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Today makes 25 years with Adobe Photoshop…. quite a feat if you think about all the ways the tool has affected the media landscape.  From photographers and designers to architects and doctors, Photoshop has become synonymous with digital imaging. I’ve been a Photoshop user since 1991… it’s amazing how much has changed in that time. Let’s take […]

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Thanks for all the great questions you’ve been sending in to the Photofocus podcast.  This week we’re joined by guru and Photofocus contributor Nicole S. Young (nicolesy).  Rich and Nicole tackle some great topics to help photographers.

The music in our podcast comes from the cool folks over at SongFreedom, be sure to check them out!

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Mircea Bunea won the December Drobo Featured photo contest and we are thrilled to introduce you to more of his creativity behind the camera. Born in 1962, and still living, in Timisoara, Romania, Mircea is a lover of all things photography and as you can see from his profile, music.  He graduated in electrotechnical engineering, but never […]

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Above all, life for a photographer cannot be a matter of indifference
― Robert Frank

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Thanks for all the great questions you’ve been sending in to the Photofocus podcast.  This week is a two part show.  First up, Rich Harrington catches up with photographer and educator Abba Shapiro to tackle some great topics to help photographers.

Then Levi Sim catch up with Ray Roman & Matt Thompson to talk about shooting weddings and making the transition from photo to video. Remember, you can post questions for future shows via Twitter with the #pfqa or send us a note here at Photofocus.

The music in our podcast comes from the cool folks over at SongFreedom, be sure to check them out!

Get the show here  or get it on iTunes — Don’t forget to post a review on iTunes.

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To the complaint, ‘There are no people in these photographs,’ I respond, There are always two people: the photographer and the viewer.”
― Ansel Adams

Being a photographer is making people look at what I want them to look at.

– Ruth Orkin