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Black and white vs. color: Which has more emotion?
I feel like this topic is one that can be debated from here to eternity. It's a fun discussion where...
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....
Perfecting color in landscapes with Perfectly Clear Complete
If you can make a terrific foundation, then you can be free to create. This is especially true regarding color....
Fixing your white balance: The ultimate solution
As I kept on playing with the Illuminati instruments incident and color light meter I'd been given a few weeks...
Portrait Tips: The sneaky secret of white balance
White balance is always trying to pull a fast one on you and sneak by with the wrong color in...
Portrait Retouch Part 3 of 3: Adding a Finishing Touch with Luminar 2018
Portrait Retouching with Luminar is a three part series: Enhancing Eyes and Facial Features; Smoothing Skin, Sculpting the Face and...
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...
Quick Tip: Shooting On A Grey Day – Color
A comment on one of my recent articles got me to thinking that I need to write some tips on...
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...
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,...
Fixing Problematic Colors with HSL
(Editor's note: This is a guest post by photographer and educator, Tim Grey.) There are many situations where the color...
Photographer of the Day: Nic Taylor
Category: Street Photography Photograph: "Samyang AF 35mm F1.4 FE" by Nic Taylor Titled simply "Samyang AF 35mm F1.4 FE", this...

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 refine a unique vision which embraces the timeless artistry. By

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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 how to compensate for the most common issues caused by

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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 of the most colorful street photographs I’ve seen, and does

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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 to record blue, green and red on paper coated with

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Fixing problematic colors with HSL by Tim Gray

Fixing Problematic Colors with HSL

(Editor’s note: This is a guest post by photographer and educator, Tim Grey.) There are many situations where the color in our photographs can be particularly challenging to get right. When a scene features a variety of different light sources,

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Photographer of the Day: Nic Taylor

Category: Street Photography Photograph: “Samyang AF 35mm F1.4 FE” by Nic Taylor Titled simply “Samyang AF 35mm F1.4 FE”, this is one of a series of images Nic Taylor posted to the Photofocus flickr page. The brilliantly colored grid of

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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 how to compensate for the most common issues caused by

Read More

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 of the most colorful street photographs I’ve seen, and does

Read More
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 to record blue, green and red on paper coated with

Read More
Fixing problematic colors with HSL by Tim Gray

Fixing Problematic Colors with HSL

(Editor’s note: This is a guest post by photographer and educator, Tim Grey.) There are many situations where the color in our photographs can be particularly challenging to get right. When a scene features a variety of different light sources,

Read More

Photographer of the Day: Nic Taylor

Category: Street Photography Photograph: “Samyang AF 35mm F1.4 FE” by Nic Taylor Titled simply “Samyang AF 35mm F1.4 FE”, this is one of a series of images Nic Taylor posted to the Photofocus flickr page. The brilliantly colored grid of

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Photographer of the Day: Dave Cheresna

Category: Street Photography Photograph:Neon Nights by Dave (Dave Cheresna, @dscphoto) Street photography is so often about scaling down and capturing the small scenes and moments. Dave’s image, “Neon Nights”, is a great example of this, capturing a riot of color

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