If you are a newbie or even an experienced photographer, you'll find lots of goodies on YouTube that will help you in the world of photography. These include how-to guides, tips, reviews, interviews and inspiration!
Some of the most popular and information filled channels are as followed...
This is a photography shop in the US that has published over 1,300 videos with tips on photography and cameras. One of their most popular videos is titled: The 15 Features of Your DSLR That Every Photographer Should Know.
This is also a high street shop based in the United States with over 600 videos about photography, that include both tips and reviews of photographic equipment. One of their most popular videos is titled: Nikon D3S vs. Canon EOS 1D Mark IV - Which one's better?
COOPH is a magazine and shop for photographers. One of their most popular videos is titled: 7 Smartphone Photography Tips & Tricks.
The Camera Store TV provides the latest tips in photography as well as camera reviews. One of their most popular videos is titled: Canon 5D MK III vs Nikon D800.
This YouTube channel provides info on photography and Photoshop. One of their most popular videos is titled: How to Remove Anything from a Photo in Photoshop.
This YouTube channel was started by photographer Ted Forbes, but there are several other photographers who contribute and provide photography tips and reviews. A popular and useful video is titled: Photography lesson with John Free.
With this channel you can find courses, photography tips, reviews and interviews. A very useful video selection is titled: Photography 101 | Master Manual Mode.
This channel provides how-to guides, tips and product reviews. We recommend Photographing the World: Landscape Photography & Post Production with Elia Locardi.
This is a photography shop in the US that provides plenty of good and interesting videos on YouTube. A good video is titled Landscape Photography Tips: Stay Focused.
There's no shortage of quality photographers on YouTube and these are some of the channels you should definitely check out: