Recently, here at Photofocus, we’ve been introduced to the AH-mazing world of SongFreedom.com. A website that helps you license awesome music by artists you’ve actually heard without busting your budget AND while still respecting artist copyrights. What a concept! Can’t I Use Any Music? As photographers, we should all be respectful of our creative brothers […]
When I photograph food, I’m very particular about everything in the frame. The tabletop, textiles, colors, and dishes all play a role to bring a the scene together. I typically set everything up ahead of time, even before the food is cooked, so that things are ready to go well ahead of time. Once the food is […]
One of the most affordable digital cinema cameras to hit the market is the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera. This little beauty can capture a very pretty image, but focussing can be a bit tough. After all, if a shot is out of focus, generally it’s unusable. Explore how to achieve focus with Blackmagic cameras in […]
Lightroom Previews are a very important part of how Lightroom works! There’s a bunch of different settings that Adobe provides to suit a plethora of computer configurations. So why the heck would you want to do something crazy like clearing a crucial part of Lightroom? I’ve got two reasons for you.
Don’t miss our next Google Hangout. The event is TODAY, Monday, October 27, 2014. It’s absolutely free to attend thanks to Adobe and Drobo. It starts at 4PM Eastern/1PM Pacific. NOTE: We will be giving away a copy of the Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan to one viewer during the event. You must be watching live. Join Skip Cohen, Richard Harrington, and […]
NOTE: This is an updated version of a post I wrote several years ago… Many of the greatest photographers I know (or know of) are also musicians. Ansel Adams was a concert pianist. Tony Sweet is a jazz drummer. Roberto Valenzuela is a classical guitarist. Graham Nash of Crosby, Stills and Nash fame is a […]
One of the things I struggle with is organizing my cell phone images. On my iPhone, I can set up galleries or streams but I don’t always use them. QuickPics is offering a solution to tag and organize your mobile photos, and so far I love where they’re heading. With hundreds, if not thousands, of […]