Today Willem Verbeeck heads north to photograph some winter scenes in California with their Mamiya 7 Medium Format Camera. Check it out!
Hopper has an excellent video on learning photography with Mary Allen Mark. Mark was an American photographer known for her photojournalism, documentary photography, portraiture, and advertising photography. 00:00 Intro 01:14 On the Lookout 05:39 Much of Life is Luck 07:56 What is success? 10:09 Conclusion
In today’s video, William Verbeeck shares some photography gear they picked up in 2022, that they’re excited to use throughout the new year. Check it out!
T Hopper’s latest focuses on the future of photography. The video asks questions such as: What type of cameras will we be photographing with? Are photobooks a thing of the past? Will exhibitions still be the same?
As the year is wrapping up, it’s helpful to look at inspirational photography projects from the last 12 months. Willem Verbeeck has a great video highlighting photography projects that inspired them. Check it out!
In this video, Sean Tucker shares thoughts about choosing your focal length in street photography. Tucker’s focal length journey took them from 85mm, to 50mm, to 35mm, to 28mm, and each had something to teach Tucker as they worked to take better images on the street.
Here are three must-know tips for better street photography! Whether you’re shooting on a Fuji setup with your x100v or X-E4 or a Leica M6, these tips can apply for beginners wondering how to shoot street or for the more experienced folks looking for better compositions. Check it out from Chris Chu.
After 20 years, they’re bringing the Leica M6 back into production. It’s incredible they stayed true to the classic m6 design, but with a few modern updates. It’s beautiful! Check out this video from Joe Greer discussing the camera.
Welcome to another episode from T. Hopper, this time exploring the work of Alex Webb, talking about personal growth, the language of photography, personal growth, and more. Check it out!
Hopper has a video discussing Saul Leiter. The video focuses on exploring a book titled “The Unseen Photography of Saul Leiter” and ideas such as texture, color, and perspective in photography, as well as what happens when a photo becomes more.
In episode one of SHOW & TELL, The Bald Truth, writer and photographer Stephen Leslie looks at one of his favorite photos by the great NY photographer Louis Faurer and uses this as a springboard to discuss the much-ignored subject of baldness in photography in street photography in particular.
Welcome back to another video from T. Hopper, this time around to discuss the painting of master Edward Hopper and, of course, to take lessons from his work. Edward Hopper was an American realist painter and printmaker.
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…
Chris Chu has a video highlighting the best film camera settings for street photography. Chu feels there are only three settings you need to memorize, and switches back and forth between a 28mm and a 35mm lens with an M6 in the video. 0:00 – 0:50: Bird Intro 0:51 – 2:05: What Film Stock I…
Jason Vong recently challenged themselves to only use a 35mm lens for travel photography. The video is a great highlight of how some lens fit a particular photography style better than others. Check it out! Chapters 00:00 What 35mm am I Using? 00:56 For APS-C Users 01:09 35mm is a Fantastic Travel Lens 02:00 35mm…
Doriyan Coleman recently posted a very informative street photography video – should you use a 28mm lens or a 35mm for street photography? He addresses the pros and cons of each in this video. For more articles and videos on Street Photography, CLICK HERE. Doriyan has an older video comparing a 35mm or a 50mm for…
Vuhlandes has a great video on something every photographer should try. Without spoiling the video, it’s extremely useful to analyze videos like this to see what some of the best photographers recommend doing. Check it out!
Wayne Turner has a nice article on Picture Correct that goes over some Character Portrait Photography Tips & Techniques. Character portraits can apply to environmental photography and lifestyle photography. It is simply a type of photography about a person that should convey that person’s personality – not only through their face but also through their…