Check out the 5 tools below that could possibly give you that edge.
- ILFORD GALERIE Premium papers– This line of inkjet photo papers offers ardent amateurs and photography students an array of inkjet papers. Perfect for printing an A+ shot, the PREMIUM line combines ILFORD’s well-known high quality printing results with an affordable price tag that makes fine art prints attainable for student printing projects
- Custom SLR Glide Strap – For the on-the-go photography student, the Custom SLR Guide Strap makes it easy to always be camera-ready. Ideal for long walks to and from class or a lengthy studio shoot with a need to be hands-free, the Custom SLR Glide Strap conforms to the shoulder, distributes weight evenly and is designed for quick, easy and gliding access to the camera for those unexpected moments where inspiration strikes
- TrekPak – Transporting gear across campus or to various shooting locations can be comfortable, organized and efficient with the TrekPak offerings, an innovative and easy-to-use padded divider system. With offerings in various shapes and sizes, photography students can ensure that their gadgets are protected.
- Datacolor Spyder4Pro – Nothing will cause more frustration for a visual arts student that off-color print results! With this display color calibration solution, photography students can assume the quality of creative professionals, offering color accurate results on desktops, laptops, iPads and iPhones and creating stand-out work.
- Lexar® Platinum II SDHC™ UHS-I Card – Designed for photo and video students and enthusiasts, the Lexar Platinum II Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC™) UHS-I card is a high-speed, high-capacity card for sustained rapid-fire picture-taking and full-motion video. Pair it with a fast card reader so you don’t waste precious study time transferring files and images.
You don’t necessarily need to have all these 5 tools to push you to the top. You simply need to select the tools you feel is necessary for the goal you’d like to accomplish.
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