How I Became A Licensed...

Today’s Post by Matt Staver Here’s how I obtained a Remote Pilot Certification aka commercial drone pilot license: As of Aug. 29, 2016, the FAA updated regulation to allow people to obtain a Remote Pilot Certification to use sUAS (small Unmanned Aircraft Systems) for commercial purposes....

Why I Love Shooting MFT...

Note from Joe: We have addressed the question of why Mark and I love Micro Four-thirds cameras in one of my Digital Q&A posts but today I leave it to Mark to explain in his own words… From the Best of Mark Toal The reason I love shooting with Micro Four-thirds cameras doesn’t...

Autumn Leaves in Macro

Today’s Post by Mildred Alpern There is something in the autumn that is native to my blood —  Touch of manner, hint of mood;  And my heart is like a rhyme,  With the yellow and the purple and the crimson keeping time.” ~ Carmen Bliss, A Vagabond Song The hunt for autumnal fallen...

October Is Black &...

Form the Best of Mark Toal Now that fall is here and the leaves of the trees in my home state are turning beautiful shades of red and yellow I figured that it was a good time to set my camera to black and white for a month. I’ve seen plenty of fall colors in my life and with any luck...

Previews of Coming Attr...

Today’s Post by Joe Farace Between now and the end of the year, you’ll be seeing some small changes to Mirrorless Photo Tips. Most if not all of these changes have been made at the request of you—this blog’s readers—about functions and features that you wanted us to add. Subscribe to...

Shooting with Auto ISO

From the Best of Mark Toal I always love it when something that I’ve scorned for years becomes part or my everyday life. It shows me that there is always something new for me to learn. In this case it’s about using the Auto ISO setting on my mirrorless cameras. I originally started...