Buying lenses can often feel like an overwhelming experience. There are so many options, and it’s hard to know where to start. That’s why Michael Shainblum constructed five different ideal lens kits for different types of outdoor photographers.
The Canon Selphy CP1500 is a must-have for every photographer. This video is not sponsored; Niels Kemp just really likes printing photos, and they think the Selphy is a great way to start doing this. When doing it right, this device will even make you money.
As a genre of photography, street photography feels unique in being argued whether or not images are officially “street photography” while some subscribe to the idea that anything CAN be street. Check out this video from George Holden that dives into it.
A day in Evan Ranft’s life as a photographer balancing family, creative street photography, and his first car photoshoot with Porsche.
Film photography in Svalbard with the Hasselblad X-Pan film camera. In this video, Thomas Heaton spends ten days sailing around Svalbard on the Polar Pioneer in search of landscape photography and Polar Bears.
In this week’s episode, Mark Denney discusses a Lightroom tip that will help 99% of photographers improve. Check it out!
After finishing a 10 hour night shift at work, Chris Baitson drove up the east coast of England to Whitley Bay to photograph St Mary’s Lighthouse. His reward was 5 minutes of insanely beautiful sunrise light.
ASTEROID CITY takes place in a fictional American desert town circa 1955. Synopsis: The itinerary of a Junior Stargazer/Space Cadet convention (organized to bring together students and parents from across the country for fellowship and scholarly competition) is spectacularly disrupted by world-changing events. Check this video out from Kodak!
Nick Carver discusses fine art photography and their first solo exhibit. Check it out!
For the top 1% of photographers, what makes THEM different? How do they stand out? Which paths and skills do they follow and how did they come to find them? In making this video, Pat Kay reflected on the thousands of photographers they’ve seen, met, or talked to, and condense three traits that he feels…
There are lots of different things we can do to improve our photography, but this one is the most important.