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NOTE: This is a guest post and images are Copyright Canadian photographer Quin Barrie Ever since broadband came to my neighborhood, Ive been watching NASA TV online and following the Space Shuttle launches and missions. With every mission, its been
Throughout 2019, Olympus is celebrating its 100th anniversary. In commemoration of this centennial milestone, Olympus has launched a dedicated website and series of short documentary videos, each dedicated to Olympus’ role in medical, imaging and scientific solutions. Late Sunday night,
Every weekday, Photofocus curators share a great photograph taken by one of our readers. Every month we highlight photographs in the genres of architecture, portrait, outdoor, street and a flex category that changes each month. In May, we started exploring
“If your pictures aren’t good enough, you aren’t close enough.” -Robert Capa Robert Capa is accepted as the greatest war photographer during the first half of the twentieth century. Capa (born André Friedmann) was born in Budapest, Hungary. Germany, 1930-1933
Virtual Tours are a quickly growing area of opportunity for photographers. Local businesses can share what it’s like to visit their facilities with Google and other platforms. In this multipart series, we’ll learn about the process. Let’s learn about merging
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 poll below and tell us why in the comments!
Symmetry is pretty common in architecture. Many buildings have symmetrical features since it’s often the most efficient design. So, naturally, symmetry becomes an important tool when photographing architecture! You hear many rules in the photography world, and symmetry is not
Category: Macro Photographer: Andrzej Figlewicz Photo: “Juggling Fly” This photograph of the Lucilia Sericata — known as the common green bottle fly — showcases the immense detail that is often presented by macro images. Here, the fly is enjoying some sugar
Get the show here or get it on iTunes — Please, post a review on iTunes. Welcome to Mind Your Own Business! Premier headshot photographer and education Peter Hurley joins us today! We discuss: How Peter got his
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