You feel you aren’t fully using your skill as a photographer.
You want to find and develop your own strengths and abilities.
You sometimes lack inspiration when wearing a camera.
“I have the goal to inspire you to present better photographs. The aim is not to make you fit into a role as one who can use a camera, but to make the world fit into your camera and viewpoint.”
This course is all about discovering your own vision, talents and abilities as a photographer, and finding what makes your photography uniquely you.
I’ll walk you through every aspect of seeing and composing the shot, taking the right pictures for emotional impact, and telling a story with your pictures.
You’ll follow my methods step by step, with practical exercises to inspire your talent and improve your photographic ability.
Whether you’re a relative beginner or a seasoned professional, this course will give you a new perspective on finding and capturing iconic photos.Start Learning
Find your own strengths, increase your confidence, and expand your creativity with this self-affirming course in photographic inspiration.
Learn how to find and control the magic light.
Discovering your own unique talents and abilities.
Opportunities for greater exposure of your photography.
Techniques to create emotional impact.
Finding the right competitions and choosing a winning picture.
Taking a fresh look at the photographs you have taken.
Now I want you to submit your work to competitions!
As an exercise, you may submit images to exhibitions
Create your portfolio and submit it to me for comment.
“Thank you so much for this information. I find myself looking at everything differently – as a picture.”
“I’m a lot more confident to take and show my photos now. You should be proud that you have obviously brought knowledge and confidence to so many people.”
“I feel that I’ve grown a lot as a photographer, not only through what you taught us, but also by just observing how you move and interact with subjects on the street. And your ‘All you need is love’ approach to photography is the best advice I’ve ever received as a photographer.”