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This week’s podcast catches you up three different ways.  First get inspired by photographer Kevin Weinstein as he shares practical advice about being a working photographer.  Then get a quick update on the new Lightroom CC as well as discover what new lens was just released by Lensbaby.
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Adobe released Lightroom CC/6 this week much to the delight of its loyal users. I put together a tutorial video that walks through a few of the new features, notably the new Brush tools with the Graduated Filter, auto pano stitching, and some other smaller odds and ends that you may have overlooked. If you have […]

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Join Photofocus’ Melissa Niu and commercial photographer Joe McNally as they explore the story behind one of Joe’s most memorable photos of a telescope shot for National Geographic.

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NOTE: All photos in this post are Copyright Scott Bourne – all images were made with a Fuji X-T1 camera body and one of four lenses; the Fujinon XF 10-24mm F4 R OIS Wide Angle Zoom lens, the Fujinon XF 56mm F1.2 R lens, the Fujinon XF 16-55mm F2.8 R LM WR lens, or the Fujinon […]

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This morning Adobe announced a major update to Lightroom! The new version is called Lightroom CC, and is a part of the Creative Cloud. (For those of you not interested in using the Creative Cloud subscription service, it can still be downloaded as a standalone application, Lightroom 6.) The new update comes with some very much anticipated improvements, so […]

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I’m a big fan go shooting GoPro cameras because their size lets me get them in some great places (especially with waterproof cases) But GoPro footage is heavily compressed, which means your images can appear dull and flat. Fortunately its a pretty easy fix using Photoshop or Lightroom. Learn how to improve the look of […]

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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 […]

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