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How to Quickly Remove Power Lines from Photos

Those pesky power lines are the bane of every landscape photographer! Here is a simple trick to get rid of them in Photoshop.
April 8, 2015/by Ugo Cei

Ian Plant: Planning Your Next Photography Trip

Here are few tips from Ian Plant about how to plan for a trip to your next bucket list location.
April 6, 2015/by Infocus Guest Author

2015 Fiji Workshop

We invite yo to join us in Fiji for a fantastic workshop taught by some of world's best photographers.
April 3, 2015/by Jay Patel

The New Intimate Collection

The New Intimate Collection - The latest video course from Jay & Varina Patel
April 1, 2015/by Varina Patel

Do you know how to use your Gear?

I routinely shoot the panorama of Montreal under different weather conditions...so I confident that I was prepared.
March 30, 2015/by Denis Grenier

Dont be Crabby

I loved shooting these tiny crabs on Anne's Beach in Florida not because they are attractive, but because they posed a photography challenge.
March 27, 2015/by Jay Patel

Photographing Reflections on the Beach

Patrica Davidson shares highly effective, but easy to follow photography tips to capture reflections on a beach.
March 25, 2015/by Patricia Davidson

Nicole S. Young: Using Presets & Actions

Nicole S. Young sits down with the InFocus Magazine to give her insights into the role of presets into post-processing workflow.
March 23, 2015/by Infocus Guest Author

Exploring Bromeliad Forest

To visit this Bromeliad Forest, we had to hike through a muddy swamp and skirt the edge of a large alligator hole to get there.
March 20, 2015/by Jay Patel

Travel Photography Equipment Guide – Part 2

Clint Burkinshaw gives insights into what photography equipment to bring along on your next trip - Part 2
March 18, 2015/by Clint Burkinshaw

Travel Photography Equipment Guide – Part 1

Clint Burkinshaw gives insights into what photography equipment to bring along on your next trip - Part 1
March 16, 2015/by Clint Burkinshaw

Get Yourself Oriented

Do prefer to shoot in Horizontal or Vertical Orientation? We prefer to shoot in both orientation....Here is why.
March 13, 2015/by Jay Patel