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Photo Gold in the Alabama Hills

April 11, 2023 ·

Greg Czarnecki

You have been there – many, many times.  Nearly every pickup truck commercial seen on television has a portion taken from the Alabama Hills.  Wide

Camera & Technology

1.5 mp Canon Powershot pro70

Good-bye Old Friend (and friendly competitor) – DPReview 1998-2023

March 31, 2023 ·

Dan Wells

I read a wide range of photographic websites each week to keep track of what’s going on in the industry, and none are more useful

Landscape & Environment

The Milky Way over the Badlands. Nearly all of my night sky photos are done in two pieces. The sky was exposed using a tracking mount to render the stars as sharp dots rather than streaks. The foreground was exposed with the tracking mount turned off and I light painted the hills using an LED flashlight. The two pieces are then combined in Photoshop.

The Color Of Invisible Ink

March 20, 2023 ·

Craig Stocks

I’m convinced that the fundamental purpose of photography is to allow us to capture a view that couldn’t be seen otherwise. There are lots of


Still Life with Teapot and Table

The Sculptural Aspects of Light

March 13, 2023 ·

Harold Ross

“My quest, through the magic of light and shadow, is to isolate, to simplify and to give emphasis to form with the greatest clarity. To indicate

Landscape & Environment

Pisa Conclusion

A moment of clarity: The Leaning Tower of Pisa and Florence

March 5, 2023 ·

David Osborn

The danger of going somewhere well known is everyone’s going to have the same image. My images of the Leaning Tower of Pisa and Florence


Landscape & Environment

Chicago Skyline Long Exposure Red

Long Exposure With A Purpose

February 24, 2023 ·

Sharon Tenenbaum

Long Exposure photography has existed since the days of the first images recorded, however, today Long Exposure, or should I rephrase and say, Daytime Long


Every person you ask might have a different answer to that question, however, from my experience, there are a few key factors that are imperative to transforming a just good image to a great one.

What Makes a Great Fine Art Architectural Photograph?

February 17, 2023 ·

Sharon Tenenbaum

It was and always will be my belief that a great architectural image must adhere to the following 3 features: Composition is King. In architectural

Landscape & Environment

Being there at the right time.

Be There – The Challenges Of Getting Out To Shoot.

February 13, 2023 ·

Peter McLennan

We all know the aphorism “f8 and Be There”, it’s the basic mantra of landscape photography. Here on LuLa, we’re familiar with the “f8” part,

Landscape & Environment

What Lay Before Me and The Value of The Familiar

February 6, 2023 ·

Bruce Heinemann

In this day and age of photography, travel to distant and exciting new destinations and heretofore unimagined landscapes is quite appealing. That said, As much

Camera & Technology

Looking Ahead to 2023 Part 1 – what will probably happen

February 1, 2023 ·

Dan Wells

I’ve decided to do this differently this year. Rather than going manufacturer by manufacturer, I’m going to look at some possible introductions, losses and trends

Camera & Technology

Introducing the Epson SureColor P9570 (And An Apple Announcement)

January 20, 2023 ·

Dan Wells

Before we get to the meat of this article, introducing our long-term test Epson SureColor P9570, it’s worth commenting briefly on the three Macs Apple


Photographer Profiles

A Brown Bear (Ursus arctos) chases a Chinook Salmon up the river in Katmai National Park, Alaska.

Alaska and The Brown Bears, Emerging Photographer, Benjamin Olson

January 11, 2023 ·

Ben Olson

Benjamin Olson Art Wolfe Next-Generation Nature Photographers Grant Alaska and The Brown Bears As a young nature photographer, I have always found difficulty finding outlets

Camera & Technology

Reminiscences on Photography in 2022 and Year-end awards

January 2, 2023 ·

Dan Wells

We’ve had an interesting, partially post-COVID year in the photo industry, and I hope that next year will be a further unclogging of the pipeline

Camera & Technology


December 28, 2022 ·

Richard Sexton

The current state of the art of the various “formats” of digital capture range from the tiny little sensors in camera phones to MF sensors

Landscape & Environment

Happy Holidays From The Lula Team

December 24, 2022 ·

Josh Reichmann

May this time be filled with light, wonder, art, experience, and expression. May your vision excel and your way be gentle. Take it easy! From




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