Infrared Capture and Re...

Today’s Post  by Joe Farace One of the tips that I always give to photographers interested in shooting infrared photographs and preferring to use a IR-converted camera instead of on-camera filters—the slow shutter speeds can be an issue— is to convert one of their older cameras ...

Enjoying a One Lens Mir...

Today’s Post by Mark Toal One weekend a month I plan on only using one lens with my mirrorless camera. And I’ll take every photo for the entire weekend with just that one lens. From time to time, I feel like I’ve been concentrating too much on the technical side and ignoring the...

Infrared Portraiture? W...

Today’s Post by Mark Toal Somewhere I read that Infrared photography is not good for portraits. Skin tones can look strange and eyes will be black was the usual reason given. By accident last week I found this is another rule that can be broken. I was shooting with a photo class in...

Black & White vs. ...

Today’s Post by Joe Farace If you’ve been reading this blog for a while, by now you’ve already figured it out that Mark and I are fond of shooting black & white photographs. Whether we do it in-camera at capture or later in post-production, we’re just crazy about black &...

Let’s Get Small

Today’s Post by Mark Toal “…we’re all gonna go out.. and get really small!”—Steve Martin Steve Martin was way ahead of his time when he coined the phrase “let’s get small” back in the 1970’s. Every once in a while I need to remind myself that mirrorless...

Ferrari Club Show on 5t...

Today’s Post by Jamie Zartman I try to get to Florida every February to visit old friends that I served with in Vietnam, take photos, and enjoy the sunshine. One of the annual events in Naples, is the Ferrari Club Show on 5th Avenue, a charity event that provides an opportunity to see...