Want to take your photography to the next level? There’s an abundance of websites out there offering tutorials, but which ones are any good? We’ve been following a few for several years now, and these are the ones we think are the best.
Part of the massive Envato empire, this blog contains what we believe to be the most in-depth tutorials on a variety of subjects. They also offer a premium paid subscription, but the free articles cover an incredible amount of knowledge and information. For example, want to create a fabulous product photograph, paint with light at night, master outdoor flash photography? Look no further than Photo Tuts+. Finally, check out their behemoth of a list containing links to 100 tutorials.
Pixiq is a relatively new tutorial site with a very modern, clean appearance, with tons of talented contributors. It’s updated at an absurdly frequent rate, and features in-depth sections on gear, techniques, and more. They also touch the historical and theoretical side with articles such as this one and this one.
Do you like to fool around with gadgets or even create your own? This is the site for yo. Also I can’t think of too many websites where you could learn how to bake a Nikon cake. Yet DIY Photography shows us how. And of course they cover plenty of serious subjects as well, such as this very detailed tutorial shows you how to shoot splashes at high speeds.
Probably the most famous of all tutorial sites. It’s not my personal favorite, as the articles don’t always have so much depth. But there is no denying you can probably find what you want on this website. It covers all angles.
Scott is one of the most well known Photoshop teachers around. If it’s a good no-nonsense PS tutorial you’re after, this is the place. And his blog covers all kinds of subjects beyond Photoshop, such as Lightroom, photoshoots,lighting, and more.