Review: Street Photography With Nick Turpin (YouTube Channel)

The internet is great. It has allowed us to easily access information and develop our skills. Theres no bigger provider of free education than YouTube. Nick Turpin, a street photographer with over 20 years experience has jumped on the digital bandwagon and started a new channel.

The EUs New Copyright Laws Should Come to the USA ASAP to Protect Photographers

News coming out of the European Union today is that 19 of the partnering nations have agreed to enact new copyright laws that will bring copyright issues into the 21st century. While the bill has been heavily opposed by many across the pond and beyond, the new laws will hopefully help protect those of us who create images and content from greedy corporations who feel like they can just take as they please.

Youre Saying the Word Bokeh Wrong, Same with ISO!

Have you ever been in a conversation with another photographer and you both end up trying to correct each other over the correct pronunciation of certain photography words and names? I know I have, and i'm sure that i'm not the only one.

This Terrible History of Photographs Skit Will Make you Laugh out Loud

We all take photography pretty seriously, but sometimes we just need to take a step back and look at the lighter side of the art. Glove and Boots, a YouTube channel which is filled with adorable puppets just released a video that explores the terrible history of photographs, and it will have you in stitches.

A Warming Lens Filter vs a Warm Filter in Photoshop Which is Better?

There's no doubt about the fact that programs like Lightroom, Capture One, and Photoshop have changed the photography world, but are the changes always for the better? The guys over at NegativeFeedback recently started applying a warming filter to their images in Photoshop, and for the most part the effect was liked.

How to use Positive and Negative Space to Improve Photo Composition

Photo composition is one of the very first things what all budding photographers need to get a firm understanding of. You can learn how to shoot in manual mode, but if you never develop the ability to compose a shot, learn about the rule of thirds and other composition skills you're not going to get far.

Can 24mm Prime Lenses be Used for Street Photography Successfully?

Many photographers will tell you that the ideal prime lenses for street photography are 35mm lenses, 40mm lenses, and the trusty 50mm lens. These three lenses are considered to be perfect for street photography because they closely replicate what the human eye sees naturally.

Three Photographer Moms Tell Us What They Want for Mothers Day 2018

I'm of the personal and strong belief that whomever the mother figure in your life is, you should find a way to always be thankful and appreciative of what they've done for you. We shouldn't necessarily dedicate a single day to our moms, but if we didn't then the economy and the retail industry wouldn't be able to find a way to give us all access to some killer deals and sales.

Dont Focus on the Money, Focus on YOUR Passion

Now, this isnt exactly 100% photography related because it has to do mainly with Youtubes new monetization scheme which basically means that most low subscriber (sub-1000) and low watch hour (sub 4000 hours) will no longer be able to monetize their videos.

Inside the Photographers Mind Airs Today at 6pm EST on AdoramaTV!

Today, the second episode of Inside the Photographer's Mind airs. You'll be able to catch it live on Adorama TV at 6pm EST. You can attend the show live for free via EventBrite. As a refresher, Inside the Photographer's Mind is an extension of the interviews that we do on the website--bringing into the world our chats with photographers about how and why they create the photos that they do.

So, This Is What A 1D X MK II Looks Like On The Inside

Have you ever wondered what the inside of your camera looks like? Most of us have likely wondered, or at least thought about this at some point during our personal photography journies. But few have likely ever take the risk of actually going so far as to take the camera apart to do have a look.

Create Outstanding Timelapse Photography with These Helpful Tips

Ever wanted to venture into making timelapses but don't know where to begin? This video tutorial by VIC VideopIC has some 10 tips that should help you get started with this exciting genre, or allow you to create better ones if you think you can do better.

Are Long Telephoto Lenses For Shooting Landscapes? You Bet

When many of you think about landscapes and specifically photographing them you probably think about standard to wide angle lenses. This is not an illogical thing to think, a lens that allows for a wider frame of view will allow for a larger landscape to be captured.

Introducing: Inside the Photographers Mind with Chris Gampat on Adorama TV

Photography has two sides to it: capturing and creating. Some photographers lean in one direction over the other while others can balance the two. On December 6th 2017, The Phoblographer, Madavor Media and Adorama TV invite you to join Chris Gampat as he speaks with established professional photographers and up-and-comers alike from various backgrounds and explain their thought processes behind their images while connecting the technical and artistic sides of their brain in the creative process.

The ReEdit: Creating Better Portraits of a Violinist

In this episode of the ReEdit, I dove back into my archive of about a year to edit photos from a session that I really loved. This session was with Anna, a local violinist here in NYC and it involved using the backdrop of New York for the photos.

How to Get Your Adobe Lightroom Presets into Lightroom Mobile

One of the biggest problems with Adobe Lightroom Mobile is the fact that you can't import your desktop presets into the mobile app. So that means that if you're using a lot of VSCO, Mastin or other presets then you'll need to edit the image on your computer.

5 Inspiring Videos Featuring Canons Explorers of Light Photographers

Canon have added 5 new videos to their Explorers of Light showcase series, in which members of their pro team discuss their careers and their passion for photography. Established in the mid-90s, Canons Explorers of Light team comprises dozens of highly skilled professional photographers and cinematographers, representing a wide range of specialties and styles. Michael […]

See How this Clever Stop-Motion Film Was Made with Real People

Pixilation is stop-motion created using real people, and this quirky dance video from animation studio Frame Order is a brilliant example of the technique. Now, the studio has released a behind-the-scenes video, giving us a look at how the creative video was shot.

How to Create When Youre Just Not Feeling It

Its not uncommon in any field to find yourself in a creative rut at some point. In this 10-minute video, photographer Sean Tucker discusses how he overcomes his main sticking points, and keeps creating new work week-in and week-out.

How to Prep Your Photos for Print in Photoshop

If you have never printed your own work before, you might not know that some careful preparation is needed to make sure the colors in your print match what you see on your screen. This 20-minute video from photographer Michael Woloszynowicz will teach you how to print your images with confidence. Getting an accurate print […]

An Introduction to Astrophotography: Shooting Stars for Beginners

Shooting the night sky can produce amazing images of endless starry skies, but it can be challenging to those used to working with plenty of light. This 15-minute beginners guide from Josh Katz teaches the key elements of astrophotography, and how to capture the sky even in sub-optimal conditions. Katz explains the equipment that you […]

Instagram is the Worst App for Young Peoples Mental Health

Instagram is the most likely social media platform to cause teenagers to feel depressed, anxious, lonely, and with low body confidence. That’s according to a newly published study by the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) in the UK.

How to Shoot Professional Portraits Using 3-Point Lighting

This handy 7-minute lighting guide from Aussie music photographer PJ Pantelis shows how you can use 2 lights and a reflector to create a professionally-lit headshot. Even if youre not shooting portraits, the video is a great tutorial on working with light.

Dont Forget to Tell a Story

Its easy to obsess over gear. We all love new toys, and its natural to lust over that hot new mirrorless camera or convince yourself that a lens upgrade is going to take your photos to the next level.

A Digital Photographer Tries Large Format for the First Time

This lovely video from photographer Thomas Heaton sees him heading out in to the wilderness with his tent and an Intrepid 4×5 to try large format photography for the first time. The joy and the difficulty inherent in shooting large format is evident as Heaton scouts out his location, seeking the perfect composition over the […]

White vs Gold Reflectors: How They Work for Portrait Photography

If you're a natural light portrait photographer, then I simply cannot express to you how much a reflector can help you create better portraits. They're so incredibly versatile--being able to reflect light of certain colors into a scene or even diffuse light as you see it coming into the scene.

Question: Does Film Taste Affect the Quality of the Film?

I know. . . this is a very odd question. To be honest too, I don't think that I'd ever sit there and lick a roll of film no matter how smitten I am with well exposed Portra 400. But the folks over at Not Another Gear Review decided "Screw it, why not?" Yes, they decided to see if the taste of a piece of a film affects the image quality in any way, shape or form.

U.S. Nuclear Bomb Test Footage is Now On YouTube

Between 1945 and 1962, the United States conducted 210 atmospheric nuclear bomb tests. For each of those tests, the government used multiple cameras filming at 2,400 frames per second to document things.

Kate Hooks Creative Portraiture with Lomography LomoChrome Purple

Photographer Kate Hook was always into film photography--it stems from when she was really young. When she went to college, her friends never understood film and how to use it. But like a number of us millenials, Kate grew up in a world that started out with film, then went digital and is now going back to film.

This Simple One Light Overhead Setup Makes for Dramatic Portraits

We’re crazy about great one-light portraits, and fashion and portrait photographer Jeff Rojas is an expert at creating and honing these minimalist setups. In his latest video, he shows you how a single light placed above your subject makes for beautiful portraits in both color and black and white. “The properties of light are going […]

Wanderlust 4K is an Inspirational New Travel Show for Photographers

Photo lovers and travel enthusiasts looking for a new show to provide some inspiration, listen up. Photographers and YouTubers Tony and Chelsea Northrup have just debuted a new web series called Wanderlust 4K, a show dedicated to inspiring the travel photographer in all of us.

A 3-Part Guide to Nailing Exposure In-Camera

Shooting RAW gives you a lot of latitude to make exposure adjustments in post, but its still vital to understand how to correctly expose a scene to avoid clipping highlights and destroying shadows. This 3-part series from photographer Greg Benz will teach you everything you need to know to get the shot. The first part is […]

Casey Neistat and His Beme App Just Got Acquired by CNN for $25 Million

Last week, we told you that Casey Neistat was saying goodbye to his hugely popular daily vlog. Today, we found out what he’s planning to do next. Neistat’s new home will be the cable news network CNN, which just acquired the 11-person team behind Neistat’s never-quite-took-off mobile video sharing app Beme for a reported $25 […]

This Dead YouTube Channel Has Seven Helpful Product Photo Tutorials

Want to learn about product photography editing techniques? A small trove of helpful video tutorials has been found in an obscure YouTube channel that had previously gotten no attention. Reddit user Falafalfeelings stumbled upon the YouTube channel Christina Kramer’s Crazy Photoshop Video Tutorials while researching how to do a certain product photo technique. “Found the […]

Photography Classes: An Argument For Paid Learning In a Free Web

Let's be very honest there: you absolutely do not need to take classes or many tutorials that you need to pay for to learn the basics and a little bit more about photography--but photography classes do something for you that being behind a screen in a dark office at home can't do for you.

7 Photoshop Tricks That Are Hidden in Plain Sight

Adobes Photoshop is such a complex piece of software that even professionals find new features and settings every now and then. This 7-minute video from Colin Smith of PhotoshopCAFE explores 7 Photoshop tricks that may be new to you even if you’ve been using PS for a long time. 1. Tab Information When you have […]

A Beginners Guide to Creating Black & White Photos in Lightroom

Here’s a 15-minute video tutorial from photographer Nathaniel Dodson that’ll help you learn how to create the perfect black and white image using only Lightroom. Although titled as “3 great ways to create black and white photos,” this tutorial demonstrates 2 different methods for converting the images in Lightroom, with a third segment showing the […]

Macro Photography on a Budget: A Quick and Easy Beginners Guide

Macro photography can be incredibly expensive, but as British photographer Adam Kappa shows in this video, it doesn’t have to be. In 7 minutes, Kappa demonstrates how to produce impressive macro shots using kit lenses, extension tubes, and a flash diffuser crafted from a Chinese takeout container. The video is a year old at this […]

Quick Tip: Three Ways to Hack Your Crappy Kit Lens

The kit lens that comes with most consumer-grade and entry-level DSLRsthe infamous 18-55mm f/3. 5-5. 6isn’t exactly anybody’s “go-to” lens. It’s far from useless thoughhere are three simple “hacks” that’ll help you squeeze a bit more performance out of your kit lens.