Drown Yourself in Tulip...

Today’s Post by Mildred Alpern If you could drown yourself in tulips, What a swim that would be Cavorting with silken sheen petals Floating in a variegated sea Rising and falling with the breezy tide Of flowers in serried array Plumbing the depths of their secret hearts Coiled in their...

Portrait of Lydia in In...

Today’s Post by Mark Toal I have photographed Lydia several times over the years. We’ve always worked well together so when she became pregnant we naturally started planing a photo shoot. Because of my travel schedule we ended up waiting until five days before the baby was born....

How I Photograph Events

Today’s Blog Post by Barry Staver Event photography lets you rub elbows (literally) with more people than you can imagine. Like it or not, it’s part of the job. Banquet seating arrangements usually crowd tables close together, making it difficult for even the wait staff to move...

Mirrorless Boudoir ...

Today’s Post by Joe Farace You may be interested in trying boudoir or glamour photography but may think that it’s difficult and requires lots of expensive equipment but the truth is that all you really need is a camera, some lights and a subject. I’ve alreday covered the subject of...

Travels with an Infrare...

Today’s Post by Mark Toal “There are two kinds of people in the world, observers and non-observers…”― John Steinbeck, Travels with Charley I’ve been traveling a lot for work lately and shooting more with my infrared converted Lumix GX7. Joe and I are both lovers of Infrared...

How I Made My Favorite ...

Today’s Post by Mildred Alpern On a side path, heading toward the Hudson River, I saw Riverside Park Conservancy workers clearing out debris and trimming shrubs.  A John Deere utility vehicle was parked on the path. Impressive it stood, its cargo box loaded with cuttings and tools....