Online Photography Resources
Updated January 2020
Adobe Care – The Adobe Care channel offers a variety of video instructions to help you have the best experience using our products.
Adobe Lightroom Tutorials – Learn the basics, or refine your skills with Lightroom tutorials.
Adobe Photoshop Tutorials – Learn the basics, or refine your skills with Photoshop tutorials.
B&H Event Space – B&H offers an astonishing array of free seminars and inspirational lectures by talented pros from around the world.
B&H Explora – Welcome to the B&H Explora Blog! Get the latest News, tips and reviews for the hottest products. Explore and learn from the professionals at B&H.
Bryan Peterson School of Photography (BPSOP) – BPSOP is dedicated to bringing you the best online photography learning experience.
Cambridge in Colour – Cambridge in Colour is an online learning environment where photographers can come to improve their skills.
Canon Digital Learning Center – The Canon Digital Learning Center (CDLC) is dedicated to providing online educational resources for imaging professionals.
Digital Photography School – A website with simple tips to help digital camera owners get the most out of their cameras.
ePHOTOzine – A fun and inteactive international photo community where you may showcase you in their gallery and discussi photography in a friendly forum.
Envatotutsplus – This website offers creative and technical skills across many topics that help to take your photography knowledge to the next level.
FroKnowsPhoto – FroKnowsPhoto has an informative website to help photographers of all skill levels with tutorials and videos in the art, of capturing moments in phototography. Youtube channel: Jared Polin
ISO 1200 – ISO 1200 Magazine searches videos around the world to share the secrets of the best photographers.
KelbyOne – KelbyOne offers PAID members access to more than 10,000 online training videos in photography, Photoshop and Lightroom taught by a team of highly respected instructors in the industry.
Light & Matter – Light & Matter Media is a digital media publisher based in Seattle, WA, and has been publishing educational articles and videos, reviews, comparisons, and editorials since 2009.
lynda.com – lynda.com is an online learning company that helps anyone learn software, design, and business skills to achieve their personal and professional goals.
Learning With Experts – Their online photography courses offers a classroom learning experience from the comfort of your own home.
New York Institute of Photography – The NYIP offers high-quality photography courses for students who want to learn photography from home on their own time.
Nikon Learn And Explore – Get tips and advice from pros, learn new shooting techniques, discover classes and workshops.
Outdoor Photographer – Master the skills you need with photography techniques from the experts.
PetaPixel – PetaPixel is a leading blog covering the wonderful world of photography.
PFLI – The Photographic Federation of Long Island is a voluntary non-profit organization of camera clubs from Nassau and Suffolk counties and the 5 boroughs of NYC. It is dedicated to the enjoyment and advancement of photography.
Phlearn – A small, fast and flexible company comprised of creative and passionate photography professionals who create Photoshop and Photography tutorials for photographers in all phases of their career.
Photo Argus – A resource for all photographers, novice to advanced, bringing you useful information, inspiration, techniques, tutorials, photographer showcases and more.
Photographic Society of America – The Photographic Society of America (PSA) is a worldwide organization for anyone with an interest in photography. Founded in 1934, the Society is for casual shutterbugs, serious amateurs, and professional photographers.
Photography.ca – Photography.ca blog and podcast along with the forum discuss fine art photography, general and digital photography as well as provide tips and techniques to improve your photography.
PhotographyTalk.com – A global community of more than 1.5 million subscribers. Photographers communicate through the PhotographyTalk forum to improve their skills in photography. Youtube channel: PhotographyTalk
PhotoNaturalist – PhotoNaturalist is a blog about nature and macro photography.
Photo.net – Photo.net is a robust, collaborative peer-to-peer educational platform for photographers ranging from hobbyists to professionals.
Photoshop Essentials.com – Photoshop Essentials offers tutorials for Photoshop beginners or anyone who just needs to refresh their skills.
PictureCorrect – This website is a valuable resource to photographers of all experience levels. Their goal is to serve some of the best information that is relevant to photographers everywhere.
PiXimperfect – PiXimperfect is a free, all-in-one resource for anyone to learn Photoshop. This instructor believes in learning the concepts, more than learning the steps so that you can translate your imagination into art.
Popular Photography – Find photography tips, camera reviews, and camera gear to improve your photography skills from the world’s largest photography magazine.
Russ Burden Photography – In addition to his workshops, he provides Photo Tips. He is also a contributor to Outdoor Photographer magazine with his “How To” column.
Shutterbug – This website provides instructional articles for serious photographers to improve their skills.
SLR Lounge – SLR Lounge is the photographer’s educational community. They teaching photographic/lighting and post production techniques for those in the business of photography. Youtube channel: SLR Lounge
Snapfactory – Mark Wallace is a photographer and photography instructor. You can learn more about his workshops at snapfactory.com. The Snapfactory YouTube channel is dedicated to the art of photography, a place where we wish to educate, inspire, and connect photographers. Youtube channel: Snapfactory
Strobist – Strobist is the world’s most popular resource for photographers who want how to learn to use their flashes like a pro. The site includes both archived educational modules and ongoing feature articles. Want to learn how to light? Visit Strobist’s huge library of free core educational modules.
Tim Grey.com – Regarded as one of the top educators in the field, T. Grey offers clear guidance on complex photography subjects.
YouTube – YouTube is a resource for excellent tutorials. Use the search function, e.g., Photoshop, macro photography, exposure, Lightroom, manual mode, layers, PS Elements, etc. Here are additional links for you to try:
- Tony & Chelsea Northrup
- Matt Granger
- DigitalRev TV
- Joe McNally
- Anthony Morganti
- Jason Lanier
- PhotoRec TV
- PHOTOSHOP ELEMENTS
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