Ways to Improve Your Photography Without a Camera

Photography is the sort of thing you can always find new ways in which to improve, whether it is your technique, creativity, business, or something else. If you are looking for ways to improve your photography, be sure to check out this fantastic video tutorial that will show you several ways to become a better photographer that will not require a camera. 

Coming to you from Dylan Goldby, this excellent video tutorial will show you several ways to improve as a photographer that do not require a camera. Of them, I think one of the most important is developing good patience, which is something that can apply whether behind the camera or at the computer. In this age of instant gratification, a lot of us (certainly myself included) can become easily and quickly disinterested or frustrated when we are not getting the shot we want or an edit is taking a long time to get just right. However, patience can often be what allows you to finally get the shot you truly want or to get that edit just right, and it will help you become a more intuitive and insightful photographer. Check out the video above for the full rundown from Goldby. 

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Zack Schindler's picture

In my case it is a lot of self education. I study the lighting in movies especially from the 1940's as we can learn a lot from them.
For over a year now I have been getting books from our state library interloan system. Right now I have books by Avedon, Irving Penn and Lee Friedlander. Getting a bunch of other books this week by Hiro, Elgort, WIm Wenders and Walker Evans. Studying the works of the greats can teach us a lot.