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!
Thomas Heaton looks at a selection of photographs disqualified from various competitions over the years. Some photographs were not intentionally trying to mislead the judges, and some were blatantly cheating. Check it out!
Tatiana Hopper has an excellent video on the power of motion and blur, particularly in a street photography setting. Check it out! Video Breakdown 00:00 Intro 01:41 From Economy to Photography 04:53 Motion & Blur With Meaning 07:40 Rewriting Beauty 08:25 Gentlebands Segment 10:28 Rewriting Beauty II 11:50 Outro
In this week’s episode, Mark Denney discusses a priceless photography skill you can’t afford to overlook as the benefits of this are game-changing. 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!
In this week’s episode, Mark Denney discusses undeniable photography advice all beginners ignore. This is a video Denney’s wanted to put together for quite a while now, all about the advice he heard early on that he completely disregarded. Check it out!
These 7 photography tips from Nigel Danson are simple to follow and will significantly impact the quality of your photography. Check it out!
Today, Ian Worth visits a misty woodland and shares his lightweight camera setup for outdoor photography, long hikes, and camping trips. 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 video, Steve Carty dropped the BEST Photography Advice they’ve been given throughout their career by Master Photography Professors, Senior Art Directors, Photo Editors, Creative Consultants, and by other respected Photographers.
Eastern Greenland blew Mads Peter Iversen’s mind. As a landscape photographer, Iversen thought they had a decent idea about where the most epic landscapes in the world are, but didn’t know that Eastern Greenland offered this much.
In this video, Laura BC shows you the best way to learn photography by yourself! 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.
How many times have you been on a photography trip, and come back wishing you’d done something differently? Check out this video from Nigel Danson that discusses how to ensure you get good photos.
In this video, Steve Perry explores exactly what happens when you use a higher, lower, or eye-level perspective (an example in the middle of the video will instantly make you a believer). Check it out!
Film photography in Svalbard with the Hasselblad X-Pan film camera. In this video, Thomas Heaton spends ten days sailing around Svalbard on the Polar Pioneer in search of landscape photography and Polar Bears.
When Thomas Heaton first used the Nikon Z8, he said that he’d probably stick with the Nikon Z7 II. Since that comment, Heaton has had the opportunity to spend some proper time with the Z8 and has changed his mind and will be buying the Z8.