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“What’s in Your Bag?” Stuff!
What's in your bag? Do you really think that the cameras and lenses that are in my bag are going...
Hot Hair Lights
I'm a huge advocate of creating depth in a photograph. One of the ways is to use a back light...
Camouflaging Shadows
"Your greatest curse could be your greatest blessing" Shadows, at times they are such a curse, but with a bit...
Printing is the Lost Art of Photography
Why are prints are so important? Printing is a part of many photographers business or workflow that can be improved....
Review: Hand Painted Photos from Pixelist
Not long ago, someone from Pixelist reached out to see if I would try out and review one of their...
Featured Photo by Michael Pachis
Thanks to our friends at or Google+ communities and feature it on Photofocus! Then each month well open voting from...
Volunteering For Mastery
The idea of 10,000 repetitions as a path to mastery is not new. It has been a principle of Eastern...
Featured Photo by Jason Zollan
Editors Note: Each week well be featuring members of the Photofocus community. Part of our New Years resolution is to...
Seth Casteel – Photographer of the Week
It's pet photography with an absolute twist that makes me want to stand and applaud this artist's originality. It's not...
John Keatley – Photographer of the Week
Many know him as a conceptual celebrity portrait artist. And others probably know him as one of the few photographers...
Serena Hodson – Photographer of the Week
We've all seen those adorable children photographers that dress up their subjects in hats and costumes and put them in...
Eight Tips for Getting Pets to Stand Still For A Portrait
Post by Andrew Darlow For the photo above, I used the techniques described below in Tip #3 and Tip #4....

“What’s in Your Bag?” Stuff!

What’s in your bag? Do you really think that the cameras and lenses that are in my bag are going to get you my job? Stop! I’m not being arrogant, however, how you shoot and I shoot are so radically

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Hot Hair Lights

I’m a huge advocate of creating depth in a photograph. One of the ways is to use a back light or at times referred to as a hair light when shooting talent. Some of the challenges I might have are

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Camouflaging Shadows

“Your greatest curse could be your greatest blessing” Shadows, at times they are such a curse, but with a bit of creative manipulating they can be a wonderful blessing. When working on a Hollywood set there are times I’ll will

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Printing is the Lost Art of Photography

Why are prints are so important? Printing is a part of many photographers business or workflow that can be improved. Most of us don’t know how to print or even understand the basics of printing. Sure, the ease of going

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Review: Hand Painted Photos from Pixelist

Not long ago, someone from Pixelist reached out to see if I would try out and review one of their products, a hand-painted oil painting created from one of my photos. I don’t do a lot of reviews, but when

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Featured Photo by Michael Pachis

Thanks to our friends at or Google+ communities and feature it on Photofocus! Then each month well open voting from the community. The top vote getter will win a special prize from our partners at Drobo as well as a

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Volunteering For Mastery

The idea of 10,000 repetitions as a path to mastery is not new. It has been a principle of Eastern thought for a very long time and has been made popular in business by Malcolm Gladwell and in photography by Steve Simon. It boils down to practice makes perfect.

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Featured Photo by Jason Zollan

Editors Note: Each week well be featuring members of the Photofocus community. Part of our New Years resolution is to focus on new and emerging talent. As such, Melissa Niu will personally select images from our readers and feature them

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Seth Casteel – Photographer of the Week

It’s pet photography with an absolute twist that makes me want to stand and applaud this artist’s originality. It’s not your average photograph of fetch or the same old posing puppy portraiture. This artist has given his audience a whole

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John Keatley – Photographer of the Week

Many know him as a conceptual celebrity portrait artist. And others probably know him as one of the few photographers to ever take a portrait of highly esteemed photographer, Annie Leibovitz. Aside from his famous clients and numerous magazine covers

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Serena Hodson – Photographer of the Week

We’ve all seen those adorable children photographers that dress up their subjects in hats and costumes and put them in fun yet highly trendy and somewhat overdone props. Although the trend is vast, it still has clients begging. Now what

Read More

Printing is the Lost Art of Photography

Why are prints are so important? Printing is a part of many photographers business or workflow that can be improved. Most of us don’t know how to print or even understand the basics of printing. Sure, the ease of going

Read More

Review: Hand Painted Photos from Pixelist

Not long ago, someone from Pixelist reached out to see if I would try out and review one of their products, a hand-painted oil painting created from one of my photos. I don’t do a lot of reviews, but when

Read More

Featured Photo by Michael Pachis

Thanks to our friends at or Google+ communities and feature it on Photofocus! Then each month well open voting from the community. The top vote getter will win a special prize from our partners at Drobo as well as a

Read More

Volunteering For Mastery

The idea of 10,000 repetitions as a path to mastery is not new. It has been a principle of Eastern thought for a very long time and has been made popular in business by Malcolm Gladwell and in photography by Steve Simon. It boils down to practice makes perfect.

Read More

Featured Photo by Jason Zollan

Editors Note: Each week well be featuring members of the Photofocus community. Part of our New Years resolution is to focus on new and emerging talent. As such, Melissa Niu will personally select images from our readers and feature them

Read More

Seth Casteel – Photographer of the Week

It’s pet photography with an absolute twist that makes me want to stand and applaud this artist’s originality. It’s not your average photograph of fetch or the same old posing puppy portraiture. This artist has given his audience a whole

Read More

John Keatley – Photographer of the Week

Many know him as a conceptual celebrity portrait artist. And others probably know him as one of the few photographers to ever take a portrait of highly esteemed photographer, Annie Leibovitz. Aside from his famous clients and numerous magazine covers

Read More

Serena Hodson – Photographer of the Week

We’ve all seen those adorable children photographers that dress up their subjects in hats and costumes and put them in fun yet highly trendy and somewhat overdone props. Although the trend is vast, it still has clients begging. Now what

Read More

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