In This Issue October

A look at male and female portraiture. Commercial photography from Ian Spanier, and architectural photography from Randy Van Duinen. Win an AlienBees flash unit, and learn about a new Tamron camera lens. We review your options for studio management software and tour a very successful multi-location studio. Imaging USA speakers share loads of tips, and PPA President Michael Timmons reflects on mentors.

Table of Contents

Manly Pursuits: Jeff Rojas Knows What Suits Men

Master Builder: Understanding the Architecture Market

Portraits as Fine Art: Printing's as Important as Image Making

Octabank Vs. Beauty Dish: Tony Corbell Shows You How

Free PPAedu Video: Creative Vision: Wireless TTL Flash

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Web Exclusives October

Ezybox Softens Speedlights the Easy Way

When you're working on location, sometimes it's really nice to rely on speedlights. They're compact, portable, and the TTL features are handy. But when it comes to diffusing the light, it can be tough to find a soft box that is similarly portable and of good quality. That’s where the Ezybox Speed-lite comes in.

First Look: Sony Cyber-shot RX10 II

The latest bridge camera from Sony, the 20.2-megapixel Cyber-shot RX10 II looks and feels much like its RX10 predecessor. Equipped with a constant f/2.8, 24-200mm-equivalent (8.8-73.3mm) Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T*zoom lens, the body measures 5.125 x 3.5 x 4.125 inches and weighs about 1 pound 12.7 ounces with battery and media card.