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...

Shooting with Enhanced ...

As I’ve gained more experience in working with a Panasonic Lumix G6 that was converted with an Enhanced IR filter Ive had a change of heart. This filter is equivalent to 665nm filter and allows more color to pass through to the sensor and is especially suited for color IR...

Steps to Somewhere

“I’ll build a stairway to Paradise With a new step every day” ~ George Gershwin Today’s Post by Mildred Alpern If looking for an evocative theme that teases the imagination, outdoor railings and stairways may provide one. Mine are often found in parks for ascending...

Mirrorless Q&A: Wh...

Today’s Post by Joe Farace For some time, Mark & I have been planning a podcast to answer questions from Mirrorless Photo Tips readers but can’t afford it at the present time. That’s one reason why the Support Us button was added. If you’re tech savvy and would like to donate your...

In The Land of Enchantm...

Today’s Post by Joe Farace Because of New Mexico’s scenic beauty and rich history, the state’s nickname is “The Land of Enchantment” (Tierra del Encanto); that nickname was officially adopted in 1999. I’ve always enjoyed going to Albuquerque with Mary when...

Infrared Capture and Re...

Today’s Post  by Joe Farace One of the tips that I always give to photographers interested in shooting infrared photographs and preferring to use a IR-converted camera instead of on-camera filters—the slow shutter speeds can be an issue— is to convert one of their older cameras ...