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.
With a forecast for some extreme winter conditions, Thomas Heaton packed up their 4×4 camper van, grabbed a Nikon Z7 II, and headed to the far north of Scotland to indulge in some winter landscape photography.
Thomas Heaton takes their Hasselblad Xpan out on location for a landscape photography shoot with a roll of Kodak Portra 160 film. The conditions Heaton got were beautiful, and I hope you enjoy this landscape photography video.
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.
Landscape photography in Madeira with a hurricane out to sea. The conditions were challenging, but Thomas Heaton managed to capture some beautiful images of this rugged island. Heaton used a Nikon Z7II, a 24-70mm f4 lens, and a 100-400 lens.
A beginner’s guide to capturing amazing photos of Christmas lights at night or in low light. Photo Genius shares tips, camera settings, and more to get amazing low-light photos with your digital camera in a night photography situation.
Taylor Jackson has a video detailing how they became a professional photographer and video creator. Videos like this are great if you’re interested in going on a similar career path.
In today’s video, Thomas Heaton traveled to Madeira for landscape photography and to visit the Fanal Forest. Unfortunately, after only a few images, Heaton’s Nikon Z7II blew over in strong winds, and their 24-70mm f4 lens was broken. It turned out to be a good thing for Heaton’s photography as it forced Heaton to look…
As said by Adorama, can a corridor be a studio? Having a dedicated studio space is a luxury most portrait photographers don’t have, but how much room do you actually need? For example, is it possible to take studio-quality portraits in a random corridor no wider than a doorway? That’s the challenge portrait photographer Gavin…
Henry Turner has an excellent video where they brave the freezing temperatures in a camper van for landscape photography. You have to do what you have to do for the perfect shot.
A video fully dedicated to helping you become a freelance photographer in 2023 in the quickest way, even if you’re a beginner! After 10 years in London, Laura BC learned a lot through mistakes and the fastest ways to get clients and make it as a freelance photographer.
Thomas Heaton feels their photography home office was never that well designed, and with winter drawing in, they decided to take on the project and try to create the perfect home office for the landscape photographer.
Taylor Jackson discusses the canon R6 Mark II, claiming it will change your life. Last year’s Canon kit for wedding photography was a Canon R3 and Canon R6. This year, what will it be?
Jason Vong discusses a critical five minutes that’ll improve your photography. Tips for beginners in this world are always beneficial and worth highlighting. Check it out!
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.
These are simple things that all good photographers do that drastically improve their images; thankfully, they are effortless to copy. Nigel Danson has a video discussing the matter, highlighting seven skills good photographers have.
Shooting all day is long thought to be incredibly difficult for landscape photographers and landscape photography in general, but here, Nigel Danson shows you how to make the most of the perfect conditions all day long.
Being a photographer is a journey more than an endgame, with The Art of Photography discussing the specifics of the matter. It features some advice and examples of documenting your process.
A day of wedding photography with the new Sony A7RV from Taylor Jackson. Since it’s a brand new camera, Jackson used it in a more limited way throughout the day and used the Sony A7R4 as their primary camera. All the images in this video are from the Sony A7R5.
Nigel Dawson goes on a sunrise hike to shoot some waterfalls when a dramatic surprise happened, with some of the best light they’ve seen in quite some time!