Wordless Wednesday #1: ...

Today’s Post by Milo Hess I would like to thank Jason Anderson for introducing me to the concept of Wordless Wednesday. For this first installment there are however a few words: The idea behind this and future installments in this series is to feature images, not only from our...

Mirrorless 3D Photograp...

Today’s Post by Joe Farace Tip: You will need some 3D analglyphic red/green or red/blue lenses to vie today’s images I’ve been a fan of three-dimensional photography since I was a kid and my cousin Mitzi took her brother jimmy and I to see the 3D film Bwana Devil in 1952....

Feel the (Puppy) Love

Today’s Post by Mildred Alpern A while back, I wrote a post about photographing dogs and promised that I would show some pet owners at a future date. The date is now.  Owners are invariably proud to have their dogs photographed and are generally willing to pose alongside. It is easy to...

Color or Monochrome?

Today’s Post by Mildred Alpern Converting an image from color to black and white may change the entire tone and mood of the image. In simple terms, bright color adds cheer; monochrome adds gravity. Moreover, in processing an image in black and white, Silver Efex Pro, one of the free...

Seeing Graphically

Today’s Post by Milo Hess People sometimes ask me “How do I see things like this?” Diagonals, lines, shapes, geometry, textures, in your face imagery and the like have always held a fascination for me. Coming from an art/design background it’s just natural that i...

Pole Shot: The Poor Man...

From the Best of  Barry Staver …Or how to get those high angle shots without a drone, without renting a helicopter, or cherry picker bucket lift truck. I can’t tell you the number of times a client wanted a slightly elevated angle to show their building, campus, or warehouse where each...

How I Created ‘In...

Today’s Post by Joe Farace   I made the above photograph at the Colorado Railroad Museum in Golden, CO while shooting with Mark Toal. It is really a composite of several individual infrared images because on this particular day, this particular caboose was being used for a...

A Humorous Bow to Degas

Today’s Post by Mildred Alpern There is beauty in the impressionist paintings and drawings of ballet dancers made by Degas. He captured their grace, but also their awkwardness in moments of stretching or tying a lacing. He recognized the moments when the ballerinas showed their natural...