Wacom Intuos 2018 review

A pen tablet is one of the most important tools in a digital artist’s toolkit. It allows you to interact with the computer by using a pressure sensitive pen on a much more precise and natural way than with a mouse or trackpad.

Datacolor Spyder 5 review

The new Datacolor Spyder5 colorimeter is a small USB device that can precisely measure the color response of your LCD screen. By comparing the actual displayed response of known color values, it can create a color profile that is used by the operating system and any color managed application to show correct colors. This process transforms your LCD from an unknown variable into a standard reference and can greatly improve your screen’s image quality by improving tonal response and shadow detail.

Nikon D810 tips and tricks

The Nikon D810 is highly customizable and versatile camera that can be fine-tuned to fit your needs, shooting style and the scene or situation. This article presents some of the top tips and tricks for setting up and photographing with this powerful dSLR.

Nikon D7100 tips and tricks

Learn how to take control of your new Nikon D7100 and set it up to capture great images.

Wacom Intuos5 review

You may be missing a lot on productivity and ergonomic comfort if you never used a pen tablet. And if you plan on buying a pen tablet that will last for the next 10 years, the Wacom Intuos5 is the model to get. Read on for our full review.

GGS glass camera screen protector review

Glass screen protectors are inexpensive (around US$ 15), offer better protection and image quality than plastic ones. If you're using a camera without any LCD cover, don't think twice: buy one.

Simple off-site backup for photography

Hard drives fail. It’s not a matter of IF, but a matter of WHEN. Learn how to develop a bulletproof backup plan and be prepared for this moment.

Lens distortion correction on post-processing

Lens distortion is a technical aspect often overlooked by photographers. Strong lens distortion can ruin a good picture, especially when photographing people or architecture.