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The Weekly Wrap-Up: June 2-8, 2019
It's almost summer and Julie Powell begins this week's wrap-up photographing kids and water balloons. Michael Muraz squeezes us and...
Interior photography: Lighting an impossible bathroom
When photographing residential interiors, I sometimes use extra lighting to improve the final images. Today, I want to go through...
Weekly Wrap-Up: December 16-22, 2018
The Weekly Wrap-up compiles interesting articles published this week on Photofocus. This week features image processing software — Luminar 3,...
Interior design: Photographing high-end retail
Architectural photography is a larger genre than most people think. On the commercial side, the type of building or space...
How to make real estate interiors with HDR in 9 steps
Making real estate pictures can be a lot of fun and even profitable. The thing is, you can easily spend...
Exploring different ways to photograph architecture
Editor's Note: We welcome Michael Muraz, an international award-winning architecture photographer, bringing technical precision and creative passion to his fine...
HDR 101: Shooting Brackets
Human eyes are incredible for viewing the world and seeing into shadows and highlights all at the same time. The...
Two New Sigma Art Lenses
At Photokina 2016, Sigma announced two new additions to their globally renowned ART series of DSLR lenses. 12-24mm f/4.0 DG...
Simple shooting strategy for High Dynamic Range
I've been saying it for so long that it's time to write about it!  What I'm referring to is my...
Interior Photography: A Catholic Chapel
I love photographing architecture, especially interiors. Each one offers its own idiosyncrasies that have to be addressed either at the...
Photomatix Selective High Dynamic Range for Interiors
Interiors are tough to photograph. With film, windows had to be covered with gray gel (ND) to balance their brightness...
Don’t Waste Your Time: Light the Room
We all have times when were waiting for somethingmaybe the doctors office, or a meal at restaurant, or at the...
The Weekly Wrap-Up for June 3-8, 2019

The Weekly Wrap-Up: June 2-8, 2019

It’s almost summer and Julie Powell begins this week’s wrap-up photographing kids and water balloons. Michael Muraz squeezes us and his lights into an impossible to light bathroom and tells us how he did it. Chris Anson enhances landscapes in

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The Weekly Wrap-Up on Photofocus for December 16-22, 2018.

Weekly Wrap-Up: December 16-22, 2018

The Weekly Wrap-up compiles interesting articles published this week on Photofocus. This week features image processing software — Luminar 3, Perfectly Clear Complete — a pair about shooting holiday icons, a guide to cleaning sensors and photographing high-end interior retail.

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Interior design: Photographing high-end retail

Architectural photography is a larger genre than most people think. On the commercial side, the type of building or space matters a lot and some photographers are specialized in residential properties or hospitality, for example. Today, I wanted to talk

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Exploring different ways to photograph architecture

Editor’s Note: We welcome Michael Muraz, an international award-winning architecture photographer, bringing technical precision and creative passion to his fine art and commercial work. Based in Toronto, Michael travels extensively, photographing buildings and leading workshops all over the world. Join

Read More

HDR 101: Shooting Brackets

Human eyes are incredible for viewing the world and seeing into shadows and highlights all at the same time. The basis of HDR photography is making several exposures at varying brightnesses and combining them in a powerful software app like

Read More

Two New Sigma Art Lenses

At Photokina 2016, Sigma announced two new additions to their globally renowned ART series of DSLR lenses. 12-24mm f/4.0 DG HSM | A ultra1wide angle zoom lens for Canon, Nikon & Sigma full frame DSLR 85mm f/1.4 DG HSM |

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Interior HDR

Simple shooting strategy for High Dynamic Range

I’ve been saying it for so long that it’s time to write about it!  What I’m referring to is my often-given advice for capturing bracketed images.  Many people say that we should choose the ‘correct’ exposure, then capture overexposed &

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Interior Photography: A Catholic Chapel

I love photographing architecture, especially interiors. Each one offers its own idiosyncrasies that have to be addressed either at the time of photography or in post production. The beautiful St. John Neumann chapel in Lilburn, Georgia is the subject of

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Don’t Waste Your Time: Light the Room

We all have times when were waiting for somethingmaybe the doctors office, or a meal at restaurant, or at the auto shopand many times we spend that time checking Instagram with our eyes glued to our phones. Id like to

Read More

Interior design: Photographing high-end retail

Architectural photography is a larger genre than most people think. On the commercial side, the type of building or space matters a lot and some photographers are specialized in residential properties or hospitality, for example. Today, I wanted to talk

Read More

Exploring different ways to photograph architecture

Editor’s Note: We welcome Michael Muraz, an international award-winning architecture photographer, bringing technical precision and creative passion to his fine art and commercial work. Based in Toronto, Michael travels extensively, photographing buildings and leading workshops all over the world. Join

Read More

HDR 101: Shooting Brackets

Human eyes are incredible for viewing the world and seeing into shadows and highlights all at the same time. The basis of HDR photography is making several exposures at varying brightnesses and combining them in a powerful software app like

Read More

Two New Sigma Art Lenses

At Photokina 2016, Sigma announced two new additions to their globally renowned ART series of DSLR lenses. 12-24mm f/4.0 DG HSM | A ultra1wide angle zoom lens for Canon, Nikon & Sigma full frame DSLR 85mm f/1.4 DG HSM |

Read More
Interior HDR

Simple shooting strategy for High Dynamic Range

I’ve been saying it for so long that it’s time to write about it!  What I’m referring to is my often-given advice for capturing bracketed images.  Many people say that we should choose the ‘correct’ exposure, then capture overexposed &

Read More

Interior Photography: A Catholic Chapel

I love photographing architecture, especially interiors. Each one offers its own idiosyncrasies that have to be addressed either at the time of photography or in post production. The beautiful St. John Neumann chapel in Lilburn, Georgia is the subject of

Read More

Don’t Waste Your Time: Light the Room

We all have times when were waiting for somethingmaybe the doctors office, or a meal at restaurant, or at the auto shopand many times we spend that time checking Instagram with our eyes glued to our phones. Id like to

Read More

Candle Lighting with Photoshop

Most interiors with candles for adding ambiance, are anything but controlled. HVAC, opening doors, ceiling fans in another room or even an assistant or client walking in the room can make flames flicker resulting in motion blurred fire. The room

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