Andrew Darlow"s new photo tips book, 
Focus and Filter, is now shipping.

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What People Are Saying (Excerpted Comments from Selected Reviews):

  • "Mr. Darlow presents his information in a clear and concise way. His fifty tips encompass all aspects of photography and are extremely useful to all photographers from novice to seasoned professionals."

     "Anyone who uses technological devices today to capture photos should expose himself to the contents of this book and keep it handy as a reference tool. This is a must read and must have volume for those who aspire to become more serious photographers."

    "...Mr. Darlow's text contains some very unique features. Among them, for the DIY photographer, he provides well-developed, common sense hack versions of expensive gear that can save photographers significant amounts of money.​​​​​​​"

About The Author

Andrew Darlow is a photographer, writer and digital imaging coach based in the New York City metro area. His passion is helping passionate photographers of all levels capture, print and protect their photos. He has lectured and conducted seminars and workshops around the world at photo-related conferences and for photography organizations, including: Professional Photographers of America (PPA); PhotoPlus Expo, the Arles Photo Festival (France); Columbia University; and the International Center of Photography (ICP). His photography has been exhibited in many group and solo shows, and his prints are held in numerous private collections. His articles, tips and images have been included in many publications, websites, books and on-air programs, including American Photo, Animal Planet, People Magazine, Photo District News,,, Popular Photography, Rangefinder and Women’s World Magazine. He’s the editor of and is the author of three award-winning photo-related books.  Photo credit: Jim Roselli

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