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!
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!
Allison Anderson has an excellent video detailing some photography mistakes she used to make. Check it out, especially if you’re a beginner! 00:00 Intro 00:41 Meow 01:02 Mistake 1 02:11 Mistake 2 05:38 Mistake 3 07:00 Mistake 4
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.
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.
Many photographers only look to shoot with perfect conditions, even though dull conditions shouldn’t be avoided in photography. In this video, Nigel Danson explains how to get the most out of any grey day.
You can take great photos using full auto mode on your camera, meaning you don’t have to use manual. Watch this video from Nigel Danson as they explain why and a camera setting that could improve your photography.
In this video from COOPH, Heather Schmaedeke explains how to get the best street photos. Follow the COOPH World Photography Day Contest 2022 winner as she shows you around Berlin. Heather shows how she sets up her equipment to get the best of night shooting, different light conditions, and changeable weather.
In this video, Adam Gibbs shows several photo examples they’ve used minimal editing to create contrast and depth. It’s a great demonstration of simple processing that’ll elevate your photography.
Tomorrows Filmmakers has a video highlighting ten photography secrets you need to know, with the secrets ranging from gear to education. Give it a viewing and see if it discusses anything you didn’t know. Chapters 0:00 – Brand New Photo Cinema Course 1:10 – Know Your Gear 2:11 – Depth 3:32 – Lighting 4:22 –…
Pricing your photography is a challenging task not every person knows what to do, with some looking to experts on what they should do. With this in mind, David Bergman has a video on Adorama discussing some basics of pricing your photography including talking about money, working for low rates, and more.
In this video, Mike Smith offers up seven practical photography tips that will help you become a better photographer. For more articles and videos for beginners, CLICK HERE.
Paul from Photo Genius just posted a nice video, for beginners, that explains how the camera’s light meter works and more importantly, how to use it and make it work for you! For more articles and videos for beginners, CLICK HERE.
Here is a nice relaxing video from Henry Turner where he talks about why many of us aren’t seeing any improvement in our photographs. For more articles and videos on Landscape Photography, CLICK HERE.
If you’re interested in 35mm film photography but don’t know the first thing about it, this video by the photographer Jordan Xavr is for you! In it, Jordan explains the basics of film photography including cameras, lenses, and film. Jordan’s channel seems to be a bit new. Why don’t you show him support by subscribing…
Pye Jirsa at the SLR Lounge wrote a nice piece explaining some creative accessories you can use when the background of a scene isn’t very appealing. His article is more specific to wedding photography but I think all of the accessories and techniques he describes in the article can be applied in just about any…