Mirrorless Q&A: Ca...

Today’s Post by Joe Farace For some time, Mark & I  have been planning to have a podcast to answer questions from Mirrorless Photo Tips readers but the latest cost estimate to accomplish this was prohibitively expensive and because we’re not close to breaking even running this blog,...

Try Infrared Photograph...

Today’s Post by Joe Farace Since I got my Panasonic Lumix G5 converted to infrared capture last year, I started feeling the same kind of euphoria that everyone who has their first IR experience feels—even though I’s been experimenting with IR capture since the 1970’s with Kodak’s...

The Most Beautiful Port...

Today’s Post by Mark Toal I was babysitting my granddaughter last week when she decided that she needed to look out the window while standing on the couch. The soft light coming in from the shady backyard lit her face perfectly. Before Lightroom and Photoshop came along I would have...

Portrait of Lydia in In...

Today’s Post by Mark Toal I have photographed Lydia several times over the years. We’ve always worked well together so when she became pregnant we naturally started planing a photo shoot. Because of my travel schedule we ended up waiting until five days before the baby was born....

How I Photograph Events

Today’s Blog Post by Barry Staver Event photography lets you rub elbows (literally) with more people than you can imagine. Like it or not, it’s part of the job. Banquet seating arrangements usually crowd tables close together, making it difficult for even the wait staff to move...

Mirrorless Boudoir ...

Today’s Post by Joe Farace You may be interested in trying boudoir or glamour photography but may think that it’s difficult and requires lots of expensive equipment but the truth is that all you really need is a camera, some lights and a subject. I’ve alreday covered the subject of...