Author: Dan Carr
3 Legged Thing Bucky Travel Tripod Review

3 Legged Thing Bucky Travel Tripod Review

The Bucky carbon travel tripod is part of 3 Legged Thing’s top-of-the-line Legends range. Despite its small collapsed size, it has a huge 66lb capacity and a maximum height of about 6ft!

3 Legged Thing AirHed Vu Ball Head Review

3 Legged Thing AirHed Vu Ball Head Review

The AirHed Vu ball head from 3 Legged Thing is their top-of-the-line ball head. With a capacity of 88lbs and a unique design that allows you to see inside the locking mechanism, I was excited to take a closer look.

PolarPro Apex Tripod Review

PolarPro Apex Tripod Review

The PolarPro Apex tripod is a small tabletop style tripod that comes in two versions. One with a built-in head, and one without. It’s also one of the worst products I have ever reviewed…

Moment Now Selling Sony Gear

Moment Now Selling Sony Gear

Moment have started a new curated online retail platform and it’s AWESOME. Free international shipping on Sony gear, anyone?

Wandrd Fernweh Backpack Review

Wandrd Fernweh Backpack Review

Wandrd describes the Fernweh as a “backpacking bag for photographers and the outdoors”. They sent a pre-production one over for me to review, so let’s see if it lives up to the claims. Is it a backpacking bag that holds a camera, or camera bag that can go on a hike?

What Is a 3-2-1 Backup Strategy and How Should Photographers Use It?

What Is a 3-2-1 Backup Strategy and How Should Photographers Use It?

The topic of backing up your photos is always a popular one. I often refer to a 3-2-1 backup strategy as an absolute minimum strategy to protect your photos. In this post I’ll explain in detail what I mean by a 3-2-1 backup strategy, and include examples of both correct and incorrect setups. You need to get this right if you want your photos to be safe.

How I Organize My Photography Accessories – The Right Way

How I Organize My Photography Accessories – The Right Way

The Think Tank Cable Management series of photography accessory organizers is a useful set of products to help you organize all the little items in your kit. In fact, I take things quite a bit further than that, and use a whole selection of them, so in this post I’ll explain how and why.

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Best Monopod Heads in 2020

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ProMediaGear Katana Junior Gimbal Review

ProMediaGear Katana Junior Gimbal Review

The Katana Junior gimbal from ProMediaGear is a lightweight photographic gimbal for your tripod, capable of holding any long lens setup you can think of. Let’s find out how it compares to the competition…

Wildlife Photography Pro Tip: How to Select your Best Images

Wildlife Photography Pro Tip: How to Select your Best Images

The importance of careful image selection is a greatly underestimated task in any situation where you're photographing the same subject for more than just a couple off photos. On a wildlife photography safari or expedition, it's often the case that you'll get to spend...