thinkTank photo Glass Taxi in Review | thinkTank, Photography
thinkTank photo Glass Taxi in Review
The thinkTank backpacks are famous and are designed for carrying big lenses, especially for airport travel. The Glass Taxi being one of the more compact designs and yet this padded lens case disguises large lenses and allows the photographer to carry a 400 f2.8 or 500 f4, and can be carried as either a shoulder bag or a backpack.
Danny O'Byrne [danob] - Contributing Columnist

Nik Software Complete Collection In Review | Nik Software, Photoshop, Adobe, CS4, CS5, Lightroom
Nik Software Complete Collection In Review
There has been a major renaissance in photography since the dawn of the digital age, and the digital darkroom has never been better. However, for the professional, many hours need to be spent to master the programs. Yet, the use of plug-in filters has considerably lessened the steep learning curve to more manageable proportions. Nik Software, based in San Diego, California, has been at the cutting edge of this revolution since 1995, and produced some of my personal favourites, and the Complete Collection on offer seems to be a good value when you consider the cost of buying each one
Daniel O'Byrne [danob] - Contributing Columnist

Adobe Photoshop CS4 Extended...A Photographer's viewpoint | Adobe, Photoshop CS4, photography, HDR, Camera Raw
Adobe Photoshop CS4 Extended...A Photographer's viewpoint
Any new release from Adobe is, for me, an exciting event, relying as I do on Photoshop in particular, along with Bridge and Lightroom 2 for all of my photography workflow. I have been looking forward to this new release, and in anticipation of going the whole hog and making the most of the Adobe Master Collection, in this review I thought it would be good to cover the trials and tribulations, as well as the delights of what users will encounter with Photoshop CS4 Extended.
Daniel O'Byrne [danob] - Contributing Columnist - 1 opinion posted

A Look at Adobe® Photoshop® Lightroom™ 2 | Adobe, Photoshop, Lightroom, CS3, CS4, photo
A Look at Adobe® Photoshop® Lightroom™ 2
Lightroom 2 was again first made available as a Beta version in order for users to provide feedback, and it would appear that Adobe felt there has been enough improvements over the 1.4 version to make this a full new version rather than an update. In fact, Adobe has thought of almost everything that both amateur photographers and professionals could wish for with this release.
Daniel O'Byrne [danob] - Contributing Columnist

Phase One's "Capture One 4"
Phase One's "Capture One 4"
This Danish company has been trail blazing their way in the Digital Raw processing software for a number of years and the benchmark Phase One Pro has been one of the best products on the market for precise and accurate refinement of raw camera data for many Pro and serious amateur photographers.
Product review by Daniel O'Byrne [danob] - Contributing Columnist - 2 opinions posted

Adobe Lightroom 1.3 Review
Adobe Lightroom 1.3 Review
A brand-new workflow tool that combines image editing and photo management with the ability to produce slide shows, high-quality prints, and Web portfolios. Lightroom is designed as a professional-level product that also appeals to serious amateur photographers.
Review by Danny O'Byrne [danob] - Contributing Columnist - 7 opinions posted

Review of Mystical Lighting
Review of Mystical Lighting
Auto FX started out life as a small developer of plug-ins for Adobe Photoshop in the early 1990's and have gone on to become, in my view, one of the biggest and best providers of special effect plug-in filters in the world. Mystical Lighting, the subject of this review, is one of my favourite filters that I use for both my Photography and digital artwork.
Review by Danny O'Byrne [danob] - Contributing Columnist - 4 opinions posted

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