Well, I just got back from an amazing trip through New Zealand and for everyone out there, I suggest you add it to your bucket list! It’s visually stunning with immense natural diversity to make any photographer fall in awe.
Here’s the gear we Continue Reading »
Panasonic Lumix cameras – 4 great models
The Panasonic Lumix camera series has been helping photographers take stunning pictures ever since its launch 12 years ago. These cameras come in an impressive range of models to suit every need from sleek point and shoot designs to the more sophisticated G series.
Here’s a rundown of 4 Lumix models that punch above their weight.
Panasonic Lumix G3
Although it came out in 2011, The G3 remains Continue Reading »
The photographic capabilities of the iPhone are unparalleled. With a variety of apps available to tweak photos and add filters, the ability to capture amazing shots in now literally in the hands of each and every iPhone user. Our mobiles travel everywhere we do, presenting us with the chance to take incredible photos whenever the opportunity arrives.
Sometimes it’s hard to get the right shot. Of course, a little information goes a long way, and there are a number of approaches we can take to improve our iPhone photos without having to enrol on a photography course. Some methods are reliant on apps, while others rely on a little bit of common sense in order to get Continue Reading »
It’s time for another great guest post here on YPS! I met Guy Yang through Udemy where most of my video tutorials are featured in a course. There are tons of awesome courses there (I’ve taken quite a few) and Guy’s course on iPhoneography is no exception! Like me, Guy genuinely wants to improve your photography skills and his area of expertise is iPhoneography. I met Guy and watched a few of his tutorials and I can tell you that he has some serious skillz! You can check out his complete and very professional iPhoneography course RIGHT HERE!
Here are a couple of very easy techniques that will boost your iPhoneography immediately. When Yanik asked me to write a few tips for you, his readers, I scratched my head, wondering what information would be of Continue Reading »
You’ve entered the sleek, simple, and dramatic of an oversized photograph as the central design feature in a room.
You see this motif everywhere, from fashion and interior design magazines to retail settings. At once, the large photo/minimalist room evokes drama, and sometimes mystery or suspense. Done well, it creates a mood that only a few interior designers can match by other means and modernists, bohemians, and creatives everywhere enjoy.
Who can say why, exactly? There is something so appealing between the contrast of a minimalism of a wall and the Continue Reading »
Finally after months of hard work, I’m happy to let you know that Yanik’s Photo School has its official iPhone and Android App! Woohoo!
I’m very excited be able to bring you all of my tutorials to the mobile world in a sleek and simple style that keeps the focus on what you really want: LEARNING AWESOME STUFF!!
I’ve even added push notifications so you’ll know right away when a new tutorial is available.
As a bonus, I integrated a Continue Reading »
It’s with great pleasure and honor that UDEMY has asked me to publish Yanik’s Photo School’s Photoshop and Lightroom video tutorials on its platform.
For those of you not familiar with UDEMY, it’s one of the leading online learning sites on the Web featuring lectures from New York Times best-selling authors, CEOs, celebrities, and Ivy League professors. And they’ve Continue Reading »
It’s no secret that I have a fond love for good food and good drink. If you’ve been following me on Facebook or Twitter, many of my daily iPhone shots are about food.
That’s why I decided to start Mobile Foodie to focus exclusively on food. Of course, the main focus is all about the Continue Reading »
I’ve been having fun working on this little secret project for you guys and it’s almost live!
Many of you have emailed me asking if Yanik’s Photo School would ever be available as an app and, even though the blog is mobile friendly on the iPhone, it’s not the same as having a native app. Sooooo… As of today, I submitted my app to both Android and Apple stores and I’ll release both at the same time and have a big party!
The app will feature all the tutorials found on YPS and as I add more tutorials, the app will be updated as well. I’ll even be alble to Continue Reading »