The eye should learn to listen before it looks.
― Robert Frank
I love to talk about backgrounds. For me, the background is often one of the most important elements to a photograph. That’s why when I get to a location, my Background Alert System is turned on and I immediately start looking for a killer background to host my subject. I was photographing ducks at a […]
While GoPro cameras offer awesome point of view shots, they don’t have the best battery life. I went into the test labs to see which battery lasted the longest. Learn how close the third party (and much cheaper) batteries were to the expensive GoPro batteries. This tutorial will help you decide which battery is best […]
Lets set up the scene. You have a 55 member family shoot. You loose count the ratio of kids to adults but all you know is that the kids out number the adults by a long margin. The ONLY time the family can all be together is 2 pm in the afternoon which adds to […]
Some photographers are driven to capture the world as it is; Brooke Shaden wants to capture the world as it isn’t. Inspired by empty rooms and open vistas, Shaden’s work features otherworldly imagery, pieced together in Adobe Photoshop. ___________________ This Post Sponsored by: Drobo. A family of Safe, Simple, and Expandable storage systems for capture in […]
I’ve got a free webinar this Friday that you might find helpful. I’m going to cover strategies that work with Apple and Adobe video tools on how to improve the look of video. This is a free event that you can watch live or check out the archive after. Friday, March 20th at 12pm EST […]
Editor’s Note: We’d like to welcome Joe McNally to Photofocus. While Joe’s a busy guy, he’ll be making some posts here from time to time. Please give a warm welcome to Joe and encourage him by leaving feedback on the article and sharing it with your friends. It Started with a Shimmer… Actually, a shimmer […]