You didn’t think Olympus would let their 100th birthday go by without some sort of exciting news for their loyal shooters, did you? Here it
Creating an image of yourself used to be a bit of A Thing; some painters were specifically known for it, it’s recognized as a unique
On this day in 1919, Takeshi Yamashita registered the name Takachiho Seisakusho for his new business and set to work making his dream of making
Nikon debuted their revolutionary mirrorless Z system just over a year ago, and they’re making big changes yet again—by making something small! The Z 50
The Flatirons Photo Club is proud to present outdoor photographer Rob Lantz at our Thursday, October 10th meeting at Mike’s Camera, Boulder. All Flatirons Photo
“Whither goest thou, America, in thy shiny car in the night?” Jack Kerouac, On the Road Day or night, if we’re going in America, it’s probably in
Lots of our favorite spots for fall foliage in the Rocky Mountains are peaking now, with the gorgeous Southwest (think Silverton and Durango) still predicted
“It’s not a photo until you can hold it in your hand,” as they say, but is simply being printed enough for your top shots?
With the α9, Sony opened the mirrorless E-mount system to professional photographers craving speed. Over the last two years, they’ve worked closely with pros using
#foodie. #nomnom. #foodporn. #eatingfortheinsta. The hashtags may vary and stand-up comedians may complain, but one thing is undeniable: we love taking pictures of our food.
Last month I encountered a group of trees absolutely packed with bats. The sound was tremendous, but I couldn’t see the dang things! Even with
It’s the second-to-last day of Save Your Photos month—how’s your saving coming along? There’s still time to pre-pay for our ever-popular scanning services at an
By William SawalichPhoto by Sony Artisan Don Smith The democratic beauty of photography in the 21st century makes it possible for amateurs on Instagram to
Fun fact: there are no truly violet images in this article! Modern imaging sensors capture colors using a mixture of red-, green-, and blue-sensitive pixels,
Phil Lowe trains his Tamron 18-400mm Di II VC lens on wildlife and landscapes. By Jenn GidmanImages By Phil Lowe Phil Lowe’s love affair with