If you’re a photographer, you can see many amazing things, but can you spot a problem with these photos? Check it out from The Photographic Eye.
Check out this video from Mango Street that discusses The Art of Blurry Photos.
The latest from Jason Vong covers the notion of starting photography from zero and what they’d do in 2024 as a result. Check it out! Chapters 00:00 Intro 00:33 Step 1 01:40 Personal Story 1 02:38 Step 2 03:17 Personal Story 2 05:05 Step 3 06:23 Step 4 07:42 Step 5 08:45 Bonus Tip!
The Photographic Eye claims it’s not really the camera’s fault that the photo didn’t work but that it’s that us photographers are talking to it in the wrong language.
Do you need a camera to learn photography? Check out this video from Tatiana Hopper that discusses the idea of not needing a camera for photography and how you can learn from it.
James Popsys was in Porto, Portugal for some photography and talked about finding your style as a photographer, which is the question James is typically asked most about. Check it out!
Thomas Heaton looks at a selection of photographs disqualified from various competitions over the years. Some photographs were not intentionally trying to mislead the judges, and some were blatantly cheating. Check it out!
This week, James Popsys is doing some autumn photography, but mostly, Popsys is talking about the difference between good photos and great photos, at least for them. Check it out!
Tatiana Hopper has an excellent video discussing the notion of what makes a photographer when everyone is taking pictures. Check it out!
This week, James Popsys walked with their 2-year-old, attempting to get some photos in midday mush. Popsys some good scouting for autumn, and talks about the photographer’s curse that every landscape photographer, street photographer, and any other outdoor photographer will know all too well. Click Here to Check Out Anthony Morganti’s Ultimate Lightroom Classic Training
Nothing’s better than these video types from The Art of Photography. This one features the compositional key to improve your photography. Check it out!
In this video, Sean Tucker offers a perspective on photography and how it might be affected by the rise of A.I. Check it out!
Join Adam on an exhilarating journey through the breathtaking landscapes of the Peak District as he overcomes challenges, shares inspiring stories, and discusses the path to photography fulfillment.
Landscape photography doesn’t always go the way we want it to, and sometimes Thomas Heaton struggles to maintain their photography motivation, especially when photographic conditions are dull. In this video, Heaton photographs multiple exposures with a Nikon Z7 II and creates abstract work that transforms the mundane into the extraordinary.
Mike Chudley’s latest focuses on photography to clear your head. Considering how imperative it is to keep your mind in the right headspace, videos like this highlight how photography can be a useful tool in that sense.
The Photographic Eye looks at some of the dark secrets of the photography world. Whether you’re a professional photographer or just a passionate hobbyist, you won’t want to miss this video.
Like any other art form, photography has a way of taking the artist in areas they probably wouldn’t be involved in otherwise. Peter McKinnon has an excellent video highlighting the matter, discussing the notion of where photography takes you.
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.
Mike Chudley has a great video highlighting the idea of photography that brings peace. It features Chudley on a morning of peacefully lonely photography. Check it out, especially if you’re looking to get into that mindset with photography.
The Photographic Eye has yet another great video, this time highlighting if you want people to notice your photos. Specifically, how can you change things up in your photos, so people will find them interesting?