Let’s trade cities for a bit. Last week, we were situated in Granada, Nicaragua. This week, we’re going to move to an entirely different city in an entirely different part of the world—Berlin, Germany. I visited this wonderful city in February 2014 and loved how easy it was to navigate through their public transportation system. […]

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Lenses lie…  It’s a simple truth. Do you want to xinsure that your photos are as accurate as possible?  You should realize that all lenses distort images (at least a small amount). This is why you should take the extra step to remove lens distortion.  The technology is built right into Adobe Camera Raw so you […]

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You might recognize the brand Case Logic because if you’ve ever been to almost any electronics store, you’ll see their bags for computers, cell phones, & other gadgets on display. But Case Logic also makes camera bags. And they’re pretty serious about these bags. The Case Logic claim to fame is two-fold. One: The bags […]

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Understanding Photoshop is a biweekly column that takes an in-depth look at how digital photographs are built and manipulated.  It is a college-level course in plain English for free at Photofocus.  To learn more see this article. Don’t Skip Column 7 Some of the core tasks of processing digital images with Photoshop involve  sizing, manipulation, and processing. […]

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Melissa Niu of Photofocus talks with headshot photographer Peter Hurley about his transition from a model in front of a camera to a world-renowned photographer behind the lens.

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This week we catch up with two photographers who share insights into taking your skills to the next level.  First, Photofocus publisher Rich Harrington sits down with Joe McNally to talk about passion, photography, and business.  Then Robert Vanelli catches up with wedding photographer and director of WPPI Jason Groupp.

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Back in 2009, when I made my living photographing stock imagery, the size of the images we could license made a difference in our potential for sales. Photos were sold based on how big the file was (in megapixels), so photographers with large-megapixel cameras had a more competitive edge over those of us who did not. At […]

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