The Photofocus team just got back from a great Photoshop World (including a reader breakfast with a bunch of you).  It was awesome to get feedback on the site and to hear from so many of you about what you’d like to see on our site. If you need to connect, you’ll find many of the […]

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Most users will either use Curves a lot or they won’t use it at all. The Curves interface is more complex than Levels, which scares away many users. While Levels gives you three control points (highlights, midtones, and shadows), the Curves adjustment allows for up to 16 control points. This can significantly open up more […]

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New users often have a hard time when color correcting or enhancing images. They generally lose sight of the goal: making the image look better and while still being believable. Many users go “too far” in their quest to fix images. If the image starts to look fake or too altered, it will be distracting. […]

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This week’s we catch up with two photographers.  Beauty and wedding photographer Roberto Valenzuela talks about working experimentally.  Then we join Bob Davis for some practical shooting and business advice. NOTE — The first interview was recorded with a bit of audio interference. Get the show here  or get it on iTunes — Don’t forget to post a review on […]

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“I like to photograph anyone before they know what their best angles are.”

– Ellen Von Unwerth


Don’t get caught off-guard by rain on your next shoot. I show you two of my favorite bags (including pouches) that can work with your existing camera gear.  Learn how to protect from snow, rain, dust, and splashes. This specific tutorial is from the Video Gear Weekly series presented by authors Rich Harrington and […]

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