One of the greatest joys in photography is the ability to keep learning new skills, whether that be for a beginner, intermediate photographer or professional. There is no limit to what we can learn, with new opportunities presenting themselves the more we get out to shoot and the more information we seek out. Our own photographer and videographer Gareth Evans has been creating insightful Tutorial Tuesday videos for two years now with 50 video tutorials covering photography subjects such as;
Each tutorial also lists the equipment used in the videos, from cameras and lenses from all major brands as well as video equipment and accessories used to create cinematic scenes throughout the videos.
Photography encompasses a lot of genres or subjects and Gareth has done an amazing job of providing useful, practical tips and techniques which can be applied to various genres, which our viewers are interested in. We’ve also commissioned the help of a number of brand ambassadors and professional photographers to offer their advice with their experiences, situation which include tutorial tips, industry tricks and techniques. These include:
The 50th Tutorial Tuesday Video
Our 50th video is titled ‘Five Tips for Sunset Portraits' where we cover location and timing, working with the light, background and colour, interacting with the scenery as well as camera settings. We’ve embedded the video here for our readers to watch and we hope you find the video useful to improve your naturally lit portraits.
If you have any ideas or thoughts for videos leave a comment below any of our videos and we’ll gladly find themes popular subjects our fabulous audience are interested in. Of course Gareth also reviews equipment, testing the latest cameras, video camcorders and lenses so that our customers get an insight into gear as it is released.
Over the last 50 videos there have been a number which have stood out which viewers comment, like and enjoyed more than the others. These include
We also have a blog packed full of photography tips and inspiration for those who enjoy a good read whilst learning new skills and gaining ideas and many posts also have videos to watch.
By Nick Dautlich on 06/10/2020
Events at Park Cameras
Throughout the year, Park Cameras hold and attend a range of events. For photographers currently stuck indoors, as opposed to our events that are traditionally held in store or on the road, we are currently working on a range of events that can be held in the comfort and safety of your own home. In these uncertain times, there’s never been a better time to get to grips with your camera, and hopefully we can help achieve this. Find out more