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 week’s episode, Mark Denney discusses beginner landscape photography habits they quit that had the biggest improvement in their photography.
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…
Making pictures is so simple, but man, it’s hard to master. To help, First Man Photography put together a list of five great tricks to turn your everyday photography into epic, awe-inspiring photos.
Pierre T. Lambert has an excellent video giving some honest thoughts on the Fuji X100 V. It’s a great little camera, check it out! **As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases
Pierre T. Lambert’s latest focuses on the Leica Q2 debate, highlighting the specifics of the camera and if it’s worth it. Check it out! **As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases
Todd Dominey changed one thing about their approach to photography, and it has changed the way they find subjects. In this video, Dominey shares an image illustrating how this one photography tip has helped, plus an alternate version.
Join Adam on an exhilarating journey through the breathtaking landscapes of the Peak District as he overcomes challenges, shares inspiring stories, and discusses the path to photography fulfillment.
Pierre T. Lambert has an excellent video on what if you used the wrong lens for street photography? In this video, Lambert tries out a 24-105mm f/4-7.1 with the Canon R6 II. Check it out! Also, if you’re interested in Polaroid Cameras, read our article on the Top 5 Polaroid Cameras in 2023 here!
The activity in the forest is finally back, and many birds have returned. As a result, in this relaxing POV nature photography video, Olle Nilsson takes the A7IV + 200-600 G OSS out in the field to try and capture what they see. Check it out!
Laura BC discusses how to afford expensive photography gear in their latest video. Considering how vital photography gear is, a video like this is beneficial to know where to begin in the area.
Today we’re talking lenses and what First Man Photography considers their all-time favorites. The video discusses how these focal lengths can be useful and what you might use them for.
The Sony 50mm F1.4 GM is Taylor Jackson’s new 50mm lens for wedding photography. Join Taylor in Las Vegas at Not A Conference, Focal’s wedding photographer portfolio-building workshop.
As said in The Photographic Eye, it wasn’t until this photographer started using power words in photography that they really started to tap into their true potential as a photographer. Their images went from one-dimensional to being full of shape, form, texture, and depth.