Each person reacts to the challenges and rewards of travel differently. Traditionally, I am not a religious or meditative person, but I am at my most spiritual in far-flung and
Photography is life. Kevin is living it to the fullest. His practice includes fashion, editorial, architectural and corporate photography. Most of all he loves making photographs! See more of his work on his website.
Category: Portrait Photographer: Gianluca Moretto Photo: “Omaggio a Stanley” Oh my droogies, this portrait is real horrorshow. For fans of Stanley Kubrick’s film, “A Clockwork Orange” the vocabulary is completely familiar.
Although photography is fun, sometimes we are just too serious about it. Sunday Comics gives us a smile and sometimes a laugh (out loud). LOL Sunday Comics opening photo is
While day-to-day minutiae at home can lead to stress, anxiety, and a loss of mental balance, slipping into a new routine on the road can be just as taxing. With
Editing a video helps tell the story. It doesn’t matter what software you use to make your cut. You must know what to do to make your story work. “Making
Category: Portrait Photographer: Michael Hutchinson Photo: “Venice Beach Artist” A great portrait tells us who the person portrayed is. The story is underpinned by clothing, accessories, environment and the pose.
Photography is fun. So is reading about it, watching videos about it and actually doing it. Sunday Comics are a short break in the action of our favorite pastime for
“For me, the single word that best sums him up as a photographer is ‘bold’ ” -Philip B. Kunhart, Jr., editor, Life magazine describing Co Rentmeester Jacobus “Co” Rentmeester was
A lot’s been happening on Photofocus. Here’s a sample: Lauri Novak leads off telling how to use Luminar Flex looks in Lightroom. She follows that by answering why it’s good
Drobo and Photofocus have teamed up to present the first annual Impact Photo Contest in conjunction with World Photography Day on August 19, 2019. Prizes are essential gear for all
Composition is a key skill for every photographer. Our continuing series of excerpts from “The Enthusiast’s Guide to Composition” published by Rocky Nook explains using natural frames. See all of
Category: Portrait Photographer: Fred Leaders Photo: “Happy Father’s Day” What says Happy Father’s Day better than a portrait of a daughter sitting on her dad’s shoulders? Nothing! Right? This warm
Why do 89% of people who graduate with a degree in photography fail? Only 11% of graduates actually work as a photographer. And only a very few of them make
We all take photography seriously. We obsess over composition, exposure and what we are going to do in post. Sunday Comics on Photofocus is a breath of humor to relax
“There is only you and your camera. The limitations in your photography are in yourself, for what we see is what we are.” – Ernst Haas Ernest Haas is considered
Welcome to the week that was on Photofocus! This time, Bryan Esler explained why two Drobos are better than one, Mike Hagen discussed dissonance (whatever that is) in outdoor photography,
“The point to our software is to make a much more powerful and unique editing experience. To make awesome results much easier and to bring the results that people before
As you might imagine, making the effort to explore a new position or viewpoint (other than your default of camera at eye level) is a very useful skill to have
Category: Portrait Photographer: Allan Jones Photo: “Beatrice Blaj” Fashion? Beauty, Boudoir? No matter which best suits your view of “Beatrice Blaj,” the photograph is a compelling portrait. It is professionally
Sunday Comics take a moment to reflect on the power of photography with a quote by Dorothea Lange.
“That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.” -Neil Armstrong, July 20, 1969 50 years ago, yesterday, human beings landed on another body in our solar system