Mirrorless Studio Portr...

From the Best of Barry Staver Photography of people is about the connection that we make with our subjects. In order to make successful photographs, we need to build trust and gain their confidence. This works best, in my opinion, with relaxed one-on-one interaction during the photo...

Springtime in the Rocki...

Today’s Post by Joe Farace “When it’s springtime in the Rockies, I’m coming back to you…”—Gene Autry While the deciduous trees here on Daisy Hill are not fully blooming due to a recent snowstorm (see my video clip on Instagram —@joefarace) and...

Shooting Your First Rod...

From the Best of Jamie Zartman Shortly after I purchased my Panasonic Lumix GH4, a friend called and asked if I wanted to go to a rodeo that evening. I was anxious to see what the GH4 could do shooting in continuous mode and immediately agreed, grabbed my cameras and went. I decided to...

Shooting Portraits usin...

Today’s Post by Joe Farace Some photographers think using studio lighting equipment is complicated to operate and too expensive but it can be neither. When making portraits, continuous light sources make the process seamless. Instead of the subject being distracted (and blinking)...

The Beauty of the Beaut...

From the Best of Mark Toal Did you ever buy a piece of photo gear that you read about or somebody mentioned and then wonder why the heck you bought it? I’ve had a Lumodi Beauty Dish that I bought a while ago but was still in the box and sitting in my office. A beauty dish is a metal...

Get a Fresh Start with ...

Today’s Post by Joe Farace I once received an e-mail from a reader asking “why do you do infrared photography, when regular photography is already so hard?” The sort answer is because it’s fun. And yes, because it captures light that is invisible it can be challenging but if...