5 YouTube Channels to Help You Improve Your Photography Skills
As a photographer, it's always a good idea to keep learning and improving your skills. Watching educational and inspiring videos on YouTube is a great way to do this. In this blog post, I want to share five YouTube channels that have helped me improve my photography skills. These channels cover a wide range of topics, from outdoor photography to filmmaking, and they all offer high-quality content that is perfect for photographers of all levels.
The Photographic Eye
The Photographic Eye is a fantastic channel for photographers who want to learn more about composition, lighting, and other technical aspects of photography. The presenter is knowledgeable and engaging, and the videos are well-produced and easy to follow. I have learned a lot from this channel, and I highly recommend it to anyone looking to improve their skills.
Omar Gonzalez Photography
Omar Gonzalez Photography is another great channel that I have found helpful. They have a lot of informative videos on outdoor photography, lighting, and gear reviews, and the presenter is both funny and engaging. I enjoy watching their videos and have learned much about outdoor photography from this channel.
The Art of Photography
The Art of Photography is a great channel to check out if you want inspiration and motivation. They have a lot of excellent content on photography philosophy, photo books, and high-end gear, and their videos always energise and motivate me. Whether a beginner or an experienced photographer, you will find something valuable in their videos.
For those who want to learn more about filmmaking as a photographer, I highly recommend Peter McKinnon. They have a wide range of videos on the topic, and the information is always presented clearly and concisely. Whether you are interested in video editing, lighting, or camera techniques, you will find something useful in their videos.
Finally, if you want to up your game in street and landscape photography, you should check out Roman Fox. They have some of the best tutorials on these topics, and their videos are always informative and well-produced. Whether you are just starting in street or landscape photography or looking to take your skills to the next level, you will find something valuable in their videos.
I hope you find these YouTube channels as helpful as I have! Let me know if you have any questions or if you want to recommend any other media.