Concert photography is a challenge and experience more photographers should dive into themselves, particularly when discussing mirrorless cameras for concerts. Regardless, Peter Neill has a video detailing what you should know about mirrorless cameras and using them in a concert setting.
Photographer Andrew S. Gibson has a great flower photography article on his website, The Creative Photographer where he outlines how to take closeups of flowers. To read Andrews’s Flower Photography article, click on the button below: For more articles and videos on macro photography, CLICK HERE. Photo above ©2022 Anthony Morganti
Antonio Leanza wrote a short article for the Picture Correct website, where he offers ten landscape photography tips. Access Antonio’s landscape photography article over on Picture Correct by clicking the button below: For more articles and videos on Landscape Photography, CLICK HERE. *Photo above ©2022 Anthony Morganti.
In this B&H Photo Video, landscape and astrophotographer Jess Santos shares her knowledge on how to combat light pollution. In the video, she explains the Bortle Scale, how to find locations, and what filters to use – great tips to help you with your photography! For more articles and videos on Landscape Photography, CLICK HERE.
I’m tooting my own horn again. Here is a video I just did that I think will benefit new Lightroom users. In it, I go over 5 hidden features of Lightroom that I find to be very useful. I think you’ll find them useful too. For more articles and videos on Lightroom, CLICK HERE.
Though the headline is extremely subjective, Tom Buck has an excellent Sony FX3 review on YouTube. Buck discusses how the FX3 has unexpectedly become their main camera since they bought it in late 2021. Check it out!
Landscape photography and mindfulness are a natural combination, making it the ultimate satisfaction when pursuing a landscape shot. James Hines Photo has a video detailing the two, discussing how mindfulness is here to improve our photography.
Park Cameras has a great video on our love of a 50mm lens and its overall versatility. The video details how this lens gives us the chance to try out some shallow depth of field, offering everything you could want in a lens. Check it out!
Underexposure is an annoyance every photographer deals with at some point in their life, with many searching for the ultimate how to fix underexposed photos guide. Thankfully, software like Photoshop is here to save the day when those accidents occur. Nevertheless, Christian Möhrle has a video detailing how to recover an underexposed raw photo within…
Landscape photography composition is extremely important in landscape photography. Whether you’re talking about wedding photography, a selfie, or an abstract shot, all of it predicates composition. With this in mind, Chris Sale has a video detailing composition in landscape photography and how understanding it better will give you a great foundation to build your photography…
Here is an interesting video by Vincent Perry Jr. In it, he talks about a fashion photography photo shoot he recently did in black and white. Along the way, he talks about the attributes of black and white portrait/fashion photography and how it appeals to him. For more fashion photography articles and videos, CLICK HERE.
One of my favorite YouTube channels is Alex Kilbee’s channel, The Photographic Eye. This video is a prime example – in it, Alex offers up 9-tips to improve your pictures and photography. For more articles and videos for beginners, CLICK HERE.
In this video on Taylor Jackson’s YouTube channel, Lindsay Coulter is talking about how she earns extra money each year, with her photography, by doing mini-sessions. Or, as she calls them, Spring Seasonal Sessions. For more articles and videos on the business side of photography, CLICK HERE.
No one can deny the essential nature of Lightroom Classic in the world of photography, especially with its ability to remove photo distortion among other things. Serge Ramelli has a video detailing the process of removing distortion in your photos and two secrets to get it done easily with Lightroom Classic. Check it out!
Who doesn’t love hot takes in the world of unpopular photography opinions? With this in mind, First Man Photography argues some of the claims are because they’re what they deem as “stupid and wrong” whereas a couple may be unpopular because they’re addressing an uncomfortable truth.
Steve Perry is probably my favorite wildlife photography teacher on YouTube. In this video, he reviews Nikon’s new 800mm f6.3 lens for the Z-System. As you’ll see in the video, Steve is very impressed with the lens. I already preordered mine. If you’re interested in more articles and videos on Wildlife Photography, CLICK HERE. *Lens…
There is something extremely satisfying with what we deem as an older look, specifically when discussing light modifiers for an old Hollywood look. Nevertheless, Adorama recently made a video detailing the timeless Old Hollywood imagery and how to achieve that style nowadays.
This is a nice video by Kevin Nordstrom where he talks about ten different mistakes he’s made over the years regarding his wildlife photography. Here is what he has to say about it: We All have regrets in life. Photography is no different. Today I spill my biggest regrets in wildlife and nature photography over the…
Here is a great video by Wildlife Photographer Tin Man Lee. In it, he talks about the 7 biggest photography mistakes every beginning photographer makes and should learn to avoid. He calls them the 7-L’s of photography. For more articles and videos for beginners, CLICK HERE.
Kent Dufault wrote a short article for the Picture Correct website, where he offers several tips for candid street photography. Please understand that candid street photography, that is taking photos of people on the street without their knowledge, is a controversial subject. Kent doesn’t address that in this article. Access Kent’s street photography article over…