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...
On Labor Day: Memories of My Father

On Labor Day: Memories of My Father

Today’s Post by Joe Farace Labor Day always makes me think of my Dad. You see, my father was a steelworker. From the day he got discharged from George Patton’s army to when he retired, he worked at the Bethlehem Steel plant near Baltimore, at that time, the...
Low Light, Fast Lenses and Fast Cars

Low Light, Fast Lenses and Fast Cars

Today’s Post by Joe Farace Dick Stolley, who many consider Time-Life’s best Managing Editor, once told People magazine’s photographers that a successful image elicited a “Gasp Factor” from the viewer. Often the best photographs—those “Gasp Factor” ones—are made...