12 very different wedding portraits with 12 Different Cameras by Bjarke Ahlstrand

12 very different wedding portraits with 12 Different Cameras by Bjarke Ahlstrand One Of Many Cameras’ (www.oneofmanycameras.com) Managing Dictator got married. Again. This time around he decided to ask Denmark’s best photographers to interpret that special connection between the two star-crossed lovers reaching out to the beast with many names. The results were exhibited at…

TIPS: Working in Cold Weather with your Digital Camera by Jay Dickman

TIPS: Working in Cold Weather with Olympus Cameras By Olympus Visionary Jay Dickman – His Website is HERE Snow, rain, fog, all sorts of “atmospherics” that keep most sane people inside, can be very productive photographic environments in which we can work. While everyone else is hunkering before the fire, the avid photographer puts on…

FROM MOTION TO EMOTION by Dirk De Paepe

FROM MOTION TO EMOTION by Dirk De Paepe Prologue I could simply have titled this article “Shooting motion”, because in all pictures I used motion as a trope. Motion can be shot in so many different ways. In this article, I’d like to show three shooting styles. I’ll tell you about the shooting technique I…

Brief Encounters with the Leica M & Noctilux By John Tuckey

Brief Encounters with the Leica M & Noctilux By John Tuckey – See his website HERE Nothing provides dramatic effect quite like a classic train scene. The half-empty carriage loaded with intrigue is a key Hitchcock device. Steam-wreathed platforms give Brief Encounter emotional tension on a grand scale. And where else, but the ridiculously romantic…

Meta35: Embed EXIF data in film-shot images, tweak Custom Setting Menus. By John Crane

Meta35: Embed EXIF data in film-shot images, tweak Custom Setting Menus. By John Crane Have you ever wondered how to embed EXIF data into your film-shot and computer scanned images? Are you one of the newly enlightened 35mm film shooters recently in possession of your dream, quasi-vintage film camera (think Nikon F100, Nikon F5, Canon…