This video from Tatiana Hopper highlights four exhibitions that changed photography forever. Whether you’re new to photography or have been in the field for years, exhibitions are vital for inspiration and learning more about the art.
Check out this KingJvpes video featuring a rainy NYC Street Photography POV with their Leica m6 and Portra 400! In this video, they take you to the streets of New York City and shoot some street photography.
Lighting is one of the most powerful tools when it comes to photography, but how can you harness its power for your next photoshoot? Check out this video from North Borders that discusses why you shouldn’t take another photo until you watch this!
These 7 photography tips from Nigel Danson are simple to follow and will significantly impact the quality of your photography. Check it out!
Faizal Westcott’s latest features street photography in Indonesia with the Fuji X-T5. This is Westcott’s first time in Indonesia in seven years, so check it out!
This video features Lucy Lumen’s first impressions of the street photography genre with a Nikon D7100. Lumen discusses the images, focal length, process, camera choice, the nerves of shooting on the street, and more!
Today, Ian Worth visits a misty woodland and shares his lightweight camera setup for outdoor photography, long hikes, and camping trips. Check it out!
In this week’s episode, Mark Denney discusses how most fall photographs edited in Lightroom can be improved with a simple change. Check it out!
Here are 7 things KingJvpes buys (not gear) that have helped them improve their photography over the years! Rather than spending money on new gear, some people find more value in putting their money towards other things that make them better photographers and help them grow.
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
This week, James Popsys is in Whitby and Robin Hood’s Bay with fellow photographer Roman Fox, talking about the only thing us photographers really need to do to achieve an effective photo. It’s not easy, but it’s simple.
Roman Fox details some unpopular photography advice regarding the necessity of being a versatile photographer. Rather than focus on one photography aspect, Fox feels it’s better to stretch your talents as best as possible.
What better way to start your Saturday than to learn about Fan Ho’s photography techniques for narrative photography, also known as storytelling, from Tatiana Hopper. Check it out!
Check out Anthony Morganti’s Ultimate Lightroom Classic Training. The course will not be available until September 20, 2023, at 12 noon EDT. By paying for the course today, you’ll save $30.00 off the regular price of $99.00. The course is divided up into sections. Each section contains all of the how-to videos, the Raw Files…
There’s lots of talk about the gear that beginner photographers need. Multiple cameras, dozens of lenses and hundreds of accessories all stuffed into the most expensive camera bag you’ve ever bought! In this video, James Popsys talks through the essentials for a beginner photographer, to turn it from a hobby into an obsession!
In this video, Anthony Morganti goes over the new features and improvements in the latest release of Topaz Labs Photo AI.
10 years ago, Chelsea & Tony Northrup made a 7-hour photography training DVD/BluRay series. A lot has changed in photography since then (you’ll see a lot of HDR in this video), but the fundamentals have stayed the same, and these lessons are still valid.
In this video, Simon d’Entremont shares with you the top six accessories that photographers should actually buy, but don’t. Check it out!
Check out this video from Faizal Westcott that details a day of photography in New York with the GR IIIx. It’s great!
In this video, Willem Verbeeck shares their first attempt at street photography with a 35mm Film Camera. Check it out!