About DIYPhotography

Welcome to DIYPhotography.net

DIY Photography (or DIYP for short) started in 2006 as a place for gear lusting photographers (hence the name), it has quickly evolved into a place of inspiration, education, gear chat and a place for photographers to hang out.

With a strong focus on educational content, we feature some of the best and most inspiring photography found worldwide, exciting behind the scenes footage, gear reviews and the best photography tutorials to be found on the web.

Udi Tirosh – Editor

Udi Tirosh is a professional photographer based in Israel. His photography was featured in news outlets, but his passion lies with photographing families, and portraiture work. A father of three, and a relentless entrepreneur, he invented the Bokeh Masters Kit and The Light Blaster.

J.P Danko – Writer

JP Danko is a commercial photographer based in Toronto, Canada.  JP
can change a lens mid-rappel, swap a memory card while treading water,
or use a camel as a light stand.

To see more of his work please visit his studio website blurMEDIAphotography, or follow him on Twitter, 500px, Google Plus or YouTube. JP’s photography is available for licensing at Stocksy United.

Laya Gerlock – Writer

Laya Gerlock is a portrait photographer based in the Philippines. You can follow his work on his web page, follow him on Flickr and if you happen to come by Cubao Quezon, (To Manila, Philippines) he gives a great workshop!

Allen Mowery – Writer

Allen Mowery is a lifestyle photographer, pseudo-philosopher, and wannabe documentarian killing time amidst the rolling hills of Central Pennsylvania. When not shooting client work or chasing overgrown wildlife from his yard, he loves to capture the stories of the people and culture around him. You can check out his work on his website or follow along on Facebook, Twitter (@allenmowery), and 500px.

A note about copyrights:

I and the other contributors to the site have worked hard to provide you with the best articles we can. We spend time, money and resources to share this knowledge and to (sorry for the cheesy statement) help make the photography community better. Feel free to read and use the articles, but please, do not copy the content. The articles and pictures in DIYPhotography.net are reserved to their makers, and copying the pictures/articles can cause them damage. If you find such infringement on the net, please contact me via the contact form, and let me know. (You can read all the legal stuff on terms of use, but really, this request sums it up in human language).

Regards,

Udi Tirosh.