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Michael Kelley | Photographer of the Week

Michael Kelley didn’t graduate from a photo school, didn’t take photo classes and if you met him right out of college, he would have told you he was going to

Using Lightroom and Photoshop for HDR

Using Lightroom and Photoshop, you can create stunning HDR images without the use of a 3rd party plugin, and you’ll be left with with great results! Disclaimer: This is just

How to Beat Chromatic Aberration

Nikon D800, 28-300mm f/3.5-5.6 VR lens @ 28mm, f/11, 7 frame HDR, finished in Photomatix Pro. Chromatic aberration may show up as a colored halo in your images, usually surrounding

Featured Photo By Dennis Ramos

_____________________ This shot was taken during our family vacation trip in Downtown Atlanta. It’s part of the downtown series I made that features some few buildings around the city. The

Featured Photo by Barry Mountford

Editors Note: Each week well be featuring members of the Photofocus community. Part of our New Years resolution is to focus on new and emerging talent. As such, Melissa Niu

Featured Photo by Scot Hampton

This was shot on one of those warm nights we had in early November. (I was in a t-shirt…sorry East coasters!) Anyway, I had been wanting to shoot this building

Trey Ratcliff Explains His History with HDR

Trey Ratcliff has made a tremendous impact with HDR photography. In this talk he addresses how technology has changed the way we create awareness, connect ideas, and portray the world.

Photographers: Protect yourself and others

Guest Post & Photo by Stephan Bollinger – Circle Stephan on Google+ When I picked up my very first camera over 30 years ago, I had no aspirations to ever become a

Introduction to Focus Blending

Guest Photo & Post By Nat Coalson Like HDR, focus blending is becoming another popular way for photographers to create digital images that are not possible with a single capture