Michael McEnaney

I am a veteran technology journalist with over 20 years experience covering consumer electronics and imaging tech as well as launching, editing/writing content, selling and marketing a variety of publications and websites. Most recently I helped NAPCO launch the Technologytell.com network of consumer tech websites and also helped launch the popular tech website TechTimes.com as well as launching his own website at www.your-digital-life.com that covers all consumers can do with their digital images and videos after they’ve captured them. My true passion has always been photography – both capturing life’s most precious moments as well as covering the pros that capture the world.

Trend Spotting for 2017

While we never profess to knowing exactly what is going to happen over the course of the year just ahead of us, it is always fun to speculate on some of the trends we think might make a headline or two over the course of the next 12 months.

Photographing The Cost of Modern Living

Photographer J. Henry Fair has essentially set that expression on its ear with his series of aerial photographs called Industrial Scars. His collection of environmental images, taken from a small plane, have been put together in a 204-page coffee table book and do the exact opposite of what the aforementioned expression suggests, instead revealing the horrific details of what we are doing to our planet.

Give The Gift of (Affordable) Photo Gear

We’ve rummaged around a bit of late and picked out a few truly fun and affordable photography-related jewels for you to stash under the tree (or in a stocking) that are sure to put a camera-ready smile on any shutterbug’s face.

Emerging Tech on Lens Front: Could Be Game Changing

While we’ve seen some truly radical changes in the camera market over the last two decades - from film to digital to smartphones (and some pretty cool stuff in between), camera lens technology hasn’t really followed suit - at least not to the extent cameras themselves have evolved.

The Imaging Alliance: Under the Radar Org Making a Difference

There are a ton of imaging industry organizations doing all kinds of wonderful work that generally flies under the media radar. We recently told you all about one such group, the Josephine Herrick Project and their amazing work spent educating students who have not had the opportunity to learn the communicative power of photography. Just an incredible story.

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