Buying your first camera or upgrading the existing one is an exciting event. It can also be a little overwhelming, especially if you’re new to photography. To save you from spending your money in vain, Martin Kaninsky suggests five cameras that every photographer should avoid when making this big purchase.
The brilliant use of complementary colors in “The Queen’s Gambit”
I recently finished Netflix’s The Queen’s Gambit and I have so many great impressions. It’s not just the story and characters I liked, but this TV show is a real treat for photographers. Martin Kaninsky is also enchanted by it, and in his recent video, he guides you through the brilliant use of complementary colors in The Queen’s Gambit.
Seven composition techniques you can learn from “The Queen’s Gambit”
Watching movies and TV series is not only a great pastime activity on cold winter days but also a great way to find inspiration for your photography. Netflix’s The Queen’s Gambit has become insanely popular, and it’s one of the shows photographers definitely should check out. In this video, Martin Kaninsky analyzes the series from a photographer’s point of view, giving you seven composition rules you can learn from it.
How to photograph dogs like Elliott Erwitt
Elliott Erwitt has taken many photos that have become iconic. Some of them show humans, but the main subject of others is the man’s best friend. There are many dog photos Erwitt took and became famous for. And there’s no doubt that his images are recognizable and unique. In this video, Martin Kaninsky of about photography dives into Eliott’s personal history, but also into his recognizable style of dog photography.
How Ansel Adams revolutionized landscape photography
Ansel Adams is, without a doubt, one of the greatest and most influential American landscape photographers. In his latest video, Martin Kaninsky looks at not only Ansel’s work, but his life and what influenced his work to become as recognizable and influential as it was. If you’re a fan of this great photographer’s work, I’m sure you’ll love this video and the presentation.
YouTube flags famous photo “Napalm Girl” because it “violates Child Safety Policy”
Facebook has gone under fire a few times so far for censoring “nude” images that are artistic, iconic, or merely show nude statues. And after Facebook censored the famous Nik Ut’s photo “Napalm Girl,” it looks like YouTube followed the same footsteps. Martin Kaninsky of All About Street Photography recently uploaded a video that tells the story behind this iconic photo. However, it was soon flagged for violating YouTube’s Child Safety Policy.
The story behind the World Press Photo winner “State of Decay” by Alejandro Cegarra
What’s up, photography fans! It’s Martin from All about Street Photography channel and today I would like to talk about a series of photographs. Placing third in the 2019 Photo Contest of the World Press Photo Awards in the Long-Term Projects, Stories. Let’s check out the State of Decay by Alejandro Cegarra.
Life and work of Diane Arbus, one of the most inspirational and controversial American photographers
Diane Arbus was one of the most inspirational, but also most controversial American photographers of the 20th century. If you’d like to learn more about her, Martin Kaninsky of All About Street Photography has an amazing video for you. In about 15 minutes, he’ll introduce you to the fascinating life and work of this famous 20th-century photographer.
The story behind World Press Photo winner “Boxing in Katanga” by John T. Pedersen
Today I would like to talk about a very special photo, which ended up winning the 1st prize in the Sports, Singles category of the World Press Photo 2019 photography contest. Let’s check out Boxing in Katanga!
The story of Robert Doisneau,”a champion of humanist photography”
Robert Doisneau is famous for one of the most romantic images of the 20th century, Le baiser de l’hôtel de ville (Kiss by the Hôtel de Ville). But, his work goes way beyond this iconic photo and it’s filled with humor and soul. In this video, Martin Kaninsky of YFM Street Photography will tell you the story of Robert Doisneau, who was considered a champion of humanist photography.
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