Field Test: Fujifilm X-...

Today’s Post by Joe Farace In the last few weeks I’ve been carrying around the Fujifilm X-T2 and while I have yet to make what would be called great looking images with the camera—I tried when Mark was in Colorado—I did manage to come up with some strong impressions about the camera....

Auto Review and Chimpin...

Today’s Post by Mark Toal The first thing I do when I get a new camera is turn off Auto Review. Auto Review is the camera setting that shows you the photo that you just took on the LCD or in the viewfinder of a mirrorless camera. On my Panasonic camera it’s set for two seconds. On a DSLR...

Hidden Gems: The Magic ...

Today’s Post by Barry Staver Well, not like the magician who pulls rabbits out of the hat or pulls an egg out from behind a kids’s ear. Certainly not like sawing the gorgeous assistant in half, but photographically speaking, it’s appropriately named. The Manfrotto Magic Arm has...

A New Camera!

Today’s Post by Mildred Alpern What a difference a day makes  Twenty four little hours ~ Music Maria Grever and Lyrics Stanley Adams Kaboom, it happened. After my recent post (To Buy or not To Buy), I bought. My Olympus E-M5 conked out while on a shooting spree. I heard a whoosh and that...

Shooting a Triathlon fr...

Today’s Post by Mary Farace Being a spectator at a triathlon at a beautiful venue is a great photo op, especially when you have someone to follow throughout the race. I was fortunate to be visiting my friend and world-class athlete, (also named) Mary last Saturday, just in time for the...

Well-Balanced Mixed Lig...

Today’s Post by Barry Staver Nope, that’s not an oxymoron. It’s really possible to achieve correct color images using several types of light. In my opinion lighting is one of, if not the most important, ingredient of a successful photograph. Poorly lit shots are boring, generally lack...