Little Things Mean a Lo...

From the Best of Mark Toal Now and forever , that always and ever Little things mean a lot—Kitty Kallen Mark’s Photo Tip of the Day: Pay attention to the details. It’s so easy to get lost in our own thoughts or looking at our smartphone that we miss a lot of the amazing small...

Continuous Lighting and...

Today’s Post  by Joe Farace Everybody knows that higher ISO settings produce more  noise but that threshold is a constantly moving target. In my original Shutterbug review of the Nikon D800 I shot images at ISO 12,800 and said, “Being able to shoot (high quality) images at high ISO...

Travel Photography: One...

Today’s Post by Mark Toal Every New Year I make a resolution to simplify and get rid of things in my life. For the past month or so I have tired to just use one camera and one lens when I travel. My favorite combination is the Panasonic Lumix GX85 with the Leica DG Summilux 15mm f/1.7...

Street Photography in t...

Today’s Post by Mildred Alpern Whipped cream mixer high Snowflakes spurting and spreading In crystal ball glass It was the first serious snowstorm in NYC this year. Most of the day, a fine snow fell and the wind howled. However, towards late afternoon the snow picked up and became...

Digital Q&A: Revie...

Today’s Post by Joe Farace “Danger, Danger Will Robinson”—robot from Lost in Space We always enjoy hearing from our readers, even when they’re not so happy about us not following up on promises as Jerry, an Olympus shooter, asked me in a recent e-mail. Q: In several recent posts...

Another Take on Infrare...

Today’s Post by Joe Farace “From the research that I’ve done it seems that the bright Arizona sun caused he pupils to be smaller which is where the dark area is. If I had been shooting in a darker scene where the pupils were more dilated I would have gotten darker eyes.”—Mark Toal...