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Are women better at judging color?

In this post, I’m going to dive into how men and women are wired differently when it comes to judging color. If you’ve ever found yourself in the paint store

Calibrating with X-Rite and BenQ

If I told you that for the first five years of owning a camera I never calibrated my computer screen, you might have thought I was losing my mind. I

Saturation vs. vibrance

(Editor’s note: This is a guest article by Jeremy Chan, a Master Photographer/artist who is based in San Francisco, CA. Jeremy’s passion about fine art and creative has helped him

Photofocus Quick Tip Lightroom

Quick Tip: Dehaze Side Effects

The Dehaze adjustment in Lightroom is able to dramatically improve the appearance of haze in a photo, but not without some potential side effects. In this quick tip, you’ll learn

Photographer of the Day: dizbin

Category: Street Photograph: dizbin “pop will eat itself” While last week I showcased a great black and white, minimalist street photograph, this week couldn’t be any different. dizbin crates one

Lisa Robinson's weekly History of Photography Column

History of Photography: Early Stages of Color

Since the beginning, everyone wanted color photographs. Images being black and white only was a chief complaint about photography. Initially, there were a few “successes”; Sir John Herschel was able

Enter to win a new camera, a Fotopro tripod and monopod, plus much more!

It’s our birthday, and we want to celebrate with you! Check out our 21st birthday contest and enter to win a new camera, Drobo 8D, X-Rite calibration tools, XPozer prints, Skylum software and more!

Plus, by entering you’re automatically eligible to win one of our monthly prizes. This month we’re giving away a Fotopro prize package and a gift card from B&H Photo!