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.
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.
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!
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!
Zdenka Darula’s video highlights why you should have an 85mm lens in your photography kit. The video features a Meike 85mm lens F/1.8, a budget-friendly option with excellent optical performance.
Faizal Westcott has a video highlighting the Leica Q2, questioning if it’s the king of fixed lens cameras. A fixed lens is a lens where the focus isn’t adjustable, is set at the time of lens design, and remains fixed. 0:00 – intro 1:38 – the lens 3:32 – sponsored segment 4:20 – Street POV…
Becki and Chris shoot an editorial-style marketing photo for The Home Reno Series using flash; this is the BTS of why and how they shot this image.
The question of whether better photography equipment makes you a better photographer is an age-old question that’s been around for years. With this in mind, check out Photography Online’s video discussing the topic.
There’s an old expression that gear isn’t as essential as having a photographic eye. Though there is some truth to it, no one can deny how beneficial great gear is to the average photographer. Thus, check out this video from Henry Turner, who gives more information on the matter.
In this week’s episode, Mark Denney exposes the average photographer’s darkest filter secret. It’s incredibly useful, especially if you’re looking for a simple trick that might not seem obvious right away.
Figuring out the best camera lens you need for your photography is a challenging objective. You may ask: What lens should I buy for my photography? Should I buy a prime lens? What lens is best for fashion photography? In this video, Ian Hippolyte tells you the one lens you need for almost any style…
The beauty of wildlife photography surrounds the ability to try out gear, specifically lenses. Nevertheless, Mango Street recently did a video where Daniel rents a Canon 600mm f/4L to try and capture some wildlife. Check it out!
Chris Niccolls over a DPReview does a nice job giving an overview on why and how to use back button focus. For more gear-related articles and videos, CLICK HERE.
As great as it is to point and shoot in the modern era, you truly can’t master the artform without understanding camera settings. With this in mind, Roman Fox has a video detailing the camera settings you need to master.
No one can deny the significance Apple has on the everyday photographer, specifically the new M1 Ultra. Tyler Stalman has a great video discussing the new M1 chip, testing it with Lightroom, Capture One, Resolve, and more. Check it out!
Practically every photographer understands the use and practicality of a 24-70mm lens, especially when adding an f/2.8 aperture. Park Cameras did an excellent video discussing the possibility of the lens and its versatility. Whether it’s landscapes, portraits, street photography, or product shots, all of it can be done with the lens.
Stephen Kampff has an excellent article on the new Apple displays and their relation to photography on fstoppers. Kampff discusses the popularity of Apple in the creative world and the M1 chip’s current power, hypothesizing that we’ll start to notice more Mac-based industry standards. To read Kampff’s article on the new Apple displays, click on…
Pye Jirsa at the SLR Lounge wrote a nice piece explaining some creative accessories you can use when the background of a scene isn’t very appealing. His article is more specific to wedding photography but I think all of the accessories and techniques he describes in the article can be applied in just about any…
Someone used the link at the top of this website to recommend this video by Duade Paton. I just got done watching the video and it is excellent. In it, Duade patiently explains how to test your lens for sharpness and how to use specific camera settings that will result in an image of the…
I’ve been meaning to buy a spotting scope for several years but it always seems something else demands my cash. This year might be the year and luckily, Nick Dale has a great article about spotting scopes on the website, Expert Photography where he examines the best on the market today. Jump directly to Nick’s…