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Jackie Johnson: Creative photographer
On Photography: David duChemin, 1971-present
WATERLINE: A hurricane story
Glenn Smith: Nature and wildlife photographer
On Photography: Richard Drew, 1946-Present
Patriot Day: Remembering 9/11 on the 20th anniversary through photography
September 11: Remembering 20 years since the towers fell
From medicine, to music, to photography: Atop a mountain peak with Jose Mostajo
Klaus Scherer: A variety of interests
On Photography: Kwame Brathwaite, 1938-present
Joanne Gardner: Travel and landscape photographer
Perspectives of landscapes with Todd Higgins, this week on The Photographer Show

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Glenn Smith: Nature and wildlife photographer

This week we’re getting to know community member, Glenn Smith. Glenn is a photographer based in Southwest Sydney Australia. He mainly photographs nature and wildlife within the Australian Botanic Gardens at Mount Annan. Haven’t joined the Photofocus Community yet? Sign

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On Photography: Richard Drew, 1946-present

On Photography: Richard Drew, 1946-Present

“That you can be two hours early, but you can’t be a 60th-of-a-second late. In other words, if you’re not there when it happens, you can’t take a picture of it.” -Richard Drew 20 years ago today, Associated Press photographer

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Klaus Scherer: A variety of interests

This week we’re getting to know community member, Klaus Scherer. Klaus has been practicing photography since the early 1980s. He started with analog and still uses film today. Most of his work is in black and white. With digital, he

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On Photography: Kwame Brathwaite, 1938-present

On Photography: Kwame Brathwaite, 1938-present

“Black is beautiful.” -popularized by Kwame Braithwaite Kwame Brathwaite, dressed in a three-piece suit, came to MoMA PS1 in Queens, NY for his first photography assignment in over 20 years. He was to make portraits of the artist Joanne Petit-Frère

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On Photography: Hiro, 1930-2021

On Photography: Hiro, 1930-2021

“With the pragmatic brilliance of a Renaissance master, Hiro has changed the way photographs look, and with an endlessly inventive technique has changed the way photographers work.” -The American Photographer The iconic photographer of fashion and still life with a

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Nighttime action shots with the kids

I don’t know what it is about nighttime, but that seems to be the time when my brain is the most creative. Maybe it’s due to the fact that all day I am running around doing mom things and once

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How speedlights work

A few years ago when I picked up my first speedlight, I was confused and daunted. I couldn’t seem to get things to work as I wanted to — so much so I didn’t really use it very much. Jump

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Why you should print your photos

Do you ever print your photos? Not just post them on social media, but real tangible images printed on beautiful photo paper? If you don’t, then perhaps you should. Consider these reasons why you should print your photos. Lost art

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Top six fall landscape photography tips to try

Already planning for this year’s fall photography shoot? Whether you’re new to landscape photography in the fall season or want to do better this time, it’s always great to pick up a tip or two from other photographers. Today’s set of fall

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Split lighting for a dramatic portrait

Split light isn’t one of the most flattering light patterns but it is one of the most dramatic ones. Here’s how to use just one light, placed in the right position, to create a dramatic portrait. Split lighting is exactly

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