Join photographer Rich Harrington as he shows you how to bring out the most detail in a landscape scene. He’ll walk you through the Aurora HDR and Perfectly Clear workflows.
Thanks to our partner Rocky Nook for this chapter on composition. The rule of thirds is easily the most well-known concept pertaining to composition. In fact, even if you’ve never
(Editor’s Note: We’d like to welcome this guest post from Matt Fey of PrintingCenterUSA. Matt writes for PrintingCenterUSA’s blog and social channels. In his free time, he enjoys taking photos
This week, we want to know how you use your camera and tripod together. Specifically, what method do you use to mount your camera to your tripod? Vote in the
(Editor’s note: Rocky Nook publishes books on photography. Their books are written by photographers for photographers. Photofocus is publishing select chapters from the Rocky Nook Enthusiast’s Guide series each week. First
Overnight, B&H introduced the Payboo card. This new payment option from B&H will allow shoppers to save the equivalent to the sales tax paid on each purchase shipped to eligible
This week, we want to know if you subscribe to Adobe Creative Cloud. If you didn’t hear earlier this week, Adobe is in the midst of testing the removal of
(Editor’s note: Author, educator and photographer Matt Kloskowski sent us some thoughts on vision, photography and what makes a good picture. It is really worth sharing. So we have.) For me,
VP of Product Management for Skylum Software, Rich Harrington unlocks secrets for creating truly astounding results using Aurora HDR as a plugin for Photoshop and Lightroom. Join the webinar Wednesday,
(Editor’s Note: We welcome Jamie MacDonald, an Olympus Visionary and Vanguard Pro living in Michigan. With a focus on nature and wildlife, Jamie says his motivations are to connect viewers to
We’re partnering with the great folks in the Photoshop and Photography Facebook community to bring you a great event. Join Richard Harrington, publisher of Photofocus as he unlocks new workflows for
A lot of times when you take a picture, there could be unwanted distortion. Maybe you’re higher or lower than the subject, and you’d like to make it really look
It’s time to vote. This week, we’d like to know how often you print your photographs.
If you have a picture of somebody who drinks a lot of coffee or smokes cigarettes, or just as they age, you might notice that the teeth take on a
(Editor’s note: This is a guest article by Jeremy Chan, a Master Photographer/artist who is based in San Francisco, CA. Jeremy’s passion about fine art and creative has helped him
When look at a photograph of a person, getting the skin tones right is important. You want nice, natural looking skin tones with rich color. Let’s explore how we can
It’s time to vote. This week, we’d like to know what your next camera purchase will be — a DSLR, mirrorless or film camera? Tell us why in the comments.
Would you like to engage with like-minded photographers? Then join our Facebook readers group. Comment on articles with longer discussions Share your photos (and maybe even be featured on Photofocus)
It’s time to vote. We’d like to know more about what type of memory card you shoot. Vote for the most common format you use to capture your images.
We’re introducing a COOL new feature for Photofocus readers. A free preset and LUT each week. Normally these will be newsletter exclusives (be sure to sign up for our newsletter
(Editor’s note: This guest post is from an avid workshop attendee, Thomas Lehman. He is a retired medical school professor with a deep interest in travel and making great photographs