Thanksgiving is over, but Christmas, Chanukah, New Year’s Eve, and more are right around the corner—plenty more chances to get the whole clan in one
Summer of Travel is still going strong! If you’ve got a trip coming up, this checklist is a must. For example: if you’re planning on
National Photography Month continues as we catalog an array of common (and uncommon) camera categories. Round out your awareness and revel in the rich diversity
With winter in full swing and snow falling along the Front Range here in Colorado, it seems only appropriate to equip our extended Mike’s Camera
But the Colorado rocky mountain high I’ve seen it rainin’ fire in the sky The shadow from the starlight is softer than a lullabye Rocky
Most people use clear protective filters on their lenses, but surprisingly few take advantage of the power of polarizing filters. With a quality circular polarizing
Freedom Season is here for those of us in the USA, and as we all know, that means that tomorrow, July 4th—that’s right!—Mike’s Camera stores
Even if you already knew that we make sturdy, stunning prints on aluminum, you may not have realized that there are several finishing options available!
As the old adage goes, “the best camera in the world is the one you have with you!” Fortunately, as optical and technological capabilities of
Wow! Where’d that wolf head come from? The way the above image differed between the preview and in this full article illustrates how much aspect
Good evening! On Friday, we took a look at how the world around you can pull double duty, offering completely different photographic opportunities at night.
With the sun taking its leave of our fair slice of the earth for the day, let us resume our exploration of night photography. Part
Although the low-light performance of cameras keeps getting better every year, night photography remains a completely different experience from daytime photography. Shooting during the day,
While we’ve dealt in used gear from time to time before, we at Mike’s Camera are pleased to announce that we’re taking that relationship to
Ever take a breathtaking photo of the clouds, only to find it marred by unsightly gray blobs when you pulled it up on the computer?
We would all like to think of ourselves as “a human tripod,” but the reality is that camera shake is something with which we must
Analogue photography has been on the rise, and Kodak’s reintroduction of Professional T-Max P3200 (after having discontinued it in 2012) is the latest event fanning