Darkroom Developing: Is it Still Worth it?

Since the introduction of quality digital cameras, the running debate has been whether or not you should ditch your old, reliable 35mm to a fancy new digital.  There are positives and negatives to both media, and it is really up to the photographer and what he or she plans on getting out of the photographic […]

We ALL Have a Right to Be Heard

1848…It had been 72 years since the Declaration of Independence was signed and Elizabeth Cady Stanton along with Lucretia Mott and about 200 other woman suffragists, first introduced a radical concept for the time. A woman’s right to vote in Seneca Falls, N.Y. The moment was met with obvious public ridicule and some withdrew their […]

Help Stop MS!

This coming Saturday, August 13, marks the 6th annual George F. Hempt Memorial MS Polo Match which is being held at the polo fields across the Carlisle Pike from Cumberland Valley High School in Mechanicsburg.  This wonderful philanthropic event takes donations from local businesses and citizens alike in order to generate an atmosphere of charity […]

IBM Celebrates 100 Years: The Impact on Photography!

Since its formal introduction to the world in 1839, Photography has largely been about technology. Changes, many of them quite radical, have marked the history of photography in general and our business in particular. IBM is a giant in industry and has been innovators in the technology business for 100 years.  With their eye for […]