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Melissa Niu of Photofocus and Chase Reynolds of LensRentals.com talk with commercial photographer Joel Grimes about using ISO Bracketing on a recent shoot for Harley Davidson Motorcycles.

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Join Melissa Niu of Photofocus, Chase Reynolds from LensRentals.com and commercial photographer Glyn Dewis as they talk about using different cameras for different reasons. Glyn also talks about how important his cell phone is to his photography.

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After kicking off my new column, Photo Methodology, way above the urban playground of Times Square, let’s change our scenery to a more natural environment that is enjoyed by millions each year: Arches National Park. Have you ever stumbled onto a photo that really caught your eye but for whatever reason, the timing just didn’t […]

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When photographing food, the direction of your light is very important. Certain angles of light will help shape the scene and can also be the difference between a successful image, and one that is just “meh”. In this article I will be sharing examples of three different types of light: back light, front light, and side […]

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As a small business owner, I have found that networking with other photographers to be extremely helpful to my personal and professional growth. I enjoy getting together with photographers who do work that I admire and run businesses with reputations that I admire and “talking shop.” As relationships grow it can turn into a safe […]

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Editor’s Note: We’re adding regular columns at Photofocus.  We’re pleased to introduce a new one from photographer Brian Matiash which will run each Tuesday.  Be sure to leave a comment below about the new format and offer Brian ideas and encouragement.  Enjoy! Welcome to the first installment of my new weekly series, Photo Methodology. Everyday, […]

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I’ve been sitting on this article for far too long. This was my very first star shoot and even though I learned a ton, I felt my photos could have been better so I procrastinated finishing this how to article. I then realized, we are all growing and learning and what better way to share my […]

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