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Revisited: The Lumix GX8 Goes to Cars & Coffee

Revisited: The Lumix GX8 Goes to Cars & Coffee

Today’s Post by Joe & Mary Farace "In this world second thoughts, it seems, are best."—Euripides To tell you the truth, I forgot that I even owned a (no longer available) Panasonic Lumix GX8 until I was cleaning up my gear closet and saw it setting on the shelf....

Creative Options: In-Camera Monochrome Capture

Creative Options: In-Camera Monochrome Capture

Today’s Post by Joe Farace I previously wrote about coping with color balance problems when working under challenging lighting conditions. Well, here's one way to make all of those challenges disappear; shoot in black and white. Most DSLRs and mirrorless cameras offer...

I ‘m Still Dreaming of Fiats

I ‘m Still Dreaming of Fiats

Today's Post by Joe Farace As I mentioned in a previous post, I’ve had a love affair with Italian cars ever since the early 1970s when I purchased a 1969 Fiat 850 coupe (great car) and then, later a 1970 Fiat 850 Spyder (not so great) that came with all of the...

What Do Leicas and Tractors Have in Common?

What Do Leicas and Tractors Have in Common?

Today's Post by Joe Farace A crop sensor refers to any sensor smaller than a full frame sensor or a 35mm film frame.—Wikipedia. It used to be called the "multiplication factor" but the, for some reason "crop sensor" caught on, I think, because it has fewer syllables....

Photographing A VW & Beetle Bone Yard

Photographing A VW & Beetle Bone Yard

Today’s Post by Jamie Zartman Happy New Year to you. I started the New Year here in Grand Junction, Colorado with temperatures at 22 degrees . Earlier this morning, I was driving to pick up some groceries, when I saw a collection of rusting VW bodies outside a small...

That Was The Year That Was

That Was The Year That Was

Today’s Post by Joe Farace “Well, if I be served such another trick, I’ll have my brains ta’en out and buttered, and give them to a dog for a New Year’s gift.”— Shakespeare’s The Merry Wives of Windsor Sonofagun, here we are in 2021 and I’m sure you join me in hoping...