This is a guest post by Matt Kloskowski be sure to catch him at this year’s Photoshop World. There’s been speculation for a while now, but it’s confirmed. Apple is stopping future development of Aperture. The writing’s been on the wall for a while now. Aperture actually came out right around the time when Lightroom did (even […]
At Photofocus we love giving away prizes. Especially when those prizes can change your photographic life. We’ve partnered up with Kelby One and we’ve got a great prize to give away. GRAND PRIZE: A Brand New Canon 70D and Two Passes to Photoshop World. What’s Photoshop World? Only the best training conference on the planet (and I don’t just say […]
First off… what’s Photoshop World? Only the best photo conference on the planet. The Three-day event covers the best in photography, lighting and Photoshop-related technology. There are over 100 training sessions with seven different learning tracks. 5 Reasons to Go for Photofocus Readers You can learn from the top experts in the industry like Scott Kelby, Joe […]
You might have missed that the Photofocus team has been hard at work creating great presets for Lightroom. It’s part of our partnership with Mosaic (be sure to check out the Lightroom Learning Center). Photofocus contributor Robert Vanelli offers up one from his collection — a Lightroom preset for summer and beach photos. It’s totally free and you […]
My photography is a reflection, which comes to life in action and leads to meditation. Spontaneity – the suspended moment – intervenes during action, in the viewfinder.
Don’t miss tomorrow’s Google Hangout. The event is Monday, June 30, 2014. It’s absolutely free to attend thanks to LensRentals.com. It starts at 3PM Eastern/Noon Pacific. Join Skip Cohen, Richard Harrington, and Guest Matthew Jordan Smith. They’ll explore practical advice for professional and semiprofessional photographers to help with the challenges in running a modern photo business. This Google […]
“Still images can be moving and moving images can be still. Both meet within soundscapes”
- Chien-Chi Chang