Redditor mrrej89 posted this beautiful workspace to the Battlestations subreddit. At first blush, it’s simple, almost a little boring, but then you look more closely at the details—from the lamp to the keyboard to the monitor stand to the bookshelf, it’s simple, but all well done and well built. Read more...

Hopefully you never need a dash cam, but owning one can really save your bacon in the result of an accident. This affordable Black Box model was actually your favorite dash cam in a recent Kinja Co-Op , and you can score one today for just $53, the lowest price of the year. Read more...

Headaches happen for myriad reasons : dehydration, eyestrain, drinking a wee bit much the previous night, and exercising. Yes, exercise too, and they’re just as annoying as any other headache. Here’s the difference between exercise headaches and regular head pains, and how you can best treat or avoid them. Read more...

Photographers have a dilemma. If you want your photographs to have the largest possible depth of field – from the foreground to infinity – a small aperture is absolutely necessary. At the same time, though, a small aperture causes your photograph to lose sharpness from diffraction. So, where’s the sweet spot? In this article, I…

John Bosley and I have been working hard on producing our second video course – PL Level 1: Workflow and Post-Processing. While we still have quite a bit of work to do, we are planning to wrap things up by the end of the spring this year. Meanwhile, we thought it would be a good…

After reviewing Microsoft’s Surface machines, a number of our readers requested us to also review other competing products that sport enough processing power to run photo applications like Lightroom and Photoshop. Since in my past corporate life I spent quite a bit of time with Dell PCs and servers, it was my first natural selection.…

I recently spent a very enjoyable morning photographing birds at Hendrie Valley Sanctuary at the Royal Botanical Gardens in the Hamilton Ontario area. NIKON 1 V2 + 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6 @ 300mm, ISO 360, 1/1600, f/5.6 Photography Life reader Ray Miller suggested this location to me, and since I’m relatively new to bird photography I jumped…