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Exploring the history of Route 66 through photography: Goffs Cultural Center
Five tips for exploring history with your camera
Reliving Australian horror stories through a lens
How photography influenced art, part two: Competing with paintings?
How photography influenced art, part one: Changing the world
Why is still life photography important?
Looking at Wabi-Sabi, the art of perfectly imperfect
Lightroom Secrets: The Power of Snapshots
History of Photography: Mobile Studios
Lasting Impacts of the Daguerreotype
From The Archives: 1965 US Army Training Film: Basic Photography
Which Camera Was Your First?

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Why is still life photography important?

Still life photography is all about capturing stills of our daily life. While it may seem frivolous and staged to some, it is an important part of capturing our current modern life and culture. Still life — in all its

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Looking at Wabi-Sabi, the art of perfectly imperfect

Wabi-Sabi is a Japanese philosophy that represents the acceptance of transience and imperfect life. Sometimes described as one of beauty that is “imperfect, impermanent, and incomplete.” “Wabi” roughly means “rustic simplicity” or “understated elegance” with a focus on a less-is-more.

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Lightroom Secrets: The Power of Snapshots

For ages, I’ve become accustomed to using Lightroom’s Virtual Copy feature. It let me create multiple images and style them based off of the original edit I had made. But it was tedious when dealing with multiple virtual copies. Since

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Lisa Robinson's weekly History of Photography Column

History of Photography: Mobile Studios

As long as photography remained chained to any sort of wet plate process, photographers found themselves encumbered by massive hardships in order to “take the show on the road”. However, as transportation networks grew, architectural technology advanced, and people began

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Lasting Impacts of the Daguerreotype

Lasting Impacts of the Daguerreotype In the past few articles of this series, we’ve seen how the daguerreotype came about but we haven’t really taken a moment to look at just how far-reaching the effects of its “birth” were. For

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Which Camera Was Your First?

It’s Friday, and that means a little bit of reminiscing. Which camera did you get first? A look back at the start of the Phototofocus team and their photography careers. Hear from some of our writers which camera they used

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The Evolution of the Photoshop Tools Palette

Photoshop is celebrating its 25th anniversary, and a lot has changed over the years. Hear from the creator’s and pioneers of Photoshop about how the tools evolved. You can also explore the history of Photoshops tools and how they evolved

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JuliePowell_life_Header-1

Why is still life photography important?

Still life photography is all about capturing stills of our daily life. While it may seem frivolous and staged to some, it is an important part of capturing our current modern life and culture. Still life — in all its

Read More
Wabi Sabi header

Looking at Wabi-Sabi, the art of perfectly imperfect

Wabi-Sabi is a Japanese philosophy that represents the acceptance of transience and imperfect life. Sometimes described as one of beauty that is “imperfect, impermanent, and incomplete.” “Wabi” roughly means “rustic simplicity” or “understated elegance” with a focus on a less-is-more.

Read More
snapshots-featured2

Lightroom Secrets: The Power of Snapshots

For ages, I’ve become accustomed to using Lightroom’s Virtual Copy feature. It let me create multiple images and style them based off of the original edit I had made. But it was tedious when dealing with multiple virtual copies. Since

Read More
Lisa Robinson's weekly History of Photography Column

History of Photography: Mobile Studios

As long as photography remained chained to any sort of wet plate process, photographers found themselves encumbered by massive hardships in order to “take the show on the road”. However, as transportation networks grew, architectural technology advanced, and people began

Read More
The history of photography Civil War Photographs Brady and Gardner

Lasting Impacts of the Daguerreotype

Lasting Impacts of the Daguerreotype In the past few articles of this series, we’ve seen how the daguerreotype came about but we haven’t really taken a moment to look at just how far-reaching the effects of its “birth” were. For

Read More
FirtCam

Which Camera Was Your First?

It’s Friday, and that means a little bit of reminiscing. Which camera did you get first? A look back at the start of the Phototofocus team and their photography careers. Hear from some of our writers which camera they used

Read More
pstols

The Evolution of the Photoshop Tools Palette

Photoshop is celebrating its 25th anniversary, and a lot has changed over the years. Hear from the creator’s and pioneers of Photoshop about how the tools evolved. You can also explore the history of Photoshops tools and how they evolved

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Photofocus Podcast with Special Guest Katrin Eismann

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