New Software For Black ...

Today’s Post by Mark Toal Continuing a theme that Mark wrote about on this past Friday; today he shows yet another way to create black & white images…   Last week I learned about new software from Macphun called Tonality Pro. I use a variety of methods to convert color...

Why I Like to Use Batte...

Today’s Post by Joe Farace I get to test new digital cameras for Shutterbug magazine but regular readers of this blog know that when it comes to my personal cameras I tend to be thrifty. I may get to test and shoot with high-end expensive camera but contrary to what many people think,...

Discovering Yourself Th...

We are making photographs to understand what our lives mean to us. – Ralph Hattersley Today’s Post by Joe Farace Unlike my friend, Mark Toal, I’m not into meditation, not even a little bit but that doesn’t mean I don’t believe that a little introspection isn’t helpful for...

Mirrorless Infrared Pho...

Today’s Post by Joe Farace There are two ways to capture digital infrared images with mirrorless camera: The first is by using an infrared filter such as the Hoya R72 to the camera’s lens. Other filters, such as Singh Ray’s I-Ray or Cokin’s A007 filter, are available. The...

Shooting a Gazebo with ...

Today’s Post by Joe Farace Whenever I get a new camera or lens I like to test it by photographing a favorite location. You can read about why and how I do that here on our sister blog “Saving the World, One Pixel at a Time.” If you’re a regular reader of this blog...

Mirrorless Speedlight C...

Today’s Post by Mark Toal In the past few weeks I’ve had a chance to try out three different dedicated speedlights that work with both the Panasonic and Olympus Micro Four-thirds cameras. The Nissin Di466 is an inexpensive and small speedlight whose size fits nicely on all Micro...