I’m someone who firmly believes in the importance of a good tripod and ball head in photography. I also do recognize that you can’t use a tripod in a lot of places such as New York City or in pedestrian heavy locations. That was a dilemma I was having until I discovered the Platypod mini tripod. Two words for, game changer.
For a while I was trying different bags and harnesses trying to find something that would work for me as a wedding and sports photographer. I had all but given up hope trying to find something to make my shooting days easier on my back and shoulders and that was when I was introduced to the SpiderPro camera holster by Spider Holster. It revolutionized the way I photographed weddings and sporting events.
As a wedding photographer and sports photographer, I have grappled with the issue of finding a way to quickly access different lenses and other gear. I’ve tried different types of bag, shoulder harnesses and every gadget and gizmo in between. It wasn’t until I discovered the Think Tank Pro Speed Belt combined with the the modular belt system by Think Thank Photo that I truly found something that works for me in every situation.
I was recently asked to try out and review the Sleeklens Through the Woods Workflow for Adobe Lightroom. The Through the Woods Workflow consists of 51 Adobe Lightroom presets and 30 brushes for landscape editing. This was my first time working with a Sleeklens workflow so I have definitely eager to give it whirl.