Mango Street has a video highlighting where photographers should post their photos in 2022. Considering the decline of Instagram, a video like this is very useful for photographers across the board.
KingJvpes has a video on street photography composition tips live on the street today with a Fujifilm X-Pro2! In this episode, they take you to the streets and show you firsthand the three fundamental street photography compositions that everyone should know.
Becki and Chris shoot an editorial-style marketing photo for The Home Reno Series using flash; this is the BTS of why and how they shot this image.
The question of whether better photography equipment makes you a better photographer is an age-old question that’s been around for years. With this in mind, check out Photography Online’s video discussing the topic.
The Photographic Eye has a video detailing a specific method to try out, causing you to have amazing photos. The video claims if you’re stuck for ideas for things to photograph, then looking at everyday objects in a different way will WAKE up your photography.
Faizal Westcott has a video highlighting packing for travel, specifically with street photography and YouTube. Considering the importance of packing as a photographer, give this video a view! Chapters 0:00 – Intro 0:56 – Carry-on Set-up 3:08 – Sponsored Segment 3:44 – Wotancraft “Pilot” Travel Camera Bag 7L 13:55 – Aer Travel Pack 3
The Photographic Eye has a video on how a quote by Ernst Haas removed so many barriers to their creative process. Today, they hope it will do the same for you.
Pat Kay has a street photography critique video, specifically giving feedback on a person’s photography. Critique videos like this are helpful to analyze for a few different reasons, ranging from an educational viewpoint and looking at another person’s photographic perspective.
The Raw Society Co-Founder Jorge Delgado-Ureña shares his thoughts and tips about the importance of portraits of strangers. Furthermore, the video discusses why portraiture is essential for projects with sample photos from Delgado-Ureña’s travel and street photography projects. Topics 0- Intro 1- Portraits are personal 2- Visual dynamics 3- Portraits are easy 4- Try this
The Art of Photography has a great video highlighting portraits and landscapes from Tibet. The video discusses some random mail time bits, with a compelling focus on Tibet.
This is a nice wildlife photography video by Trond Westby where he talks about his one key to success in bird photography. Here is what he has to say about it: One important key to success in bird photography is knowing your subject. The whinchat is a bird that nests in areas with low vegetation….
There’s an old expression that gear isn’t as essential as having a photographic eye. Though there is some truth to it, no one can deny how beneficial great gear is to the average photographer. Thus, check out this video from Henry Turner, who gives more information on the matter.
In this week’s episode, Mark Denney exposes the average photographer’s darkest filter secret. It’s incredibly useful, especially if you’re looking for a simple trick that might not seem obvious right away.
Mike Chudley has a video detailing city photography that makes you calm. It’s an excellent video to analyze, especially if you want to clear your mind and sit back.
Street photographer Harvey Stein has visited and revisited the same destinations throughout his career, photographing strangers worldwide. In this seminar from B&H Photo, he will share his tried and true techniques for capturing street portraits and the stories behind his images.
Simon Booth has a great video discussing nature photography and the idea of letting the light call the shots. Considering wildlife photography’s challenges, a video like this is excellent to check out, especially if you want to get more involved in the field.
The Northrups have a video discussing the idea of being burnt out on photography. It highlights the notion of finding the motivation or will to pick up a camera and take photos.
KingJvpes has a video detailing the Fujifilm 18mm f2, a highly controversial FujiFilm lens with many fuji shooters either in love or in absolute disgust. The lens is years old now, with KingJvpes taking it to the streets of San Francisco to do some POV Street photography.
From B&H Photo, join Sony Artisan of Imagery and professional sports photographer Jean Fruth on the baseball field as she explains 5 tips for photographing live sports!
Mike Chudley has a video highlighting a street photography habit that changed everything for their work. Check it out, especially if you’re a fan of street photography.