The channel graincheck has an interesting video showcasing one month of black and white film photography, meaning they’re 1/12th of the way to completing a full year of film photography on the year. Check it out!
Matti Haapoja details their favorite new lens in 2022. The video details the Sirui 35mm Anarmophic lens for full-frame cameras, claiming the lens that’s very different from any other lenses they use.
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!
In this video, Roman Fox discusses some photography advice that isn’t often talked about, even though it can make a big difference. The photos and videos are also all from the Fuji XH2s.
This video highlights six life lessons of photography from Evan Ranft. It discusses the importance of growing as a photographer and the life lessons that come with it.
In this video, Samuel Streetlife talks about their street photography philosophy and how they fell in love with their hometown, Hamburg, again. It’s a great video, especially if you enjoy the deeper meaning of photography and the notion of taking pictures to preserve.
Kai W reviews the Sony FX30, a camera deemed as being more, for less. The video highlights the important features of the camera, such as its function, primary use, sensor, and more.
Faizal Westcott has an amazing video showcasing a day of street photography in Lisbon with the Ricoh GR IIIx. Lisbon is Portugal’s hilly, coastal capital city featuring the old pastel-colored buildings, Tagus Estuary, and Ponte 25 de Abril suspension bridge.
GxAce has a video discussing the Sirui 35mm 1.8 Anamorphic lens, which is the most anamorphic-looking lens of all the new anamorphic on the market by far. The video takes a look at what makes it so cool.
Kai W has an excellent street photography hands-on video featuring the Fujifilm X-H2. It discusses what you should know about the camera, specifically in a street photography setting.
KingJvpes has a video detailing the Fujifilm 18mm f2, a highly controversial FujiFilm lens with many fuji shooters either in love or in absolute disgust. The lens is years old now, with KingJvpes taking it to the streets of San Francisco to do some POV Street photography.
Street photography is typically associated with large cities, such as New York City, London, Tokyo, and countless others. With this in mind, Roman Fox has a great video highlighting tips for street photography in a small town.
KingJvpes has a video discussing some essential street photography tips no one talks about. The video highlights the importance of building street confidence and how to improve your craft.
Kim Grant heads out to a location that’s been calling her back for weeks. She talks about how the best photographers follow their intuition when deciding what to photograph. 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.
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…
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.
In this video from Wex Photo Video, photographer Paul Sanders explains how he uses photography as a therapeutic tool. For more articles and videos on Mindfulness in Photography, CLICK HERE.
In this video, Andrew of Andrew Lanxon Photography offers up some lighting, focus, and composition tips when doing macro photography. For more articles and videos about Macro Photography, CLICK HERE.
Evan Ranft has a great video discussing how much it costs to publish a photography book. For those unaware, having an excellent physical medium to showcase your work is a great way to get the most out of your photographic endeavor.