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No fireworks to photograph this Fourth of July?
Around this time of year, we always see so many articles about how to photograph fireworks. What if you don’t...
The Enthusiast’s Guide to Composition: Dramatize with black and white
(Editor's note: Thanks to our partner, Rocky Nook, for this chapter on "dramatize with black and white" from "The Enthusiast's...
Black and white vs. color: Which has more emotion?
I feel like this topic is one that can be debated from here to eternity. It's a fun discussion where...
Fixing Problematic Colors with HSL
(Editor's note: This is a guest post by photographer and educator, Tim Grey.) There are many situations where the color...
Photographer of the Day: Ian Lewry
Category: Sports Photograph: Ian Lewry "The Red Arrows" Seeing planes soar through the sky can be a special experience —...
Gear Review: Impact Collapsible Oval Reflector Soft Gold/White
When it comes to reflectors, I prefer large oval shaped tools and the Impact Collapsible Oval Reflector Disc is a...
Digital Proofs for Old B&W Negatives
This post started with an email from a friend, Carole, who I hadn't heard from in... well, decades. She wondered...
Photographer of the Day: Dan Warkentin
Category: Nature Photographer: Dan Warkentin Title: Mt. Kidd To often, landscapes are framed and executed as snapshots. Not so here....
Instant Replay: Making Great Black and White Photos in Lightroom
Black and white photographs can be very impactful, but there's so much more to making great black and whites than...
Photographer of the Day: Marianna Roussou “Into the White”
Category: Portraits Photograph: by Marianna Roussou Originally shared on the Photofocus Flickr Community. To learn how your work can be...
Photo of the Day: Emily
Category: Portraits Photograph: by Berit Alits Originally shared on the Photofocus Flickr Community. To learn how your work can be...
Photographer of the Day: Kong
Category: Portraits Photograph: by Luis Alvarez Marra Originally shared on the Photofocus Flickr Community. To learn how your work can...
Fixing problematic colors with HSL by Tim Gray

Fixing Problematic Colors with HSL

(Editor’s note: This is a guest post by photographer and educator, Tim Grey.) There are many situations where the color in our photographs can be particularly challenging to get right. When a scene features a variety of different light sources,

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Photographer of the Day: Ian Lewry

Category: Sports Photograph: Ian Lewry “The Red Arrows” Seeing planes soar through the sky can be a special experience — the red, white and blue trails coming off the planes give a certain pride in the photograph. But coupled with

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Digital Proofs for Old B&W Negatives

This post started with an email from a friend, Carole, who I hadn’t heard from in… well, decades. She wondered if I still had the negatives from a shoot we did together in December of 1977. Of course I had

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Mt. Kidd by Dan Warkentin

Photographer of the Day: Dan Warkentin

Category: Nature Photographer: Dan Warkentin Title: Mt. Kidd To often, landscapes are framed and executed as snapshots. Not so here. From location scouting, to composition & framing through to post-processing; Warkentin’s deft choices show through in the final image. Photo

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Photo of the Day: Emily

Category: Portraits Photograph: by Berit Alits Originally shared on the Photofocus Flickr Community. To learn how your work can be featured on the site, please read this article.

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Photographer of the Day: Kong

Category: Portraits Photograph: by Luis Alvarez Marra Originally shared on the Photofocus Flickr Community. To learn how your work can be featured on the site, please read this article.

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Fixing problematic colors with HSL by Tim Gray

Fixing Problematic Colors with HSL

(Editor’s note: This is a guest post by photographer and educator, Tim Grey.) There are many situations where the color in our photographs can be particularly challenging to get right. When a scene features a variety of different light sources,

Read More

Photographer of the Day: Ian Lewry

Category: Sports Photograph: Ian Lewry “The Red Arrows” Seeing planes soar through the sky can be a special experience — the red, white and blue trails coming off the planes give a certain pride in the photograph. But coupled with

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Digital Proofs for Old B&W Negatives

This post started with an email from a friend, Carole, who I hadn’t heard from in… well, decades. She wondered if I still had the negatives from a shoot we did together in December of 1977. Of course I had

Read More
Mt. Kidd by Dan Warkentin

Photographer of the Day: Dan Warkentin

Category: Nature Photographer: Dan Warkentin Title: Mt. Kidd To often, landscapes are framed and executed as snapshots. Not so here. From location scouting, to composition & framing through to post-processing; Warkentin’s deft choices show through in the final image. Photo

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Photo of the Day: Emily

Category: Portraits Photograph: by Berit Alits Originally shared on the Photofocus Flickr Community. To learn how your work can be featured on the site, please read this article.

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Photographer of the Day: Kong

Category: Portraits Photograph: by Luis Alvarez Marra Originally shared on the Photofocus Flickr Community. To learn how your work can be featured on the site, please read this article.

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Photo of the Day: That Look

Category: Family Photograph: “That Look”, by Juliano Kki, originally shared in the Photofocus Facebook Group community right here. Join the group to see some of Juliano’s other work, as well as other excellent work from our readers, and to share

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