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  • 01/02/19--06:00: 5 steps to get out of Auto
  • When just starting out in photography the typical person will begin their journey with the camera set to Auto. Using this mode tells the camera to choose the ISO, shutter speed, aperture, flash and focus. To be honest, the Auto mode has gotten much better over the years, and it can really lead to nice…

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    In this article, I’m going to show you how Luminar’s AI Sky Enhancer works with some examples. This amazing tool works with just one slider. What is AI Sky Enhancer? The new AI Sky Enhancer is a filter using Luminar’s AI technology that will make your skies look better with one slider. The good news is…

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    Clamshell lighting produces a soft glamour style with minimal shadows, making it popular for beauty portraits. Setup is simple: Resembling a clamshell, place one light tilted high, just above the subject’s eye line, and a second just below, tilted with the subject in the middle. Normally used in a studio environment, here’s how to achieve clamshell lighting on location using natural light.

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    When you light a portrait, a good rule of thumb is that your light should be about the same size as your subject. That’s easy for a single individual where any softbox will work, but what about lighting a group of people? A light that big is hard to find. V-flats offer an easy way…

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    Category: Outdoor Photographer: Don Komarechka Photo: “Snowflake-a-Day No. 25” I’ve been a big fan of Don’s work for some time, and I had the pleasure of meeting him in person last summer. He’s just as generous with his knowledge in person as he is online. With the official start to winter here in the Northern…

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    Editor’s Note: Perfectly Clear is offering Photofocus readers a special $99 bundle, including Perfectly Clear Complete and SharkPixel presets. A $163 value! In this article, I’m going to show you how you can process your DJI Drone DNG RAW Photographs using Perfectly Clear 3.5. Since Perfectly Clear doesn’t yet support the DJI Drone cameras, you will…

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  • 01/03/19--09:00: Limit yourself to learn
  • We get caught up in the big picture, the gear, the “rules,” the latest and greatest apps, plug-ins and software and it can all be quite overwhelming. How do you possibly learn all this stuff? How does this particular thing help me be a better photographer? Set limits One way to become a better photographer…

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    Making panoramas is a wonderful way to photograph a scene with the best perspective. Shooting brackets for HDR is a wonderful way to get the best exposure for a scene. So why not do both? I’ve been doing both for several years, but it’s always taken a lot of thought and process on the computer…

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    A quick tip on creating a shot list

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    Category: Street Photographer: Raymond Clarke Photo: “Live, From New York” I went to New York for the first time ever in October. I attended PhotoPlus Expo, which was also a first for me and when I saw this image by Raymond Clarke I had a few thoughts. First, I miss the Big Apple and second,…

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    Editor’s Note: We welcome Bob Panick to Photofocus. Bob is an enthusiastic amateur photographer based in the Detroit area. Bob shoots a variety of subjects including sports, landscape, nature and automotive. Bob has little to no interest in being a professional photographer and shoots for his own enjoyment. Bob learned photography back in the 70s, got…

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    This morning, ProGrade Digital announced its newest product, the SD Dual-Slot USB 3.1, Gen. 2 Card Reader. As with their other workflow readers, the SD Dual-Slot reader transfers simultaneously at speeds up to 10Gb/s. “Many of today’s professional cameras have two SD slots, so it is only natural that ProGrade Digital’s newest USB 3.1, Gen.…

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    Olympus Visionary photographer, author, and photo educator Joe Edelman shares his insight on a variety of topics he wrote about on his blog. 

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  • 01/04/19--13:00: ViewBug launches Android app
  • ViewBug, the platform that connects millions of visual creators to help explore and grow their craft, has launched its much-anticipated Android app. Alongside the ability to share photos, enthusiast photographers can join contests, discover galleries, follow their favorite photographers and watch tutorials through the app and companion website. ViewBug has also updated its iOS app,…

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    Category: Celebrations Photographer: Nelson Pereira Photo: “Fire works display welcomes 2013 in London” There’s no better way to bring in the New Year than a giant fireworks display. While Times Square is known for its ball drop, confetti, auto-tuned entertainment and fireworks, other cities across the world hold their own celebrations. This 2.5-second exposure by…

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  • 01/05/19--06:00: Why do you take photos?
  • The subject of why we take photos comes up every so often and I’d like to share parts of a conversation I had with a fellow photographer the other day. The conversation got me thinking about the why of our photography. We all have a different why, but many of us have a difficult time…

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    In this video article, using Final Cut Pro X, I’m going to show you how to take a piece of music and using markers, to position the clips to the peaks or places of emphasis in the music, so that the transition between clips has more impact. In addition, I’ll add what is called a…

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    B&H has announced its second annual Depth of Field Conference, taking place Feb. 5-6, 2019. Over the course of two days, photographers looking to elevate their craft will experience the latest in gear, hands-on demonstrations, interactive experiences, portfolio reviews, inspirational and motivational speakers and more. The conference will be headlined by keynote speaker Albert Watson,…

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    The Weekly Wrap-up compiles interesting articles published this week on Photofocus. With our first entry into the new year, we taught you how to create a winter wonderland, how to get out of Auto, using V-flats with groups, Lightroom HDR Panoramas, a great printer for all use cases and working with creative boundaries. We hope…

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    Antarctica is at the end of the world, a destination of extremes of climate, difficult to reach, but so rewarding for the traveling wildlife and landscape photographer.  The White Continent is unique in belonging to no country, but being shared as a truly special and unique resource.  The first time we went, it was for…

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