As Time Goes By

Today’s Post by Mildred Alpern “You must remember this…” In a soft misting rain, I spotted the five-foot time capsule on its black granite base outside the Weston Pavilion plaza entry at the New York City Museum of Natural History. Silver and gleaming with welcoming wings, the closed...

Another February in Flo...

Today’s Post by Jamie Zartman Naples, Florida has spectacular botanical gardens, which provides an abundance of photo opportunities and challenges for a photographer. The light was quite bright and harsh and combined with dark shadows in many of the garden areas during the time I was...

The February Surprise

Today’s Post by Mildred Alpern In the final days of February, a solitary tree in the Crab Apple Grove of Riverside Park in NYC burst prematurely into flowering song. Quirky 70- degree weather a few days before may have hastened the blooming. Amidst the bare-branched trees in the grove,...

We’d Like You to ...

Today’s Post by Joe Farace Mark and I would like to thank Mildred Alpern, Barry Staver, Matt Staver and Jamie Zartman for their contributions. We could not operate this blog without their help. Because a blog is like a living organism and constantly need to be fed we need to add to this...

Another February in Flo...

Today’s Post by Jamie Zartman Florida in February is a wonderful place to find and make wildlife photographs. The birds are resplendent in their mating plumage and the Everglades create a wildlife palette for photographers. The combination of the Olympus E-M1 Mark II and Panasonic Leica...

Sharp or Just Acceptabl...

Today’s Post by Joe Farace For my digital image processing, I use a 5K iMac and it’s changed the way I view and work with older images. Images made with older, lower resolution digital cameras and viewed on older, softer CRT monitors don’t compare with how they looked on...