In This Issue *February

Table of Contents


David Sixt Pairs Passion with Patience


Travel: The Ever-Wandering Elia Locardi


Review Your Annual Marketing Program


Review: Tamron SP 24-70mm f/2.8 Lens


Free PPAedu Video: The Wedding Consultation with Carrie Wildes


 


Web Exclusives *February

Epiphanie Bags Keep Function in Style

It wasn't long ago that the photography industry started seeing a growing influx of products designed for female photographers, and Epiphanie bags was one of the first to come out with quality camera bags designed for the needs and tastes of women in the industry.

Olympus MFT Earns Flagship Status: OM-D E-M1 Review

Olympus has a new flagship camera, and it’s not a DSLR. In fact, the introduction of the 16-megapixel, Micro Four Thirds (MFT) OM-D E-M1 effectively signals the end of the company’s DSLR line. But even photographers with a stash of Olympus standard Four Thirds lenses will be able to take advantage of the E-M1’s feature set and new on-chip Dual Fast AF autofocus system..

Creativity and Inspiration, an Excerpt from "Inspiration in Photography" by Brooke Shaden

What is it specifically about creativity that so many people shy away from? Why is it normal to think that creativity is something reserved for the obviously artistic? The reason lies in our perception of creativity and how we interact with that notion.