The Photographic Eye’s latest discusses sharpness in photography. Sharpness is a useful asset in photography, but why do so many photographers get hung up about it?
This video from The Photographic Eye is about achieving photographic success with systems; creating a habit to change your photos for the better. If you’re tired of feeling stuck in your photography and not making progress, this video is for you.
The Photographic Eye looks at some of the dark secrets of the photography world. Whether you’re a professional photographer or just a passionate hobbyist, you won’t want to miss this video.
Pierre T. Lambert has a video that discusses the top three things to buy to improve your photography. Considering we’re all searching for ways to improve our photography, videos like this are useful, especially if you’re a beginner.
Katelyn James has a video highlighting some secrets to creative family posing with family photography. It discusses various critical points within the subject and some vital points to know.
The Photographic Eye recently discussed the most powerful composition tool in photography. The video discusses the use of framing in your photos to give them more depth and interest.
The Photographic Eye’s latest video highlights the importance of training your mind to see photos everywhere. Using the three techniques discussed in the video daily will help you grow as a photographer, even when you don’t have access to a camera.
As said by The Photographic Eye, if you want more people to appreciate your images, you can’t break this photography rule in your photos.
The Photographic Eye’s creative passion for photography is what drove them to a breaking point. The video discusses the idea of having an obsessed passion can lead to a point of mental anguish.
Can’t get enough of these videos from The Photographic Eye, with the latest focusing on why it’s imperative for you to grow as a photographer. As obvious as it may seem, sometimes photographers need a reminder.
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 Photographic Eye has a video detailing a specific method to try out, causing you to have amazing photos. The video claims if you’re stuck for ideas for things to photograph, then looking at everyday objects in a different way will WAKE up your photography.
The Photographic Eye has a video on how a quote by Ernst Haas removed so many barriers to their creative process. Today, they hope it will do the same for you.
Here, photographer Nigel Danson talks about five essential photography skills that every photographer needs to master. For more articles and videos on Landscape Photography, CLICK HERE. For more articles and videos for beginners, CLICK HERE.
Roman Fox has a video that discusses the idea of street photography somewhere new. Fox highlights eight tips for better photos while mentioning the importance of shooting a new setting for your street photography. CHAPTERS 00:22 – Be Present 02:02 – Get Your Bearings 04:09 – Remove Distractions 05:37 – How Do People React 07:53…
The Photographic Eye has yet another great video, this time highlighting if you want people to notice your photos. Specifically, how can you change things up in your photos, so people will find them interesting?
The Photographic Eye has a great video that discusses the importance of using motion blur in photography. In the video, they share some simple techniques you can use as you experiment with learning the creativity of motion blur. Chapters 00:00 Why motion blur is great 02:47 Panning and shutter drag 04:27 How much motion blur…
The idea to make your images stand out is a common question many photographers have a challenge to perfect. Nevertheless, The Photographic Eye has a video that teaches you four skills that’ll take your images to the next level. Check it out!
The Photographic Eye has a video discussing 6 life lessons for all photographers. The video discusses photography advice they’d give to their 18-year-old self just starting out as a photographer. If you could go back in time, knowing what you know now, what would you tell yourself? Chapters 00:00 Intro 00:17 No One Cares About…
Mads Peter Iversen has a video discussing summer photography and the struggle of landscape photography during these months. During May both dandelions and the rapeseed/canola bloom, which changes the landscape from boring post-winter to flourishing summer rural landscapes. Getting to like this kind of photography has changed quite a lot, making it the best to…