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Portrait Tips: Pretty leaves don’t make a good portrait
This is a wonderful time of year. It's like the trees are throwing a big party for having survived another...
Six tips to capture autumn colors
With the autumn season upon us, now is the perfect time to go out and photograph the abundance of colors...
Don’t be like me: How not to smash your lens and knees
Think of this as a public service announcement. Today, I'm going to discuss how to avoid smashing your equipment, day...
Weekly Wrap-Up: October 20-26, 2019
This week, the Photofocus team landed in New York City for PhotoPlus. While there, we found some great new products!...
Creative lighting for your pumpkins
Whether you are photographing pumpkins for fall, Halloween or even Thanksgiving, it's easy to get creative with lighting for your...
Weekly Wrap-Up: September 22-28, 2019
The last week of summer closes out with lots of great reads on Photofocus this week. We kicked off fall...
Photographer of the Day: Jeremy VanderMeer
Category: Fall Photographer: Jeremy VanderMeer Photo: "crunchy" The shallow depth of field that Jeremy used on this photograph really makes...
Embracing the fall season through photography
I don’t know about you, but fall is one of my favorite seasons. Why? It’s finally cooling off, there are...
Photographer of the Day: E.P. Scott
Category: Fall Photographer: E.P. Scott Photo: "Autumn Fire" I absolutely love this fall shot by E.P. of an abandoned building...
Photographer of the Day: Joe
Category: Fall Photographer: Joe Photo: "First Signs of Fall" Sometimes a minimalist, subdued image can have a powerful impact. Joe's...
Photographer of the Day: Ian Lewry
Category: Fall Photographer: Ian Lewry Photo: "New Hampshire USA - in the fall" When it comes to landscapes, I'm always...
15 creative fall photography ideas
Will fall in full swing, and the leaves starting to change, now's a good of time as any to get...

Six tips to capture autumn colors

With the autumn season upon us, now is the perfect time to go out and photograph the abundance of colors that signify the changing of the seasons. Whether you’re in the city or out in the county, creatively capturing the

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Weekly Wrap-Up: October 20-26, 2019

This week, the Photofocus team landed in New York City for PhotoPlus. While there, we found some great new products! Stay tuned for our overview early next week. Here are some of our favorite articles from the week. Don’t forget

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Creative lighting for your pumpkins

Whether you are photographing pumpkins for fall, Halloween or even Thanksgiving, it’s easy to get creative with lighting for your pumpkins. Halloween spooky Want something a little dark and dramatic, possibly even spooky try a beauty dish on the lowest

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Weekly Wrap-Up: September 22-28, 2019

The last week of summer closes out with lots of great reads on Photofocus this week. We kicked off fall with a bang this week on Photofocus, with Lauri Novak starting the week off with some great fall photography ideas

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Photographer of the Day: Jeremy VanderMeer

Category: Fall Photographer: Jeremy VanderMeer Photo: “crunchy” The shallow depth of field that Jeremy used on this photograph really makes the leaves in the foreground shine, while still capturing the rest of the fall elements in the background. This truly

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Photographer of the Day: E.P. Scott

Category: Fall Photographer: E.P. Scott Photo: “Autumn Fire” I absolutely love this fall shot by E.P. of an abandoned building with the sun shining through. Using a sunset with other foreground elements is a powerful method of capturing beyond the

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Photographer of the Day: Joe

Category: Fall Photographer: Joe Photo: “First Signs of Fall” Sometimes a minimalist, subdued image can have a powerful impact. Joe’s capture of a leaf floating in the water is just that — a capture that can make your mind wander.

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Photographer of the Day: Ian Lewry

Category: Fall Photographer: Ian Lewry Photo: “New Hampshire USA – in the fall” When it comes to landscapes, I’m always a big fan of having something present in the foreground. It adds a ton of interest to an otherwise “expected”

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15 creative fall photography ideas

Will fall in full swing, and the leaves starting to change, now’s a good of time as any to get out and photograph the changing season! Fall provides some great opportunities for all different types of photographers to capture the

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Weekly Wrap-Up: October 20-26, 2019

This week, the Photofocus team landed in New York City for PhotoPlus. While there, we found some great new products! Stay tuned for our overview early next week. Here are some of our favorite articles from the week. Don’t forget

Read More

Creative lighting for your pumpkins

Whether you are photographing pumpkins for fall, Halloween or even Thanksgiving, it’s easy to get creative with lighting for your pumpkins. Halloween spooky Want something a little dark and dramatic, possibly even spooky try a beauty dish on the lowest

Read More

Weekly Wrap-Up: September 22-28, 2019

The last week of summer closes out with lots of great reads on Photofocus this week. We kicked off fall with a bang this week on Photofocus, with Lauri Novak starting the week off with some great fall photography ideas

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Photographer of the Day: Jeremy VanderMeer

Category: Fall Photographer: Jeremy VanderMeer Photo: “crunchy” The shallow depth of field that Jeremy used on this photograph really makes the leaves in the foreground shine, while still capturing the rest of the fall elements in the background. This truly

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Photographer of the Day: E.P. Scott

Category: Fall Photographer: E.P. Scott Photo: “Autumn Fire” I absolutely love this fall shot by E.P. of an abandoned building with the sun shining through. Using a sunset with other foreground elements is a powerful method of capturing beyond the

Read More

Photographer of the Day: Joe

Category: Fall Photographer: Joe Photo: “First Signs of Fall” Sometimes a minimalist, subdued image can have a powerful impact. Joe’s capture of a leaf floating in the water is just that — a capture that can make your mind wander.

Read More

Photographer of the Day: Ian Lewry

Category: Fall Photographer: Ian Lewry Photo: “New Hampshire USA – in the fall” When it comes to landscapes, I’m always a big fan of having something present in the foreground. It adds a ton of interest to an otherwise “expected”

Read More

15 creative fall photography ideas

Will fall in full swing, and the leaves starting to change, now’s a good of time as any to get out and photograph the changing season! Fall provides some great opportunities for all different types of photographers to capture the

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Photographer of the Day: Cathy Seaver

Category: Sports Photograph: Cathy Seaver “The Angler MG” Cathy beautifully captures this image of a fisherman reeling in a recently-caught fish. The reason I love this shot is that it captures fishing at its best — when I think of

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Making Fall Colors Pop in Lightroom

Sometimes what you see and what your camera sees are very different. This was the case on a recent fall foliage hike I took a few weeks ago. It can really mess with your head – “my photos are terrible”

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