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How to Focus in Macro Photography

If you’re trying to photograph the small world of plants and bugs, you’ll face plenty of challenges along the way. Macro photography is a difficult genre — you’re pushing up against the physical limits of depth of field, diffraction, and … Continue reading

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How to Focus for Star Photography

If you like taking landscape photos at night, you’ll surely be familiar with one of the main challenges: successfully focusing on the stars. Often, you can’t use autofocus, since there isn’t enough light for your camera’s focusing system to lock … Continue reading

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Pricing Your Photography – Time to Focus on Profit

© Stephen Coburn Intro by Skip Cohen My good buddy Scott Bourne wrote this for the launch of SCU four years ago. Reading through it this morning, it couldn’t be more valid. Although a piece of Scott’s approach in this … Continue reading

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Why I focus on the details and 5 ways you can, too

I’ll admit it. As a creative and overall “type B” personality, I am more of a big picture person and not very detail-oriented in my day to day life. There is an exception to this though, and that exception is … Continue reading

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Focus Stacking Tutorial for Landscape Photography

A lot of landscape photographers are interested in focus stacking — combining multiple images of the same scene, each focused at different distances, into a single photo. This is a useful tool to have at your disposal, since it lets … Continue reading

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