Lizzie Peirce discusses what to charge for photography, all the way from the beginning stages of the process to when you’re a full-on pro. 0:00 – INTRO 0:30 – THE PRICING EQUATION 1:17 – KNOW WHERE YOU STAND 2:40 – TIME 3:33 – DELIVERABLES 5:16 – EQUIPMENT 6:24 – COMMON SCENARIO
These are Faizal Westcott’s camera settings for the Fujifilm X-T5, but what you’ll find is that these settings can be applied to a lot of other Fujifilm cameras, old and new. These are settings for how Westcott likes to approach street photography. They won’t necessarily work for you, but if you need a place to…
Adrien Sanguinetti has a street photography video that demonstrates the perspective of two photographers throughout the process. Videos like this are great to show how every photographer thinks differently, no matter how similar their style is.
The Photographic Eye’s latest discusses sharpness in photography. Sharpness is a useful asset in photography, but why do so many photographers get hung up about it?
As said by Faizal Westcott, the Fujifilm X-T5 is clearly designed for photographers, but what Westcott come to find is that it’s the perfect hybrid camera. In this video, Westcott goes through their first impressions of using this camera for street photography.
This video from The Photographic Eye is about achieving photographic success with systems; creating a habit to change your photos for the better. If you’re tired of feeling stuck in your photography and not making progress, this video is for you.
Ivan Chow has a great video discussing why they stopped getting close in street photography. It highlights how getting close can cause subjects to become affected by your presence, potentially causing the scene to become awkward.
In this video, Courtney Victoria runs through the photography and clothing kit they’ll be taking to Antarctica. From cameras to memory space and thermal underwear, they get ready for one heck of a photography experience!
Mike Gray has a video detailing how to properly use strobe lighting in photography. The video is great for getting more out of this particular setup in a photography setting.
Hopper has an excellent video on learning photography with Mary Allen Mark. Mark was an American photographer known for her photojournalism, documentary photography, portraiture, and advertising photography. 00:00 Intro 01:14 On the Lookout 05:39 Much of Life is Luck 07:56 What is success? 10:09 Conclusion
In today’s video, William Verbeeck shares some photography gear they picked up in 2022, that they’re excited to use throughout the new year. Check it out!
With a forecast for some extreme winter conditions, Thomas Heaton packed up their 4×4 camper van, grabbed a Nikon Z7 II, and headed to the far north of Scotland to indulge in some winter landscape photography.
The channel graincheck has an interesting video showcasing one month of black and white film photography, meaning they’re 1/12th of the way to completing a full year of film photography on the year. Check it out!
Here we have the uninterrupted POV Street Photography walk from Stephen Dewar’s recent trip to Edinburgh. It was filmed on December 29th, 2022, and is a beautiful way to end the year.
Sean Tucker has a video that details how to approach buying cameras. Seeing as every photographer can benefit from a subject like this, it’s a valuable video discussing the ins and outs of purchasing gear, specifically cameras.
Did you just get a new camera? Are you a beginner looking to improve your photography? In B&H Photo Video, Maria shows you 10 exercises to practice photography and boost your creativity.
Mike Chudley’s latest focuses on photography to clear your head. Considering how imperative it is to keep your mind in the right headspace, videos like this highlight how photography can be a useful tool in that sense.
Stephen Dewar has an excellent video that details a trip to Edinburgh and back to the lab to edit a couple of the shots. If you’re looking for another photographer’s perspective and what they’re looking for while shooting, check it out!
Welcome to another video from T. Hopper, this time focusing on their favorite filmmaker, Andrei Tarkovsky, where Hopper talks about his beautiful Polaroid diary.
Alpha Collective member Greg Noire delved into new territory when he took his first trip to the continent of Africa to photograph the Samburu tribe as well as the area’s wildlife and landscape. While on his trip, Noire uses his lens choice to translate the world around him. Hear why he chose the Sony 24-70mm…