Your favorite photography related YouTube channels?

Gromit

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Joe Edelman
Darren Miles
David Thorpe
Sean Tucker
Mark Galer (for his Sony stuff)
Jimmy Cheng (Red35) who's responsible for me shelling out for the 45 Pro :D

And if I'm suffering from insomnia - Northrup videoszzzzzzzzzz
 

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There's so many, but these are the ones I frequently check out (some are more prolific posters than others).

Sean Tucker
Thomas Heaton
Rachel Lerch
Nigel Dansen
Brenda Petrella

For gear reviews it would be the Hybrid Shooter and recently Red35.
 

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James Popsys is entertaining, not overly technical usually but uses MFT gear.

Tucker, Heaton, Danson, Hugh Brownstone (Three Blind men and an elephant), TCSTV, DPreview (now that Chris and Jordan do them).
 

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I like the seminars of B&H. A lot of great presenters.
This week in photo,
Paul Bauby,
Steveperry,
Gmaxstudios,
Fenchel&Janich,
LandscapephotographyIQ,
Mike Browne,
TronWestby,
WexPhotoVideo,
JasonOdell,
Many more,
and of course my channel ToxicTabasco.
 

LilSebastian

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Simon’s Utak on YouTube is fairly young, but already full of adapted legacy lens videos, seemingly using his direct experience and own copies of lenses. His m42 screw mount lenses including Super Takumar and Helios are featured several which is how I found his channel. Avoid this at all costs if you have GAS for old, character filled lenses. He will likely turn you on to yet another lens to buy.

 
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There are some great channels and love watching Rob Trek, David Thorpe, Peter Forsgard, Matti Sulanto, Red35. But here's a shout out to the lesser known ones that I love and are worth a watch (some M43 and some street photography):
Eric Jennings
Damian Brown
Framelines
Ramon Trotman Photography
Streetsnappers
the_real_sir_robin
Graphiknation
Danielhorvathofficial (Hungarian, but great there's a great pen f 75mm pov street vid)
Mitchellkphotos (Lumix ambassador, but honest opinions on M43. Check his best lens for travel vid)
 

DAEMANO

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So many great channels mentioned already. Like so many others, David Thorpe is king calm for me too. Here are some other relaxing but somewhat lesser known excellent M43 focused channels that skip the gimmicks and hype to present valuable straightforward M43 photo info.
 

pwol

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This is such an amazing channel that you guys should check out.

His passion, excitement, creativity, editing, etc are all through the roof.

He uses Olympus gear so well. This is like the perfect example of what the system and specifically the omd em1x/em1iii excel at. He has a bunch of videos of him getting snow, dirt, mud, etc thrown on his camera to get the shot.

I love the pov video style and watching how he sets up his shots.

Only 2.6k subscribers too.... a real hidden gem.

Here's one of my favorite videos from him:



This is another great vid, perfect example of what the em1x can do..

 
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AaronE

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For some of the best street photography made simple and highly insperational in how to approach people on the street.

DozierGraphic
 
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