Is 4K Video the Future ...

My head and hard disk are both spinning after a recent demo I did about shooting a portrait session in 4K Video. That’s right—video. My head is spinning as I think about how having the ability to grab a usable still frame out of a 4K video is going to change the way we shoot...

A Camera That’s A...

Today’s Post by Mark Toal Because I work for Panasonic I frequently get the question “why should I shoot Micro Four-thirds?” The person usually shoots with a Canon or Nikon digital SLR with a larger sensor and they want to tell me about the better quality and higher ISO they can...

New Software For Black ...

Today’s Post by Mark Toal Continuing a theme that Mark wrote about on this past Friday; today he shows yet another way to create black & white images…   Last week I learned about new software from Macphun called Tonality Pro. I use a variety of methods to convert color...

Holga Lens for Mirrorle...

The Holga camera was designed by T. M. Lee in 1981 and  first appeared outside China in Hong Kong.The Holga was intended to provide an inexpensive mass-market camera for working-class Chinese in order to record family portraits and events but quickly became a favorite of photographers...

Meet Mark Toal in Salt ...

You’ve read Mark’s posts here on Mirrorless Photo Tips, now Utah photographers can stop by Pictureline in Salt Lake City and talk with him face to face and attend the free workshop he will be presenting Friday, September 5 – 10am – 4pm. Free Seminar at 2pm: Why Mirrorless?...

Finding a Project to Ph...

Today’s Post by Mark Toal I guess I that I have a very short attention span since I seem to get tired of shooting the same things over and over. Once I’ve photographed something a few times I’m done with it. Long-term projects are a great way to find new things to photograph as...