At the bottom of just about every story on Photofocus, you’ll find a chance for you to communicate with our team. This is your way to let us know what you like and think (and often serves as a direct way to request future content we’ll develop). We appreciate your input, and wanted to let you know how to get involved in Photofocus.
If you scroll to the bottom of each post, you’ll find tabs and a sharing area for most articles. Click on a word to activate the tab.
We love getting comments on articles. We read every one of them. We just don’t publish every one. By taking the time to comment, you’re ensuring that the staff knows what’s on your mind and what you want to see covered.
Comments that further the discussion and raise good points are always published. We generally do not run comments that use unprofessional language or that attack another commenter or the author. We also avoid “me too,” “nice shot,” and “you suck” comments (this isn’t YouTube after all).
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Rich has published over 100 courses on Lynda.com. Rich has authored several books including From Still to Motion, Understanding Photoshop, Professional Web Video, and Creating DSLR Video.
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