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I Wish I Knew How To Paint

November 22, 2022 ·

Frank Sauer

by Frank Sauer Wild Roses Sony A65, Minolta 100mm @ f3.2 There are painters who paint in a painstakingly detailed, photorealistic way. While I admire


Camera & Technology

Of The Complexities of Image Quality – Part I – the sensor itself.

November 13, 2022 ·

Dan Wells

Sensor Generations There are roughly four generations of ancient sensors from the Nikon D1, which many would call the first true DSLR, to what I’m



Camera & Technology

Of the complexities of image quality (Introduction)…

November 7, 2022 ·

Dan Wells

Introduction:     What is image quality, really? How much of it do we need? It’s not just resolution, although resolution plays some role. If we


Landscape & Environment

Capturing the Human Spirit

October 28, 2022 ·

Eileen Benjamin

The main focus of my two trips to Myanmar, also known as Burma, was to capture images that reflect the human spirit of a people


Techniques

Practical Considerations For Time-Lapse Photography (Revisit)

October 24, 2022 ·

Anna Possberg

                What are time-lapses? Since the documentary movies “Baraka” (Ron Fricke, 1992) and “Planet Earth“ (BBC, 2006) the magic of the time-lapses caught the attention of many photographers and



Techniques

Fail Forward And Fail Hard

October 21, 2022 ·

Angelo Ioanides

When we look back on our childhood educations, it’s remarkable how much time we’ve invested learning information that we’ve subsequently never applied. Some would argue


Landscape & Environment

The Magic Of Superior By Greg Czarnecki

October 13, 2022 ·

Josh Reichmann

Lake Superior weaves its way into the mind with endless possibilities.  It is a destination filled with compelling features and great locations.  With over 2700


Camera & Technology

Beyond Calibration

October 12, 2022 ·

Christopher Schneiter

By Chris Schneiter Recently, I happened to watcha video from Bruce Barnbaumabout the importance of giving enough exposure when shooting film. This is something that



Landscape & Environment

Ship-Shapes-Copenhagen

Urban Abstracts

October 3, 2022 ·

Steve Gosling

  On seeing the title of this article you might be asking yourself “what is an ‘urban abstract’?”. As a creative photographer who likes to


Photographer Profiles

Festival Run For My Film “Tenzin” And A Review.

September 29, 2022 ·

Josh Reichmann

When coming on board at Lula in 2018, I carried a strange mantel, I was an unknown in the Photography community and the son of


Landscape & Environment

The Nomadic Photography Life

September 27, 2022 ·

Sarah Marino

For many Americans, the life script looks something like this: finish schooling, work for years in an okay but not amazing job, fit in the



Camera & Technology

Processing Ice and Snow

September 19, 2022 ·

Ignacio Palacios

Editing Ice and Snow with and NIK Detail Extractor, Auto Curves and Apply Image There is a technique that I frequently use when I am


Camera & Technology

Fujifilm and Hasselblad (and Apple), Oh My…

September 10, 2022 ·

Dan Wells

We are entering what I used to call PhotoPlus season, although there hasn’t been a PhotoPlus Expo since 2019. We lost 2020 and 2021 to


Camera & Technology

The Telephoto Conundrum

September 5, 2022 ·

Dan Wells

A year ago, I would not have predicted that the telephoto market would look like this today. I would especially not have predicted who’s on



Camera & Technology

The Extremes of Resolution – a Year with the GFX 100S and a review of the 120mm f4 GF Macro lens

August 28, 2022 ·

Dan Wells

There has been no Fujifilm GFX news at all since the fall – I’m anxiously awaiting the 20-35mm zoom lens. On the other hand, my



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