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Weekly Wrap-Up: June 23-29, 2019

This week, Julie Powell explored how to create and use presets in Lightroom Classic, Vanelli taught us about how to get a reliable backup solution on the cheap and Bob

Using Perfectly Clear to enhance candids

The holidays are on their way! Photofocus makes shopping easy for the photographer on your list with our holiday shopping guide. We update it with new ideas and offers. Over

Weekly Wrap-Up: January 13-19, 2019

The Weekly Wrap-up compiles interesting articles published this week on Photofocus. This week, we learned about beauty standards, creating a snow scene, using Lume Cubes with holiday lights, selling photography

What is street photography, really?

Editor’s Note: We welcome James Maher to Photofocus. James is a street, documentary and portrait photographer based in New York. He runs frequent street photography group workshops and private daily

Bridge

See Like a Camera – Part-2

Shoot Mode Tone Control Picking up where I left off last time. Besides the Film Simulations themselves, The Fuji-X cameras offer additional controls for customizing the look of the in-camera

New York Skyline

See Like a Camera – Part-1

Don’t just pre-visualize—see the shot! My “Re-Thinking the Raw File Workflow” post stirred up quite a storm of protest from photographers so thoroughly invested in a raw-file workflow that they

GFX-5800_Feature

Fujifilm GFX – Medium Format Gets Real

An Adventure in Venice, Italy for Carnival Bobbi Lane and I had the great fortune to shoot with a prototype GFX 50S on our tour of Venice Carnival 2017 this past

Venice Grand Canal

The Magic of Venice with Fuji-X

Photographing Venice during Carnival with Fuji-X cameras I recently had the opportunity to attend Chromasia’s Venice Carnival photo tour led by my wife Bobbi Lane and our friend David Nightingale. All three of

City Life Creativity with Aurora HDR 2018

One of the things that’s always intrigued me about HDR photography is the effects you’re able to generate outside of your typical HDR imagery. In checking out the new Aurora

Photographer of the Day: Benjo Rulona

Category: Street Photography Photograph: Lanterns Everywhere by Benjo Rulona “Mesmerizing” is the first word that pops into my head when describing Benjo Rulona’s image “Lanterns Everywhere”. The number of lanterns

Photofocus Photographer of the Day for Street is Dean Holland

Photographer of the Day: Dean Holland

Category: Street Photography Photograph: Untitled by Dean Holland Dean Holland’s Untitled image is a great example of a “decisive moment”, as the man looks away from his phone to take

Photographer of the Day: Johnny [Shakedown]

(Editor’s note: Please welcome our new curator for the Street category of Photofocus’ Photographer of the Day feature Jason Hahn. Jason is a super talented nature and wildlife photographer. His

Photographer of the Day: SMMProdInc

Category: Street Photography Photograph:“Alestorm” by smmprodinc When Henri Cartier-Bresson coined the term “decisive moment”, he may not have meant catching the lip curl of a pirate metal band’s keyboardist, but

Photographer of the Day: Pierre Pichot

Category: Street Photography Photograph: “Exit” by Pierre Pichot Pierre’s image “Exit” is a great example of using lines, light, and shapes to draw your eye to the vanishing point in

Photographer of the Day: Patrick Lawless

Category: Street Photography Photograph: “Enjoying the Fresh Hair” by Patrick Lawless While Patrick was walking back to Victoria Station in London, he stumbled upon a kindly hairdresser giving a free haircut to one

Photographer of the Day: Ivan Rigamonti

Category: Street Photography Photograph: “A Scene At The Stairs” by Ivan Rigamonti Leading lines that guide the viewer to the subject is what makes this a nice capture. Ivan took his time, framed

Photographer of the Day: Isengardt

Category: Street Photography Photograph: “A Scene At The Stairs” by Isengardt Isengardt captured a scene that keeps our view in the frame. We focus on a woman who has tuned out the