How I Made “Last ...

Right now, the leaves are changing color and falling off meaning that—what I like to call—Infrared Season is fast coming to a close. So I headed off to McCabe Meadows open space to shoot what I expect to be the last of the season’s IR images. (Hey, I could be wrong.) The above...

3 Cameras, 30 Balloons,...

Today’s Post  by Jamie Zartman A few weeks ago I decided to drive to Snowmass, Colorado early in the morning to see if I could catch the balloon launch for the annual Snowmass Balloon Festival. I took along a Panasonic Lumix GH4 with a Lumix 100-300 lens, an Olympus EM-10 with...

How I Made ‘Rat R...

Today’s Post by Mark Toal It’s Rat Rod wRensday…. The above photograph is another example of why I always carry a camera with me. I was in Lebanon, Tennessee for the Redneck Rumble, a meeting of Rat Rod car owners. I got up early on the day of the event and walked out...

HDR Revisited

Today’s Post by Mark Toal I don’t usually think of myself as an HDR photographer but I frequently get asked, or it’s assumed that my images are HDR. HDR stands for High Dynamic Range and is usually associated with one image made from several different images shot at different...

Focusing in Infrared Ph...

Today’s Post  by Joe Farace Focusing can be a problem in infrared photography but only if you want to make it one. You may be surprised (or not) to learn that light waves of different color (and wavelengths) don’t focus on the same plane when passing through a lens. Much like a...

Three Step to Improve Y...

On this special New Year’s edition of Mirrorless Photo Tips I want to wish Shanah Tovah to all of our Jewish readers on this Rosh Hashanah Today’s Post by Joe Farace My friend Danny made the snapshot of a young Joe Farace in 1955 while we were climbing the steps of DC’s...