The perfect keepsake for weddings, graduations and much more. The Perry album features heavy-weight repositionable adhesive pages that won't wrinkle; simply place your image on the adhesive and apply pressure to the photograph to adhere to the page.
Are you a fine art photographer? Wedding or portrait photographer? Then you might want to consider self-printing.
Join top photographer Sal Cincotta in this free video where he helps you make the most out of your studio portraits with one light.
The brand new SIGMA 85mm F1.4 DG DN | Art lens is redefining the classic. Paired with the Sony mirrorless platform, this is a beautiful match made in heaven for both in-studio and on-location portraiture.
Quickly Create Stunning Portrait Lighting. This arched reflector was inspired by the unique curvature of the human eye. Specifically designed for beauty and portrait photography, the Eyelighter 2 reflects light toward your subject, leaving a catchlight that follows the natural curve of the eye. Unlike triflectors, this catchlight is seamless, without unflattering gaps.
Go behind the scenes of Sal Cincotta's photoshoots and final images. Learn about the lighting, posing, editing and most importantly, the challenges faced creating the image.
Want to learn photography? Want to learn how to be a better photographer? There is no better way to gain valuable photography education than to learn from the mistakes of others.
I am excited to announce the new Profoto OCF light shaping tools. Barn doors, grids, gels and snoots made with magnetic attachments are now available for your Profoto B10 lighting system. Now you have the flexibility to expand your lighting system—and your creativity.
Sometimes, one light is all you need to make killer images. The Profoto A1X is one of the most versatile tools in the Profoto lighting eco-system in my opinion. Not only is it powerful being used as a single light, but when combined with the Profoto eco-system of lights, you have one of the most powerful lighting systems on the planet.
"That's not what it looked like when I shot it!" If you've ever said or thought those words, guess what? You have a color management problem. It's so important for the images you create to look and feel the way it was when you saw the scene with your own two eyes.