Black and White Thought...

Today’s Post by Mark Toal Lately whenever I pick up my camera I change it to black and white and often the 1:1 square format. Over the winter, I was scanning old black and white negatives from my first years as a photographer and I was struck by how b&w captures the feeling in an...

Panos FX Unfolded Paper...

Today’s Post by Joe Farace My friend Panos Efstathiadis the proprietor of PanosFX is an amazingly talented designer of Photoshop actions. Please visit his site for a look at the wide variety of free and affordably priced software for Photoshop as well as Photoshop Elements. He says...

Tulips in Black & ...

Today’s Post by Mildred Alpern In a recent post, Spring Means Shooting More Black and White, Mark Toal suggested shooting spring scenes in black and white to go against the conventional grain. Why not? Dare to be different, particularly when tulips appear in the varied range of buoyant...

May the Fourth Be With ...

Today’s Post by Joe Farace So the Emperor turns to me and asks, “So what kind of digital camera should I get Darth Vader for his Birthday?” And so I says, “Mirrorless, of course.”   Happy Star Wars Day If you don’t know a Wookie from an Ewok: Star Wars Day is an unofficial  holiday...

Show Up, Shut Up And Pa...

From the Best of Mark Toal A few weeks ago I was in Las Vegas for the NAB trade show and decided that I needed to get up and photograph the sunrise on the New York, New York Hotel across the street from the hotel where I was staying. Normally I try to not have a specific goal when I go...

Processing Mirrorless I...

From the Best of Mark Toal I’ve had many questions about how I process my black and white images. I wrote a blog post about how to set your Micro Four-thirds camera to black and white for our sister blog, Saving the World, One Pixel at a Time but today I want to share how I process the...