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...

How I Photographed Jenn...

Today’s Post by Mark Toal A few weeks ago at the WPPI (Wedding and Portrait Photographer) show in Las Vegas I ran into Jennie and Nick posing in the Sigma booth. In the past, they have posed for Panasonic at trade shows and Jennie can be spotted in Sigma posters in your local camera...

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...

Portraits by Window Lig...

From the Best of Mark Toal In the fall, the sun is lower in the sky. I love this time of year for creating natural light portraits. There is a warmth and softness to the light like no other time during year. Throw in a few clouds like we get here in the Northwest and you have a giant...

Another February in Flo...

Today’s Post by Jamie Zartman Well, it’s February again, time to fly again from Colorado to Florida, to visit a Navy friend who served with me in Vietnam and introduced me to photography, and also to see the annual Ferrari show on 5th avenue, and later catch some of Florida’s amazing...

The Wrong Lens in the R...

Today’s Post by Mark Toal I love it when a Mirrorless Photo Tips reader or a customer I meet through Panasonic asks a question that causes me to see things in a new way. A customer recently contacted me with problems focusing his new Leica 100-400mm lens on a Panasonic GX8. I suspected...