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Spotlighted Show: VideoMelange


This week’s spotlighted show comes from Andreja Sitar all the way in Austria. Andreja runs VideoMelange Slideshow Studio, she loves combining photos, videos, audio and text to tell her stories through video. Continue reading

Spotlighted Show: Ron Wyatt Photography

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This week’s spotlighted show comes from Ron Wyatt Photography. Watch a collection of Ron’s favorite shots during his travels around the world. From culture, to architecture, and wildlife, Ron captures it all beautifully in his ProShow Web slideshow. Continue reading

Spotlighted Show: Len Smith’s Northumbria

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All the way from Northumberland, England. Our spotlighted show this week features Len Smith, a landscape and seascape photographer. Len created his journey in ProShow Producer to turn his photographs into a living moment in time.Continue reading

Spotlighted Show: Daniel Berry Photography

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This week’s spotlighted show comes from Daniel Berry, a landscape and night photographer based in central Missouri. We couldn’t think of a better way to celebrate Earth Day than sharing Daniel’s breathtaking images from his recent trip to Alaska in a ProShow Web slideshow. Continue reading

Spotlighted Show: Jeff Cable Photography

Jeff Cable is a professional photographer located in the San Francisco Bay Area. He’s known for capturing amazing images, whether it’s a local event, a national advertising campaign or the Olympic Games. Continue reading

10 Inspirational Travel Photography Blogs


One of the best parts about traveling is all the beautiful sites you get to see along the way. Taking photos of all these breathtaking places is a great way to relive those moments. (Another great way to relive the moment is by creating a slideshow…just saying.)Continue reading

Photographing Majestic Myanmar

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No country is evolving more quickly, and more positively, than Myanmar. Thousands of years of Buddhist sites, history and culture are now open for tourism.

Each year photographer David Cardinal leads a group of photographers to Myanmar to explore and photograph amazing temples, colorful markets, and unique lifestyles throughout the country. Continue reading