In the early life of photography, cameras (and all the gear that came with them) were large, heavy, and cumbersome. The wet plate processes, the only one available, required the
Mirrorless cameras are wonderful tools, and I’m going to be writing regularly about their attributes. Quick intro to Micro Four Thirds, a.k.a. MFT, M43, Micro 4/3. The key characteristics are
We love to use natural light, and even when I have to shoot in the studio, I’m usually trying to mimic natural light. While not all natural light is great
With the popularity of film finding its way into photographer’s hands, headlines are still reading, Why Film is Better than Digital and Comparing Film vs Digital. Isn’t the Debate Over?
This week’s podcast catches up with a talented photographer to learn his process and motivations. We also check in with Kodak to learn more about printing and where things are
Grain is a word used in film photography to describe the fineness of detail a film or paper is capable of capturing. Landscape photographers typically want the finest detail possible,