I feel like this topic is one that can be debated from here to eternity. It’s a fun discussion where everyone is right. Which has more emotion, black and white
My husband (Photofocus contributor Steve Eilenberg) frequently chides me for not editing tightly enough, of hanging on to image files that I “will never use and never show”. There is
(Editor’s note: Making photographs on an active railway is not only a flagrant violation of safety, it is also seriously illegal. Michèle Grenier, the author of this article, made the accompanying
Great Glamour Starts with Light but Finishes with Luminosity One of the concepts I stress most with my students is that photography is all about the play of lights and
Sometimes we get stuck with a plain background that we’d have preferred to be more interesting. The solution is often to dress it up in post I want to share
Why I love Instagram & Hipstamatic Like every photographer nowadays, I have been shooting with my iPhone more—it has virtually replaced the pocket point & shoot! The one camera that
Shoot Mode Tone Control Picking up where I left off last time. Besides the Film Simulations themselves, The Fuji-X cameras offer additional controls for customizing the look of the in-camera
Don’t just pre-visualize—see the shot! My “Re-Thinking the Raw File Workflow” post stirred up quite a storm of protest from photographers so thoroughly invested in a raw-file workflow that they
An Adventure in Venice, Italy for Carnival Bobbi Lane and I had the great fortune to shoot with a prototype GFX 50S on our tour of Venice Carnival 2017 this past
Channel Blending for Tone Control I’d like to share an advanced concept for tone control in Photoshop. This channel blending idea forms the basis of my 10-Channel Workflow for digital
The Camera that’s Just Enough for Most Everything I had the great fortune to beta test the newest iteration of Fujifilm’s X100, the X100F — the little camera that could! This
This post started with an email from a friend, Carole, who I hadn’t heard from in… well, decades. She wondered if I still had the negatives from a shoot we
Many modern mirrorless cameras offer great looking jpg color and film simulation modes straight out of the camera. But did you know that they can produce some of the best looking B&W
Black and white photographs can be very impactful, but there’s so much more to making great black and whites than simply removing the color. In this episode, Adobe’s Bryan O’Neil
Category: Portraits Photograph: by Marianna Roussou Originally shared on the Photofocus Flickr Community. To learn how your work can be featured on the site, please read this article.
Category: Portraits Photograph: by Berit Alits Originally shared on the Photofocus Flickr Community. To learn how your work can be featured on the site, please read this article.
Category: Portraits Photograph: by Luis Alvarez Marra Originally shared on the Photofocus Flickr Community. To learn how your work can be featured on the site, please read this article.
Category: Family Photograph: “That Look”, by Juliano Kki, originally shared in the Photofocus Facebook Group community right here. Join the group to see some of Juliano’s other work, as well
This “How to Create the Look” article shows what it takes to create a rugged Black & White portrait.
Category: Portraits Photograph: by Originally shared on the . To learn how your work can be featured on the site, please read this article.
Category: Architecture Photograph: Under the Gateway, by Murray Fox Originally shared on the Photofocus Google Plus community. To learn how your work can be featured on the site, please read