Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video Introduction to Photo Gear Weekly, part of Photo Gear Weekly.
- Photography, by its nature, involves gear. Photo gear and potentially lots of it. If you're like me, a little bit of a photo geek, you want to know about every possible option when it comes to gear. I'm Tim Grey, a New York-based photographer and this is Photo Gear Weekly. Each week, we'll talk to you about some sort of piece of photo gear that you might consider for your workflow. Maybe something that you're already using or a product you've never even heard of. This is not going to be about product reviews or trying to get you to buy a piece of gear every week. It's really just to inform you about what's available, what products you might not have known about that you'd like to know about, tips for using specific gear, and a variety of other topics related to photo gear.
From time to time, of course, we'll be on the streets of New York City. We'll visit B&H Photo in New York to get some expert guidance on choosing specific bits of photo gear and we'll venture to other locations as well. So, if you'd like to learn more about photo gear, tools that you might incorporate in your own workflow, be sure to tune in every week for a new episode of Photo Gear Weekly.
Skill Level Intermediate
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