring camera case joining together in beautiful harmony. This is their glorious offspring.

A Camera For Every Budget

Wanting to get into photography or upgrade your current camera doesn’t always mean you’ve got disposable income. But if you’re serious about your hobby, you’re always ready to

It's Photography Week At CrunchGear

Hi there, shutterbugs. We’re doing a few extra photography-themed posts this week — more than usual, anyway. We just couldn’t hold in our gear recommendations, shooting techniques, a