Jason Vong discusses a critical five minutes that’ll improve your photography. Tips for beginners in this world are always beneficial and worth highlighting. Check it out!
Being a beginner in any subject is an overwhelming experience, with many unsure where to begin or what to do. With this in mind, The Art of Photography’s video has some good photo critiques, including some advice for a young photographer. 0:00 Ground Rules for Critiques 2:53 Zines by Luc Kordas 5:00 Kaleidoscopes London by…
Pierre T. Lambert has a video that discusses the top three things to buy to improve your photography. Considering we’re all searching for ways to improve our photography, videos like this are useful, especially if you’re a beginner.
Roman Fox’s latest highlights how to start from scratch today with street photography. Photography is an intimidating endeavor, and videos like this can help jumpstart you into the field. CHAPTERS 00:00 – Intro 00:27 – Gear 01:30 – Settings 04:46 – Taking Photos 07:25 – Processing Workflow 08:44 – Editing 10:23 – Finding Your Style…
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.
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.
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.
Sarah Lyndsay’s video discusses the notion of knowing something you know now as an experienced photographer that would’ve been worthwhile as a beginner. According to Lyndsay, this is something they did in their early years of photography that held them back from a true creative path.
This video highlights six life lessons of photography from Evan Ranft. It discusses the importance of growing as a photographer and the life lessons that come with it.
The Photographic Eye’s latest video highlights the importance of training your mind to see photos everywhere. Using the three techniques discussed in the video daily will help you grow as a photographer, even when you don’t have access to a camera.
As said by The Photographic Eye, if you want more people to appreciate your images, you can’t break this photography rule in your photos.
Do you want to get the best photographs you possibly can this autumn? Following this advice from Nigel Danson will help you with this.
Mark Denney reviews seven camera settings pro photographers turn off that beginners don’t for landscape photography. Many videos, articles, and podcasts are dedicated to the best camera settings for specific genres of photography. Still, understanding which camera settings to turn off is just as important as understanding which ones to turn on.
In this video, James Popsys visits one of their favorite places in Wales, Trearddur Bay, to try and practice what they think is a photographer’s most important skill. Give it a view if you’re interested in the most important skill in photography, if not one of.
Leigh & Raymond Photography has a video discussing some essential camera housekeeping. The video details the notion of being ready for anything, including firmware updates, sensor cleaning, and more.
Sean Tucker shares some practical advice for getting better-quality images from your mobile phone camera. The tips include what settings they use, which assists they turn off, and how they expose and compose images taken on their phone.
Mango Street has a video highlighting where photographers should post their photos in 2022. Considering the decline of Instagram, a video like this is very useful for photographers across the board.
The Photographic Eye has a video detailing a specific method to try out, causing you to have amazing photos. The video claims if you’re stuck for ideas for things to photograph, then looking at everyday objects in a different way will WAKE up your photography.
From B&H Photo, join Sony Artisan of Imagery and professional sports photographer Jean Fruth on the baseball field as she explains 5 tips for photographing live sports!
Here, photographer Nigel Danson talks about five essential photography skills that every photographer needs to master. For more articles and videos on Landscape Photography, CLICK HERE. For more articles and videos for beginners, CLICK HERE.