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Rob and I have heard lots of people mention that they wish there was an automatic way to get their photographs into Lightroom after finishing them in Photoshop. Or we hear of people who won’t “bother” with Lightroom because you “have”    to use Bridge to work in Photoshop anyway. Let me tell you, comments like […]

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It’s time for the Question of the Week.  We’d like to know which brand cameras you regularly shoot with.  Feel free to choose more than one answer or write in your camera if it’s not listed.  This is for brand of camera, not model. ______ This Post Sponsored by: Viewbug  Stick With Viewbug & Photofocus throughout 2014 […]

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Scott Bourne’s new book — 72 Essays on Photography — is now available in Apple’s iBookstore.  You can read the book on Mac or iPad with the iBooks application.  To see the book click here —https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/72-essays-on-photography/id816021495?ls=1&mt=11. Scott spent 40 years as a photographer and has crafted several inspirational essays to help photographers find their spirit. I have […]

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This is a save the date announcement for our next Google+ Hangout. Great Black and White images using Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Wednesday, February 19 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM (ET) 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM (PT) Hosted by Rob Sylvan & Levi Sim Featured Guest Bryan O’Neil Hughes from Adobe You can sign up for […]

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We’re holding a Google Hangout today (meaning Wednesday, January 22).  The topic is Lightroom and we’re going to tackle every photographer’s New Year’s resolution (getting organized).  You’ll learn important strategies for import and keeping your photos safe. Of course we’ll thrown in a few tips on developing (we can’t help ourselves). Here is the URL — https://plus.google.com/events/cecgikt5m6fmor43en4ev2s9634 Get […]

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We’d like to get to know you a little better.  Each week we’ll have a short question to learn more about our readership.  Answering will help us customize the content of Photofocus to better match the needs of our readers.

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You might have heard me gush about how much I love shooting HDR with my Olympus OM-D E-M1.  It has great built-in bracketing (7 exposures for a 14-stop dynamic range).  It’s fast, light, and easy to shoot with.  It’s quickly become my favorite HDR camera. But it’s also quite capable at shooting great stills, time-lapse, and […]

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We are thrilled to have another fun yet informative Google+ Hangout with some industry pros who want to tackle and throw down some pretty cool Photoshop Lightroom tips and tricks. This time its all about getting organized and keeping your photos safe. Of course we’ll thrown in a few tips on developing (we can’t help […]

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At Photofocus, we’ve always tried to put the spotlight on talented people.  We feel one of the best ways to learn and enjoy photography is by sharing fresh images and new voices. Our podcast has interviews with a bunch of inspirational folks three times a month. Our Photographer of the Week segment interviews an interesting professional every […]

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We’d like to get to know you a little better.  Each week we’ll have a short question to learn more about our readership.  Answering will help us customize the content of Photofocus to better match the needs of our readers. Continue reading

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Many of you missed our last G+ Hangout?  It was a great one featuring Photoshop product manager Bryan O’Neil Hughes and Photoshop expert (and Photofocus contributor) Howard Pinsky. Can’t see the video? Click here — http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jjUYF4xLb_g We had an in-depth hangout about the latest improvements to Photoshop (as well as the future of digital imaging).  If […]

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We’ve got several Google+ Hangouts in the works.  We’d like to know which topics you’re most interested in hearing about. Please feel free to vote for all that you want to see, or add new ideas in the comments section. ______ This Post Sponsored by: Adobe Photoshop CC and Lightroom for US$9.99/mo. Limited-time offer for Photoshop […]

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As the new year rings close, we are opening up new and exciting opportunities to our audience.  We know the endless amount of talent that is out there and I’m sure there are many that read Photofocus that would like to have a voice to share their passion.  If you are an artist that has […]

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I wanted to take just a moment to let you know how our Twitter stream will be evolving in the next year.  Currently, many of you subscribe to get tweets about the new stories we’ve published.  We’ll keep publishing those. But we plan to add additional tweets too. News about contests (we have a new […]

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We’re putting together the editorial plan for next year.  That’s fancy talk for locking ourselves in a room and talking about how to make Photofocus the best it can possibly be.  To do that, we’d like your opinion. Please answer the poll above. You can vote for multiple topics. You can only vote once. Feel […]

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We are thrilled to add the fresh and talented, Erik Valind, to our list of excellent educators and experts on Photofocus.   We can’t wait for you to get to know his work and understand the best equipment and processes he takes to get the best images for his clients. Erik Valind is a freelance […]

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It’s November 2, 2013. 15 years ago, on this date in 1998, I created Photofocus. I framed it as an “online magazine” because RSS hadn’t been invented yet and “blogs” were something still in the future. I did attach audio segments every quarter, but these couldn’t technically be called podcasts because again – podcasts require […]

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From time to time we hear from some of our readers that they’d like Photofocus in a more “classic” style layout.  Well, we’ve got good news for those of you who want to customize the look of the site or read it using a RSS reader. Visit this page to subscribe via Feedly (a totally free […]

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In case you missed our first one on HDR, be sure to watch  on Google+ or YouTube. ______ This Post Sponsored by: lynda.com Learn photography anytime, anywhere, and at your own pace—from bite-sized tutorials to comprehensive courses. Try lynda.com free for 10 days by visiting lynda.com/ Photofocus. Mosaic A complete solution for photographers using Lightroom who want to […]

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We’re excited to invite you to our first Google+ hangout this Thursday. Here is the URL for the event (be sure to signup for the event). https://plus.google.com/events/cllg6kjq6t3t7ge4a0a3nqjcvvs There is a YouTube player window on the page you can watch. You can also click here – http://youtu.be/K-4syJqwmDg It will be the first of an ongoing tradition, which […]

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Some readers have asked about other ways to see our website. We’ve got several ways to make it easier not to miss great photo stories. I hope these methods help you keep up on the latest photo news and inspiration. Twitter Feed Our Twitter feed is just the headlines for each story.  This is a way to get […]

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