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Let’s Photograph Cars at Cars and Coffee

Let’s Photograph Cars at Cars and Coffee

Today's Post by Joe Farace It seems to me—anyway—that light has four major qualities: color, quality, quantity and direction. As photographers seeking to master the art of exposure, seeing light is the key to mastering the art of exposure, which really is just as much...

Book Review: Volkswagen Beetles and Buses

Book Review: Volkswagen Beetles and Buses

Today's Post by Joe Farace To get some idea of my own history with Volkswagens, please see my previous post, VW Bugs and Buses before reading his review. Volkswagen Beetles and Buses, especially the initial fascinating chapters, is a history book. It’s not like that...

A New Look is Coming

A New Look is Coming

Today's Post by Joe Farace This site has had the same design for some time and along the way we've made some changes to our host and a few tweaks to the look and feel of the site. But changes in the underlying software that runs the site have made updates more...

Working with & Coping with Digital Noise

Working with & Coping with Digital Noise

Today’s Post by Joe Farace Noise, like film grain before it must be avoided at all costs because it degrades the images. —Joe Farace Noise in digital photographs is the visual equivalent of the static that you sometimes hear in AM radio signals and most digital...

VW Beetles & Buses…the Book

VW Beetles & Buses…the Book

Today's Post by Joe Farace Did you see my vlog that featured a scrolling list of the different cars that I've owned over the years? One of the marques missing from my earlier years of driving and collecting cars is Volkswagen. For some reason and I don't know why (but...

A Q&A About Cars and Cameras

A Q&A About Cars and Cameras

Today’s Post by Joe Farace “Ask me no questions, and I'll tell you no fibs.”― Oliver Goldsmith, She Stoops to Conquer I always enjoy hearing from this blog’s readers; especially those that have questions about photography, this blog, my cars (or lack thereof) or...