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07-26-2020, 11:04 AM   #46
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Over the years I've watched a number of you-tubers (where I come from "youtube" is a two word insult...) and found Mike Browne to be really useful (Mike Browne - YouTube). I like his presenting style, the fact he gives some really useful insights, but especially I would thank him for showing me how to reverse a lens for a simple macro setup.

The other one I would recommend is James Popsys (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6WYZrzBuNQnz_2F4EqjhDQ). Again, a good presentation style and he doesn't try to sell you something every five minutes
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Occasionally I'll watch Brendan Van Son. He's a travel photographer, so lots of landscapes.

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With the advent of Autumn here in the UK and a wet damp week ahead, I think I might have a 2nd go at photographing mushrooms and toadstools in the local woodland. This is from my last attempt. Hope you all enjoy.
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With the advent of Autumn here in the UK and a wet damp week ahead
Interesting idea.
As Autumn approaches, never forget that Bad Weather Makes Good Pictures!

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I've been enjoying Ben Horne's videos:


And Nick Carver's:


And Borut Peterlin's:


All of whom have inspired me to attempt to make my own videos better...


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cold enough? these guys are very good at explaining technical stuff about equipment & technique, though the slavic accent requires me to backtrack a lot to catch what's missed, as it's hard to take in whatever chart or illustration they're presenting and interpret the vocal narrative at the same time. Not a whole lot of stuff as yet, but the three-part set on using flash outdoors is very instructive.

Koldunov Brothers - YouTube

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Lots of great information in a short time
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QuoteOriginally posted by robgski Quote
Rob,

I tried this YouTube show it is very good. I have now binge-watched the series to bring myself fully up-to-date. Many thanks for pointing out this really fine show.

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I find it worthwhile to watch videos about art history and technique.

This one's a pretty good analysis of composition in painting landscapes - one thing, you have to translate "values" into "luminosity", and "focal point" into "subject":

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Many thanks for pointing out this really fine show.
You are most welcome, and the November episode is now online
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QuoteOriginally posted by robgski Quote
I'd swear someone started a thread like this one, but I can't seem to find it.

Anyway, I've just come across a newly created YouTube channel called "Photography Online" and I'm enjoying the episodes they've released so far.

Below is their most recent
Photography Online - February 2020 - The Show for Photographers - YouTube
Try to check Joshua Cripps Photography channel too! You might find it useful!
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