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Lightroom Hangout: Diving into Cinemagraphs with Rob Knight
You gotta join us live for our next Google+ Hangout, totally free of charge. Not only will you learn terrific...
Spider Pro Hand Strap
I don't use neck straps, and I generally advise everyone against them. I think they're a poor design and dangerous...
Dave Black – The Story Behind the Photo
Join Photofocus’ Melissa Niu and sports photographer Dave Black as they explore the story behind one of Dave’s most memorable...
Making “The Boxer”
"I want to be a boxer!" said model Vanessa Guillemette as we were preparing a test shoot in my studio...
Ozzie and the Mirrors
I shot this years ago, and have written about it, a bit. It was part of a huge Sports Illustrated...
Make it Happen, or Let it Happen: Which Photographer Are You?
What type of photographer are you? Do you wait and let a scene unfold before your eyes or do you...
Bad Music = Bad Video & How To Beat the Shakes
I attended a workshop tour put on by David Ziser a few days before my first DSLR arrived, and he...
The Key to a Perfect Sport Portrait
What is the key to a perfect sport’s portrait? Enhancing the skin and removing blemishes before applying the commercial grunge...
Photography Mysteries: Cycling Lights
Did you know that the power in your home, office, and high school gym turns on and off dozens of...
Lighting Fog : How I Got the Shot
Lighting Fog : How I Got the Shot takes you through a 3 light set up using gels to produce...
Dave Black & Sharad Mangalick | Photofocus Podcast 10/25/14
This week's podcast interviews photographer Dave Black about his sports and light painting work. Then, get an overview of what's...
Featured Photo by Mouhamad Bzou
Today's featured photo is by Mouhamad Bzou. "I have visited Montpellier city in France two times before I took this...

Spider Pro Hand Strap

I don’t use neck straps, and I generally advise everyone against them. I think they’re a poor design and dangerous to your body–with as much shooting as I do, carrying a camera was damaging my neck. You may have read

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Making “The Boxer”

“I want to be a boxer!” said model Vanessa Guillemette as we were preparing a test shoot in my studio last week. She pulled out some pink Everlast boxing gloves and the fight was on… The Setting Most photographs begin

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Ozzie and the Mirrors

I shot this years ago, and have written about it, a bit. It was part of a huge Sports Illustrated project about defensive magicians on the baseball diamond. And of course, at that time, if you talked defense, you talked

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The Key to a Perfect Sport Portrait

What is the key to a perfect sport’s portrait? Enhancing the skin and removing blemishes before applying the commercial grunge effect will produce a consistent, repeatable look. onOne’s new Perfect Photo Suite is one of the best tools for the job.

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Photography Mysteries: Cycling Lights

Did you know that the power in your home, office, and high school gym turns on and off dozens of times every second? This causes some problems when you want to use available lighting to make pictures, especially in that

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Dave Black & Sharad Mangalick | Photofocus Podcast 10/25/14

This week’s podcast interviews photographer Dave Black about his sports and light painting work. Then, get an overview of what’s going on with Lightroom from product manager Sharad Mangalick. [soundcloud url=”https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/173832712″ params=”auto_play=false&hide_related=false&visual=true” width=”100%” height=”175″ iframe=”true” /] Get the show here

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Featured Photo by Mouhamad Bzou

Today’s featured photo is by Mouhamad Bzou. “I have visited Montpellier city in France two times before I took this photo, So I had a vision in my mind for composition and the intention to showcase the Tram light trails.

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Making “The Boxer”

“I want to be a boxer!” said model Vanessa Guillemette as we were preparing a test shoot in my studio last week. She pulled out some pink Everlast boxing gloves and the fight was on… The Setting Most photographs begin

Read More

Ozzie and the Mirrors

I shot this years ago, and have written about it, a bit. It was part of a huge Sports Illustrated project about defensive magicians on the baseball diamond. And of course, at that time, if you talked defense, you talked

Read More

The Key to a Perfect Sport Portrait

What is the key to a perfect sport’s portrait? Enhancing the skin and removing blemishes before applying the commercial grunge effect will produce a consistent, repeatable look. onOne’s new Perfect Photo Suite is one of the best tools for the job.

Read More

Photography Mysteries: Cycling Lights

Did you know that the power in your home, office, and high school gym turns on and off dozens of times every second? This causes some problems when you want to use available lighting to make pictures, especially in that

Read More

Dave Black & Sharad Mangalick | Photofocus Podcast 10/25/14

This week’s podcast interviews photographer Dave Black about his sports and light painting work. Then, get an overview of what’s going on with Lightroom from product manager Sharad Mangalick. [soundcloud url=”https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/173832712″ params=”auto_play=false&hide_related=false&visual=true” width=”100%” height=”175″ iframe=”true” /] Get the show here

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Featured Photo by Mouhamad Bzou

Today’s featured photo is by Mouhamad Bzou. “I have visited Montpellier city in France two times before I took this photo, So I had a vision in my mind for composition and the intention to showcase the Tram light trails.

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Featured Photo by Joachim Radtke

Today’s photo is by Joachim Radtke. It shows the “Oberbaumbrcke” in Berlin wich is crossed by a subway. . “I did it with my Canon EOS 70d and the Canon EF 90-300mm 1:4.5-5.6 lens. I focused and zoomed in the

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Simply Stunning: Sigma 120-300mm f/2.8

I gotta say, I loved using this lens. Sigma has really out done themselves. I know some people say they’ve owned Sigma lenses and the photos were poorthose lenses were the low end stuff; I could say the same about

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It’s OK to Crop | How I Got the Shot

As I was photographing a Cross Country race, we were hit by a heavy Florida rain storm. Luckily I had shelter under a tarp. I watched the high school kids performed like true athletes, they didn’t let rain or a

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