Travels with an Infrare...

Today’s Post by Mark Toal “There are two kinds of people in the world, observers and non-observers…”― John Steinbeck, Travels with Charley I’ve been traveling a lot for work lately and shooting more with my infrared converted Lumix GX7. Joe and I are both lovers of Infrared...

Shooting Hummingbirds w...

Today’s Post by Barry Staver I’m so happy to have made the switch from SLRs to mirrorless cameras and these photographs are another concrete example to my justification. Throughout my career I’ve shot sports, wildlife, and other fast moving subjects with fast, long glass. I...

What’s Your Next ...

From “The Best of Mark Toal” Whenever I attend a camera event or meet somebody that has a Micro Four-thirds camera one of the first questions they ask is “what lens should I buy next?” Frequently they have already purchased a Panasonic Lumix or Olympus  body along with a kit...

Photographing the Magic...

Today’s Post  by Jamie Zartman I recently had to drive to Montrose, Colorado, and noticed an interesting bus sitting near the highway. The light was really flat and I wanted to put some ‘magic” in the photos of this bus.  I grabbed my always ready Panasonic LX100 and...

Using Remote Tethered C...

From the ‘Best of Mark Toal’ Controlling your camera from your computer has been around for a while, but it has recently become available for the Panasonic Lumix GH4. New tethering software that’s available from Promote Control Systems allows you to control you camera...

How I Shot ‘Sunri...

From the ‘Best of Mark Toal’ The above photograph is another example of why you should always have a camera with you even when you’re barely awake on a 6:30 AM flight from Portland to San Diego. After getting up at 4 AM to catch the flight, I was trying to decide between...