Are you unhappy with your photos? Do you struggle to understand camera settings, and get confused with all the technical terminology?
Bypass these issues ... learn the fun stuff first!
*Understand what makes a 'good photo' ( bad photo)
*Learn to compose your photos with clear intent, not randomly
*Know how to critique your own wk
*Feel good about your photography
Learn the artistic side of photography, and once you've got this mastered, then learn all that left-brained stuff.
Most photography courses try to teach you how a camera wks. Technical stuff such as the Exposure Triangle, which is quite difficult to understand. Here, we get into the aesthetic and the artistic - things anyone with a camera can comprehend.
What you need
*Camera - any model will do; smartphone, compact DSLR
*A tripod to stabilise the camera (optional)
*A friend to pose f you
*About four hours to practice what you've learned
*Suitable f beginner & intermediate photography enthusiasts
*Recommended f advanced photographers who never studied this topic
*12 sht, sharp lessons you can put into practice today
*35 minutes of video training
*1 quick quiz - to test your memy recall
*4 exercises - put these principles into practice
*4 downloadable PDF exercise sheets
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