Jason Vong recently challenged themselves to only use a 35mm lens for travel photography. The video is a great highlight of how some lens fit a particular photography style better than others. Check it out! Chapters 00:00 What 35mm am I Using? 00:56 For APS-C Users 01:09 35mm is a Fantastic Travel Lens 02:00 35mm…
Simon Booth recently did a video discussing how to organize and file photographs, highlighting how they do the process. It’s imperative for photographers to understand the value of organizing their work, so check it out!
Practically every photographer aspires to make money as a full time photographer. With this in mind, Sophia Carey has a great video detailing their last 6 months of income into percentages to understand how they make money as a full-time freelance photographer. Check it out!
Pierre T. Lambert recently did a video discussing five of the biggest photography mistakes. The video begins by highlighting why mistakes can be good before diving into the mistakes and a few solutions along the way. Video Breakdown 00:00 Why mistakes can be good 01:20 Mistake 1 & fix 02:43 Mistake 2 & fix 04:58…
Over the winter, Lindsay Adler was invited to photograph at the Baccarat hotel for a joint collaboration between the hotel and fashion designer, The Danes. It’s a great video that discusses some of the challenges and things to keep in mind with on location fashion photography.
Macro photography is a subject that demands a lot of attention, specifically with the finite details around it. With this in mind, Stewart Wood has a video showcasing how they’ve been getting out and about lately for some outdoor macro photography with a few tips highlighted.
As great as it is to point and shoot in the modern era, you truly can’t master the artform without understanding camera settings. With this in mind, Roman Fox has a video detailing the camera settings you need to master.
Though this video from the Art of Photography isn’t necessarily an instruction video, but rather a mail day selection, it makes for a fascinating look at photography zines on a single subject. For those who don’t know, a zine is a small-circulation self-published work of original or appropriated texts and images, usually reproduced via a…
There are countless options when it comes to landscape photography filters. With this in mind, B&H Photo recently did a video featuring professional landscape photographer Mahesh Thapa, who shares his expertise in using lens filters. You’ll learn why you should (or shouldn’t) use them, how to use them and when to use them.
Kenneth Lawrence recently did a video detailing Wildlife Photography in Kanha National Park. Lawrence set foot in the enchanting forests of the park, with a total of five days and eight safaris, here’s bringing you some of India’s precious wildlife
In their latest video, First Man Photography is asking has photography lost its relevance and what might that mean for us? The video also looks at an example of how you can tell a story with your photos.
Phones have made it so we have a camera on us at all times, causing many to make videos and articles detailing simple phone photography tricks to make their subject stand out. With this in mind, check out iPhone Photography School’s video highlighting some basics to make your subject pop more.
In this video, Mike Smith goes for a walk around Lulworth Cove and talks about motivation in photography, specifically with a photography rut. Smith discusses how sometimes they’re highly motivated but other times, their motivations aren’t there. The video discusses some things you can do to reignite that motivation.
Faizal Westcott has a video detailing how to use the Ricoh GR IIIx for street photography. It’s a solid video that goes over key accessories and settings to get the most out of the camera.
At first glance, low key portraits appear simple enough. All you need to do is take a photo that mostly consists of shadows and it’s low-key. However, low key photography has a lot more going on. This fine balance is explored by Gavin Hoey where he combines three simple lighting techniques with some basic props.
Creating a fashion shoot with RGB LED Light Tubes is an interesting subject that not every photographer understands. To help with this, Lindsay Adler has a great video taking you behind the scenes of a shoot featuring RGB light tubes.
If you want to learn how to take better photos, join Maria as she teaches you 10 ways to improve your photography. Leave a comment below if you have any good photography habits that you’d add to this list. Timestamps 0:00 Introduction 0:22 Trial & Error 0:37 Get to Know Your Settings 1:11 Shoot in…
Mads Peter Iversen has a video discussing summer photography and the struggle of landscape photography during these months. During May both dandelions and the rapeseed/canola bloom, which changes the landscape from boring post-winter to flourishing summer rural landscapes. Getting to like this kind of photography has changed quite a lot, making it the best to…
Kyle McDougall has a great Fuji X-Pro 3 review video. After shooting with it for the last month and talking about why they think it provides a unique experience that’s similar to working with a film camera, McDougall crafted an interesting review worth checking out.
Passive income for photographers is a task not every photographer knows how to accomplish, especially if you don’t have a social media following. With this in mind, Evan Ranft has a video detailing ways photographers can make passive income regardless of audience size.