Seeing Vanishing Cuba reviewed and selected for Rangefinder’s Photo Books: Compelling New Titles for Spring 2023 was a great achievement. Thanks, Rangefinder!
Rangefinder is an award-winning brand for professional photographers that first launched as a magazine in the early 1950s. Whether you are just starting or have been in the business for years, we are your go-to for photo inspiration, education, and motivation. As the leader in wedding and portrait photography, we deliver the relevant information photographers want and need to grow their business, including business basics (copyright, contracts, and tax guides), tips, techniques, and trends on posing, lighting, branding, marketing, post-production, and workflow, as well as tech innovations, in-depth product reviews and much more.
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