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Editor’s Note: Please welcome Marco Larousse to Photofocus.com.  We’re happy as heck to have him on board.  Give him a shout out or welcome in the comments section below. It’s that time of the year when photographers should look back on the year that was and look forward on the year that can be.  Here are […]

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Every Sunday night, we take a family adventure.  Most of the photos that you see on my website are from different hikes or walks throughout the state of Utah.  We take a camera, we stay in our Sunday best and go out to document a few moments together.  We look at scenery, take advantage of […]

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The other day, I was watching a family take photos in front of a Christmas tree. They were standing directly in front of it. I realized that with a bit of practice, and knowledge, we can really use the lights in the tree to our advantage, and set the stage for a fantastic background for […]

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Subtitle 1 – You Can’t Pixel Peep Your Way To A Perfect Image Subtitle 2 – You Can Feel Your Way To A Photograph This post is long, and may seem to be all over the place, but stick with me – there’s a point to be made in here somewhere :) Lately, I have […]

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In a recent Skype chat with photographer Joey Jones, we were casually discussing how he runs his successful portrait photography business. At one point, he casually stated, “The camera is just a tool. It’s what you do with it that counts.” Needless to say, Joey was spot on. It was something I myself had only […]

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A New Hierarchy, One World Observatory - Michael Muraz