I’ve looked to YouTube for advice and inspiration when it comes to landscape photography, and these are the channels that I watch that offer something a little more than your average “follow me whilst I go out taking photos” vlogs – although don’t get me wrong, there is a lot of value in watching someone’s personal approach to photography whatever the format 🙂
I’d love to hear what you think of these channels, and what your favourite channels are in the comments!
In no particular order:
And before the comments go crazy I do watch and highly recommend Simon Baxter’s channel for his intimate knowledge of woodland photography and philosophical approach to his work. He didn’t make the cut here mainly because he doesn’t post as regularly as the others here. But that sounds a little harsh, so here is his channel too 🙂
Also, I have an interest in the UK landscape first and foremost, and that is reflected by the fact that these channels are from UK based photographers. I do watch other channels of course, and simply can’t feature them all here but may feature more of those in a future video.
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