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PHOTONews Summer 2011 Challenge Winners
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PHOTONews Summer 2011 Challenge Winners

Congratulations to the winners of the quarterly PHOTONews Challenge! 

Recreating Loft Style Lighting by Paul Markow
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Recreating Loft Style Lighting by Paul Markow

Simple is good. Paul Markow shows us why as he revisits classic high key lighting reminiscent of Irving Penn’s series of Vogue Magazine covers from 1943.

Majestic Serenity: An Interview with Håkan Strand
Editor's Choice

Majestic Serenity: An Interview with Håkan Strand

A special article from Adore Noir, a black and white fine art photography magazine from Vancouver, British Columbia.    

Long Exposures Not Just for the Night by Mike Last
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Long Exposures Not Just for the Night by Mike Last

When many photographers think about long exposures, late nights and star trails are the first things that come to mind. Just because it’s a sunny day doesn’t mean you should give up your hopes on silky-smooth water or wispy clouds.

Our Very First #PHOTONewsChat
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Our Very First #PHOTONewsChat

  You may have heard of this new and interesting thing called Twitter – a service that limits your posts and status updates to 140 characters each – but did you know that PHOTONews is also very active in the Twitter photography community?

Lumiquest LTp Softbox review by Nick Bicanic
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Lumiquest LTp Softbox review by Nick Bicanic

With the increased cost of travel, especially for wedding photographers and their equipment, we were excited to tryout the LumiQuest SoftBox LTp at our first destination wedding of 2011.

Better Summer Photos by Darwin Wiggett
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Better Summer Photos by Darwin Wiggett

Summer is the season when photographers work hard, shooting everything from weddings and family events to soccer games and backcountry nature scenes.

Recreating 1920's Portrait Lighting by Mark Rockwood
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Recreating 1920's Portrait Lighting by Mark Rockwood

For thirty years, Mark Rockwood has worked as a highly sought-after commercial photographer for local and national accounts that include L.L. Bean and Brookstone.

Capturing Hummingbirds in Flight by Michel Roy
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Capturing Hummingbirds in Flight by Michel Roy

With a camera and flash you can unlock the mysteries of nature.

Michael Willems' Top Ten Travel Tips for 'Togs
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Michael Willems' Top Ten Travel Tips for 'Togs

It is summer, and while we in Canada do not yet get the same kind of holidays Europeans do (30+ days of vacation a year plus public holidays is the norm – I used to get 38 days plus, when I worked in Europe), many of us will nonetheless head […]