Must-Have Tools for Mir...

Today’s post by Mark Toal In several recent posts I’ve talked about how to use your mirrorless camera to record video. I’ve been shooting video for a few years and have tried almost every accessory that people told me is necessary for shooting good video. It all comes down to three...

How To Pose Portrait Su...

Today’s Post by Joe Farace When it comes to photographing people it’s not just about the equipment, it is mostly about your interaction with a subject. Many times I’ve seen photographers making portraits and expecting the subjects to do all the work. That may be true when you’re...

How I Shot John Jacob A...

Today’s Post by Mark Toal Some color combinations grab my attention every time and I just have to take the photo. Blue and yellow is the main one that I can’t resist. This color combination appeals to most people but since moving to the Northwest with its long gray winters I find it...

What Inspires You to Ma...

Today’s Post by Joe Farace Photographers get inspiration for their work from many places. One of my friends  finds it in old world master’s paintings; I get inspired by new things: It can be a new camera, new lens, or just a new place to make images. Recently it was a new lens—the...

Drone Diary Part 1 or H...

Today’s Post by Mark Toal Quadcopters (or drones) have captured my attention ever since I saw the first DJI Quadcopter. I didn’t buy one for a long time because I was afraid it was going to be one of those photo toys that ended up sitting in the closet. I just couldn’t figure out what I...

Camera Walking with Car...

Today’s Post by Mark Toal A friend of mine told me to check out the Camera Walking blog and on Facebook. My first thought was I wished that I had thought of that name before Carol Vipperman and Michelle Burkheimer. Combining creativity, fitness and health they photograph the world as...