The Enigma in the Picture

November 22, 2022 ·

Greg Czarnecki

Ansel Adams once shared the thoughtful insight, “There are always two people in the picture: the photographer and the viewer.” The viewer has an important


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

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