The latest from the Art of Photography features some viewer mail today, with one of their favorite books anyone has sent in! It discusses storytelling with photography and much more.
Thomas Heaton has an excellent video featuring landscape photography and a wildlife expedition to the Hornstrandir nature reserve in Iceland. Heaton travels from Reykjavik to Hornvik with the goal of photographing wild arctic foxes and beautiful landscapes with a Nikon Z7 II and a selection of lenses.
Many photographers only look to shoot with perfect conditions, even though dull conditions shouldn’t be avoided in photography. In this video, Nigel Danson explains how to get the most out of any grey day.
Paul Miguel reveals his biggest lighting secret for better wildlife and nature photos, and you can do this with any camera. In this photography tutorial, Miguel shows you how to use natural light to create a unique balance in your images.
In this video, Courtney Victoria ditches the tripod for some handheld landscape and wildlife photography in the most incredible location: Antarctica. With a Nikon DSLR setup and tripod, Victoria experiences heavy winds, moving boats, and waddling Gentoos on a once-in-a-lifetime photographic experience!
In this video, The Photographic Eye shows you how to find your creative voice in photography. Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned pro, there’s a style that’s perfect for you. By the end of this video, you’ll have a better understanding of your own photography style and be able to find it more easily.
T Hopper’s latest focuses on discovering the unknown color street photography of Garry Winogrand. Check it out, especially if you’re a fan of street photography.
In this video, The Photographic Eye discusses square format photography and how it can help you take your photos to the next level. They’ve always been a big fan of the square format, and in this video, they explain why. You’ll dive into square format photography’s unique characteristics and creative possibilities and learn some tips…
In this video, Nigel Danson explains in detail how to export your images ready to be printed by a lab, specifically from Lightroom. Danson gets an enormous print done of one of their favorite images.
You can take great photos using full auto mode on your camera, meaning you don’t have to use manual. Watch this video from Nigel Danson as they explain why and a camera setting that could improve your photography.
Timanfaya National Park in Lanzarote is a beautiful place to visit, but it is heavily regulated making landscape photography almost impossible. Thomas Heaton was lucky enough to be asked to attend Canarian Photo Week which had been granted permission to visit one viewpoint for sunset and sunrise.
Pierre T. Lambert’s latest features a quick four concepts in five minutes. It’s an epic street photography challenge in Tokyo and worth watching, even if you’re a casual photographer!
2023’s world of photography might seem overwhelming at first. With hundreds of cameras on the market, it might be tricky to decide which one is the best beginner camera for you. Luckily, The School of Photography put together a guide last year to help you choose which beginner camera best suits you, whatever your budget…
According to The Photographic Eye, It was a 20-year struggle to learn the real skill of portrait photography. The one that takes your photos of people and makes them something special.
In this video, Michael Shainblum dives into the most valuable lesson they gained from their trip to Madeira for landscape photography. Shainblum talks about how one mistake nearly prevented them from obtaining one of their favorite shots from the journey.
While there are so many ways to learn photography, there are also so many dead ends and potential rabbit holes you might waste your time on. In this video, Pat Kay outlines 20 essential photography tips for beginner photographers to help you get good quickly and give you the right fundamentals to work on.
This landscape photography tutorial from Iceland from Taylor Jackson includes all the raw files so you can edit along if you choose. Jackson edits everything in Luminar Neo, which is a very easy and incredibly powerful image editor.
Roman Fox has an excellent video featuring silent Lisbon street photography with the Fujifilm XT5 and XH2. The video incorporates the places and Fox walking while all the photos are exceptional as always.
One of the joys, and indeed frustrations, of Wildlife Photography, is never knowing what you will encounter in the field. In this frosty morning vlog, Paul Miguel has a fascinating photo session and two extraordinary encounters!
In today’s video, Hayden Pedersen explores ten hectic photography ideas in 100 seconds. If you’re looking for a fast-paced style video that gives a bunch of photography ideas, this is the video for you.