Tony Zhou breaks down films and their cinematography in order to learn how to tell stories better. He posts these remarkable videos on YouTube where he shares what he has learned.
As photographers there is so much to be learned from this!
One of my favorites is his analysis of Michael Bay's films:
I suggest you to head over to his youtube channel Every Frame A Painting because there is a goldmine of knowledge there.
Also if you want to learn more about Tony himself he did an AMA here.
Here is a "Stock Photo Basics" workshop, presented by Keren Sachs. The talk is best-suited for new Shutterstock image contributors. More info on this talk here.
A great video with Steve McCurry on committing to a story.
A great video with Steve McCurry.
A great video with Steve McCurry on following your passion.
Mark Wallace has a really great interactive chart on his site that helps beginning photographers figure out the settings on their camera. Basically it's a PDF withs links to really useful photography video tutorials.
Check it out on his Snap Factory website.
Here is a direct link to the PDF.
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I'll just put this here:
You could try learn your camera's manual by reading it, just be aware that you may actually die of boredom. So what is the fast way to learn a camera manual? Put it near your toilet! That's right leave it near your toilet and you will pick up a thing or two every time you take care of business. When there is nothing to read your camera's manual will save you. You'll learn all about the DSLR you own and don't know how to use.
So um yeah that's that.