Your favorite tutorial YouTube accounts & videos

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  1. jowensphoto

    jowensphoto Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Wasn't sure where to post this, but I think it works here.

    What are your favorite YouTube videos or accounts for photography tutorials?

    I really like Adorama for OCF and Phlearn for post production.


     
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    some of Tony Northrups how-to videos are good. His informational ones are boring and full of silliness.

    I like Mark Wallace's video -- he does a lot for Adorama as well.

    Matt Granger has some decent stuff in there as well -- but mostly informational and less how-to.
     
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    My favorite is the B&H Explora series. I think there are over 550 videos now, many are over an hour. Also, some of the videos from their annual Optic events are fantastic.
     
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    Yeah...Mark Wallace's Adorama stuff is well-conceived and well-done!
     
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    I’m a huge fan of Gavin Hoey’s videos from his “take and make” series with Adorama. Very informative, and short enough to keep my attention. He definitely pushes the flashpoint product line pretty hard, but the information he gives is relevant regardless of what gear you have.
     
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    Bryan Peterson videos are quick fun fixes for simple nice ideas
     
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    Yes!! I've been binge watching his videos
     
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    I have watched quite a few from many of those at Adorama. Some of Grangers, and Northrup. Even some reviews from "the angry #$%^". Being on the road a lot, and tv horriable now a days. I tend to get a few in every night.
     
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    Jessica Kobeissi runs one of my favorite photography youtube channels. Some great BTS videos, retouching tutorials, tips, interviews, reviews, etc. Definitely worth watching.
    Jessica Kobeissi
     
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    I've really enjoyed Sean Tucker's videos. He's pretty new, came into the light from PetaPixel. But his videos are fantastic.

    They are not really gear centric but more focused on art of photography.

    Worth checking out > Sean Tucker

    Mango Street is another YouTube channel that gets quite of bit of views. They are hipsters but they make some good content, funny too sometimes.

    Mango Street

    Ted Forbes is another cool dude, I know him. Haven't met him yet but I've chat with him occasionally over the years. He's kind of like Sean Tucker, not overly gear centric.

    The Art of Photography

    There are so many to list, actually..it's endless. So much content available on YouTube for photography its insane.
     

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