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    Review of X-Rite's ColorMunki Monitor Calibrator Preview
    In the final part of my 'From Camera to Print' series, I spoke about the importance of having a calibrated monitor as well as a consistent lighting environment to ensure accurate color-corrections. Without these two pieces working together, accurate processing of your photos isn't possible. The X-rite ColorMunki is designed to help with just this problem.Read More…
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    A Look at the Orbis Ring FlashPreview
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    Today, we'll review the Orbis Ring Flash a ring flash designed to fit onto any flashgun in order to transform the harsh light into softer and more beautiful light.Read More…
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    The Nikon D7000 is Competing Outside its ClassD7000preview
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    Is the D7000, billed as Nikon's top amateur/enthusiast D-SLR, now the best DX-format Nikon D-SLR of all? Strictly speaking, that ought to be the D300s, but the D7000 beats that model in at least two key areas.Read More…
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    The Olympus XZ-1: A High-End Compact taking on Mirrorless HybridsZx1preview
    The new Olympus XZ-1 shows that big-sensor hybrids still haven't killed off conventional high-end compacts. But is it really a serious alternative? DSLRs are often too big, many compacts don't offer the right control or quality. Hybrid 'mirrorless' cameras seem to offer the best of both worlds - a big sensor in a small body - but with a lens, they're still very big. Does this new high-end compact from Olympus fill a hole in the market?Read More…
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    Olympus E-PL1: An Affordable Micro Four Thirds CameraPreview
    Touted as the most affordable addition to the Olympus Micro Four Thirds camera range, today we're going to be taking a look at the Olympus E-PL1. It's an attractive piece of kit with a feature set to match, but let's see how it stacks up in our in-depth review!Read More…
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    Panasonic Lumix G10: A Compact Digital SLR AlternativePreview
    The Lumix G10 is Panasonic's new, affordable micro four thirds hybrid, but has there been too much cost-cutting to make this a viable alternative to an SLR? In our in-depth review, we'll delve into the look and feel, picture quality, lens choice, and how the Panasonic Lumix G10 stacks up against the ever-growing micro four thirds competition!Read More…
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    Canon EOS 550D Review: Do The Specs Deliver?Preview
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    We're taking another in-depth look at a new camera today, the Canon EOS 550D (the EOS Rebel T2i). This is Canon's latest consumer Digital SLR offering, and the specifications certainly pack a punch. Can it live up to all the hype? Read on to find out.Read More…
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    Beautiful Custom Bokeh With the Bokeh Masters KitPreview
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    Today we'll be reviewing a product called The Bokeh Master's Kit. We'll tell go through what it is, how to use it, and whether or not you should consider adding it to your arsenal of photography tools. Read More…
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    Ricoh GXR: An Inspired Piece of Design or Just Plain CrazyGxr01preview
    We're kicking off a new series of hardware reviews on Phototuts+, starting today with an in-depth look at the Ricoh GXR, a fascinating compact camera with a unique concept - rather than just changing lenses, you change the entire camera unit!Read More…
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    Quick Review: The Magic of Black and White eBookPreview
    In today's Quick Tip, we'll be doing something slightly different and offering a brief outline of a photography eBook released by one of our regular contributors: Andrew Gibson. The Magic of Black & White, Part One – Vision. This $5 eBook takes a look at the importance and reasoning behind black and white imagery, and how it can help your photography.Read More…
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    Book Review: The Essential Guide to Portrait PhotographyPreview
    Digital Photography School, a remarkably popular and highly renowned online photography blog, have recently released their very first stand-alone eBook. Entitled The Essential Guide to Portrait Photography, it covers everything you need to know about portraiture and taking photos of people. In this review, I'll be offering my thoughts on the book and highlighting a few parts that really stood out and taught me something new. Read More…
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