The Weekly Wrap-up compiles interesting articles published during the week on Photofocus. This week we posted articles on making photographs in falling snow and from a moving train, a technical look at external graphics cards, thoughts on why landscape photographers want to carry telephoto lenses, what is a normal lens and the value of spending time with our fellow creatives. Enjoy.

Icebergs in Antarctica (Danko) in falling snow Photographing in falling snow - In a recent video from LinkedIn Learning, photographer Justin Resnick addressed exposure issues which photographers can encounter when shooting snow. In this post, I’m going
The Traveling Photographer: Photography from a moving train - Is it possible to make good photographs from the window of a moving train? If you asked me last month I would have said absolutely
eGPU Setup Image eGPU: Why you should or shouldn’t get one - eGPU’s, external graphics cards connected over the relatively new Thunderbolt 3 connection, are fascinating pieces of hardware that enable Thunderbolt 3 equipped laptops to use
Why landscape photographers should always carry a telephoto - While corporate events and commercial advertising photography are my bread and butter, landscapes are what I love to photograph on the weekends. As much as
group of photographers Spending time with fellow creatives - How often do you get together with other photographers or even other artists? Spending time with those who share our passions can be helpful in