Like any other art form, photography has a way of taking the artist in areas they probably wouldn’t be involved in otherwise. Peter McKinnon has an excellent video highlighting the matter, discussing the notion of where photography takes you.
Peter McKinnon is known as one of the most popular photographers on YouTube, with his latest video focusing on product photography. If you’re interested in learning what McKinnon refers to as the easiest trick in product photography, check it out!
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.
If you’re interested in taking up film photography, here is a great beginner’s video on the YouTube Channel, Ruminate. I’m not sure of the person’s name that is in the video, but he explains what you need to know if you’re thinking of shooting film. For more articles and videos on film photography, CLICK HERE.
I’ve been experimenting with different types of lighting for my Macro Photography. This is a video by Andrew Lanxon Photography where he explains the difference between a constant source – an LED light, and a flash. One might be better for some situations over the other. For more articles and videos about Macro Photography, CLICK…
This is an interesting video from Peter McKinnon where he sits down and talks to Toronto-based photographer Peter Andrew. In it Peter talks about his Canadian Penny NFT project and along the way, he talks about how to make money in photography, how to shoot with a white background, and how to do focus stacking….
If you’re interested in doing macro photography, have I got the video for you! Micael Widell, a photographer I’ve showcased on my website, Online Photography Training has just posted a video, Beginner Introduction to Macro Photography – Complete Tutorial. In this video, Micael talk about everything you’ll need for macro photography including gear and settings.