Getting Out of Your Photography Comfort Zone: A Nature Photographer Wanders into a Studio –

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With spring babies all over the place, now is a particularly important time to be sure we respect the animals we photograph! Photographing Wildlife Up Close… the Right Way — Photofocus – Feed Usually, my articles have a lighthearted note,

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I noticed recently that one of my lenses had a little wobble to it when attached to my camera. The first time this happened I hadn’t noticed the wobble, but sure noticed the huge error messages on my camera. My

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This is the third part of my series on using the service If This Then That (IFTTT) for your photography workflow and business.  You check it out on Photofocus at this link:  IFTTT for Photographers – Part 3: Managing Your

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Recently Instagram added the “multiple photos” feature, where an image post can include up to 10 images and/or videos which you can swipe through. Although sharing an album of shots from a trip or shoot is the most obvious choice,

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First Light on the River

Sometimes you look at a photo and you know something just isn’t right. If there is one thing that will cause that uneasy feeling, it is unfixed lens distortion in a photo. Our brain knows buildings have straight lines, faces

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My latest article is up on!  I tested a new plugin for Lightroom that pulls keywords based on a visual analysis of your image by Google, really cool stuff, that will only get better as the tech improves.  Check

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Really happy to see Photofocus publish this article I wrote! Its one I had been thinking of for some time, great to see it in print. As the (insert amazing wild animal of choice here) steps out of the edge

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I love technology and innovation, and thanks to it, the amazing things we can do in photography. But, like many photographers, I confess to excessive grumbling about the amount of time spent in front of the computer and away from

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Are you new to IFTT? Then check out this article For many of us in photography, keeping up with the business side is probably not at the top of our list of fun things to do. Realistically, most of us

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