It’s been a great week here on Photofocus. Here’s a review of some of our posts. A camera/printer combo fun package from Canon is reviewed by Mike Hagen, Vanelli has
Dropbox. Google Drive. Creative Cloud. OneDrive. As photographers, we all have cloud services we utilize to share and store files. But oftentimes it’s hard to keep track of everything, and
(Editor’s note: Photofocus author Tim Grey tackles the nine most important backup habits for photographers in this three-part, easy to digest series. Read part 1 here. The third and last
First, let’s be clear. Bulletproof is not Fail Safe. In the real world of shooting with guns, bulletproof doesn’t exist. The term is “bullet resistant.” The idea behind the “bulletproof”
Category: Nature Photographer: Stewart Baird Title: Clouds All Over Infrared. Generally, the viewer loves or hates it, but it never fails to grab the eye. To the naked eye, I’ll
Category: Architecture/Landscape Photography by Nic Taylor Originally shared on the Photofocus Flickr page. With a leaden sky clamping down on the valley, Nic Taylor captured a wonderful panorama which uses the mountains on
As a professional photographer in the digital age, protecting your data is one of the most important things you can do for your business (or hobby). Having come from a
This week’s podcast interviews with two folks influencing the world of photography. First up is Adobe’s Sharad Mangalick who discusses how to use Lightroom Mobile. Then Melissa Niu sits down
The other day I was outside walking my dog, and just as I was approaching my house I could not help but notice the amazing clouds up in the sky.
This article is a guest post from Gerard Murphy or Mosaic. His company uses the Cloud to provide services to Lightroom users. The Adobe naysayers have been working overtime lately.