Photography is easy, when you know how…
Hands up, who wants to learn how to finally take great photos, but can’t stand reading from a computer screen?
Well, let me share a short story with you, the story of when I knew photography was for me (I get the feeling a lot of you will relate to this).
I had finished up my education with a completely unrelated qualification (that’s a story for another time), and although I enjoyed what I did, I was drawn towards photography.
Trouble was though, with no time/money to go back into education, I had no choice but to study photography the hard way.
On my own, teaching myself.
I used a couple books, my camera manual, my camera (very important), Google, and a lot of hard work.
It’s safe to say that it took a few years before I was happy with my photos, but I persevered, and when I did, this happened…
One day, after a few trips out with my camera, I realised that good photography was no longer a fluke anymore. In fact, it seemed to just come naturally.
I no longer thought about my camera settings, or basic composition.
It just came naturally. That felt AWESOME.
Totally awesome. Such a boost in confidence, my photography went from strength to strength, and I’ve never looked back.
I had learned everything I needed to know, to start taking great photos on a regular basis.
BUT. It was a long time coming. I wish it could have been shorter.
And that’s why I wanted to make it easier for you, with my Video Training Course.
My video training course covers the basis of everything I’ve learned about photography – All my years of hard work, condensed into 25 awesome videos, totally over 3 hours in length.
I’m very proud of what I’ve created, and it’s 100% risk-free. Lets check it out…
My course is all about providing you with the exact knowledge that you will need to go out and start taking better photos.
Here’s a rundown of everything you’ll learn…
Section 1 – Exposure:
- What aperture is, how it’s controlled, what it affects, when we would use certain apertures, and the f/stop scale.
- How to take great photos in low light.
- What ‘shutter speed’ is, how it’s measured, when to use certain speeds, motion blur and freezing, and bulb mode.
- Creative uses of shutter speeds.
- What ISO is, how it’s measured, when to use certain ISO’s, digital noise, and how to counteract digital noise.
- How aperture, shutter speed, and ISO work together.
- The ‘stop’ scale.
- How to prioritise different aspects of your exposure.
- How to read (and use) your exposure compensation meter.
- How to create a perfectly exposed photo.
Section 2 – Your Camera:
- Metering modes – What they are and why we use them!
- When to use different metering modes, and how important it is to get right.
- Histograms – What they are, how to read them, and why they’re important.
- Shooting modes – Which modes you should ignore, and then manual mode, priority modes, program modes, which mode you should use and when, and exposure compensation.
- Focus modes – when you should use each mode and why, fixes for focus problems, hyperfocal distance, where to focus, and manual focus.
- Depth of field – how it’s controlled, along with the relation to aperture, focal length, and distance from subject.
- When to use certain DoF’s, and creative uses for different DoF’s.
- White balance and color casts – how to find the perfect white balance, fixing it in post, and understanding color temperature.
- Focal length – why it’s measured in mm, different uses for different focal length ranges, and its relationship with perspective.
- Crop factor – what it is, and why it’s relevant to you. How it changes your focal length, and lens choices.
- Polarizing filters – how to remove reflections, glare, and haze, while evening out the exposure.
- How to take professionally sharp photos – using and avoiding light, how to choose the best aperture, shutter speed and ISO, and how to make the most from your focus.
Section 3 – Composition:
- Rule of thirds – how to add depth and interest to a photo, why it’s so popular, and more.
- Visual weight – learn how to influence your viewers, so that they look where you want them to look. Grab your viewer’s attention, and keep it!
- Eye-Lines – direct the viewer’s attention again, create other compositional tools with these lines, and portray a variety of emotions.
- Balance – create a pleasing and harmonious photo, or an uncomfortable and unresolved photo.
- How to use symmetry, and evoke certain feelings, as well as how visual weight and placement pays its part.
- Single point – the most misused compositional tool! How to make a boring photo more interesting.
- Triangles – tie the frame together, to evoke a certain feeling.
Section 4 – The Next Step:
- Lens buying guide, so that you make the right purchases.
- How to start making money from photography.
- Valuable advice for your first photography job.
Does this sound like something you might be interested in? Come check it out!
P.S. If you’re not happy, for whatever reason, you can have your money back.
Do you think this would help to transform your photography?
Do you have any questions? Email me at Josh@ExpertPhotography.com
Remember, I’m here to help you.
Don’t be average, be Expert.