A Complete Lightweight Video Rig Perfect for quick videos, vlogs, and more!

I’ve been experimenting with trying to shoot shorter videos for the site, and just put this little rig together! Read on to learn more about everything I used.

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More X100F! Lauren's thoughts + more sample photos

We’ve still been shooting with the Fuji X100F everyday during our trip (follow us on Instagram here).

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SoftRAID Review A Must-Have Disk Utility for Mac

A video review of one of my favourite utility programs for Mac: SoftRAID.

SoftRAID is basically a disk utility program that allows you to connect multiple hard drives together to act as one big hard drive. SoftRAID also has awesome features for testing disks before use, drive monitoring, and email notification of drive failure.

You can learn more about SoftRAID and test out a 30-day free trial here: https://www.softraid.com/

Video: How To Get Kids To Smile For A Photo And why bribery gets hilarious results.

Ok, confession. I find it challenging to get a good photo of my kids smiling at the camera. As much as I love photojournalistic images of them, sometimes I just want them to look at me with a natural smile, darnit!

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Video: What I Do When I’m Photographically Overwhelmed Pick one thing to focus on!

Often when you’re out shooting the photographic possibilities might feel a bit overwhelming. I get it!

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New tutorial on VIDEO is here! Learn how to shoot awesome video today

Happy news! Our newest tutorial How to Shoot Awesome Video! is finally here!

We’re so excited for you to see how much love we’ve put into this latest guide.

Want to see how you can add video to your growing list of skills? Then you should definitely check out the tutorial here.

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Peak Design Everyday Messenger: 13″ vs. 15″ A comparison of the two sizes of the crazy popular bag

Ever since the Peak Design Everyday Messenger bag came out, it’s been our go-to choice when we have to pack up the cameras for the day. (Check out our full review of the original bag here.)

With features like a quick-adjust strap, a top access zipper, and a snazzy one-handed magnetic opening system, it’s a blast to use (and looks spiffy too).

My biggest complaint, however, was that it was just too big for me. The original bag was made to hold a 15″ laptop and all of your DSLR gear. As a 5’6″ gal, it was pretty giant on my frame, and so I just admired it longingly while Rob toted it around. Darn him and his giantness.

So when the team at Peak Design announced that they were making a smaller version? Yep, sign me up.

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