Wide Angle Lenses and L...

Today’s Port by Mark Toal After writing about how much I love wide-angle lenses I bought the Leica/Lumix 25mm f/1.4 lens as a birthday present to myself. In 35mm terms, the 25mm lens has the same angle-of-view as a 50mm lens, so it’s not exactly a wide angle lens! I had told myself...

HDR and Time Lapse Cont...

Today’s Post by Mark Toal A couple of weeks ago I wrote about the Promote Systems USB tethering control now available for the Panasonic Lumix GH4. Another product from Promote  Systems is the Promote Control for shooing time-lapse, HDR image’s, HDR panorama’s and HDR time-lapse images....

Holiday Gift Ideas: Lum...

Today’s Post by Mark Toal This little lens was designed for the Panasonic Lumix GM series of cameras. The GM series are the smallest Micro Four-thirds cameras that Panasonic makes and come in a kit with a very small 12-32mm Lumix lens. Both lenses lens will work on any Micro...

Wireless Speedlights in...

Today’s Post by Barry Staver My desire to switch from an SLR to a mirrorless camera system has been slowed by the lack of a dedicated wireless flash system. There are several third-party flash systems but most only work in manual mode. I’m often shooting fast moving events or certainly...

Filters for Mirrorless ...

Today’s Post by Joe Farace While many digital SLRs have built in color (red, blue, green, yellow, etc) digital filters that can be used with the camera’s monochrome modes to affect tonality of the final image, there are some “real” filters that are ideally suited to mirrorless cameras....

Using Lenses With a Wid...

Today’s Post by Joe Farace In the last post in my Landscape Photography series I introduced you to my four guidelines that could be used for your own explorations in landscape photography. Number two was: Use a wide angle-of-view. Angle of view describes the angular extent of a scene...