By Laura Hicks, Olympus Visionary Grab your camera gear and head outside! The flowers are blooming and they are beckoning you to photograph them. But why take a
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
The Flatirons Photo Club is proud to present photographer and adventurer Doug La Farge at our Thursday, June 13th meeting at Mike’s Camera in Boulder.
Edina Merkel shoots her macro subjects—both living and dried-up plants and flowers—with the Tamron SP 90mm f/2.8 VC Macro lens. By Jenn GidmanImages By Edina
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
Gilgamesh and Enkidu, Adam and Eve, Romeo and Juliet, Sherlock and Watson, even the sun and the moon—a quick glance at the historical and mythological
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
The first time you get a sunburst in one of your photos, the feeling is extraordinary. Those crisp rays shooting out from your light source
Yes! Our biggest savings event of the year—we’re talking up to 75% discounts—is practically here. (In fact, we’re starting tomorrow in Boulder!) The 2019 Warehouse
From Marie Kondo to Nelson Mandela, gentle thinkers around the world have long advocated for the value of a peaceful life. This week, your photo