Katelyn James has a video highlighting some secrets to creative family posing with family photography. It discusses various critical points within the subject and some vital points to know.
Lizzie Peirce has an excellent video discussing a few different camera lenses for street photography. The video compares 24mm vs. 35mm vs. 50mm.
A lot has changed this year with real estate photography, so Nathan Cool Photo researched which add-ons have the most value now, and what they found was somewhat surprising.
The tiny SIGMA 18-50mm F2.8 DC DN is now available for Fuji X Mount! Samuel Streetlife tested this lens before the launch, and here is what they think about it after using it for a week of street photography and filmmaking.
These are simple things that all good photographers do that drastically improve their images; thankfully, they are effortless to copy. Nigel Danson has a video discussing the matter, highlighting seven skills good photographers have.
In Analog Insight’s latest episode of Talking Cameras, they sit down with Marc Rebillet. Marc is a famous musician and performer, a popular YouTuber with over 2 million subscribers, and also a collector of film cameras.
Faizal Westcott has an excellent video detailing their street photography workflow. Videos like this are great for analyzing how another artist operates.
Dan Baker is a documentarian and street photographer based in the UK. Primarily taking photos of the British seaside, over the years, he has built an outstanding eye for detail, color, composition, and the candid nature of the general public.
The Photographic Eye recently discussed the most powerful composition tool in photography. The video discusses the use of framing in your photos to give them more depth and interest.
This is KingJvpes’s 35mm Film Minimalist Street photography everyday carry kit. They’ve found over the years, less is more, especially when you’re walking around with your camera for hours. Check it out!
Sean Tucker’s latest discusses the real power behind the medium of photography. It specifically highlights the importance of a picture and how it captures moments in time that’ll live for years to come.
Shooting all day is long thought to be incredibly difficult for landscape photographers and landscape photography in general, but here, Nigel Danson shows you how to make the most of the perfect conditions all day long.
This is a presentation about Samuel’s journey from Samuel Streetlife as a Photographer and how the RICOH GR influenced their Photography. This was recorded during a GR Event in London in October 2022.
In this video, Roman Fox discusses some photography advice that isn’t often talked about, even though it can make a big difference. The photos and videos are also all from the Fuji XH2s.
The Techart LM-EA9 is easily one of the most exciting things to happen to photography in a very long time. This adapter turns manual focus lenses into autofocus lenses. Check out this video from GxAce to learn more!
The concept of self portraits is an odd matter to discuss, particularly if you’re someone who is uncomfortable in photographs or finds the process odd. To help, Evan Ranft has a video discussing how to fix your self portraits.
The concept of narrative is a very powerful tool when applied to photography. In this video, The Art of Photography explores three examples of photographers using narrative to communicate visually in book form.
Here are three must-know tips for better street photography! Whether you’re shooting on a Fuji setup with your x100v or X-E4 or a Leica M6, these tips can apply for beginners wondering how to shoot street or for the more experienced folks looking for better compositions. Check it out from Chris Chu.
Who doesn’t love Hawaii? Brae Hunziker recently did a video highlighting their few-day trip in Oahu, HI. It’s an undeniably beautiful place full of character, while Hunziker shot a bit on their new Nikon F3/T and Pentax 67ii.
Being a photographer is a journey more than an endgame, with The Art of Photography discussing the specifics of the matter. It features some advice and examples of documenting your process.