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2020 Holiday Gift Guide for night photographers
As a night photographer, I have different needs than a lot of everyday photographers out there. While we already have...
Wade Right In: A Nature Photographer’s Guide to Wading to Get the Best Shot
I spend a lot of time in the water wading after shots, both in fresh and saltwater, so much so...
How to Deliver Helpful Photo Critiques Full of Valuable Insights
It's been fun selecting the street photography photographer of the day the last few months at Photofocus. It has also...
Moving from Apple Photos to Lightroom: The WHY and the HOW!
So you've decided to step up your photography game and get Adobe's Lightroom to manage and edit your photos, eh?!...
Apple’s Photos: The Hidden Power Tools
Apple's Photos for Mac was a combination between the previous generation's iPhoto and Apple's discontinued professional software, Aperture. Good thing...
Check It Twice. Photography Gift Ideas for less than $100
Every holiday season I face the same issue that many other photographers face: my loved ones want to get me...
Are Camera Stores a thing of the past?
Learn how to build a connection with your camera store so they won’t be a thing of the past.
New Camera, Now What?
You have a camera now what? I came across this meme on Facebook recently and it made me laugh yet...
Setting And Resetting Photoshop Rulers and Guides
When youre designing a page or setting out items in Photoshop its sometimes helpful to have the rulers to help...
The Photofocus Holiday Gift Guide
If you have a photographer in your family, or if your significant other is a photographer then in many ways,...
Building Your Bag: Accessories | Part 1
Filters of all sorts, flashes, cards, readers, light-meters, remote triggers, straps, battery chargers, batteries, business cards, business card holders, lens...
Building Your Bag: Lenses
Over the years, Ive found myself purchasing, trading, selling, tactfully acquiring, or otherwise receiving and getting rid of lenses. Ive...

2020 Holiday Gift Guide for night photographers

As a night photographer, I have different needs than a lot of everyday photographers out there. While we already have an amazing gift guide on Photofocus, I thought I’d make another targeted at us night photographers. Under $25 (stocking stuffers)

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Apple’s Photos: The Hidden Power Tools

Apple’s Photos for Mac was a combination between the previous generation’s iPhoto and Apple’s discontinued professional software, Aperture. Good thing is that everyone with a new-age Mac can get Photos for free! While free may not get you all the crazy

Read More

New Camera, Now What?

You have a camera now what? I came across this meme on Facebook recently and it made me laugh yet reminded me of questions Ive recently been asked. Being the resident photographer among friends, Ive been asked the following questions

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The Photofocus Holiday Gift Guide

If you have a photographer in your family, or if your significant other is a photographer then in many ways, you have it made when it comes to holiday gifts. There are so many cool products out there that photographers

Read More

Building Your Bag: Accessories | Part 1

Filters of all sorts, flashes, cards, readers, light-meters, remote triggers, straps, battery chargers, batteries, business cards, business card holders, lens bags, cases, cords, levels, tripods, lens cloths, blah, blah, blah. Do you need it all and does it have to

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Building Your Bag: Lenses

Over the years, Ive found myself purchasing, trading, selling, tactfully acquiring, or otherwise receiving and getting rid of lenses. Ive journeyed through pages and pages of reviews and online forums, spoke to many wonderful skilled photographers and dissected peoples images

Read More

Apple’s Photos: The Hidden Power Tools

Apple’s Photos for Mac was a combination between the previous generation’s iPhoto and Apple’s discontinued professional software, Aperture. Good thing is that everyone with a new-age Mac can get Photos for free! While free may not get you all the crazy

Read More

New Camera, Now What?

You have a camera now what? I came across this meme on Facebook recently and it made me laugh yet reminded me of questions Ive recently been asked. Being the resident photographer among friends, Ive been asked the following questions

Read More

The Photofocus Holiday Gift Guide

If you have a photographer in your family, or if your significant other is a photographer then in many ways, you have it made when it comes to holiday gifts. There are so many cool products out there that photographers

Read More

Building Your Bag: Accessories | Part 1

Filters of all sorts, flashes, cards, readers, light-meters, remote triggers, straps, battery chargers, batteries, business cards, business card holders, lens bags, cases, cords, levels, tripods, lens cloths, blah, blah, blah. Do you need it all and does it have to

Read More

Building Your Bag: Lenses

Over the years, Ive found myself purchasing, trading, selling, tactfully acquiring, or otherwise receiving and getting rid of lenses. Ive journeyed through pages and pages of reviews and online forums, spoke to many wonderful skilled photographers and dissected peoples images

Read More

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