Are you new to photography? Tired of searching for photography tips on Reddit? Alongside having the best online photography courses, we’ve also got 10 free photography tutorials!
Photography isn’t all f/stops and inverse square laws – it can be pretty fun and should be! If you’re looking for a break from the hardcore learning, then check out our 10 cool guides to photography all created by iPhotography.
Learn how to create backgrounds that are easy to replace for all your product, still life and portrait photography needs as we show you the power of green screen photography.
Ain’t nothing cooler than finding a new photo editing app that just blows your mind. We’ve got 3 cool apps that you might new have heard of that give totally unique effects for creative photographers.
No longer will your portraits be bound to Earth! In this levitation photography tutorial we’ll show you how to make your subjects float. We’ve also included a bonus photography tutorial in the video about creating see-through effects too!
Overlooked too often by photographers but in-camera filters such as vignettes, vintage, toy camera, selective colour and painterly effects offer fun and cool experiences with your camera. Not all photos need to be insta-worthy, enjoyment is the key to photography.
Want to up your pet portrait game? This incredible editing tutorial shows how to take any portrait and give it the 17th century look as we turn photos into Renaissance paintings.
Photographers love their glass so it stands to reason that fractals make it more fun. Learn how to use crystals and prisms to refraction and distort light creating cool and abstract photos.
If you’re prepared to get messy (but look cool in the end) then discover the art of paint powder photography. Get the dust sheets out and protect your camera at all costs!
When done right, it’s amazing! Colour splash editing tutorials all show you a different way to create the effect, we’ll show you how to make it effective, clean and striking on any photo you try.
Double exposure photography is an artform in itself – some photographers dedicated their passion to it. Find out how to shoot, compose and shoot again for striking double exposure effects.
If you’re more of a night time photographer we’ve got some tricks for you. Slow down the shutter speed and learn to capture motion in a totally unique way with our light trail photography tutorial for beginners.