Answering Reader Questi...

Today’s Video by Barry Staver and Joe Farace Click and Flash, the Snapit Brothers* are back in Studio B and they’re answering reader questions, most of which in this episode are related to exposure. That’s because obtaining proper exposure is the second most popular...

The Wrong Lens? Maybe N...

Today’s Post by Mildred Alpern A blue-sky afternoon beckoned for a casual car ride north on Riverside Drive. The unplanned destination for the walkabout became Grant’s Tomb, an imposing neoclassical building along the Hudson River, rising 150 feet above ground level, in a perfect...

Who Cropped My Sensor?

Today’s Post by Joe Farace For reasons that I don’t understand, the term “crop sensor” gets tossed around by people on the Internet when they referrto digital cameras with sensor sizes smaller than 24x36mm. Unlike Who Shot Roger Rabbit, it’;s why cropped my sensor....

Lensbaby Trio 28 Lens f...

Today’s Post by Mark Toal Lensbaby recently introduced the Trio 28, a new 3-in-1 lens for Sony, Fuji and Micro Four-thirds cameras. The Trio has a unique three-lens turret that allows you to choose from three lenses without taking the lens on and off the camera. I have been shooting with...

Headshots: Gone to the ...

Today’s Post by Mildred Alpern “You must have been a beautiful baby…”— Johnny Mercer, 1938 Owners are pleased and proud when I compliment their dogs and request a photo. The dogs, on command, sit and exhibit their personality. My usual daily haunt, Riverside Park in NYC, offers ample...

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...