SoftLiteStudios, Tips and Tricks

Gone Fishing

Written by: Tim Neumann and Lorie McQuirt We have been doing a lot of street photography lately. It’s the in thing to do when the weather starts to get nicer out and the locals come out of their self imposed hibernation and explore the warrens right outside of their Winter dens. If you are like […]

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SoftLiteStudios, Tips and Tricks

The Long And Short Of Macro Lenses

Written by: Tim Neumann and Lorie McQuirt You may have noticed, macro lenses come in a variety of focal lengths, a few of the more popular from Nikon and Canon listed below: ~60mm Focal Lengths Canon EF-S 60mm f/2.8 Macro USM Lens Nikon AF-S Micro-NIKKOR 60mm f/2.8G ED Lens ~100mm Focal Lengths Canon EF 100mm […]

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MPEX Experience, Photography News, Tips and Tricks

New FAA Rules Make Drone Registration Easy for Hobbyists

  Great news for drone lovers! After much speculation and confusion about the future of camera-equipped drones, new FAA rules and regulations have made the registration process easier and more transparent than ever before. The rules for hobbyists are much more lenient than the rules for commercial use, although the registration process has been streamlined for both. If your aircraft […]

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MPEX Experience, Tips and Tricks, TJ Hansen's Blog

TJ’s Daily Blog #65- Headshot Photobooth at the Clintonville Chamber Awards Dinner

The Daily Blog #65 Headshot Photobooth The Clintonville Chamber of Commerce had an awards dinner Friday night celebrating the Business of the Year, Business Person of the Year, and Volunteer of the year. Since the Chamber is all about supporting small businesses, we decided to set up a business-savvy ‘Headshot’ photobooth. I decided to use the projector screen that was already set […]

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