Enmeshed in an active hunt for art shows and display methodologies for my wife’s photography, I wanted to take a moment to highlight this event,
Another exciting NAB Show has come and gone, wrapping up officially last Thursday. Put on by the National Association of Broadcasters, the NAB Show brought
Here’s a little inspiration for your Saturday night. This week, a group of Japanese drone enthusiasts posted an impressively long—Hitchcockian, even—single-take video of students in
“Check this out! In glorious 4K. I edited it on my phone.” My wife’s double-take (exactly the reaction I was looking for) was evidence enough
Setup in Boulder, 2017 If you’ve been before, you probably already know that our annual Warehouse Clearance Tent Sale is a rite of Spring, rain
At long last, the Olympus E-PL9 is available in the USA, and we’ve got them! Come on in to one of our stores and see
The last couple days have seen the hard-working fellas in our Colorado and California warehouses unpacking our shipment of the new UNPLUGGED series of monolights
If you have a Canon 5D Mark IV or a Canon 1D X Mark II, Canon has just released an important firmware update for your
Most people have at least a few family photos, and most of those who do have photos have a lot of photos. How are your family’s stored?
Hot enough to burn your fingers, fresher than fennel on the farm, the Canon M50 mirrorless camera has hit the shelves across the nation! Watch
Short answer: yes, and you can still get just about any kind processed, printed, and scanned! We’ll even take care of your film by mail,
We would all like to think of ourselves as “a human tripod,” but the reality is that camera shake is something with which we must
There are those who consider photography, especially in printed form, something of a moribund industry. It’s hard to believe, but they exist. And they’re wrong.
Analogue photography has been on the rise, and Kodak’s reintroduction of Professional T-Max P3200 (after having discontinued it in 2012) is the latest event fanning
At the end of February, Sony announced the third iteration of the series that began with the original full-frame mirrorless camera: the sub-$2000 α7 III, newly