Meet Mark at CES 2017

Today’s Post by Joe Farace In my ‘Kicking of a Mirrorless New Year” post, I mentioned that during 2017 I would attempt to do a better job next year in putting Mark’s travel schedule on-line so that you can get a chance to say ‘Hi’ to him in person. So here’s...

Working with RAW files

Today’s Post by Mark Toal Whenever a new camera is released I frequently am asked, “Why won’t my version of Adobe Lightroom or Photoshop read the RAW files?” A RAW file is a camera file format that most cameras can shoot along with the traditional JPEG format. RAW files are specific to...

Cemeteries in the Rain

Today’s Post by Mildred Alpern Cemeteries are sober places and on rainy days, the raindrops add a sense of sorrow. They are quiet places separated from the daily bustle and activity of life. There is placid beauty In this setting where tablets and gravestones in serried rows commemorate...

2017 Changes and Blog b...

Today’s Post by Joe Farace “Ch-ch-ch-ch-Changes (Turn and face the strange)” —David Bowie You will be seeing a few  changes to the blog this year but one thing that hasn’t changed in the three years that Mark and I along with our talented band of...

New Year’s Resolu...

Today’s Post by Joe Farace Over the past several years, my personal photography has enjoyed a sort of renaissance. This burst of creativity is sometimes the topic of dinner table conversations between Mary and me. She sometimes credits a change in camera brands from the system I’d...

Do You Really Need A Fu...

From the Best of Mark Toal The full frame sensors used in DSLRs ostensibly measure the standard 24 x 36mm film standard, the Nikon 600 for example has a 35.9 x 24 mm imaging sensor. The Micro-Four Thirds standard  sensor size is 18 × 13.5mm. So tell me again why you need a full frame...