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Printing is the Lost Art of Photography
Why are prints are so important? Printing is a part of many photographers business or workflow that can be improved....
Professional Color with Lightroom’s Camera Calibration
I started photography by shooting film in high school just before the turn of the century, and I don't miss...
The Founder of 500px , Photographer Tim Wallace, and Hot Gear | Photofocus Podcast 9/25/14
This week's show is a triple header. First, Melissa Niu chats with Evgeny Tchebotarev who is the co-founder of 500px...
Avrohom Perl | Photographer of the Week
Photos of jewelry that makes you want to buy, subtle imagery of high tech devices in every day life, the...
Scott Basile | Photographer of the Week
Embracing new technologies while continuing to uphold the beauty of the old is something many do not attempt, instead focused...
A Free Webinar on Aviation Photography
We were pleased to have Moose Peterson join us recently in the studio to talk to us about some of...
Richard Thompson III | Photographer of the Week
Car-lovers rejoice, because Richard Thompson's photographs are the stuff of your dreams. Richard is a quiet, contemplative man who suddenly...
Attaching a Camera to a Car
Take advantage of all that the GoPro HERO has to offer: learn how to get unique, interesting angles for your...
19 Photos for Pollution Awareness
Our friends over at ViewBug had a great contest that was aimed to help bring awareness to the problems that...
Meet Photofocus Contributor: Greg Sims
Some artists are born with a beautiful artistic eye, and others are very knowledgeable in the techniques of photography. This...
Non-Destructive Stamping (Cloning)
As a commercial advertising photographer that specializes in composites, I am continually developing my skill set to allow for easy...
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...

Printing is the Lost Art of Photography

Why are prints are so important? Printing is a part of many photographers business or workflow that can be improved. Most of us don’t know how to print or even understand the basics of printing. Sure, the ease of going

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Avrohom Perl | Photographer of the Week

Photos of jewelry that makes you want to buy, subtle imagery of high tech devices in every day life, the perfect shot of food that makes your mouth water… who takes those images? If you’re in New York, odds are

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Scott Basile | Photographer of the Week

Embracing new technologies while continuing to uphold the beauty of the old is something many do not attempt, instead focused on only the former part of that equation. For Scott Basile, he uses new technologies to bring old techniques to

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A Free Webinar on Aviation Photography

We were pleased to have Moose Peterson join us recently in the studio to talk to us about some of his new projects and share photo tips. We’ll have his interview released soon. But you can catch up and learn

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Richard Thompson III | Photographer of the Week

Car-lovers rejoice, because Richard Thompson’s photographs are the stuff of your dreams. Richard is a quiet, contemplative man who suddenly bursts with energy and love for his craft. Seeing him at work is a joy in itself. “I’d describe my

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Attaching a Camera to a Car

Take advantage of all that the GoPro HERO has to offer: learn how to get unique, interesting angles for your shoots when working with a car in this tutorial. Watch more at. Thanks to LensRentals.com for the gear support as

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19 Photos for Pollution Awareness

Our friends over at ViewBug had a great contest that was aimed to help bring awareness to the problems that pollution and waste cause. The photos shown are part of a selection of images communicating perspectives from close to 100

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Meet Photofocus Contributor: Greg Sims

Some artists are born with a beautiful artistic eye, and others are very knowledgeable in the techniques of photography. This particular photographer possesses both characteristics and we are more than thrilled to have Greg Sims a regular author and contributor

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Non-Destructive Stamping (Cloning)

As a commercial advertising photographer that specializes in composites, I am continually developing my skill set to allow for easy unlimited tweaking of the images I create.When developing complex visual ideas with many layers, that most of the time, need

Read More

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 at night for a while. I’ve been to Cafe Zoetrope

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Avrohom Perl | Photographer of the Week

Photos of jewelry that makes you want to buy, subtle imagery of high tech devices in every day life, the perfect shot of food that makes your mouth water… who takes those images? If you’re in New York, odds are

Read More

Scott Basile | Photographer of the Week

Embracing new technologies while continuing to uphold the beauty of the old is something many do not attempt, instead focused on only the former part of that equation. For Scott Basile, he uses new technologies to bring old techniques to

Read More

A Free Webinar on Aviation Photography

We were pleased to have Moose Peterson join us recently in the studio to talk to us about some of his new projects and share photo tips. We’ll have his interview released soon. But you can catch up and learn

Read More

Richard Thompson III | Photographer of the Week

Car-lovers rejoice, because Richard Thompson’s photographs are the stuff of your dreams. Richard is a quiet, contemplative man who suddenly bursts with energy and love for his craft. Seeing him at work is a joy in itself. “I’d describe my

Read More

Attaching a Camera to a Car

Take advantage of all that the GoPro HERO has to offer: learn how to get unique, interesting angles for your shoots when working with a car in this tutorial. Watch more at. Thanks to LensRentals.com for the gear support as

Read More

19 Photos for Pollution Awareness

Our friends over at ViewBug had a great contest that was aimed to help bring awareness to the problems that pollution and waste cause. The photos shown are part of a selection of images communicating perspectives from close to 100

Read More

Meet Photofocus Contributor: Greg Sims

Some artists are born with a beautiful artistic eye, and others are very knowledgeable in the techniques of photography. This particular photographer possesses both characteristics and we are more than thrilled to have Greg Sims a regular author and contributor

Read More

Non-Destructive Stamping (Cloning)

As a commercial advertising photographer that specializes in composites, I am continually developing my skill set to allow for easy unlimited tweaking of the images I create.When developing complex visual ideas with many layers, that most of the time, need

Read More

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 at night for a while. I’ve been to Cafe Zoetrope

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How crowd sourcing led to an HDR adventure

I think whoever invented the idea for HDR software must have been a car guy who wanted to make it simpler to show off his beautiful cars. Cars are such ideal subjects for HDR techniques because they always have bright

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Compositing in Photoshop Using the Clip Approach

I began adapting my photographic style and philosophy from hard core purist to compositor the first time I ever opened Photoshop. For me, within this type of application were the keys to unlimited visual possibilities. The only bummer? I had

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