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Photographing Utah’s “Mighty 5,” part one
How can I make my travel pictures more interesting?
Diving in the colors of the surreal Rainbow Mountain
Bus lights can help create magical cityscape scenes
Dreaming of California in retro pastel hues
Dreamy travel photos feature the charm of Djerba island
Get lost in the dizzying patterns of Larung Gar
InFocus Interview Show: Finding the top photo spots with Jim Nix
Photographing portraits during Golden Hour
The Mind Your Own Business Podcast with Scott Kelby | Photofocus Podcast May 11, 2018
Japan for the Traveling Photographer Part 1: Why go?
Svalbard (Walruses, polar bears and glaciers, oh my!): Part 1 (Choosing an expedition)

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Bus lights can help create magical cityscape scenes

Like most photographers, I’m always looking for the right location, the right angle, the perfect light and the right moment to make the photograph. Whether I’m traveling abroad or walking around Boston, near my studio, one of my favorite times

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Dreaming of California in retro pastel hues

Nostalgia is a major creative driver and source of inspiration for many photographers, especially today. As travel restrictions due to the pandemic continue, many of us are compelled to look back at some of our most memorable and scenic travels.

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Get lost in the dizzying patterns of Larung Gar

Whenever we visit cities, among the first things we notice is how populous and labyrinthine they tend to be. These qualities often open up many opportunities for us to capture compelling slices of life. The mountain town of Larung Gar

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Sunset along the river in Sharjah, UAE

Photographing portraits during Golden Hour

Shooting with speedlights on-location is a great way to be mobile, creative and light! We all know how heavy camera equipment can be. Speedlights on-location allows you to have the perfect light on your subject with a dramatic sky! I

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Photographer of the Day: Emanuele UbOldi

Category: Travel Photograph: Emanuele UbOldi “barber street” This photograph by Emanuele showcases the street life of Rajasthan, India, in which case a barber is working on a shave. There’s a few reasons why I love this photograph. First and foremost,

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Photographer of the Day: Amaurie Ramirez

Category: Travel Photograph: Amaurie Ramirez “Piramide de Kukulcán – Chichén Itzá” I was drawn to Amaurie’s photograph of the El Castillo in Mexico because of one initial reason — the foreground elements. The plants really give a depth to the

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Lisa Robinson's weekly History of Photography Column

History of Photography: Mobile Studios

As long as photography remained chained to any sort of wet plate process, photographers found themselves encumbered by massive hardships in order to “take the show on the road”. However, as transportation networks grew, architectural technology advanced, and people began

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Get lost in the dizzying patterns of Larung Gar

Whenever we visit cities, among the first things we notice is how populous and labyrinthine they tend to be. These qualities often open up many opportunities for us to capture compelling slices of life. The mountain town of Larung Gar

Read More
Sunset along the river in Sharjah, UAE

Photographing portraits during Golden Hour

Shooting with speedlights on-location is a great way to be mobile, creative and light! We all know how heavy camera equipment can be. Speedlights on-location allows you to have the perfect light on your subject with a dramatic sky! I

Read More
potd-superubo

Photographer of the Day: Emanuele UbOldi

Category: Travel Photograph: Emanuele UbOldi “barber street” This photograph by Emanuele showcases the street life of Rajasthan, India, in which case a barber is working on a shave. There’s a few reasons why I love this photograph. First and foremost,

Read More
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Photographer of the Day: Amaurie Ramirez

Category: Travel Photograph: Amaurie Ramirez “Piramide de Kukulcán – Chichén Itzá” I was drawn to Amaurie’s photograph of the El Castillo in Mexico because of one initial reason — the foreground elements. The plants really give a depth to the

Read More
Lisa Robinson's weekly History of Photography Column

History of Photography: Mobile Studios

As long as photography remained chained to any sort of wet plate process, photographers found themselves encumbered by massive hardships in order to “take the show on the road”. However, as transportation networks grew, architectural technology advanced, and people began

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