I’m writing this near the great Father & Mother of the Forest in California’s oldest state park, Big Basin. Having started down the Pacific coast
Did you know that you can get a sensor cleaning and general checkup for your Olympus ILC for free this month? Drop your camera off
Last weekend, we took a group of about 50 photographers on a very special expedition into the woods of Elbert county to photograph the unique
I never thought I would resent a short piece of metal, but that’s what happens when you make a mistake packing for a long trip.
“Watch your head.”Jolting awake at the sound of laughter—3:00 AM.A stubbed toe.Gotta squeeze through sideways.“Watch it!”A scooter zooms inches away.“Watch that stack of old newspapers—”Too
If you’ve ever experimented with manual adjustment of your exposure settings at all, you’ve certainly played around with the width of the aperture in your
Good morning, camera lovers! If you’ve gone through more than a camera or two in your lifetime, you’ve probably run into some confusion about which
I doubt there’s a person who hasn’t seen announcements here and there (on this blog or otherwise) about new firmware for cameras and lenses being
A road resplendent, stretching sanguinely into the horizon, exerts a pull as haunting as it is hypnotic. It’s not a uniquely American image—roads have been
Father’s Day in the USA is this Sunday, June 16th, and we’ve got the goods to make your photogra-father’s celebration memorable. Surprise him with a
I can still draw from memory the monsters that live on the wall at my parents’ house. Books, movies, cartoons, and so on all tend
A couple BIG Nikon updates, several small ones for Sony, plus more for Fujifilm, Olympus, and Canon—don’t miss out!
How do you stimulate creativity? By definition, new ideas ought not be direct copies, but as any creator working on yet another fizzling project understands,
For a limited time only (through July 27th) you can get an additional $400 added to the value of your equipment when you trade in
We’re late enough into spring now that, if I were to hazard a guess, photographers across the land are finally getting around to sorting through