Mobile Photography: What Do You Do With It?

Mobile photography has exploded in usage over the past couple of years, moving from being something on the very fringes of photography to becoming a respected field in its own right. There are mobile photography awards held every year now and the winners are often very talented photographers who can take non-high-end gear and make […]

National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest 2014

The National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest for 2014 is underway! Would-be entrants need to get their submissions in by June 30 in order to be eligible for winning. However, National Geographic does have some of the early contenders ready for viewing and InFocus was nice enough to select some of the best of these images […]

How to Photograph a Landscape

David Akoubian showcases the abilities of the Tamron SP 24-70mm VC lens to translate the landscape you see in your mind into your camera. By Jenn Gidman Images by David Akoubian David Akoubian has had plenty of practice photographing the great outdoors. Whether he’s exploring the region around his Georgia home in the mountains or […]

Spring Photography

Spring is a great time to get some beautiful photos added to your portfolio. With the flowers in bloom, the sun shining for longer, and the world warming up to tolerable temperatures, more and more people are getting active and going outdoors. The next two weeks host several major religious celebrations — Passover and Easter […]

James Estrin Offers Career Advice for Photojournalists

PDNPulse has a great video interview with James Estrin on what budding photographers with a bent for journalism can do to help get their careers started. Surprisingly, his advice can be summed up with “Be yourself.” He cautions photographers against imitating other work that has won awards or gotten published. Instead, he suggests that aspiring […]

Suing Your Clients Is A Bad Idea

Last week, the guys behind TWiP (This Week in Photos) tackled the issue of photographers who were suing clients who gave them bad reviews. In this day and age, when social media and the Internet are major ways for new and established photographers to get the word out about their works, a negative review on […]

Long Exposure Photography — A Few Suggestions and a Lot of Samples

This morning we ran a great long exposure image on Facebook and asked if any of our fans there had ever given long exposure photography a try. It’s a style of photography that requires a good bit of planning and patience to put together — not to mention a lot of trial and error. Still, […]