Questions from Mirrorle...

Today’s Post by Mark Toal There are a couple of questions I frequently see in e-mails that I think are important enough to answer in a blog post. Question: Do you post process the images on this blog and social media sites like Facebook and Instagram? Mark: Yes, they have almost all had...

I’m Hooked on Infrared...

Today’s Post by Mark Toal I’ve been reading Joe’s blog posts about shooting digital infrared for quite a while. Every time I read one of them my interest got a little stronger so when my co-worker Jack Salamanchuk offered to loan me a Panasonic Lumix G7 that he had converted to Infrared...

Using a Hand-Held Light...

Point> Counterpoint to my post Do You Really Need a Flash Meter? Today’s Post by Joe Farace All mirrorless cameras have built-in light metering  and most even have some kind of spot metering functions but I still occasionally use a hand-held meter when photographing people. My...

Registration and Flying...

Today’s Post by Mark Toal Quadcopters were supposed to be the big gift item for the 2015 holiday season, but I haven’t seen any flying around my neighborhood. People and stores that I’ve asked about quadcopter sales say that most of the ones sold were the smaller toy type that is...

How Do I Find Models

Today’s Post by Joe Farace This afternoon, I will be having coffee with a model who contacted me via e-mail about working together, which got me to thinking about this post. Next to how to do I pronounce my name (it’s’ Fa-race, by the way) the most popular question I’m asked  is...

Learning Video: Taking ...

Today’s Post by Mark Toal In the movie What About Bob, Bill Murray plays a character that is terrified of anything new or different. His therapist convinces him to take baby steps into any new situation. That’s my new approach to learning to shoot and share video. I’m not new to video. I...