Four photography YouTubers actually worth watching
Enter "photography tutorial" in YouTube and you'll get over eight million results. It's not easy finding the right content but the four channels below provide a top notch starting point for your photography needs.
I have been following Thomas's YouTube for about two years and I can honestly say that he is a fantastic landscape photographer. He uploads his vlogs weekly (sometimes more frequently) about photography excursions. He has a great eye and his photography is really top notch.
Thomas is a great host and his style is very laid back. What's great is that he is just as likely to upload videos when trips don't go according to plan as wells his successes. His channel has really exploded in recent months and subscriber numbers are now well over 120K. Well worth checking out
I learned everything I needed to.know about Adobe Lightroom from Serge. His free tutorials are fantastic and if you really want you can often download his RAW files to edit and along with the relevant video.
It is not just Lightroom though, Serge also uploads Photoshop tutorials as well as a host of other photography tutorials too. If you want to be an expert in Lightroom, look no further than Serge.
If you use HDR or exposure blending then Jimmy's channel is an ideal stop for you. I have to admit I am fairly new to the whole exposure blending process but Jimmy's excellent tutorials are an absolute must. Many of his tutorials revolve around his own software called Raya Pro - if you can afford it, buy it - it really is amazing, as well as exposure blending in Photoshop. Jimmy talks us through the exposure blending process is laid back style, explaining the intricacies and how to achieve these effects. You can achieve some remarkable results using exposure blending so this is channel is definitely worth checking out.
Hosted by Ted Forbes, this is another channel I have followed for a long time. Ted is clearly a vastly knowledgeable guy who adores photography. He offers vlogs which cover topics such as the history of photography, photo assignments and the excellent artist series where Ted meets a highly respected photographer to discuss their work and their work practices.
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