Spot Removal tool for Many Photos

Dust on the sensor usually means a tedious time removing spots from lots of photos. This is particularly true if the subject is a time lapse sequence that has hundreds of individual images that have to be cleaned up. Dust particles on a camera’s sensor make black fuzzy, dust bunnies in exactly the same place […]

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Meet photographer Scott Jarvie. You can see his prints of Mormon temples in many LDS religious book stores and magazines around the United States. He started out mostly doing wedding photography but this past year has been traveling the United States shooting religious buildings. His most recent book project can be found at http://americanfaithproject.com. Many of us would love […]

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Photography has come a long way over the last 10 years. With our transition into digital photography, new techniques have been discovered, and work that once seemed impossible is being created on a day to day basis. Sure, we’ve seen the advances digital sensors have done for photography – but I want to talk to […]

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Our partners over at lynda.com have unlocked 12 classes as part of their 12 Days of Learning.  This is a chance to take 12 free classes without needing to sign up for a trial. My recommendations is that you  try some of the free classes out, and if you like it, Photofocus readers get a 10 day free […]

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TODAY is the final day to enter our Freedom to Choose Camera Contest with SongFreedom.  The official rules appear at the bottom of this story. We’ve got a new partnership with SongFreedom.com, and we’re excited to introduce you to them and the power and impact they can add to your creations. They are all about Artists working […]

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Lightroom’s presets make it easy to add your copyright information to all image you import. If you haven’t created a copyright preset, now is a perfect time to do so. If you did, make sure you update your information for 2015.

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Dust Be Gone

Fuzzies are dark blurry looking spots that usually show in the skies of photographs. They are caused by dust resting on the camera sensor. No matter how conscientious you are about cleaning your sensor and avoiding dust, it’s going to get on to the sensor no matter what. It’s insidious and evil! Fortunately, there is […]

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