Creating Time Lapse Pho...

Today’s Post by Mark Toal Thanks to more cameras having a built-in time lapse function and cell phone Apps that let you calculate how may frames to shoot for any situation, anybody can easily make great time lapse videos. The below video shows how to set up the time lapse mode on a...

Musical Notes

Today’s Post by Mildred Alpern When I started out with a small point-and-shoot camera a decade ago, I wondered about the images with shallow depths-of -field and interesting effects that other photographers on their websites displayed. Did the camera make a difference? Did the lens? Did...

Fisheye Friday Strikes ...

Today’s Post by Mark Toal   For this patriotic hot rod photograph, I decided to use the Lensbaby Fisheye lens on my Panasonic Lumix GH5. This fisheye lens is designed for APS-C sensors so it doesn’t give you a completely circular image on a Four Thirds camera like the GH5. I prefer...

In My Home Studio: Meas...

Today’s Post by Joe Farace   With more and more photographers, switching to mirrorless cameras, it’s not surprising that many of them are being used in studio portraiture, including boudoir photography as this image was made using an Olympus Micro Four-thirds camera. Today begins a...

Wordless Wednesday #8: ...

Today’s Post by Milo Hess   A reminder: If you would like to have one of your images featured on Wordless Wednesday, please contact us via the CONTACT button above and we’ll e-mail directions and information on image size. The image can be any shape, vertical, horizontal,...

Giving Video a Try

Today’s Post by Mark Toal If you’re like me shooting video does not come naturally. As part of my job with Panasonic I’ve learned about the technical aspects of shooting video; frame rates, formats, the importance of audio, exposure settings, etc. This has made me something of a video...

Metamorphosis

Today’s Post by Mildred Alpern The flowers of summer inevitably give way to the seeds of autumn and winter. It is the inevitable metamorphosis of the bud-flower-seed cycle. What is striking is the nature of the transformation, the way in which the seedhead may differ so distinctly...

It’s Another Fisheye Fr...

Today’s Post by Mark Toal If you are a regular reader you already know that Joe and I share a love of car shows. I recently went to the Rust-O-Rama in Salem, OR hoping to see a few Rat Rods. A Rat Rod is a more creative version of a hot rod. Anything goes when designing a Rat Rod. Often...