The Camera That’s...

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 shoot their camera. My answer is...

Wide Angle Lenses for M...

I love wide-angle photography. When I bought my first SLR film camera I quickly realized that the 50mm lens that came with it was just not going to work for me. I moved on to a 35mm then a 28mm, finally settling on 24mm as my wide-angle lens of choice. When digital cameras first came out...

Mirrorless Video at NAB

What do mirrorless cameras and TV and video broadcasters have in common? It turns out that it’s a lot. At the NAB (National Association of Broadcasters)  convention last week in Las Vegas the two cameras that everybody was talking about were the Panasonic Lumix GH4 and the Sony Alpha...

Mirrorless Infrared Pho...

Today’s Post by Joe Farace There are two ways to capture digital infrared images with mirrorless camera: The first is by using an infrared filter such as the Hoya R72 to the camera’s lens. Other filters, such as Singh Ray’s I-Ray or Cokin’s A007 filter, are available. The...

Multi-Function Monopods...

Unlike Mark, I’m not an expert at shooting video with SLRs or mirrorless cameras but I do know that you’ll need a steady camera even if you’re just shooting a YouTube clip of your cat. And I especially like monopods for shooting motorsports but there are lots of other uses,...

Shooting a Gazebo with ...

Today’s Post by Joe Farace Whenever I get a new camera or lens I like to test it by photographing a favorite location. You can read about why and how I do that here on our sister blog “Saving the World, One Pixel at a Time.” If you’re a regular reader of this blog...