Simon d’Entremont has a great video discussing how to get great photos, even in terrible light. Check it out!
In this video, Simon d’Entremont shows you how to set up and start using a brand-new camera, even if you’re new to photography. Check it out!
Simon d’Entremont’s latest discusses how to photograph in the bright mid-day sun. Considering how imperative it is to be flexible in photography, videos like this are very beneficial. Check it out!
Simon d’Entremont is a professional wildlife and nature photographer from Eastern Canada. This video will reveal composition mistakes photographers make and how to avoid them! Check it out!
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!
In this episode, Pat Kay talks about all the photography basics in just 10 minutes, aimed at photography beginners. If you’re looking for the fastest photography basics tutorial to get your learning about the exposure triangle done and dusted, look no further.
Welcome to the first episode of a new series called Beginners Guide from Pat Kay! This new series aims to demystify and streamline creative skills for the new content creator. In this first episode, Kay talks about all the photography basics in just 10 minutes. If you’re looking for the fastest photography basics tutorial to…
Want to learn how to shoot in manual mode with your camera? In ten minutes? Watch this video from Hyun Ralph Jeong.
While there are many ways to learn photography, there are also so many dead ends and potential rabbit holes you might waste your time on. In this video, Pat Kay outlines 20 essential photography tips for beginner photographers to help you get good quickly and give you the right fundamentals to work on.
While there are so many ways to learn photography, there are also so many dead ends and potential rabbit holes you might waste your time on. In this video, Pat Kay outlines 20 essential photography tips for beginner photographers to help you get good quickly and give you the right fundamentals to work on.
Mike Gray has a video detailing how to properly use strobe lighting in photography. The video is great for getting more out of this particular setup in a photography setting.
Shane talks about the work of Harold Feinstein, often regarded as a street photography genius whose work is unknown outside of the photo world. They’re proud to feature his work in issue 03 of their street photography magazine in collaboration with the Harold Feinstein Trust, alongside the brilliant photography of Niall McDiarmid, Jeremy Paige, Holly-Marie…
Kyle McDougall has an updated video sharing some photography trips to Dartmoor and the Lake District, focusing on a three-month break from photography, and two essential lessons they were reminded of.
The Photographic Eye has yet another great video, highlighting mood in photography. As said in the video, using mood to create an atmosphere in your photography can be an effective and compelling way to draw the viewer into your photo.
The question of whether better photography equipment makes you a better photographer is an age-old question that’s been around for years. With this in mind, check out Photography Online’s video discussing the topic.
AOWS believes that taking pictures every day is one of the best ways to improve as a photographer. It focuses on the notion of a daily photography habit and how it benefits you as an artist.
Photography trips are an exciting endeavor for any photographer to pursue. Aows has a video discussing how their photography trips are pretty chaotic, as they adapt to the conditions and go with the light. Furthermore, the video discusses a system to choose where to go, and when.
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.
Aows recently did a video discussing the idea of photography within feet of your bed. The video discusses how nature was the reason why they got started with photography, and for a long time, they only made images when they were out in beautiful landscapes. It took them a long time to realize that art…