Acrylic PRO by CGPro Prints

With the Acrylic PRO you are able to offer your clients a product that stands out from the crowd, literally. CG Pro Prints has newly revamped their Acrylic to provide a product that commands a room like no other. With a distinctively crafted mount frame, the Acrylic PRO extends your images right off of any wall.

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Product Review | Tamron SP 24-70mm F/2.8 Zoom Lens

There is no substitute for speed. Investing in a f2.8 lens is a must for any photographer working events, weddings or portraits. It gives you that extra stop or two of light needed to work in low-light situations. More importantly, it gives you shallow depth of field, so your subject pops off the background. If you are looking for a cost-effective, fast-performing lens, the new Tamron 24-70 f/2.8 zoom is a great all-around lens.

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Product Review | StickyAlbums 3.0

StickyAlbums is a market leader that’s focused on one thing: helping us create great mobile apps. This month Sal Cincotta reviews StickyAlbums 3.0. Like all things in the tech world, you have to innovate or die. StickyAlbums has released a new version that offers some crucial improvements to the platform. With the new upgrades, you now have the ability to control fonts and colors on your buttons for more obvious calls-to-action, and you can customize your layouts even more.

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Choosing the Best Cameras for Wedding Photography

2017 is a great year for photographers. Technology has advanced at such a rapid pace, and continues to offer some of the best tools available to do what we love doing. With all the options, how do you choose a primary camera system? Wedding shoots comprise a mixture of product, portrait and action photography—so how do you know which system works best for all these needs? I recently tested multiple camera systems to see which came out on top.

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Choosing the Best Off-Camera Lighting for Your Budget

We are currently going through a lighting revolution. Off-camera flash technology is progressing quickly. The technology for low-noise, high-ISO sensors has improved over the past five years. Flashes are becoming less expensive and coming with more features. If you are not using off-camera flash, there has never been a better time to start. Here are a few of my recommendations for equipment.

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