First Impressions: Fuji...

Today’s Post by Joe Farace It’s worth repeating that it’s been a while (how long?) since I’ve tested any camera from Fujifilm. It’s only worth mentioning because I sometimes get requests from readers asking, why don’t you write more about Fuji gear. One reason we added Jay Farrell to the...

Update: In-Camera Doubl...

Today’s Post by Mildred Alpern Homage to artists and eras gone by Pre-Raphaelites and Tahitian Gauguins Ripe flowers entwined and bold color strokes Romantic, botanic, double exposure antic Profiles in double exposure, overlaying two images, can amaze and delight you and your subject....

Photography in Abandone...

Today’s Post by Jay Farrell One of my favorite things is abandoned building photography, particularly for my fine art figure subjects. I have always loved the character, texture, and taboo of the experience. Plus trying to put together a story about what happened inside those walls when...

Mirrorless Black &...

Today’s Post by Matt Staver As a photojournalist who photographs only a limited number of weddings a year in the Denver area I don’t have a formulaic approach. Every wedding is different and each couple has different aesthetic sensibilities, families and budgets. That being said, to me,...

Digital Q&A: How M...

Today’s Post by Joe Farace There was lots of e-mail about my statement—“Even today with the massive megapixel race going on, Micro Four-thirds cameras seem stuck at a maximum of 20MP.” from my Digital Q&A: Crop or Not Crop post. Q: If you don’t like the puny megapixels in the Micro...

Mountain Greenery

Today’s Post by Mildred Alpern In a mountain greenery Where God paints the scenery ~ Lorenz Hart and Richard Rodgers A last minute decision for a weekend getaway had me scrambling to pack. Inspired by Mark Toal’s post (Take a One Lens Mirrorless Vacation), I did just that. Mounting an...