In This Issue November

Lots of advice from commercial and wedding photography pros, including upcoming Imaging USA speakers. Rodney Lough Jr. knows he can't hurry nature, and Dean Bradshaw brings vivid color to his subjects. Amy Purdy will keynote PPA's annual convention. Win an Epson SureColorP400 and learn how Professional Photographers of America is helping consumers "See the Difference" with an education campaign. Plus, start shopping for next season's albums now.

Table of Contents

Ask the Experts: Maximize family portrait sales

In Living Color: Dean Bradshaw's colorful reality

My Studio: Jerry Ghionis shows off his Beverly Hills digs

Ready for Wedding Season: Albums and books

Free PPAedu Video: How To Create a Profitable Pet Photography Business

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Web Exclusives November

First Look at Leica's First Full-Frame Mirrorless Interchangeable Lens Camera

The just announced Leica SL (Type 601) heralds the company's first foray into the full-frame (non-rangefinder) mirrorless interchangeable lens category. Prior to release, I spent a few days shooting with an early production model—one of a handful available in the U.S. before its release.

LED in Strobe Style: Dot Line RPS CooLED Studio Light

The world of videography has very different lighting devices and light-shaping tools from the world of still photography. Many aren't attractive to still photographers who already own electronic strobes with umbrellas and soft boxes and plan to remain primarily still photographers. The easiest transition into video lighting is with high-intensity LED video lights designed to work with the umbrellas and soft boxes we already have.

Set-up and Move Fast: Flashpoint AutoStand

Looking for a light stand that's quick and easy to move from one location to another? The Flashpoint AutoStands from Adorama, available in either a 7 or 9-foot model, are an excellent choice when it comes to maneuverability, price, and value.