Landscape photography in Madeira with a hurricane out to sea. The conditions were challenging, but Thomas Heaton managed to capture some beautiful images of this rugged island. Heaton used a Nikon Z7II, a 24-70mm f4 lens, and a 100-400 lens.
As the year is wrapping up, it’s helpful to look at inspirational photography projects from the last 12 months. Willem Verbeeck has a great video highlighting photography projects that inspired them. Check it out!
For today’s portrait photoshoot behind the scenes, Julia Trotti uses the Sony A7IV with the 7-element Super Takumar 50mm f1.4. Trotti also shares with you a few reasons why you should consider using vintage lenses for your own photography.
Street photography is one of the best ways to calm your mind. As said from 7th Era, pick up your camera and take some photos. It’s simple. Are you going to do it? Try it when you need to calm your mind!
A beginner’s guide to capturing amazing photos of Christmas lights at night or in low light. Photo Genius shares tips, camera settings, and more to get amazing low-light photos with your digital camera in a night photography situation.
Matti Haapoja details seven gadgets every filmmaker and photographer needs. Considering a photography accessory’s usefulness, videos like this are great for highlighting some ideal gadgets.
Faizal Westcott discusses the one trick to instantly improve your composition in photography. The video highlights how your environment is the greatest photography tool you have.
Taylor Jackson has a video detailing how they became a professional photographer and video creator. Videos like this are great if you’re interested in going on a similar career path.
Wide-angle lenses are the go-to choice for most landscape photographers but don’t make the mistake Nigel Danson made here when you are out in the field.
In today’s video, Thomas Heaton traveled to Madeira for landscape photography and to visit the Fanal Forest. Unfortunately, after only a few images, Heaton’s Nikon Z7II blew over in strong winds, and their 24-70mm f4 lens was broken. It turned out to be a good thing for Heaton’s photography as it forced Heaton to look…
Matti Haapoja details their favorite new lens in 2022. The video details the Sirui 35mm Anarmophic lens for full-frame cameras, claiming the lens that’s very different from any other lenses they use.
As said by Adorama, can a corridor be a studio? Having a dedicated studio space is a luxury most portrait photographers don’t have, but how much room do you actually need? For example, is it possible to take studio-quality portraits in a random corridor no wider than a doorway? That’s the challenge portrait photographer Gavin…
In this video from COOPH, Heather Schmaedeke explains how to get the best street photos. Follow the COOPH World Photography Day Contest 2022 winner as she shows you around Berlin. Heather shows how she sets up her equipment to get the best of night shooting, different light conditions, and changeable weather.
In today’s vlog, Julia Trotti uses their portrait lenses for travel and cityscape photography. Trotti also takes photos in many different lighting situations, including harsh light, dusk, and sunrise.
Henry Turner has an excellent video where they brave the freezing temperatures in a camper van for landscape photography. You have to do what you have to do for the perfect shot.
A video fully dedicated to helping you become a freelance photographer in 2023 in the quickest way, even if you’re a beginner! After 10 years in London, Laura BC learned a lot through mistakes and the fastest ways to get clients and make it as a freelance photographer.
In this video, Samuel Streetlife shows you HOW and WHY they use a DSLR for Street Photography. Let us know in the comment section if you still use DSLRs in 2022 and how you use them!
Welcome to what we can call the unofficial last episode of white noise, where T. Hopper explores the work of Ringo Starr and have a look at his photobook “photograph,” reminiscing on The Beatles and their awesome music as well as on the idea of the persistence of memory in photography.
Thomas Heaton feels their photography home office was never that well designed, and with winter drawing in, they decided to take on the project and try to create the perfect home office for the landscape photographer.
Like any other art form, photography has a way of taking the artist in areas they probably wouldn’t be involved in otherwise. Peter McKinnon has an excellent video highlighting the matter, discussing the notion of where photography takes you.