On the Ice with Millie

Today’s Post by Mildred Alpern Invited to watch a hockey match at Chelsea Piers in NYC, I grabbed my Olympus M. Zuiko 40-150 f/2.8 Pro lens and headed off to the rink. The first thing I noticed was a six-foot high Plexiglas on a waist-high wall encircling the perimeter of the rink to...

Tripping to Amsterdam

Today’s Post by Ken MacAdams Called the Venice of the north, Amsterdam doesn’t play second fiddle to the grand Italian city. We all have a mental picture of this land famous for tulips, old wooden windmills, and miles of waterways and I decided to see a piece of it. Call it crazy,...

Food for Thought

Today’s Post by Mildred Alpern If you are reading this, in all probability you are a photographer who loves taking pictures and looking at what others shoot. As you import your images onto a computer, you relive that moment when you took that scene—where you were, who was there, what you...

Wordless Wednesday #12:...

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How I Enjoyed and Photo...

Today’s Post by Barry Staver I’ve spent my entire career behind the camera, looking thru that tiny viewfinder or slightly larger LCD screen. I’ve seen and photographed more people and events than I can recall. Been to more places than ever dreamed possible. Yet I’ve missed much of the...

Cats!

Today’s Post by Mildred Alpern Cats are fun to photograph given their unique personalities and unexpected poses. The three that I recently photographed in a New York City apartment are no longer kittens. All grown up, they are very affectionate and people friendly. Most times they...