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[soundcloud url=”https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/328649499?secret_token=s-htsAa” params=”color=fb6317&auto_play=false&hide_related=true&show_comments=false&show_user=true&show_reposts=false” width=”100%” height=”166″ iframe=”true” /] Levi and Pepper talk about the upcoming full eclipse of the sun and some ideas to make the opportunity unique to you. We also take a minute to think about basing a photo
Ron Pepper and Scott Bourne discuss panoramic photography, the new Ricoh Theta SC 360 degree camera, and the use of various lenses for this style of photography. Get the show here or get it on iTunes — Don’t forget to post a review on
In this free webinar, you’ll learn the essential skills to create awesome looking panoramic photos. Join Photofocus editor Rich Harrington as he shows you how to shoot Panoramic images the right way. Rich demonstrates how to shoot panos without a
Photography isn’t just the act of capturing the action. Rather it’s important that a photographer compose their shots. In photography, composition is a visual language. Changing composition can completely alter the mood and tone of an image. Photos can be
In this guide, we’ll be discussing brand identity tools and how they are used to align your brand and ensure you are not confusing potential customers. Let’s dive in. Brand identity tools When it comes to branding your photography business,
When building a studio setup for portrait work, lights and modifiers should never go missing. However, these tools tend to be too expensive especially when bought all at the same time. If you’re thinking of putting together a simple setup
In this week’s episode, Photofocus publisher Rich Harrington sits down with educator and photographer Nicole S. Young. They tackle advice on composition, talk about essential gear, and strategies for traveling with non-photographers. Photofocus · Unlock Your Creativity: InFocus Interview Show
Toning is a powerful creative tool. It corrects overall brightness and contrast for a better-balanced image. It can be used to get the right tonal harmony for your photo or create a beautiful split-tone effect by changing the color of
In its heyday, the Polaroid was a staple of family travels, getaways near and far and countless road trips. So, it’s not surprising that today’s film photographers still bring Polaroid cameras — vintage or otherwise — to their scenic adventures.
Getting sharp, pinpoint stars for a starry sky or the Milky Way may be the hardest part of night photography. However, I’ll try and make it methodical and easy. I’ll discuss seven methods. 1. Focusing on a distant object during
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