Need a little creative clarity? CLARITY Magazine is available NOW!

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CLARITY Magazine launches today with a fantastic article contributed by Kevin Kubota: “Lighting Essentials: Understanding the Basics of Lightweight Location Lighting.” This article is the first of a seven-part series on lightweight location lighting.

The first issue also includes:

  • 9 videos plus a 30 minute podcast.
  • Exclusive video content including workflows, lighting essentials, and more.
  • Learn how your photography can positively affect the GREATER GOOD.
  • How to protect your data beyond obsolete technology cycles.
  • How to effectively communicate through your photography.

 

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CLARITY is a bi-monthly lifestyle magazine that explores topics focusing on making the world a better place through photography. Topics include data longevity, privacy, lighting techniques, creativity, processing in Lightroom & Photoshop, and the psychology of creative photography.

We like people who aren’t afraid to toot their own horn:

“CLARITY is a new magazine that looks at photography from the enthusiast's perspective. We go far beyond tutorials that could be easily searched on the web to provide you with the information you need to enjoy your photographic lifestyle to its fullest.”- CLARITY Magazine

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 We think this mag is pretty rad; and so is this list of other contributing authors: Piet Van den Eynde, Lindsay Ostrom, Sean McCormack, Howard Pinsky, Dave Delnea, Bill McCarroll, Michael Frye, Jay Livens, Lee Sacrey, Barry j Brady, and other guest contributors each month.

So check it out! And not just because Kevin is a contributing author, or because we know you will enjoy his seven-part series on lighting (in this first installment Kevin breaks lighting down into 11 essential lighting terms), but because the magazine is a great new resource for digital photographers and a great value (a single issue is $6.99 USD - Buy Now, and a 1-year subscription is only $29.99 USD  - Buy Now). 

Best,

Team Kubota