Lumiquest

Lumiquest is a company that makes lighting diffusers and bouncers for flash photography. Their devices fit popular flash units from Nikon, Canon, Sunpak, Vivitar, Quantum, or Metz and include the Pocket Bouncer, UltraSoft, 80-20, Big Bounce, SoftBox or the complete ProMax System. You can easily bring your flash photography to a new level just by utilizing some of these items.

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Lumiquest Official Site


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Strobist

Strobist is the blog, famous blog in photography circles, of David Hobby, a photography lighting expert. The way I understand it, “Strobist” is a philosophy of creativity and DIY, using found or inexpensive materials over bespoke, and no-brand over brand, or a creative mix thereof. For example, a Strobist might use a largely-manual Vivitar flash over an expensive Nikon SB-900 Speedlight or some combination of both. Or, instead of buying a brand-name “macro studio”, the Strobist might assemble one from found parts.

David’s blog is excellent information for anyone wanting to learn more about lighting technique.

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References


David Hobby’s Strobist Blog
Strobist Flickr Group


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Think Tank Photo

Think Tank Photo makes high quality photography equipment for professionals, designed for speed and accessibility. Their products are well-thought-out, use the best components, and are easy to use, including camera bags, cases, backpacks, beltpacks and accessories. Their motto is to prepare a photographer to be ready “Before The Moment”.

I own a Think Tank Photo Speed Freak waist belt-pack, a “big stick” monopod case, and a Pixel Pocket Rocket media holder. All excellent quality.

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Think Tank Photo Official Site
Buy a Think Tank Photo Speed Freak Waist Belt-Pack
Buy a Think Tank Photo Big Stick Monopod Bag
Buy a Think Tank Photo Pixel Pocket Rocket Media Holder


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Apple Aperture

Aperture is a software program for Mac OS X developed by Apple Inc since 2005, which was designed to assist photographers in their post-production work, i.e. ingesting, rating, captioning and keywording, cropping, rotating, retouching, and exporting to various formats. It has Non-destructive Editing, RAW support, EXIF and IPTC support, a Loupe, Display Scanning, Full-Screen Display, Slideshow, Light-Table, Customizable Printing and Publishing, Archiving to External Disk (called a Vault in Aperture parlance).

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Aperture at Apple
Aperture on Wikipedia

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