Ten Most Popular Photography Tutorials In 2021

Ten Most Popular Photography Tutorials In 2021

As the end of the year approaches I’ve put together a list of The Creative Photographer’s ten most popular photography tutorials in 2021. It’s great for me as I can see which topics have been most popular with Google and my readers. And it’s interesting for you as it gives you chance to catch up on any good articles you’ve missed! Here’s the list.

1. Six Things The Square Format Teaches You About Composition

2. Why I Changed from Canon to Fujifilm

3. Phase Detection vs Contrast Detection Autofocus

4. What’s The Best Lens For Family Portraits?

5. How to Create Moody Photos

6. How to Digitize Negatives and Slides With a Lightbox and Macro Lens

7. How To Use Figure To Ground In Photography

8. Color Or Black & White?

9. Four Creative Exercises To Make You A Better Photographer

10. How To Take Amazing Close-Up Flower Photos

Six of these articles also appeared in the 2020 most popular photography articles list (the last four are new entries to the top ten).

I thought you’d also like to see my favorite new articles published in 2021 that didn’t make the top ten. There’s lots of good stuff there so go take a look!

1. Creative Photography Exercise: Make Your Own Photo Book

2. Get Inspired With These Black & White Photography Assignments

3. How To Get Out Of A Photography Rut With Creative Assignments

4. How to Choose Photos that Work Together as Prints and Photo Book Layouts

5. How Curiosity and Patience Make You a Better Photographer

6. How To Make An Impressive Photography Portfolio

7. Four Creative Photography Exercises To Make You A Better Photographer

8. Four Composition Mistakes All Photographers Make

9. How To Be A Better Photographer This Year

10. Three Ways the Rule of Thirds Makes You Think About Composition

About Andrew S. Gibson

Andrew S. Gibson is a writer, publisher, traveler, workshop leader and photographer based in the UK. He started writing about photography while traveling in Bolivia, and has been published in many prestigious photography magazines including EOS magazine, where he worked as a Writer and Technical Editor for two years. He is inspired by meeting new people, seeing new places and having new experiences. Check out his photography ebooks here.

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