Macro Tips with the Tamron 90mm f/2.8 VC3.15.18 | By Brian T. Evans
I’m getting excited about our upcoming Macro Seminar hosted by Tamron, so I decided to take one of their 90mm macro lenses out for a test drive here in the store. I’ve always enjoyed macro work, but I’ve recently focused more of my attention on other areas of photography and haven’t gotten to do as […]
Perfect Image Downtown is Moving5.01.17
To help better serve our customers, on June 1, 2017, we’ll be moving our Downtown Lancaster location and combining it with our nearby Fruitville Pike store. We’ll still be providing all the services you’ve come to expect from our Downtown store including high-quality printing, film processing, and camera sales and service, we’ll just be doing […]
First Friday Timelapse – June 20153.09.17
We had fantastic weather and a great crowd on First Friday Lancaster for the opening of Sue Moberg’s exhibit, “About” at Coe Camera Gallery. Many thanks to everyone who came out, and special thanks to Sue for sharing her amazing artwork with us.
Shooting with the Canon EF 14mm f/2.8L II USM11.28.16
I have always been a wide-angle shooter. I guess that comes a lot from the influence of action sports & music that I’ve always gotten a rush out of that’s made me this way. Even today, as a wedding & engagement photographer, wide-angle = cool. It eats up rooms, creates a sense of space within the scene, and just makes the image look more “Epic.”
Recent Customer Work10.25.16
It’s great to see that our clients are out there making great photos and videos. Here are a few that have recently been posted to our Facebook page.
This image was shot by Gary Edmiston at an MMA fight in Washington DC Using the Canon EF 14mm f/2.8 L USM. I love the depth he created by shooting through the fence.
Artist Q&A with Jane Ammon5.12.16
Photographer Jane Ammon is currently exhibiting an intensely personal project, “Into the Light” at Coe Gallery. Jane shares the story and images of women in her life and the ways they find light in their lives even when challenged by darkness. We took some time to recently to ask Jane some questions about this project, her sources of inspiration, and her photography.