Jason Vong discusses a critical five minutes that’ll improve your photography. Tips for beginners in this world are always beneficial and worth highlighting. Check it out!
Being a beginner in any subject is an overwhelming experience, with many unsure where to begin or what to do. With this in mind, The Art of Photography’s video has some good photo critiques, including some advice for a young photographer. 0:00 Ground Rules for Critiques 2:53 Zines by Luc Kordas 5:00 Kaleidoscopes London by…
Photographers of all styles will most likely utilize a photography studio at some point in their life. In this video, Tony and Chelsea Northrup tour their portrait and commercial photography studio, showing equipment for both stills and video.
Wildlife is a challenging subject to photograph, and few cameras are up to the task. Chris Niccolls walks you through his picks for the best wildlife cameras at three different budgets. 0:00 – Intro 0:54 – $1000 Picks 5:03 – $3000 Picks 9:30 – Money’s no object picks 12:40 – The wrap
Pierre T. Lambert has a video that discusses the top three things to buy to improve your photography. Considering we’re all searching for ways to improve our photography, videos like this are useful, especially if you’re a beginner.
Book layout for a photo book is an art unto itself. One of The Art of Photography’s viewers sent in one of the most perfect examples they’ve seen of how a photography book should be done, including the pacing of the photographs within. 0:00 Look by Ole Christiansen 2:14 Dear PVD by Rafael Medina 4:50…
Roman Fox’s latest highlights how to start from scratch today with street photography. Photography is an intimidating endeavor, and videos like this can help jumpstart you into the field. CHAPTERS 00:00 – Intro 00:27 – Gear 01:30 – Settings 04:46 – Taking Photos 07:25 – Processing Workflow 08:44 – Editing 10:23 – Finding Your Style…
Join Pierre T. Lambert and Taylor Jackson while discussing travel, street and general photography, and video life. Photographer videos like this are great, and this was shot at Sony Kando. Check it out!
John Branch IV recently did a Fujifilm XT5 wedding photography style shoot. It’s Branch’s first time shooting with the Fujifilm XT5 and all they can say is it’s amazing. They’re very happy with this camera.
In this video, Sean Tucker shares thoughts about choosing your focal length in street photography. Tucker’s focal length journey took them from 85mm, to 50mm, to 35mm, to 28mm, and each had something to teach Tucker as they worked to take better images on the street.
Today, Evan Ranft talks about three hacks you need for your social media videos in 2023. Anything related to photography social media is worth highlighting.
Katelyn James has a video highlighting some secrets to creative family posing with family photography. It discusses various critical points within the subject and some vital points to know.
Lizzie Peirce has an excellent video discussing a few different camera lenses for street photography. The video compares 24mm vs. 35mm vs. 50mm.
A lot has changed this year with real estate photography, so Nathan Cool Photo researched which add-ons have the most value now, and what they found was somewhat surprising.
The tiny SIGMA 18-50mm F2.8 DC DN is now available for Fuji X Mount! Samuel Streetlife tested this lens before the launch, and here is what they think about it after using it for a week of street photography and filmmaking.
These are simple things that all good photographers do that drastically improve their images; thankfully, they are effortless to copy. Nigel Danson has a video discussing the matter, highlighting seven skills good photographers have.
In Analog Insight’s latest episode of Talking Cameras, they sit down with Marc Rebillet. Marc is a famous musician and performer, a popular YouTuber with over 2 million subscribers, and also a collector of film cameras.
Faizal Westcott has an excellent video detailing their street photography workflow. Videos like this are great for analyzing how another artist operates.
Dan Baker is a documentarian and street photographer based in the UK. Primarily taking photos of the British seaside, over the years, he has built an outstanding eye for detail, color, composition, and the candid nature of the general public.
The Photographic Eye recently discussed the most powerful composition tool in photography. The video discusses the use of framing in your photos to give them more depth and interest.