Raoul Pop

Blog URL:http://raoulpop.com/
Blog Tags:photography, technology, reviews, photos, videos, thoughts, how to
Country:United States
State/Province:Florida
Location:Hollywood

Thoughts on technology and other topics from a photographer and IT guru, as well as travel photographs and videos from beautiful locations around the world.



Latest Blog Posts



We were treated to a second spring snowfall a few days ago. I love snowfalls in the spring. A cold wave can be unwelcome after spring has set in, but you know it’s not going to last, and if a snowfall is in the works, then it’s going to b...

Amidst all of the scary news reports and shelter-in-place rules everywhere, there are good things going on, caused by the very same situation. I thought I’d list several of them here: We’ve all slowed down or stopped our activities and ar...

Today’s images

on Mar 26, 2020 in: photos

No particular theme for this set of images. Let’s just call it #phototherapy. We’re all stuck indoors, so we need it. Btw, I’ve been posting frequent images to my social media accounts lately, for the same reason. Enjoy!

Back in 2018, as I was researching new cameras with a view to buying new camera gear, I wrote a detailed article and also made a video guide: The best full-frame camera available in 2018 How to choose a camera that’s right for you I thought it&...

I’d like you to look around and take a mental poll of all the famous photographers you know. Off the top of your head, how did you find out about them? Chances are you found videos they made, where they talked about some aspect of photography o...

Today’s images

on Mar 15, 2020 in: flowers, photos

I had read that daytime live composite shots were possible on the PEN-F, in addition to the nighttime shots (which let you capture star trails), so I tried it out today. Because the minimum shutter speed for each frame is 0.5 seconds and the smallest...

Today's images

on Mar 15, 2020 in: flowers, photos

I had read that daytime live composite shots were possible on the PEN-F, in addition to the nighttime shots (which let you capture star trails), so I tried it out today. Because the minimum shutter speed for each frame is 0.5 seconds and the smallest...