Working in Manual – Quickly and Easily

Without a doubt, it is one of the most complex aspects of learning photography - moving from auto exposure to totally working in manual.  I can't speak for JD Milazzo, but I can say that I never - NEVER - wanted to work in manual. I was convinced that working in manual would get in the way of connecting emotionally to whatever I was

Working in Manual – Quickly and Easily2020-05-13T15:54:41+00:00

The Way Back: Building a Workflow for Scanned Film

If you have been following our journey - a journey which began about a year and a half now - it started with the purchase of a single vintage Pentax 6x7 lens. That experience was so revolutionary for Falcon that, for his fine art work, he only uses vintage lenses. In November of 2019, he purchased a vintage Pentax 6x7 film camera, and, shortly

The Way Back: Building a Workflow for Scanned Film2020-05-13T14:20:36+00:00

Coming – NyghtVision Magazine – Volume 9 Number 4

NyghtVision Magazine Volume 9, Number 4 will be available November 24, 2019. Click here to read it. In this edition: Product reviews - H&Y Filters, PortraitPro version 19. The work of Patrick Stack, Rasmus Stelling, Lew Brown and Falcon. Featured models include Ella Rose (from UK) and Cheri Summers (USA). Poetically Man Dwells returns as does Lighting the Un-Lightable. The Way Back looks at film

Coming – NyghtVision Magazine – Volume 9 Number 42019-11-20T18:25:20+00:00

Vintage Glass – 2

Looking back, deciding to use vintage lenses was one of the best decisions I've made. It has rekindled my creativity, and it has forced me to engage what I am doing in a way I haven't since 2005. 2005 was a watershed year. After two years of working as a professional, using only "program mode," JD Milazzo and I had been forced to work

Vintage Glass – 22019-04-01T14:39:47+00:00