Question of the Week: What type/s of lens do you typically use?
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by Photofocus Team
6h ago
It’s time to make your voice heard! Each week, we ask a question of our readers so we know what sort of content to produce more of. Your input helps us make Photofocus better. The lens/es we use often depends on the kind of photography we do. But sometimes, we also shoot with certain lenses ..read more
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June 15 is Nature Photography Day
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by Bob Coates
6h ago
June 15 has been christened Nature Photography Day. North American Nature Photographers Association, (NANPA) is promoting getting out in nature, making some photos and sharing them with the hashtag #NaturePhotographyDay. It’s a great idea anytime, but occasionally, it’s good to get a reminder and a boot in the butt to head out with your camera ..read more
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How to install and use presets in Adobe Camera Raw
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by Julie Powell
1d ago
You can now install your presets into Photoshop, just like you can in Lightroom. This makes Adobe Camera Raw look and functions more like Lightroom Classic than ever!   There are two quick methods for installation for installing presets into Adobe Camera Raw in Photoshop (there is also a manual Manual Installation, but the two ..read more
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Your next big shot is in culling
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by Tracy Cook
2d ago
Photographers, you might want to listen up! In an era where our photo libraries resemble a chaotic black hole, photo managers have emerged as the superheroes we didn’t know we needed. We’re bursting at the seams with photos, and it’s getting harder and harder to deny our photo-hoarding tendencies. Here’s where your photo culling and ..read more
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Using Libraries in Photoshop
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by Julie Powell
2d ago
Are you tired of always having to remember and find where you have your favorite textures and overlays stored on your hard drive? Why not use Libraries in Photoshop? It’s super handy and pretty easy to set up too. Not sure how to use textures or overlays in Photoshop? I cover that too in the ..read more
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Canon announces new Dual Fisheye Lens
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by Photofocus News
3d ago
Canon U.S.A., has recently announced the new RF-S3.9mm f/3.5 STM Dual Fisheye lens, bringing ease, affordability and quality for social media creators interested in exploring VR content creation. The RF-S3.9mm F3.5 STM Dual Fisheye lens is compatible with the EOS R7 camera* and will be available in June 2024. The new RF-S3.9mm F3.5 STM Dual ..read more
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How I got the photo: Queen Susan from Narnia
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by Julie Powell
3d ago
I adore fantasy and fairytales. A beloved book from my childhood was The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe: The Chronicles of Narnia. I am running a photoshoot in July, with this very theme and I wanted to get some marketing images. So, I asked model Emily Reinhard to join me in the studio. We ..read more
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Ricoh expands its lineup of waterproof Pentax digital compact cameras
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by Photofocus News
4d ago
Ricoh Imaging Americas Corporation recently announced the two new additions to its lineup of waterproof, digital compact cameras: the entry-level Pentax WG-1000 and top-of-the-line Pentax WG-8. The new all-weather adventure cameras both feature a rugged chassis, plus the waterproof, dustproof and shock-resistant features the WG series is known for. The Pentax WG-1000 The WG-1000 is ..read more
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Reducing highlights and shine on faces in Lightroom Classic
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by Julie Powell
4d ago
As a special request, I have created today’s post on how to reduce highlights and shine on faces in Lightroom Classic. Sure, you can do this in Photoshop, but not everyone is comfortable with it. You can still use similar methods to achieve similar results. While there are a variety of ways to fix these ..read more
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The trap of shallow depth of field
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by Joy Celine Asto
5d ago
One of the first photography lessons you learn along the way is the impact of shallow depth of field. Its effect on an image — an aesthetically pleasing blur that separates the background from the subject — easily sets your camera photos apart from snapshots taken with smartphones or cheaper cameras. In the video above, however, Jamie ..read more
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