Do you enjoy heading over to YouTube for a break – choose a video and get inspired for the day? You’re not alone. With millions of hours watched every day, there really is something for everyone. I’ve been doing a lot of research on YouTube lately, and in the process found some wonderful channels that you have to check out as a photographer. Know of any more? Leave a comment below – I’d love to find other professional YouTube channels just for photographers.
Everything Adobe – whether you are looking for tutorials on Lightroom, Photoshop, or even Dreamweaver, these videos will give you hours of ideas.
Bert has been adding videos for a number of years; start with his Confessions of a Photographer series for some quick tips on photographing.
PeachpitTV provides a huge array of education and informative videos on a wide range of topics. You’ll find how-to’s on photography, and an interview series from some of today’s hottest photographers.
Karl Taylor’s Photography Tips and Techniques
From fashion shoots to basic photography skills, these professional videos will leave you with a variety of tips to make your photography business better. Watch his 840 Portraits in On Day – pretty amazing.
Mac Photography Tips
Watch videos on everything from digital photography to Photoshop from a wedding and event photographer based out of Sacramento California.
Cameralabs Digital Camera Video Reviews
Had your eye on a particular camera? Check out Cameralabs reviews first. With over 17 million views of his videos, this is the place to come to first.
A very professional series of videos showing photographers how to be better at photography. Watch some of his videos for free, and try out YouTube’s new rental program – the way of learning for the future.
Rick’s Pixel Magic
Rick Sammon provides some interesting tips on photographing and lighting your images.
Professional videos that give you a variety of shooting tips, and a view of what was created in the process. Composing and Framing your shot is a great video to help you photograph for advertisements.
Have you used Lynda.com? It’s a great video training site that gives you in-depth training on anything software. This is Lynda’s channel, and gives a wide array of samples and how-to instruction on everything from Photoshop to a series of podcasts.