Infrared Photography Gi...

Today’s Post by Joe Farace I once received an e-mail from a reader asking “why do you do infrared photography, when regular photography is already so hard?” The short and honest answer is because it’s fun. Your eyes typically see light from approximately 400 to 700...

Mountain Biking Sand Ca...

Today’s Post by Ken MacAdams On a previous post, I wrote about mountain biking among the conifers in the high country, northeast of Cortez, CO. The following day, I switched gears and headed to a trail 25 miles west, located in an area called McElmo Canyon. While slightly lower in...

Wordless Wednesday # 16...

Today’s Post by Milo Hess A reminder: If you would like to have one of your images featured on Wordless Wednesday, please contact us via the CONTACT button above and we’ll e-mail directions and information about image size. The photograph can be any shape, vertical, horizontal,...

A Cinderella Story

Today’s Post by Mildred Alpern Wedding photography is a lucrative business, a unique specialty in demand. Websites advertise images that evoke dreamy fairytale scenes replete with beautiful brides and handsome grooms sharing their special hitching day. A friend is marrying soon. She told...

Shooting with Fisheye L...

Today’s Post by Joe Farace The term fisheye, when used in relation to lens design, was originally coined in 1906 by American physicist Robert W. Wood who based it on how a fish would see an ultra-wide hemispherical view from beneath the water (aka “Snell’s window.”) Yes, this is...

Wordless Wednesday # 15...

Today’s Post By Ken MacAdams   A reminder: Wordless Wednesday is back. If only for this month. If you would like to have one of your images featured on Wordless Wednesday, please email us via the CONTACT button above and we’ll send you directions and information on image size. The...