These are so easy, silly and fun and can help you up your TikTok or Instagram photography game. The Stokes Twins are pretty hilarious and have a huge following and the video “365 PRANKS IN 365 DAYS!!” is some adolescent humor but will crack you up.
Get the free preset for Snapseed here: https://www.photoserge.com/offers/6XaRfbSy In this tutorial I show you how to use Snapseed for Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.niksoftware.snapseed&hl=en_US Or here is for IOS https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/snapseed/id439438619?mt=8 Also, check out my video 10 tips to become a pro fine art photographer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pJNPH6TWsGw&t=6s #photoserge #instagramphotography #photography tutorial
Seeing photographers have their photos taken without credit drives me nuts! In this video, I talk about behavior on Insta that annoys me and how non-photographers could treat us with a bit more respect!
Are you struggling with getting the best quality out of your images when posting to Instagram? Here are three easy steps you can take to make sure your images look good on Instagram. Military Photographer J.T. walks you through these steps in this short video.
Erik Egerdahl is a fantastic cinematographer and editor, and this video showcases his editing skills with the ability for heartfelt storytelling. Shooting for CRISTAMinistries, he helps share the story of Kelly Crowdis, a veterinarian doing fieldwork in Haiti for Christian Veterinary Mission. Her story is one of pain, struggle, loss and ultimately redemption.
Kate Brooks is an American photojournalist who has covered the Middle East, Afghanistan, and Pakistan since September 11, 2001. This video has some of the most moving and emotional conflict photos we have seen. Kate shares some of the stories behind the images and portrays both sides of a conflict with equal emotion. Immediately after the September […]
A wonderful heartfelt video of Photographer Milton Rogovin, who spent a lifetime to creating photographs that speak of the humanity of working people, the poor and the forgotten ones. We love his comment “The Rich have their own photographers” See more of his work at www.miltonrogovin.com
Sebastião Salgado may be a photographer that you may not have heard of. Getting a masters in Economics and then discovering Photography after picking up a camera, he immediately changed careers. His social images are iconic in ways that will make you delve deeper into his photos like those by American Dorothea Lange. In this […]