A Guide to Processing Your Own Black and White Film

A Guide to Processing Your Own Black and White Film If you're just starting with film photography or are interested in it, processing your own film can seem a bit daunting, but it's really not that hard, especially with black and white film. Furthermore, it can be immensely satisfying. This great video will show you everything you need to get up and running as well as the entire procedure. [ Read More ]

How to Remove Large Objects in Photoshop

How to Remove Large Objects in Photoshop Have you ever tried to remove an object from a photo, but just couldn't get it to look right, whether it be because of the lighting, color, or actual selection? This tutorial provides a handful of tips for perfectly removing objects in Photoshop. [ Read More ]

Five Tips for Becoming a Happier Photographer

Five Tips for Becoming a Happier Photographer Photography in its pure, abstracted state is generally a happy pursuit for those who are passionate about it. In its practical implementation, there are lots of things that can make us grumpy or even disillusioned. This great videos talk about five ways to be a happier photographer. [ Read More ]

Helpful Tips for Standing Out in Portrait Photography

Helpful Tips for Standing Out in Portrait Photography Every genre from landscapes to fine art macro shots of insects of the southern United States has its clichés. And while there's nothing inherently wrong with them, doing something different can help you distinguish yourself. This great video will help you create your best portraits and stand out more. [ Read More ]

Five Portrait Photography Mistakes to Avoid

Five Portrait Photography Mistakes to Avoid Portrait photography (or any genre involving people) is difficult because no matter how good your technical skills are, there's a prominent human element, and your success hinges on being proficient at working with your subjects. This great video will examine five common portrait photography mistakes to avoid. [ Read More ]

YouTube’s CBO Discusses Logan Paul, Monetization, and the Future of the Platform

YouTube's CBO Discusses Logan Paul, Monetization, and the Future of the Platform YouTube's relationship with its creators is notoriously shaky, with seemingly arbitrary decisions and poor communication often having very real effects on the bottom lines of those who use the platform and leaving them upset at the lack of consistency and transparency. In this great interview, Casey Neistat sits down with YouTube's Corporate Business Officer to discuss recent controversies and the future of the platform. [ Read More ]

Why You Should Stop Shooting B-Roll

Why You Should Stop Shooting B-Roll B-roll is supplemental footage that provides alternate angles, tangential storylines, or just filler for a voiceover or to help set the pace of a film and provide you with extra footage in case something isn't working in post. Although it's a standard thing, one filmmaker thinks you should stop shooting b-roll. [ Read More ]

The Road to Success as a Photographer Is Difficult

The Road to Success as a Photographer Is Difficult Getting started in freelance photography can feel like getting on a road you've never taken before and hoping if you drive on it long enough, you'll reach your destination. This great video examines how to deal with the anxiety and expectations you'll experience on your way. [ Read More ]