Welcome to DIYPhotography.net
DIY Photography (or DIYP for short) started in 2006 as a place for gear lusting photographers (hence the name), it has quickly evolved into a place of inspiration, education, gear chat and a place for photographers to hang out.
With a strong focus on educational content, we feature some of the best and most inspiring photography found worldwide, exciting behind the scenes footage, gear reviews and the best photography tutorials to be found on the web.
Udi Tirosh - Editor
Udi Tirosh is a professional photographer based in Israel. His photography was featured in news outlets, but his passion lies with photographing families, and portraiture work. A father of three, and a relentless entrepreneur, he invented the Bokeh Masters Kit and The Light Blaster.
J.P Danko - Writer
JP Danko is a commercial photographer based in Toronto, Canada. JP
can change a lens mid-rappel, swap a memory card while treading water,
or use a camel as a light stand.
Jeff Guyer - Writer
Jeff Guyer is a photographer based in Atlanta, GA., who currently specializes in commercial and portrait photography, as well as weddings, sports, and other special events. In addition to his time behind the camera, Jeff also spends a few days a week at the front of a classroom, teaching his "Digital Photo Challenges" class for kids. When not photographing for his clients, teaching what he knows to a new generation of photographers, or writing for various photography publications, Jeff-- still an avid film shooter-- can usually be found somewhere on the streets of Atlanta, chasing light and telling a story.
Laya Gerlock - Writer
Laya Gerlock is a portrait photographer based in the Philippines. You can follow his work on his web page, follow him on Flickr and if you happen to come by Cubao Quezon, (To Manila, Philippines) he gives a great workshop!
A note about copyrights:
A note about my commitment:
All the articles on DIYPhotography.net are free and will remain free, as long as I can afford it. I hope that providing free, intelligent articles about stuff you can do at home, will encourage amateur photographers to experiment and to test their limits.