Archives for July 2009

Review – Olympus E-P1 Digital PEN Camera – Part III of III

Final part of my Olympus E-P1 Digital PEN review. Discussing issues like noise, image quality, and overall recommendation.

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Review – Olympus E-P1 Digital PEN Camera – Part II of III

Part II of David’s review on the Olympus E-P1 Digital PEN camera.

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Review – Olympus E-P1 Digital PEN Camera – Part I of III

Hands-on review of the much anticipated Olympus Digital PEN E-P1 digital camera with sample photos and videos.

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Photoshop – LAB Mode Maximum Color Saturation

This tutorial is about maximum saturation without clipping and using the contrast slider in Photoshop’s LAB mode.

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Collection of Olympus E-P1 Sites

If you’re just like me who’s excited with the sleek, slim, and retro Olympus E-P1 Micro 4/3 Camera, here’s a good list of reviews, previews, and galleries for reference.

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Review – Nissin Di622 Speedlight (for Canon)

A review for the Nissin Di622 Canon mount. An affordable alternative to a Canon 430EX (II) flash gun.

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Review – DiVoom iTour-10 Capsule Speaker

DiVoom iTour Speaker Review I don’t usually review non-photography-related items here in my blog but this is a great add-on to your photo gear. Humans are all easily affected with environmental mood and music is a great way to change a mood of a photoshoot to turn a tense session to a fun-filled photoshoot. Almost […]

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Flash – Getting Your Light on Axis

For those of us who shoot with off-camera flash while using a light modifier such as an  umbrella or softbox, we’re bound to encounter the issue of having the flash not on axis with the modifier. Oftentimes, the bracket that holds the flash and modifier together are separated by at least 4-6″ of vertical space […]

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