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Creativity is part of who we are
Stop comparing your photography to others
The great outdoors: Meet Michael Ryno on the next episode of The Photographer Show
Phillip Peterson: Landscape, people and macro photographer
Debby Johnson: Portrait photographer
My favorite jams for culling and editing photos
Five ways to get creative with beach photography
Five stories on celebrating Pride Month through photography
On Photography: Anne Noggle, 1922-2005
Michael Ryno: Landscape and outdoor photographer
All about relationships: Growing a business at 23, with Brandon Olmscheid
An exercise in inspiration

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Phillip Peterson

Phillip Peterson: Landscape, people and macro photographer

This week we’re getting to know community member, Phillip Peterson. Phillip is from southeast Kansas and photographs anything that moves or does not move. He enjoys landscape, people and macro photography. Woodworking is another of Phillip’s creative hobbies. Haven’t joined

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Debby Johnson

Debby Johnson: Portrait photographer

This week we’re getting to know community member, Debby Johnson. Haven’t joined the Photofocus Community yet? Sign up for free today! How did you get started in photography? “I got started in photography by accident. I come from a long

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Five ways to get creative with beach photography

With the official arrival of summer, many of us will be spending more time outside, especially at the beach. Below are five ways to help you get creative with your beach photography! 1. Reflections Adding reflections into your beach photos

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On Photography: Anne Noggle, 1922-2005

On Photography: Anne Noggle, 1922-2005

“We have a saying in Russia: If there hadn’t been an unhappy incident there never would be a happy one!” — Anne Noggle In the history of photography, Anne Noggle (1922–2005) stands alone among the great American photographers for her powerful,

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Michael Ryno: Landscape and outdoor photographer

This week we’re getting to know community member, Michael Ryno. Michael is from Colorado which provides him with what seems like an infinite number of fabulous locations to photograph. This includes mountains, open vistas, interesting geological formations, lakes, streams, waterfalls,

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An exercise in inspiration

As photographers, we often pride ourselves on our ability to see the inspiration and creative potential in any scene. This is a skill that comes through practice and the development of your artistic eye over time. This may seem to

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A photographer father as a first teacher, hero and love

With Father’s Day in full swing, I’m sure many of you already have plans to celebrate, with or without something photography-related included. Whichever the case, I’m sure you’ll find today’s featured body of work a touching visual story. For Father’s

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On Photography: Lisette Model, 1901-1983

On Photography: Lisette Model, 1901-1983

“I just picked up a camera without any kind of ambition to be good or bad. And especially without any ambition to make a living … My whole freedom working in photography comes because I say to myself, ‘Let’s see

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Using self-portraits to learn

Self-portraits, ugh. If you’re like me, you really dislike having your photo taken, don’t you? Most of us prefer to be on the other side of the camera taking the images. There is something to be said though for using

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Sony announces new ZV-E10 for bloggers and video creators

Sony Electronics Inc. today announced the first Alpha series interchangeable lens vlog camera, the new ZV-E10. Designed from the ground up for vlogging and vloggers, the new camera combines Sony’s advanced imaging technology with extensive usability and a custom-built feature

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Get beautiful bokeh in seconds with this new LuminarAI update

Today, Skylum released LuminarAI Update 4, which delivers the much-anticipated Portrait BokehAI along with other, useful, free features to help visual storytellers unlock their creativity. It’s available now as a free update for current LuminarAI customers. Complete control of focus

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Sigma 65mm f/2 DG DN C (L mount): A brilliant oddity of a lens

Sigma’s small, well-built I series contemporary lenses certainly raised a few eyebrows when they were released, especially the odd 65mm f2 DG DN. This fast prime lens finds itself sitting between two of the most popular focal lengths (50mm and 85mm) and nobody knew quite what to make of it. We’ve been hard at work figuring it out.

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