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Photographer of the Day: Plane Motorsport 2014
Photographer of the Day: Brady
Photographer of the Day: Camilo Getzamá‎
Photographer of the Day: Peter Hickson
Photographer of the Day: Tony Prince
Photographer of the Day: Tomas Salinka

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Photographer of the Day: Bert de Bruin

Category: Sports Photograph: Bert de Bruin “audi” The contrast of the red versus white in this photograph of an Audi race car is simply stunning. By keeping the car at eye level, Bert has done a wonderful job with composition,

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Photographer of the Day: Jesse Pells

Category: Sports Photograph: Jesse Pells “Dream Racing Motorsport – Lamborghini Huracan GT3” I love the elegance and tone to Jesse’s photograph, as it highlights a stark contrast between the car and the rest of the scene. The car just “pops”

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Photographer of the Day: daniel bailey

Category: Sports Photograph: daniel bailey “Heading to the gate” Daniel’s photograph of two horse jockeys chatting is one of my favorite sports behind-the-scenes shots I’ve seen. It’s simple and minimalist, and there’s a distinct focus on the dialogue happening between

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Photographer of the Day: Plane Motorsport 2014

Category: Sports Photograph: Plane Motorsport 2014 CAL CRUTCHLOW #35 This photograph of a motorcycle race is a perfect example of panning, where the background blurs as you follow the subject. I love the green of the racer’s uniform and how

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Photographer of the Day: Brady

Category: Sports Photograph: Brady “Indianapolis 500” Brady gets a different view of the excitement at the Indianapolis 500, focusing on capturing a wide shot of the ground with cars driving past in the background. It’s a great alternative if you

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Photographer of the Day: Camilo Getzamá‎

Category: Sports Photograph: Camilo Getzamá‎ “Night race” Camilo gives us a shot of a go-cart race, which is noticeably sharp. By selecting to edit this in black and white, some deep contrasts are made between the road and the go-cart

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Photographer of the Day: Peter Hickson

Category: Sports Photograph: Peter Hickson “Racing in Hayling Bay” Peter does a great job of working around the conditions in capturing this photo of a racing sailboat in Hayling Bay. He explains in the caption of the photograph that there

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Photographer of the Day: Tony Prince

Category: Sports Photography Photographer: Tony Prince The separation of red and blue colors on the track help to frame the motorcycle rider, while still showcasing the great speed that the race is taking place. Originally shared with the Photofocus Flickr community right

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Photographer of the Day: Tomas Salinka

Category: Sports Photography Photograph: “Drift Honda S2000” by Tomas Salinka Tomas’ ability to capture the motion of the Honda car really makes this photo shine. While the car is kept perfectly in-focus and sharp, the smoke surrounds it, making for a surreal look. Originally

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Join us for our new webinar series!

Starting this week, be sure to join Photofocus for the start of our new webinar series! Every Tuesday and Wednesday, we’ll be hosting a live webinar for you to join. Be sure to get your questions ready as we talk

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Product Review DNP DS620A Great prints without expensive ink!

Digital printing without expensive ink: The DNP DS620A

While the printed photograph is the final expression of a photographer’s vision, making inkjet prints is problematic and expensive. That’s why there are still labs printing photos. There is a printer company that offers affordable, ink-free prints for photographers to

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Why I love backlighting

Placing the main light source behind a subject often creates very cool moods (indoors and outdoors). Here’s why I love backlighting! What’s backlighting? Backlighting is any type of photography where the main light source comes from behind the subject. (The

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On Photography: Chanell Stone, 1992-present

On Photography: Chanell Stone, 1992-present

“For many Black people, rural nature, places like national parks, aren’t very accessible, sometimes it’s the cost, but more often the issue is societal. As Black people, it feels like these rural spaces aren’t for us. I want to turn

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Should you use a cheap vintage lens adapter?

If you’ve been interested in adapting vintage lenses to your digital camera, you must also be already looking around for a vintage lens adapter to use. There’s one for every budget, but we’re sure you’re wondering, are the cheap options

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Five tips for the hiking photographer

Sharing pictures from beautiful places is one of my favorite things to do, especially when I’ve hiked to get there. However, if I suddenly had to choose between never making a picture for the rest of my life or never

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