Finding your style in photography isn’t singular to photography, with every artist needing to find their voice in whatever endeavor they’re involved with. With this in mind, join Emily Teague for helpful practices and tips to look deep within and discover what it is that you’re drawn to.
Duade Paton has a video that discusses what pros don’t tell you about wildlife photography. It makes for a fascinating video, especially if you have a lot to learn about wildlife photography. Chapters 00:31 Soft Shots Are Normal 01:29 Fail #1- Forget to Call Wife 01:59 Setup Shots 03:57 Fail #2 – Charging Batteries 05:14…
KingJvpes has a video discussing some essential street photography tips no one talks about. The video highlights the importance of building street confidence and how to improve your craft.
In this new video, Michael Shainblum shares how they capture wildflower photography. The video highlights Shainblum’s favorite techniques for photographing flowers under any lighting condition.
The Photographic Eye has a great video that discusses the importance of using motion blur in photography. In the video, they share some simple techniques you can use as you experiment with learning the creativity of motion blur. Chapters 00:00 Why motion blur is great 02:47 Panning and shutter drag 04:27 How much motion blur…
The Art of Photography has a video discussing documentary and fashion photography. It’s worth checking out, especially if you’re looking to pursue either.
Kim Grant heads out to a location that’s been calling her back for weeks. She talks about how the best photographers follow their intuition when deciding what to photograph. Check it out!
T Hopper recently did a video taking lessons from “The Americans” by Robert Frank. The video highlights how important his photography and this photobook were in the context of the 1950s.
Omar Gonzalez Photography recently edited XT3 Fujifilm files from a recent walk by the Manhattan Bridge in New York City and it made them think: why edit some photos and not others? The video highlights when to tackle a raw file or post right from the camera.
Teo Crawford has a great video that gives a beginner guide for 35mm film photography. The video covers everything from choosing the right camera, loading your roll of film, and shooting. Chapters 00:00 – 00:27 – Introduction 00:27 – 01:07 – How does film photography work? 01:07 – 03:57 – Which camera to choose 03:57…
The idea to make your images stand out is a common question many photographers have a challenge to perfect. Nevertheless, The Photographic Eye has a video that teaches you four skills that’ll take your images to the next level. Check it out!
Milky Way photography is a fun exercise that is both challenging and rewarding. However, if you’ve never attempted night photography, it can be a little intimidating. This tutorial from PhotographyTalk will give you the stepping stones you need to prepare for a Milky Way photo shoot.
Thomas Heaton recently drove their small off-road camper van down some forest roads to enjoy some landscape photography, cooking, and camping. The video is excellent and highlights the importance of spending some quality time outside.
Skillshare recently did a video discussing 3 landscape photography tips for beginners. As said in the video, landscape photography lets you capture the world and a few simple tips can majorly upgrade your snapshots. Here, join three Skillshare teachers for tips on scouting, composition, and process.
Photography trips are an exciting endeavor for any photographer to pursue. Aows has a video discussing how their photography trips are pretty chaotic, as they adapt to the conditions and go with the light. Furthermore, the video discusses a system to choose where to go, and when.
Micael Widell recently did a Laowa 90mm Lens Review, highlighting if it’s the new King of Macro Photography. Widell does a great job of incorporating usability in the field in the review.
Did social media ruin photography? First Man Photography has a video discussing the topic and what we can do to keep our love of this amazing art alive for many years to come.
Sophia Carey has a video on finding your first photography client and building your portfolio. Considering how important these two aspects are, it’s nice to have a video like this for walking you through the steps.
Chris Pieta recently posted a very informative video taking about what gear you’ll need for product photography. For more articles and videos on the Business of Photography, CLICK HERE. For more articles and videos on Product Photography, CLICK HERE.
Chris Niccolls over a DPReview does a nice job giving an overview on why and how to use back button focus. For more gear-related articles and videos, CLICK HERE.