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Photofocus

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Photofocus is not a blog per se. Instead, it is an online magazine about photography. We publish at least once and sometimes several times each day, with the intent of informing, entertaining and educating people who are interested in photography.

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6.4 items/day

Canon brings 400mm f/2.8, 600mm f/4 to RF mount

7:53
Canon has announced the first professional super-telephoto lenses with the RF 400mm f/2.8 L IS USM and RF 600mm f/4 L IS USM. They are designed to be optically identical to their EF mount counterparts. The RF 400mm and RF 600mm weigh in at 6.37 and 6.81 pounds with a minimum focusing distance of 8.2 […] The post Canon brings 400mm f/2.8, 600mm f/4 to RF mount appeared first on Photofocus .

Canon announces first dedicated macro for the RF mount, the RF 100mm f/2.8L

6:35
Canon has officially announced the RF 100mm f/2.8L IS USM Macro lens, the first dedicated macro lens for the company’s RF mirrorless camera mount. It is also the world’s first medium telephoto macro lens with a maximum magnification of 1.4x. The new lens, designed for both advanced photo enthusiasts and professionals, takes macro photography expression […] The post Canon announces first dedicat...

Canon announces development of full-frame EOS R3 mirrorless camera

6:35
Overnight, Canon announced that it is developing a new, high-performance professional camera — the Canon EOS R3. Set to join Canon’s current lineup of EOS R full-frame mirrorless series cameras, the EOS R3 will be positioned between the EOS R5 and EOS-1D X Mark III cameras. The camera will put great emphasis on superb AF […] The post Canon announces development of full-frame EOS R3 mirrorless c...

How to get emotion from your subject

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There are six basic emotions — sadness, surprise, fear, happiness, disgust, anger. Understanding these emotions will help you bring them out in your subjects to create memorable photographs. The post How to get emotion from your subject appeared first on Photofocus .

Street photography motivation for when you’re bored of it

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Do anything for a long time and you’re bound to feel either bored or burnt out. This includes even the things that you are deeply passionate about. Feeling demotivated or unsatisfied about photography? You’re definitely not the only one. If you do street photography, there’s a good chance it’s also because you’re bored of shooting […] The post Street photography motivation for when you’re bored...

Live webinar: Where does video fit into your workflow?

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Ever since 2008, when the Nikon D90 was released, photographers have had the power of video at their fingertips. But just because you CAN do something, SHOULD you? This Wednesday, April 14, 2021, join Levi Sim as he sits down with full-time videographer Andrew Diamond. Andrew got his start working in photography, and will help […] The post Live webinar: Where does video fit into your workflow? ...

Fujifilm comes away with 29 Red Dot Design Awards

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Today, Fujifilm announced that they have received 29 Red Dot Awards for 2021. Included are instant cameras, the X series and GFX series cameras and lenses. The GFX 100S, X-T4 and X-E4 were recognized, as were the company’s XF50mm f/1.0 R WR, XF10-24mm f/4 R OIS WR, GF30mm f/3.5 R WR and GF100-200mm f/5.6 R […] The post Fujifilm comes away with 29 Red Dot Design Awards appeared first on Photofoc...

Lightroom might be eating up your hard drive space

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Did you know that Lightroom might be eating up your computer’s hard drive space, without your knowledge? I didn’t. I kept wondering why my computer hard drive was always full. Eventually I stumbled onto Lightroom being the culprit. Lightroom works by uploading the photos that you import to your Adobe cloud storage, and these originals […] The post Lightroom might be eating up your hard drive sp...

Joe McNally’s “The Hot Shoe Diaries” stands the test of time

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Since the onset of my journey to self-teach photography, one book title has repeatedly been mentioned by all manner of blog posts, online forums and workshops instructors: “The Hot Shoe Diaries” by Joe McNally. After yet another mentor recommended it, I decided to bite the bullet and bought a secondhand copy online. After all, I’d […] The post Joe McNally’s “The Hot Shoe Diaries” stands the tes...

What to do when you need a tripod and forget it

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So what do you do when you need a tripod and forget it? Like shooting in REALLY tricky lighting, where only a tripod will do the trick? I recently came across this problem while traveling. I was lucky it wasn’t me, this time, but it could have been. Now I know this has been written […] The post What to do when you need a tripod and forget it appeared first on Photofocus .

Adobe accelerates Premiere Pro, adds M1 support for Premiere Rush

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Today, Adobe dropped the April release for video applications. Get excited for increased productivity! Intel acceleration Windows users rejoice! Premiere Pro version 15.1 has received optimizations to improve the export time of h.264/HEVC encodes. This uses Intel’s Quick Sync hardware acceleration. Adobe bench testing shows performance to be up to 1.8X faster than in version […] The post Adobe ...

It’s time for camera manufacturers to innovate beyond megapixels and have fun

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For the past several years, there’s been some common battles going on between camera manufacturers. You know what I mean. “This camera has the fastest and most accurate autofocus ever!” “This camera has a whopping 62 megapixels!” And sure, that stuff is important. Well, kinda. But it’s time that camera manufacturers get back to innovating […] The post It’s time for camera manufacturers to innov...

Three tips for flattering portraits in noontime sun

13.April
When it comes to shooting outdoor portraits during the day, many photographers tend to avoid doing so in the noontime. It’s because the sun at this time produces hard, harsh light. This often results in unflattering shadows on the face, and the subjects tend to squint against the intensely bright light. In the video above, […] The post Three tips for flattering portraits in noontime sun appeare...

Five reasons Op/Tech Rainsleeve should be in your camera bag

12.April
Spring is here. And it’s time to get outside. April showers bring May flowers But they can also bring us lots of rain….on our cameras. And we don’t want that. Water and electronics don’t mix well. This is particularly true if you are photographing by ocean water, which is corrosive. Rain, water play, waterfalls and […] The post Five reasons Op/Tech Rainsleeve should be in your camera bag appear...

Tamron Recipes with Molly Dombroski: Pet photography

12.April
Welcome to another episode of the Tamron Recipes podcast, brought to you by Tamron USA and SkipCohenUniversity.com. In the show, Skip Cohen and I are passionate about highlighting photographic artists as our creative chefs and discussing their favorite photographs. Just like your favorite cooking show, we talk about the recipes and ingredients they use to create their […] The post Tamron Recipe...
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