If you're looking to improve your photography game (or any skill), there's no better way than to immerse yourself in the wealth of knowledge available on YouTube. Here I found three fantastic YouTubers/Channels who can help you (they did with me) up your photography:

1. Pat Kay – The series of Visual Patterns

Pat Kay’s YouTube channel, is a treasure trove of educational content for photographers of all levels. Pat’s videos cover a wide range of topics, from the basics of composition to advanced editing techniques. He also delves into the philosophy of photography, helping you think more deeply about your art. Pat’s calm and thoughtful approach makes learning photography a rewarding and enjoyable experience.

2. Willem Verbeeck – A Practical Exercise for Photographers

Willem Verbeeck is a talented photographer who shares his passion for photography and cinematography through his YouTube channel, with a unique blend of creativity, technical knowledge, and stunning visual storytelling. His easy-to-follow explanations will help you understand the fundamentals of photography and take your skills to the next level, especially in his video A Practical Exercise for Photographers.

3. In-Depth Cine – Balancing creative thought with technical filmmaking concepts

In-Depth Cine is a fantastic resource for photographers interested in taking their craft to a cinematic level. While they primarily focus on filmmaking, their knowledge and expertise also greatly benefit photographers. They offer tutorials on lighting, composition, and storytelling, all of which can be applied to photography. Learning how to think like a filmmaker can significantly improve your photography skills, and In Depth Cine is the perfect place to start.

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  1. I am not sure where you're getting your information, but good topic. I needs to spend a while finding out more or understanding more. Thank you for great information I was on the lookout for this information for my mission.

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