Originally posted on Photofocus (old site): Editor’s Note: We’d like to welcome Joe McNally to Photofocus. ?While Joe’s a busy guy, he’ll be making some posts here from time to time. ?Please give a warm welcome to Joe and encourage him by leaving feedback on the article and sharing it with your friends. It Started…
I’m so far behind with my monthly upload of fresh baked images that I’ve decided to upload some more shots from last week’s ice storm. It was incredible. To see read my thoughts on the storm and for more images, see last week’s post, Ice Storm.
My new camera is a dinosaur: A Crown Graphic press camera made in the ’50s. The film holders you see on the right are used to hold, expose, and protect 4×5″ cut film. These negs hold a massive amount of information. When scanned in a top drawer drum scanner, fine images can be printed all the […]
There are really only three things you need to know about your camera equipment. Forget about all the bells, whistles and buttons – those are there to sell more cameras. Most of the people I meet through my training and meetup groups want to know how to use every button on their camera. But the […]
“Here Comes Everybody” is what comes to mind when I sift through the photos on my instagram stream. “Here Comes Everybody” is the title of Clay Shirky‘s 2008 book about what happens when people are able to organize without organizational structures to slow them down. But it’s also about the availability and ubiquity of creative […]