This week, Joy Celine Asto kicked things off with a checklist on how to get started with film photography. Then, Bryan Esler sat down with Adobe’s Stephen Neilson to discuss the latest Photoshop release.

Sara Kempner gave us her first look at the Xpozer print system — and showed us how to put it together. Bob Coates told us how to work the scene with tighter compositions, and finally, Julie Powell reviewed the versatile Tamron 70-300mm lens for Sony cameras.

How to get started with film photography: A checklist for beginners - In my recent years of shooting film for my personal projects, people are asking me more about the “how” than the “why.” This is really
With Photoshop 2021, Adobe fully embraces the future of photo editing - Without a doubt, the biggest update to Adobe’s Creative Cloud platform last week was for Photoshop. Featuring brand-new features like Sky Replacement and Neural Filters,
Testing out the Xpozer picture printing and hanging system - Recently I set up an image exhibit of some of my landscape photography at a local coffee shop. I piled nine large boxes with my
Work the scene better: Tighter compositions make better photographs - Have you ever come upon a scene thinking, “I know there’s something here.” And then walked away empty-handed? I know I have. However, it seems
Tamron 70-300mm for Sony proves to be a nature photography gem - Being a fan of Tamron, I jumped at the chance to review the soon-to-be released Tamron 70-300mm f/4.5-6.3 for my Sony. The lens is the