It’s been a great week at Photofocus! Here’s a few of our favorite posts from the past week.

First, Chris Anson discusses the FAA forcing recreational drone users to register via LAANC, while Bryan Esler reviews Sony TOUGH memory cards. Vanelli talked with judges Kevin Ames and Michele Grenier about the Impact Photo Contest, and Lauri Novak helped us see the bigger picture with a visit to the Chicago White Sox stadium. Finally, Bob Coates capped off the week showing us how to turn nature into abstract photography art.

And don’t forget! Drobo and Photofocus are having a photography contest. Read more about it and enter your photo here.

FAA forces recreational drone flyers to use LAANC authorization - As of July 23, 2019, the FAA is requiring recreational drone flyers to use LAANC (Low Altitude Authorization and Notification Capability) authorization to fly in
Achieving peace of mind with TOUGH memory cards - I photograph a lot of corporate events and am constantly on-the-go. Up until recently, I had relied on trusty SanDisk Extreme PRO SD UHS-II memory
Vanelli talks with two of the judges of the Impact Photo Contest - Drobo, the foremost manufacturer of protected storage devices and Photofocus bring you the Impact Photo Contest to celebrate World Photography Day, Monday, August 19, 2019.
details in photography Seeing details in the bigger picture - I recently went to a fan event at Guaranteed Rate Field (still Comiskey Park to me), home of the Chicago White Sox. I thought it
Abstract photo art from nature - Creating abstract photo art from nature is a wonderful way to turn a ho-hum overcast photo day into one that gets you some colorful décor