How Does A Camera Work? A Photography Tutorial for Beginners.

The story of the camera started with Ibn al-haytham, the father of ophthalmlogy. He was a scientist, mathematician, and a doctor from golden age of muslim civilization. He was a keen observer. From his experiments, he explained that light travelled in a straight line, and he proved it by projecting an image to a surface Read more…

Cambodia Street Photography – Simon Taplin & Mike Browne

we’re going live we’re live at last boy that was hard work good morning from Cambodia good morning from Cambodia we are out here on the streets here we’re sorry if you’ve seen a few attempts for some reason the live stream kept failing good morning good morning good morning now we had a little Read more…

Artist and Activist Zackary Drucker on Trans Identity and Photography

aperture I think that it’s hard to know that you exist if there’s nothing representing you and reflecting you in the culture. With the trans and gender-nonconforming legacies photography has played an integral role to creating identities. As an artist and a photographer myself I felt the need to create images that I was not Read more…

Photography Tips: How to find the right camera settings – think like a photographer

hello all you lovely boys and girls out there in photography land this week only show you a little film where we’re gonna go through taking couple of images but I’m gonna explain what I’m thinking as I do it now cameras a marvelous piece of equipment but on their own they can’t do anything Read more…

Sunset Photography Tips with Mike Browne

sunsets and sunrises are definitely one of the most popular genres to photograph I know when I’m looking at images on Flickr snap there are thousands and thousands of them so I thought I’d take you out to one of my favorite sunset locations and just do a sunset shoot with you so you can Read more…

PHOTOGRAPHY BASICS!

I hope this doesn’t get copyrighted okay YouTube don’t copyright this, okay we’re talking about camera basics let’s go so there are three things that make up a photo Shutter speed, Aperture and ISO and if you remove anyone from your consideration its the photo might look bad okay so that’s why I’m doing this Read more…

Night Photography Tips (I blame Youtube Photographers)

today we’re talking about something that most photographers get wrong when it comes to night photography so one of the most common questions I get besides which camera do I use is what are my camera settings for night photos and do I use a tripod now just skimming to youtube videos almost every night Read more…

Landscape Photography | Conquering the Camera Settings

Hello and here we are again ready to shoot some landscape photography in today’s video what I thought I would do is spend this video talking a little bit more about landscape photography settings it’s something a lot of you asked me about a lot so today I will show you my process. Also today’s Read more…

THE BASICS OF PHOTOGRAPHY

Welcome to this basic introduction to photography. Today we’re going to be learning all the nuts and bolts of your camera and how to use those to take the best photographs possible, so let’s go ahead and get started. Now we’re gonna be answering a lot of questions in this course some of which are: Read more…

DSLR Pinhole Photography

A pinhole camera is basically a light-proof container that has a tiny little hole in it instead of a lens. Inside, you put some photo paper in there, which captures the image. And you develop the image in a darkroom. Now, if you don’t have access to a darkroom, like I don’t, and you want Read more…