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04-24-2018, 12:38 PM - 1 Like   #1
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What are your favourite YouTube photography channels?

Here's something we can share that might help us all improve our photography - what photography YouTubers do you watch most?

My favourite is rapidly becoming the Danish landscaper Mads Peter Iversen - vlogs in near perfect English, of course.

The reason I like him is that he has a very engaging personality, but his videos are very instructive and always about the place he's visiting with loads of helpful tips about finding it and parking etc - and about photography, and he's a good photographer - and not all about himself, which is a trap too any fall into.

Mads Peter Iversen - YouTube

Who is your favourite?

04-24-2018, 12:45 PM   #2
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I don't follow anybody in particular but I like Gavin Hoey. I know him through Adorama.
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I watch Thomas Heaton twice a week, every week. Always good.
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I like Joe Edleman and Matt Granger.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Kevin B123 Quote
I watch Thomas Heaton twice a week, every week. Always good.
Me too, more photo, less tech, with the right amount of reality tv.
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I'm going to lose any remaining shred of credibility I may have by saying this...

Despite all his biased opinions, some inaccurate information here and there, and other flaws - I quite like Tony Northrup. Not for the photo review sessions - I don't bother with those, but the equipment reviews and market opinions are entertaining if you don't take them too seriously - and especially if you don't take a defensive stance on your chosen (and his preferred) brands. And his technique stuff, whilst largely oriented towards beginners, is pretty decent too...

EDIT: I must say I rarely spend any time watching any of the channels. For those I do, it's occasional visits...

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WeeklyImogen: it deals mostly with model photography but provides a lot of good concepts for general photography and composition as well as planning a shoot,

James Popsys because I like to be entertained and he has a lot of good insights as well.

Sean Tucker: especially his new series on light.
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Another vote for Thomas Heaton. Travels the world, pleasant and gently humorous demeanour. Manages to create two most weeks.

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Gee, there's a lot of mediocrity out there, especially gear-related (cough) SnapChick (cough) Fro Knows (cough), etc.

The art and technique stuff IMHO is pretty lousy too but for beginners I like David Bergman's stuff for Adorama (he should be doing a lot more, he's an award-winning pro), and Daniel Norton's processes in his longer 'live' segments. I don't mind Ed Verosky, either.

I think the paid material from Creative Live is more useful, but it's up and down in quality so you do have to choose wisely.
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Brendan van Son vlogs almost daily. He's a bit like a Canadian Thomas Heaton, except not. They occasionally team up.

I also like Craig Roberts (E6 Vlogs).
Craig is great because he discovers magical images around his local area or short drives away. You don't have to be a globetrotter.

It's such a fine balance sharing expertise without coming across as patronising; or being vulnerable without false modesty (my kids call it humblebragging).
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forgot Mark Wallace. He is one of the best teachers on Youtube
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Thorsten von Overgaard's YouTube channel is called - Magic Of Light. Thorsten is a Leica photographer, but much of what he says applies to all of us. He's my favorite photographer by a wide margin!.

Also, you might want to check out his website and
the above video too.

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Thomas Heaton and Sean Tucker for actual photography. They seem like nice guys too.

I also like Christopher Frost and Dustin Abbott for gear reviews (though not much in the way of K-mount).

I watch Atola Visuals as well, and yes, that angry guy (very mixed reaction to him though).
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John Free is entertaining to listen to, good stories

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