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YouTube has launched the careers of many photographers. These are the best photography YouTube Channels you should be following in 2018.
Beautiful landscape photographs are what Thomas Heaton has mastered. With over 200 thousand subscribers, Heaton waits for the image to come to him. Whether seeking to represent a season or fixture in nature, his videos document his travels and the landscapes he encounters.
Showcased as he vlogs about his photography experiences with stunning visual backdrops, he often shoots in Europe- including Scotland and England. Other trips have included Iceland, Norway, or the United States (Yosemite National Park and the Sierra Nevada Foothills).
Working with her spouse, Tony, Northrup’s videos promote learning the science and art of photography.
Anthony and Chelsea’s video YouTube shows have episodes every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday.
Not only does Chase Jarvis work as an entrepreneur, but he is an American photographer and chief executive officer of Creative Live, founded in 2010. He began photographing pro skiers and snowboarders, but his studio started taking top corporate clients from Volvo to Google, Target, and Honda.
His stylistic approach is described as kinetic, and sports, landscapes, and lifestyle still make a big splash.
You won’t forget Von Wong’s art once you see it. Famous on YouTube for his online personality his art has been defined as hyper-realistic. For example, he has a video on how to create a post-apocalyptic photo-shoot.
At the age of 31, he’s been nominated for Industry Short awards for best use of video and is an ambassador for Wacom and GenNext. He also photographs for Fuji film X and has helped with philanthropic fundraisers which resulted in Viral Go Fund Me campaigns.
Now in his 40’s, duChemin is a published best selling author and photographer of the World. His work is geared to humanitarianism, and he represents the dignity and spirit of each subject on his nomadic adventures.
Known for the humor of his travel stories from all 7 continents, his YouTube channel is updated (almost) weekly:
If you are familiar with photographs chronicling Bruce Gilden, then you may already be familiar with his street photography.
YouTube has video documentaries about the famous photographer that is worth checking out.
For example: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kkIWW6vwrvM
“What you put in the frame determines the photograph.” is just one of Meyerowitz’ quotes. Older than the first few on the list, he is worth checking out in the many documentaries, and more about his street are style.
He also tackles landscape photography and began advocating for the use of color back in the 1960’ when it was discouraged. He is known for photographing the aftermath of the September 11, 2001 9/11 attack.
‘What you put in the frame determines the photograph’: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xumo7_JUeMo
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