Earlier today, I was catching up on my RSS reading and dipped into Search Engine Watch (Yeah, I have a dark past working in SEO, and I like to keep an eye on recent developments), when I found a post about the recent Google Doodle - and how it caught the eyes of the world, where all sorts of talented people decided to play the ridiculously low-tech instrument (I mean... Who plays a search engine? Rage against the Machine's Tom Morello - that's who). It rekindled my passion for Youtube, and I decided to have a look around and see if I could find any good photography video tutorials. Turns out that was easy to say and even easier to do...
Ladies and gents, without further mincing of words:
Rick Sammon's top 10 photography tips
Full photography school
Also, see the full 13-episode series here.
Light painting tutorial
Make your own macro lens
Make Magazine made a great little video tutorial of my Macro Photography for £10 article:
Photoelasticity Birefringence Photography
Using a softbox
High key lighting setups
A great stop motion inspirational movie
So there we have it - a metric load of fabulous learning, inspiration, and general fun on YouTube. So the next time you're stuck for inspiration, why not just search for 'photography' on YouTube, and see what it spits out? You never know what you might learn by accident...