Did social media ruin photography? First Man Photography has a video discussing the topic and what we can do to keep our love of this amazing art alive for many years to come.
Many photographers have made the claim that Instagram ruined photography over the years. Whether you agree or not, the Northrups’ have a great video discussing how the most popular photo app in the world appears to be turning its back on photographers, prioritizing video over photos, and charging users for views on their posts.
Every photographer has a query of wondering where photographers should post their photos in 2022. With this in mind, Mango Street has a video discussing the idea of Instagram, if it’s dead, and some pretty fatal mistakes Instagram has done over the last few years. Furthermore, they discuss where you may want to post next.
In this video, Alex Kilbee of The Photographic Eye talks about one of my favorites in the realm of portrait photography, Gregory Heisler. For more articles and videos on portrait photography, CLICK HERE.
In this video, Alex Kilbee of The Photographic Eye explains how the photographer Andy Gotts’s portrait photography allows the personality of his subjects to shine through. For more articles and videos on portrait photography, CLICK HERE.
William Johnston has a great article on Picture Correct talking about things you can do in-camera to create an image that is, as he puts it, eye-catching. He also talks about specific filters you could use that will help you achieve eye-catching photography. Check out Kent’s article on the Most Important Steps In Digital Photography…
Printique – They’re the photo lab department of Adorama, have a great collection of photoshoot hacks that you can accomplish for less than a Venti Espresso Macchiato – I’m not sure if that’s a thing – I just strung some coffee sounding words together. Anyway, I counted five different hacks and furthermore, it’s a quick…