Infrared Conversion wit...

Today’s Post by Joe Farace There are a lot of ways to convert infrared RAW files to the black & white images that many of us seem to enjoy making. One of the most basic ways I by using Photoshop and Photoshop Elements’ Channel Mixer. Channel Mixer lets you produce grayscale...

Turn Around and Go Back

Today’s Post by Mark Toal Have you ever been driving down the road and see something that you want to photograph but decide that it’s too hard or time consuming to go back? Stopping at Thunder Mountain Monument in Imlay, Nevada almost 25 years ago convinced me to stop there every time...

Mirrorless Q&A: So...

Today’s Post by Joe Farace Letters, we get letters, We get stacks an’ stacks of letters . . . Q: This one’s for Joe, why aren’t you on Facebook? A: Here’s the answer to that question in three parts: First, Mark Toal is on Facebook but I am involved in other social media...

Tips for Street Photogr...

Today’s Post by Jay Farrell Most of my professional work is documentary style wedding photography but most pros have their favorite things to photograph in their leisure as well. Because it’s fun, and it could help as a field exercise to keep us well oiled machines at what we do...

Melting Edges with the ...

Today’s Post by Mildred Alpern “Those little town blues are melting away”  John Kander and Fred Ebb In 2012, a low cost Micro Four-thirds prime lens from China, the 34mm f/1.8 Jackar Snapshooter hit the market and got mixed reviews. Intrigued by the alternating praise and disdain, I...

Rain or Shine It’s Umbr...

Today’s Post by Barry Staver As mentioned last week in Part 1, I had three game plans for this shoot. Plan A: Dynalite Strobes for fill using AC power. I brought 200+ feet of heavy AC extension cable. Plan B: Dynalite Strobes, powered by a Paul C. Buff Inverter, in case there was...