Seeing the Light, part ...

Today’s Post by Mark Toal Until I moved to Portland, Oregon I had always taken the light for granted. The sun was almost always shining in Miami where I grew up and Reno where I moved in my early 20’s then to California for 25 years of more sun. Eight years ago I moved to Portland,...

Are You a Street Photog...

The subtitle of this post could be “Why I’m not a Street Photographer” because it’s not a genre that I’m not comfortable shooting but one of my (few) resolutions is to try to do it. I might even do a PhotoWalk in Downtown Denver and will post about it here as soon as some warmer weather...

Keeping it All in Focus

Today’s Post by Mark Toal For the past few years the trend has been towards images with shallow depth-of-field. Photographers want faster lenses with smaller apertures to get as little in focus as possible. f/1.4 lenses aren’t good enough so we now have f/1.2 options. Throughout...

Perfect Exposures Thoug...

Today’s Post by Joe Farace Even back in the film days, the number one question I was asked by workshop attendees was, “how can I make the prefect exposure?” Some photographers feel that prefect exposure is only possible when shooting in Manual exposure mode and are surprised to...

Learning to See the Lig...

There is no better way or topic to kick off the New Year than Mark’s post on “Learning to See the Light.” Today’s Post by Mark Toal I’ve read and heard that photography is all about the light. I understood that people meant, but that didn’t help. I always...

Happy New Year – ...

Today’s Post by Joe Farace & Mark Toal Wow, it’s been two years since we started this blog and we want to thank all of you for dropping by each day—Monday through Friday—for tips, tools and techniques for getting the most our of your mirrorless cameras. And thanks for...