Join Photofocus’ Melissa Niu and wildlife photographer Moose Peterson about capturing amazing photos with a Nikon 800mm f5.6.
Lightroom is great to quickly enhance images, but sometimes you need Photoshop to fix the image. This tutorial covers Auto Lens Correction, copying selections and masking.
Let’s photograph a candle lit and not. It’s simple right? Well, maybe… The Setup When I start to photograph anything, I ask myself “What is it?” By that I mean describe its properties. Looking at the candle, I see it’s round. No. Make that cylindrical. It’s reflective. It has texture, well the wick has it […]
Swiss pro electronic flash manufacturer Elinchrom, Phottix whose control systems currently work with Canon, Nikon & Sony DSLR cameras TTL for flash and Sekonic, world class creators of hand held light meters have teamed toghether to focus these areas of expertise on light measurement and control. What does this mean for photographers? A big change […]
Melissa Niu of Photofocus talks with headshot photographer Peter Hurley about the gear he carries when traveling from his NYC-based studio.
Editor’s Note: Please welcome new Photofocus contributor Erika Thornes. She is a San Diego based photographer who loves to make lasting memories for families. Please leave her comment below this article… we’re glad to have her on board. Underwater portraiture is a beautiful medium with many factors to consider that can’t be addressed within a single post, so […]
I’m sitting in an airport ready to spend a week in Las Vegas for Photoshop World. I know this week is going to be filled with 18 hour days packed with a combination of learning and parties as I catch up with old friends. My parents taught me if I want to play I better […]