Photofocus articles that caught my eye this week are one from Julie Powel on a D.I.Y. backlight setup, a first look at the new 61MP Sony camera by Bryan Esler, retouching photos with a vertical monitor with Erin Holmstead, a close look at our redesign by the man who did it, Bryan Esler and last but not least I answer a question about the cover of a magazine published 50 years ago. Cheers!

Creating a D.I.Y. lightbox - Why try this fun afternoon project, you just need a sheet of white acrylic (mine is 900mm x 600mm) but it does not need to
Sony introduces 61-megapixel a7R IV camera - This morning, Sony introduced its latest camera, the a7R IV. Packing a 35mm full-frame 61-megapixel back-illuminated Exmor R CMOS image sensor, the camera features 15-stop
I edit vertically, don’t you? - You heard me, right folks, I edit on a vertical screen and yes it’s as crazy as it sounds. However, for a portrait photographer like
Inside the Photofocus redesign: Articles and comments - As we continue to make improvements to the new, I wanted to draw your attention to a few different features. This comes after a
Time magazine and the moon. Photo illustration by Kevin Ames for Photofocus Why was a painting of the moon landing on the cover of Time? - Fifty years ago, today, July 20, 1969, the whole world paused to watch a really fuzzy video in black and white of Neil Armstrong stepping