• Corner in Yellow – Havana, Cuba. March, 2015 - By Michael Reichmann
    Fuji X-T1 with 16-55mm @ ISO 4000
  • Metal Wall – Havana, Cuba. March, 2015 - By Michael Reichmann
    Sony A7II with Zeiss 35mm f/1.4 @ ISO 100
  • Columbia River Gorge Trees, April 2015 - By Kevin Raber
    Sony A 7II with 24-70mm lens at 63mm, 1/30th sec., f/20 at ISO 500
  • Trees In Washington, April 2015 - By Kevin Raber
    Sony a7 II with 70-200mm at 154mm, 1/250th sec., f/11 ISO 500
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The KPS T5 Geared Ballhead – Review and Users Report

In Search of the Elusive White Unicorn Background For photographers, the endless search for the perfect camera bag is evasive.  Finding the right tripod head is not much better. And if you are looking for a geared tripod head with an eye towards using it outside of the studio, the choices are slim indeed. In [Read More]

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Fifteen Remarks on Composition

Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world. Albert Einstein Introduction Having a solid knowledge of composition is one of the most important aspects of creating strong photographs.  In the context of my series of essays on personal vision and style, composition is one of the most important ways of [Read More]

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Lessons From the Hudson River School of Painting

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Precise Digital Exposure

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I Shot It With My iPhone

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