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What is your WHY for photography?

Fellow Photofocus author Lauri Novak recently wrote a post about asking for critique on images and it kind of got me thinking. What is your WHY for photography? Have you

Why is still life photography important?

Still life photography is all about capturing stills of our daily life. While it may seem frivolous and staged to some, it is an important part of capturing our current

What is considered still life?

Most people believe that still life is just flowers and kitchen stuff, but it’s much more than that. It’s true that I photograph a lot of flowers and I have

Using Excire Search to locate landmarks

Using Excire Search to locate landmarks is quick and easy to do. I tend to travel a lot and I really like lighthouses, but I frequently forget which lighthouse is

Reaching out to other creatives

As photographers and creatives, we tend to work mostly on our own. It’s just the way many of us are wired. This isn’t a bad thing, it’s just that sometimes

Journaling for the new age photographer

Being a photographer often means wearing many different hats. Juggling business, finance, marketing, travel, appointments on top of just having to do the actual photoshoots. I don’t think it makes

A first look at DxO PhotoLab 3.1

I was recently offered a copy of DxO PhotoLab 3 to try out for a review. I have always been an Adobe girl and use Lightroom Classic and Photoshop exclusively —

Perfecting your post-processing process

These days taking an image with a DSLR camera is usually only half the process — the rest of the magic happens in post-processing. It really does not matter what