Infrared Capture and Re...

Today’s Post  by Joe Farace One of the tips that I always give to photographers interested in shooting infrared photographs and preferring to use a IR-converted camera instead of on-camera filters—the slow shutter speeds can be an issue— is to convert one of their older cameras ...

More on Post Processing

Today’s Post by Mark Toal This isn’t going to be a technical write-up on how to process your images. There are enough of those on-line to keep you busy for years. I’m often asked if I post process my images and the answer is absolutely. Just as Joe edits these words that I...

Enjoying a One Lens Mir...

Today’s Post by Mark Toal One weekend a month I plan on only using one lens with my mirrorless camera. And I’ll take every photo for the entire weekend with just that one lens. From time to time, I feel like I’ve been concentrating too much on the technical side and ignoring the...

Portraits with Affordab...

Today’s Post by Joe Farace In the past few years, the use of LED as a light source for portraits has increased years as more companies release products into this space. One of the most versatile and inexpensive ($249.95) systems that I’ve found is Rotolight’s RL48...

Battery Tips for Mirror...

Today’s Post by Joe Farace   Gear Tip of the Week: Batteries are a necessary part of every photographer’s life but keeping them in blister packs take up lots of space in a camera bag. Taking them out of the packs and letting them bang around into one another in your bag is an...

Car Show Photography Ti...

Today’s Post by Joe Farace Tip: Ask owners to please remove any placards placed under their windshield wipers. It’s getting to be car show season: To make a good car photograph, you don’t have to be an expert but you should be curious and polite when inspecting a car. People who...