This week, James Popsys talks about exposure and the exposure myth in photography. Under-exposure, over-exposure, and whether or not these things really exist. Check it out!
Do you need a camera to learn photography? Check out this video from Tatiana Hopper that discusses the idea of not needing a camera for photography and how you can learn from it.
The latest from Jason Vong details how if they had to start photography from 0, here’s what they’d do. Check it out! Chapters 00:00 Intro 00:33 Step 1 01:40 Personal Story 1 02:38 Step 2 03:17 Personal Story 2 05:05 Step 3 06:23 Step 4 07:42 Step 5 08:45 Bonus Tip!
Trent Parke is an Australian photographer, best known for his way of capturing brilliant light showcasing his place of birth. Parke’s photography sits between fiction and reality, offering an emotional and psychological portrait of family life and Australia. Check out this vid from Black and White Profusion to learn more.
Simon d’Entremont has a great video discussing how to get great photos, even in terrible light. Check it out!
James Popsys was in Porto, Portugal for some photography and talked about finding your style as a photographer, which is the question James is typically asked most about. Check it out!
In this video, Simon d’Entremont shows you how to set up and start using a brand-new camera, even if you’re new to photography. Check it out!
Thomas Heaton looks at a selection of photographs disqualified from various competitions over the years. Some photographs were not intentionally trying to mislead the judges, and some were blatantly cheating. Check it out!
Thomas Heaton discusses how we can improve our landscape photography. It is not gear or technique-related, but rather about the process that leads to the taking of a photograph.
In today’s video, Eren Sarigul discusses the techniques they use for low-light photography, making it useful for those searching for night photography tips. Check it out!
This week, James Popsys is doing some autumn photography, but mostly, Popsys is talking about the difference between good photos and great photos, at least for them. Check it out!
Tatiana Hopper has an excellent video on the power of motion and blur, particularly in a street photography setting. Check it out! Video Breakdown 00:00 Intro 01:41 From Economy to Photography 04:53 Motion & Blur With Meaning 07:40 Rewriting Beauty 08:25 Gentlebands Segment 10:28 Rewriting Beauty II 11:50 Outro
Today, after months of waiting, Thomas Heaton finally took delivery of their brand new Nikon Z8 + 3 lenses and is bringing it on its first photography adventure to the northwest of Scotland, just in time for autumn color. Check it out!
In this week’s episode, Mark Denney discusses a priceless photography skill you can’t afford to overlook as the benefits of this are game-changing. Check it out!
As said by George Holden, pancake lenses can be the ideal street photography lens for those who enjoy smaller camera setups. It’s not always necessary to pack a large zoom lens or even a fast aperture prime, because in street photography often including more of your image in focus is a preferred way to shoot….
In this video, Teo Crawford is exploring Akihabara in Tokyo with their little Lumix GX80 in a rainy night. Check it out, especially if you’re a fan of rainy night photography.
Simon d’Entremont’s latest discusses how to photograph in the bright mid-day sun. Considering how imperative it is to be flexible in photography, videos like this are very beneficial. Check it out!
Roman Fox has an excellent video detailing how to photograph in overcast boring light. Check it out!
Tatiana Hopper has an excellent video discussing the notion of what makes a photographer when everyone is taking pictures. Check it out!
Simon d’Entremont is a professional wildlife and nature photographer from Eastern Canada. This video will reveal composition mistakes photographers make and how to avoid them! Check it out!