Sky-High Street Photogr...

We’re the couple in the castle  Way up high in the air” – Frank Loesser, Hoagy Carmichael Today’s Post by Mildred Alpern To shoot ”street photography” high up from the pavement below, you need a parallel perch and a  super-telephoto lens. I have both and an intriguing...

Choosing the Right Lens...

Today’s Post by Mark Toal In my job with Panasonic I get a lot of questions from mirrorless shooters about which lens to buy and why. Lots of people, including myself, fall in love with a lens just because it works great in low light or is a long zoom lens. It can be hard to step back...

Mirrorless Q&A: Wh...

Today’s Post by Joe Farace Q: Where do Mark and I come up with ideas for our blog posts? A: Most often they come from the kind of photography that we’re doing right now. Now that summer’s finally here I expect more posts about car photography, mostly on JoeFaraceShootsCars.com but...

To Buy or Not To Buy

“Money makes the world go around The world go around The world go around”  … Author Unknown Today’s Post by Mildred Alpern Consumer culture depends on consumption and I’ve played my part. In 2012, based on glowing reviews and opting for better equipment, I purchased the newly released...

Hidden Gems: JP Camera ...

Today’s Post by Mark Toal I recently wrote a blog post about the JB Camera Designs wooden grip that I use on my Infrared Lumix GX7 camera. I painted the walnut grip red so I can quickly identify the camera as being Infrared. When I heard they had a wooden grip available for my Lumix GX85...

Digital Q&A: Why M...

Today’s Post by Joe Farace Q: I understand why Mark uses Micro Four-thirds camera but why does Joe? Doesn’t his experience in working with all SLRs make him more interested in cameras with bigger sensors like Fuji and Sony? A: I first encountered the Micro Four-thirds system in...