How to Avoid Printer Problems, Part II

How to Avoid Printer Problems, Part II

Today’s Post by Kevin Elliott, DigitalMD Kevin Elliott is one of those rare individuals who has both a grasp of the photographic process as well as the technology of digital imaging, especially in the area that seems easy but can be difficult to implement—getting...
Some of the The Joys of Photoshop

Some of the The Joys of Photoshop

Today’s Post by Joe Farace You’ve probably already heard or read all the the brouhaha over the 2018 Vanity Fair cover that features a group of celebrities and one of them has thee legs. Part of the problem is how photographer Annie Leibovitz creates these...
Comparing Exposure for Film or Digital Capture

Comparing Exposure for Film or Digital Capture

Today’s Post by Joe Farace Whenever I’m teaching a workshop or seminar, no matter what the ostensible subject I may be discussing, the topic of exposure always comes up. Ultimately the answer comes down to latitude: Exposure latitude is a measurement of...
Why I Like Auto Review and Chimping

Why I Like Auto Review and Chimping

Today’s Post by Joe Farace You can find all kinds of interesting stuff on the Internet. For instance, I recently found an interview with a photographer whose work I;ve admire for years but when it comes to the topic of Auto Review and Chimping,  He doesn’t...
A Welcome to the World of Invisible Light

A Welcome to the World of Invisible Light

Today’s Post by Joe Farace It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye.—Antoine de Saint-Exupery Astronomers have long delved into the infrared spectrum for astrophotography of distant non-terrestrial subjects...