Category : Photographic physics

They Got Here First He threw seeds into the shallow pits he had dug. Chanting a prayer for abundant growth and good harvest, he

Cameras without SLR mirrors aren’t new. From Oskar Barnack’s first Leica in 1913, photographers have wanted small, light cameras and lenses to reduce their

It’s tough to get close enough to skittish ducks or shy ground squirrels for frame-filling portraits. Bald eagles especially seem to want you at

Everybody shoots them. Intense colors you get twice a day, unless you’re stuck inside working. You’d like to capture them, yet for one reason

Serious photographers have been asking this question since photography began. The answer goes like this – Light passes through your lens and projects on