We’re putting together the editorial plan for next year.  That’s fancy talk for locking ourselves in a room and talking about how to make Photofocus the best it can possibly be.  To do that, we’d like your opinion.

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Join the conversation! 6 Comments

  1. Concentrate on semi pro’s a little more. More photoshop & Lightroom instruction more info on current photographers. I’d like to see more talk on wildlife photography.

  2. A lot less business and video would be nice. Actually, none would be great

  3. There is a lot of stuff geared towards beginner photographers, which is fine. We can always learn from the basics. But it’d be great to see some more advanced topics sprinkled in. Creative lighting, creative curves (LR or PS), a bit more advanced theory, examples/thoughts on storyboarding both a shoot AND a video production (and even a hybrid).

  4. Lori do you think we concentrate on pros or amateurs too much?


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