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Focus on Photography

Welcome to the ArcSoft Focus on Photography Gallery. A recurring theme, our gorgeous full-screen hero image on home page features a carefully selected photograph taken by talented pro, semi-pro and amateur photographers. Because imaging technology is at the core of all we do, we celebrate both the process and the creativity that results from visual inspiration. Thank you for visiting this gallery. Please check back often to see more beautiful work.

Hero image list

  • The Quivira National Wildlife Refuge in Kansas is one of 29 U.S. places declared a wetland of international importance.

    The name "Quivira" is Spanish-derived, given to the region by the explorer Coronado in 1541. Photo taken by Jun Zuo, Sept. 13, 2014.

  • China's Mt. Huangshan is characterized by odd-shaped pines, bizarre rock formations, seas of clouds and clear hot springs.

    Located in east China's Anhui province, Mt. Huangshan is one of the country's best-known scenic spots. Photo by Jun Zuo.

  • One of the most scenic parks in the world, Wyoming's Grand Teton National Park was created in 1929 and is 310,000 acres.

    The Teton Range is the youngest mountain range in the Rocky Mountains, and is still growing. Photo taken June 6, 2014 by Jun Zuo.

  • The fishing village of Xiapu, China, is rated No. 1 on the "Top 10 Paradises for Photographers" by CHIP FOTO-VIDEO Digital, a famous Chinese professional photography magazine.

    Xiapu is located in the northeast part of China's Fujian province. Photo by Jun Zuo; Canon EOS 5D Mark II; f/11; 1/80s; ISO 400; focal length 35 mm.

  • The Quivira National Wildlife Refuge in Kansas is one of 29 U.S. places declared a wetland of international importance.

    Photo taken by Jun Zuo, Sept. 7, 2014; Canon EOS 5D; Mark III; f/10.0; 1/2000s; ISO 400; focal length 220mm.

  • Morning fog rises from the water at Marsh Creek State Park, nestled in the rolling hills of north central Pennsylvania.

    The 1,727-acre natural haven is a resource for fishing, sailing and migrating waterfowl. Photo by Kevin Yang.

  • A bald eagle swoops in for a fish at Lock and Dam 14 on the Mississippi River above Davenport, Iowa and Moline, Illinois.

    During the winter season, Eagles gather near open water to feed on fish. Photo taken by Jun Zuo in January 2014.

  • Fall foliage is something to behold in Colorado, where peak colors emblaze the landscape in lush golds and fiery reds.

    Photo taken by Jun Zuo; Canon EOS 5D; setting F/11.0; 1/13s; ISO 200; focal length 40 mm.

  • Vivid spray paint murals brighten an alleyway in downtown Kansas City, a center of visual and literary arts.

    Photo taken in Kansas City, Mo; by Jun Zuo; Canon EOS 40D; setting: F/8.0; 1/30s; ISO 200; focal length 25 mm.

  • Butterflies use a long, tubular structure to sip nectar, but they actually do all their tasting through receptors on their feet!

    Photo taken in Kansas City, Mo., by Jun Zuo; Canon 5D Mark II + Canon EF 100-400 f/4.5-5.6L; Setting: F/5.6; 1/200 s; ISO 800; focal length 400 mm.

  • A slim and twisting corridor meanders through a cathedral of undulating Navajo sandstone walls in the American Southwest.

    Photo taken in Antelope Canyon on Navajo land near Page, Ariz., by ArcSoft Founder/CEO Michael Deng; Canon EOS 5DIII, 24-105/4 IS.

  • A vast field of sunflowers is reflected in a single morning dewdrop, suspended momentarily on the tip of a yellow petal.

    Photo taken in Lawrence, Kan., by Jun Zuo; Canon 40D + Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8L; F/13, 1/50 s, ISO 100, focal length 27 mm.

  • Found in Africa and Asia, the pied kingfisher dives into the water to capture fish, and can swallow its prey mid-flight.

    Photo taken in Maasai Mara, Kenya, by Jun Zuo. Canon 7D + Canon EF 400mm f/5.6L; F/6.3, 1/2000 s, ISO 400, focal length 400 mm.

  • The leopard, which can run close to 40 mph, will often stash its prey in a tree for safe keeping from scavenging hyenas.

    Photo taken in Maasai Mara, Kenya, by Jun Zuo; Canon 5D Mark III + Canon EF 70-200mm, F/2.8L II + 1.4TC; F/4, 1/640 s, ISO 640, focal length 280 mm.

  • Is that a platypus/flamingo hybrid? No! The Roseate Spoonbill is actually a bizarre wading bird of the southern coasts.

    Photo by Philip Chang; Canon EOS-1D X; F/6.3, 1/2000 s, ISO 500, focal length 500 mm.

  • Known for its elegant profile and striking coloration, the American avocet can be found in wetlands across North America.

    Photo by Philip Chang; Camera settings: Canon EOS-1D X; F/4, 1/1600 s, ISO 2500, focal length 600 mm.

  • At 1,943 feet deep, Oregon's majestic Crater Lake is the deepest in the U.S., and one of the 10 deepest lakes in the world.

    Photo by Jun Zuo; Camera Settings: Canon 5D Mark II + Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II, F/8; 1/125 s; ISO 200; focal length 35 mm.

  • Fun fact: Hummingbirds can remember every flower they've visited, and how long it takes that flower's nectar to refill.

    Photo by Jun Zuo; Kansas City, Mo. Camera settings: Canon 40D + Canon EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L; F/5.6; 1/800s; ISO 200; Focal length: 400 mm.

  • The Wulong Karst, an otherworldly limestone region with sinkholes, underground streams and caverns, is located in southwest China.

    Photo taken by Jun Zuo. Canon 40D + Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8L; F/9.5; 1/45s; ISO 200; focal length 25 mm.

  • Yellow-billed oxpeckers have a symbiotic relationship with the Cape Buffalo and other hoofed African mammals, feasting on ticks, parasites, earwax and even diseased wound tissue.

    Photo taken by Jun Zuo in Maasai Mara, Kenya. Canon 7D + Canon EF 400mm f/5.6L: F/6.3; 1/2000 s; ISO 800; focal length 400 mm.

  • The Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes are one of many spectacular landscapes in Death Valley, the largest national park in the lower 48 states. Several "Star Wars" scenes have been filmed here.

    Less than 1 percent of Death Valley is actually covered in sand dunes. This radiant sunrise was captured by photographer Jun Zuo. Camera setting: F/8; 0.7s; ISO 100; focal length 10 mm.

  • Each spring, a stunning spectacle of more than one million snow geese migrates to the Squaw Creek National Wildlife Refuge in Mound City, Mo.

    The avian visitors are a major boost to the local economy, as tourists flock annually from all over the world to witness the extraordinary gathering. Photo by photographer Jun Zuo. Camera Setting: F/18; 1/1600 s; ISO 500; Focal length 275 mm.

  • Draped over miles of mountaintops like a winding river of ancient brick, the epic Great Wall dates back more than 2,000 years and stretches across 8,850 km from east to west of China.

    Today, less than 30 percent of this iconic cultural relic remains in good condition due to natural erosion and the roughly four million tourists who visit each year. Photo by Michael Deng, ArcSoft founder and CEO.

  • Sprawled like a shimmering azure portal to another world, the glacier-fed Milk Lake nestled in the mountainous folds of Yading Nature Reserve, China, brilliantly contrasts the rugged landscape and jagged mountains piercing the sky.

    The vibrant cerulean hues found in this pristine glacial lake situated at 4,600m high come from a powdery "rock flour" that absorbs and refracts varying colors of sunlight. Photo by Michael Deng, ArcSoft founder and CEO.

  • "Minga River," another great work taken by Brendon Gilchrist, Photographer.

    Brendon used a 2.5-second exposure to capture the water movement. Learn more about Brendon's photography.

  • "Under the Pier," taken by Brendon Gilchrist, Photographer, at New Brighton Pier during the New Zealand winter.

    Brendon used a 3-minute exposure to capture the amazing color changes and "milky" effect of the water. Learn more about Brendon's photography.

  • "Corn Harvest" by Max Wei, physician and professional photographer.

    Learn more about his experience serving in Nepal, in Max's own words.

  • "The Unhurried Life of Turtles at Wekiva Springs, FL" by Dainon Moody, Android Photographer

    Learn from Dainon about finding your own creativity when taking Android photos.

  • "Hummingbirds" by photographer, Paul Garcia. Read about Paul's behind the scene story.

    Capturing birds whose wings flap 100 beats per minute is no easy feat. Patience, time, talent - and the right technology - can make it happen," says Paul.

  • Photo captured at Antelope Canyon, Arizona, by Caroline Tien-Spalding, our Director of MarkComm.

    This is an example of the power of HDR from ArcSoft's Capture Technologies.

  • Stunning Maui panorama – an example of what you can create in seconds with ArcSoft Panorama Maker®.

    See photos (plus insights) from our very own panorama master Dave Lam, ArcSoft's Sr. Project Manager .

  • Photo of Maiden with the Seagull, taken in Opatija, Croatia, by Steven Wei, PhotoStudio user.

    This photograph is an example of the power of Lowlight NR from our Capture Technologies.

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