This week, James Popsys is in Abu Dhabi taking photos with their new camera, the Leica M11. It’s Popsys’s first Leica M mount camera, and this trip seemed like a good chance to do some street photography and landscape photography.
Laura BC discusses how to afford expensive photography gear in their latest video. Considering how vital photography gear is, a video like this is beneficial to know where to begin in the area.
Today, Willem Verbeeck shares a self-assignment, a practical exercise for all photographers. The exercise details how to find new photography projects and how to get the most out of them.
Pretty much every photographer understands the challenge of travel photography. With this in mind, this is the story of how Sidney Diongzon and Chris Brockhurst captured Yosemite Firefall in 2023.
In this episode, Nathan Cool Photo covers the quickest steps to take to become a successful real estate photographer and when to enter the market at the right time for the amount of work you want to do.
Today we’re talking lenses and what First Man Photography considers their all-time favorites. The video discusses how these focal lengths can be useful and what you might use them for.
T. Hopper has an excellent video discussing five photography documentaries you should watch, in no particular order. Check it out, especially if you’re a fan of photography documentaries.
Wildlife and bird photography have Scott Keys thinking a lot. Here is a quick thought video that asks for your personal answer to a simple question: what is your intent with wildlife photography?
James Popsys is in Iceland (and an airport hotel) talking about how to tell stories with your photos this week. It’s a great video, that discusses one thing all photographers should try, check it out!
Rather than share a video today, I thought it’d be beneficial to discuss some creative photo ideas to try. With warm weather approaching, what better time to discuss this sort of thing than now? Let’s give it a try! As we know, photography is an art that can capture moments and memories that we cherish…
Welcome to Michael Shainblum’s Madeira woodland landscape photography vlog! In this video, Shainblum takes you on a journey through the enchanting woods of Madeira. Shainblum shares tips and techniques throughout the video for capturing this beautiful yet puzzling place.
Welcome to another episode of the series “Books” from T. Hopper, and today we bring Josef Koudelka’s “The Exiles” to the table. Josef Koudelka is a renowned Czech photographer born on January 10, 1938, in Boskovice, Czechoslovakia (now the Czech Republic). He is known for his striking black-and-white photographs, particularly his images of the Soviet…
In this week’s episode, Mark Denney discusses a challenging photography skill that pays off for life. When many people get started with outdoor photography, they constantly hear about good light and bad light and how the golden hours of sunrise and sunset were by far the best times of day for outdoor photography. And after…
A video from graincheck features stunning silent black and white film photography. If you’re looking for inspiration regarding your photography, check this video out!
In this video, Hayden Pedersen participates in a long exposure photography battle. Long exposure photography is a technique in photography where the camera’s shutter is left open for an extended period of time, typically several seconds or even minutes, allowing the camera to capture more light and movement in the scene. This technique is often…
The Sony 50mm F1.4 GM is Taylor Jackson’s new 50mm lens for wedding photography. Join Taylor in Las Vegas at Not A Conference, Focal’s wedding photographer portfolio-building workshop.
These Lightroom Tips are simple to use but incredibly effective. Post-processing is an integral part of the photography process, and Nigel Danson has a great video to help.
As a beginner street photographer when you are just starting out it’s hard to know what you should and shouldn’t do. Thankfully, KingJvpes created a video to offer up some street photography tips that you need to know before you hit the streets.
Paul Harrison is a street photographer and tour guide based in London. Having picked up a camera for the first time only three years ago, he instantly fell in love with street photography as a practice and an art form.
As said in The Photographic Eye, it wasn’t until this photographer started using power words in photography that they really started to tap into their true potential as a photographer. Their images went from one-dimensional to being full of shape, form, texture, and depth.