This post is an homage to the photographers who take time to video blog (vlog) in order to help amateurs like myself learn the craft. There is a plethora of photoblogs, but personally I think the really interesting ones with consistent quality are few and far between.

I prefer the Youtube channels that are about making great photos rather than doing gear reviews, but below you will find both types. I plan to expand and edit this list from time to time, so check back again for more inspiration.

Thomas Heaton

Probably among the most followed photographers on Youtube. His vlog is mostly about landscape photography. I watch his videos not only for the tips on technique and composition, but also for the great tour of the locations you often get.


Ben Horne

Does large format landscape photography. Like Heaton he is a good narrator and his videos give you great insight into the process of finding a good composition.


Simon Baxter

His videos are always very inspiring and well produced. A master of the intimate landscape!


Adam Gibbs

Definitely deserves more subscribes on his Youtube channel. Does nature and landscape photography throughout western Canada and beyond.


The Art of Photography

Channel by Ted Forbes with a lot of great content. I especially enjoy his essays on some of the greatest minds in photography.




March 6, 2017

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