Screen Shot 2015-04-10 at 8.27.12 PM

I recently found out that Photoflex has closed it’s doors (https://photoflex.com.) While I never had a close relationship with Photoflex, and they weren’t ever sponsors here at Photofocus, I used many of their products over the years and even often referred new photographers to the Photoflex lineup of affordable, high-quality products. They consistently offered good value. […]

Rate this:

TrainStationScottBourne

I used to shoot with Hasselblad cameras way back in the day. The negatives were square. I cut my teeth on those cameras and since I spent so many years working with Hasselblads, shooting square just came naturally to me. A Little History Square format has been around since 1929 when it was introduced by […]

Rate this:

BrianMatiash_20150227-2015-02-27 09.43.26-1_ILCE-7R

Editor’s Note: While You might have summer on your mind, now’s the perfect time to put your plans together for winter shooting. Recently, I went on a 2 1/2 week trip to Iceland and Norway during the winter season. Upon doing my research of the historic weather reports for those areas during that time of […]

Rate this:

JMLS4937-Edit

Super-sport motorcycles, computer tweaking, camera lenses and even camera memory. Ever since I was little, I was obsessed with speed and making things go faster. Famous video game character Sonic the Hedgehog appealed to me more than Mario did. Why? Because he was blazing fast! A Shootout Today, I get to pit out two of […]

Rate this:

psjournalism

Our friends at lynda.com have put together a great video essay discussing the role of Photoshop and image manipulation and its place in photo journalism.  There are a lot of thought provoking points in this pieces. This Post Sponsored by: Arizona Highways Photo Workshops. For more than 30 years, Arizona Highway Photo Workshops has been committed […]

Rate this:

Featured Image Template

The first quarter of 2015 is over, have you registered your photos? Protecting your photos is not as difficult as you may think.

Rate this:

BrianMatiash_20110610-IMG_7497-HDRO-Edit-Edit_EOS 5D Mark II

Recently, I saw a collection of April Fools posts on Facebook by photographers who tried baking in some irony by sharing photos from a oft-photographed US National Park that they dubbed as their most creatively challenging, all while being derisive about the homogeny of photos being posted by others online. Now, while I know that these posts […]

Rate this: