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Great you finally have your website up and going. You have set up stat counter and google analytics. A few weeks later you check your stats and you don’t have any visitors. You start internet searching and everything is overwhelming. A Quick Explanation on How Search Engines Work As you can imagine there are billions of […]

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Join Photofocus’ Melissa Niu and wildlife photographer Moose Peterson about shooting undetected with the Nikon DF.

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Wildlife

In this free webinar, you’ll learn the essential skills and advanced secrets to make great looking wildlife photos. Free Webinar: Making Compelling Wildlife Photographs with Scott Bourne Scott Bourne will share secrets and practical advice that went into the making of some of his favorite and best-known images.  He’ll discuss both shooting and postproduction techniques that […]

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This post is going to be my little PSA for all photographers out there. Whether you consider yourself a professional or not, whether you have a ton of equipment or just a body and a lens or two, please, for the love of all images, get yourself insured!!! This friendly PSA comes from experience. Several […]

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What kind of story are you telling as a photographer? Please watch the above video and share your thoughts below in the comments. This experiment was recently posted and I wanted to create some dialogue and discuss how we can grow and learn. The pictures we create have the opportunity to share with the world […]

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Have you ever been zoomed in while editing in Photoshop, only to zoom out and realize your adjustments were not at all what you wanted? Here is a quick solution I like to use to avoid that situation. 1. Opening a New Window With your image open in Photoshop, from the menu bar, navigate to Window > Arrange > […]

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WIYB-Joe-McNally

Melissa Niu of Photofocus and Chase Reynolds of LensRentals.com talk with commercial photographer Joe McNally about shooting Nikon cameras since 1973 and what his favorite camera has been.

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