Exploring Low Light Pho...

Today’s Post by Mark Toal It always surprises me what I learn when trying out a new camera or lens. Low light photography has always been a challenge with Micro Four-thirds (MFT) cameras because one of the benefits to camera with a larger sensor is that images shot at higher ISO’s...

Rainy Day Play

Today’s Post by Mildred Alpern Rainy days with whipping winds present indoor occasions to try out two different prime macro lenses, the Olympus M. Zuiko 60mm f/2.8 and the Olympus M. Zuiko 30mm f/3.5. My husband is a collector of objet d’art, and on his bureau is a gathering of friendly...

Capturing Winter’...

Today’s Post by Mildred Alpern The northeast end of Central Park is known as Harlem Meer. It is a fine spot for photographing in every season with its man-made lake, wildlife natural habitat, and surrounding hills. It has rolling slopes for sledding in winter.  The first real snowstorm...

First Impressions: Olym...

Today’s Post by Joe Farace In which I answer Jerry’s question: “In several recent posts you promised a review of the Olympus EM-1 Mark II. Where is it?” Well, Jerry, here’s part one… Let’s get the elephant in the room out of the way. Everybody and...

Street Photography in t...

Today’s Post by Mildred Alpern Whipped cream mixer high Snowflakes spurting and spreading In crystal ball glass It was the first serious snowstorm in NYC this year. Most of the day, a fine snow fell and the wind howled. However, towards late afternoon the snow picked up and became...

Digital Q&A: Revie...

Today’s Post by Joe Farace “Danger, Danger Will Robinson”—robot from Lost in Space We always enjoy hearing from our readers, even when they’re not so happy about us not following up on promises as Jerry, an Olympus shooter, asked me in a recent e-mail. Q: In several recent posts...