29-08-2017

5 websites that will make you a better photographer

For many creatives, photography is a skill they always want to improve. Taking a photography course can be expensive and time consuming. Luckily, the internet can help you to take your photography skills to a next level. It will surprise you what kind of changes some simple tricks can make. We made a list of 5 websites that will help you become a better photographer.

 

1. British Journal of Photography


British Journal of Photography was founded in 1854 and is the longest-running photography magazine in the world. The magazine focuses on innovation and invention and they believe that the tools you use are the most important in expressing your creativity. The magazine covers photography tips, news and rising talent. Visit their website and start reading.

 

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2. Digital Photography School


It is one of the most popular and longest running photography blogs on the web. Digital photography enthusiast Darren Rowse created the site in 2006 to share tips for photographers. Nowadays dPS has an editorial and a community of over 2 million people around the world. On their website, you can find tips on practicing photography, gear and much more.

 

3. iPhone Photography School


Don’t have an advanced camera? Do not worry! With the right techniques, you can take better pictures with your iPhone than most people take with a professional camera. And for those who do have a professional camera: many capturable moments arise when you don’t expect it. At many of those moments, your camera lies at home, but you do have your phone in your pocket. On iphonephotographyschool.com you can read all about iPhone photography tips and admire other people’s iPhone photography skills.

 

4. DIY Photography


In 2006, DIY Photography started as a website for gear lusting photographers. Now, it is a place of inspiration, education and gear chat. On their website, you can find the most inspiring photography found worldwide, with a strong focus on educational content. They also cover behind the scenes footage, gear reviews and tutorials.

 

5. Best Photo Lessons


Whether you use a professional camera or your smartphone, this website will teach you the basics of photography. All the lessons are free and written by Neil Speers. He based the lessons on the formal instruction and practical experience he gained in over 40 years or professional photography.

 

Once you have captured the perfect picture, you can order custom wall decoration, magazine or book prints via Peecho’s print on demand service. Via Peecho, you can also allow others to buy your creative work in print by using the print button or print link. Just create a Peecho account and get started!

Jolien

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