We were recently inspired by a few articles from the photography blog PhotoFocus. Their latest newsletter is full of photographer tips, free books, videos, and presets. The material educates and inspires, and keeps us up-to-date with what’s happening in the world of photography.
What’s PhotoFocus all about?
“Photofocus is here as a helpful and educational resource for the aspiring and professional photographer. Our goal is to assist in your success as an artist… We’re here to make sure our audience gains insight into original and educational content from our team of experts, authors and guest contributors.” – PhotoFocus website
Photographer Tips Roundup
A few of our favorites this round included:
- 10 Alternatives to a White Background – Think about using a door or artist’s painted canvas
- Why Time of Day Matters for Portrait Photography – Golden Hour vs flash photography
- Better Bird Photography – Patient observation and tripods
- Getting Better Landscapes in Lightroom – What Serge wishes he knew when he started using Lightroom Classic, and at the bottom, a free masterclass
Thanks to PhotoFocus for providing great content for photographers (and photo printers)! Check out and sign up for their newsletters here.
If you’re interested in more from Photofocus, they also produce a podcast. Our very own Mike Goldner was featured in an episode, with a glowing ArtisanHD review from Levi Sim.
Listen in to around 00:26 to learn more about what sets us apart from other print shops. We also discuss our most popular print material, brushed aluminum Dibond, and our non-glare TruLife Acrylic Face Mounting.
Are you currently subscribed to any photography blogs, watching a particular YouTube series, or finding another way to get inspired with photographer tips? Let us know your favorites in the comments below!
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