Magmod Magbox Review and Setup

The Magmod Magbox is one of the coolest designs for a softbox. I mean, it's a softbox, so nothing new there. But the way it mounts, setups and breaks down, is so simple. The way a gel is used is so simple. The way you put on the diffusion screens are brilliant.

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Is B&H Payboo Worth It?

B&H Photo Superstore in New York City announced Payboo. It's a credit card backed by Synchrony Bank which offers customers the ability to get back their sales tax by the way of rewards. It means that if your state's sales tax is 6% then your rewards is 6%, if it's 10% then your reward is 10%. The reward is used as statement credit. Know that the APR of the credit card is 29.99%. Instead, I recommend checking out my project Photo Idō which offers photographers the ability to save at local independent camera stores without the need for a credit card.

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Adobe Renames Lightroom Again

Adobe has done it again. Adobe renamed Lightroom Again. First Adobe renamed Lightroom to Lightroom Classic CC. Then they released a "light" version of Lightroom and called it Lightroom CC (instead of Lightroom Elements). Now, almost two years later, Adobe is renaming Lightroom Classic CC to Lightroom Classic.

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My move to mirrorless

This was originally written and published for Photofocus. The article is republished here with search engines blocked and canonical set to the original published article. It is here for archival purposes…

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Nikon Z6 first impressions

This was originally written and published for Photofocus. The article is republished here with search engines blocked and canonical set to the original published article. It is here for archival purposes…

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AI Photography Web Apps

See 2 AI Photography Web Apps that I think are so impressive, especially for their prices. The first is Remove.BG which removes the backgrounds from your images in second. The other is letenhance.io which enlarges your images in less than a minute.

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FTZ Lens Adapter is now free? Seriously, Nikon?

The Nikon FTZ Lens Adapter is now free. Seriously, Nikon? I mean, come on. So many of us spent our hard earned $250 to buy the adapter, or if you got it with the kit, $100. No matter what, making it free is a punch to the gut. I really hope that you somehow do good by your loyal customers.

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