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Trimming a video in Lightroom Classic CC

You may already be aware that the videos you capture alongside your still photos can be managed within Adobe Lightroom Classic CC. In addition, Lightroom provides some basic tools for

How to develop video in Lightroom Classic

Editing video can get pretty complicated, and working with color grading and the overall style is no easy task. While I’m primarily a still photographer, I often take some videos

First Look: Lume Cube AIR

The new Lume Cube AIR is even more compact than the original and with a longer battery life. It has a powerful magnet on the back for mounting to any

Using video for your photography business

Editor’s Note: We welcome Scott Wyden Kivowitz to the Photofocus team. Scott is a father and photographer whose dedication to teaching photographers comes through in a straightforward and no fluff style. Scott is

Gear Review: TetherTool’s Case Relay

There is nothing worse than doing an extended shoot and suddenly running out of power in your camera battery. Inevitably, it’ll happen right when the mood is perfect and things

Steve Glynn’s tintype portrait project

Steve Glynn makes portraits using the tintype process (learn more about tintypes in this article) and a large format camera. This combination is striking — it yields a very shallow depth

Being a Jack of All Trades

Photography has changed, there’s no doubt about that. But why? Why have things evolved so quickly and so drastically? Photographers used to be famous by mailing printed images in a

How to D.I.Y. a Snoot & Grid

What is a snoot? A snoot is just a funny name for a piece of equipment, generally a tube or similar objects such as a conical, cylindrical, or rectangular shape,