Trey Ratcliff is arguably the most successful travel photographer in the world and recently developed a popular in-depth training series for photographers. Found here: The Art of Photography
This four-part tutorial covers the fundamentals of how a camera operates, properly composing a photo, finding your artistic style and basic photo editing. Perfect for Beginning and Intermediate photographers.
Don’t Believe these Common Photography Myths
Don’t let these myths keep you from this unique opportunity to improve your photography.
Myth #1 “An expensive camera is required to take beautiful photos.”
You can take beautiful and interesting photos with any type of camera including the one on your phone. You don’t need a particular camera for this tutorial but if you’re in the market for a new camera I can recommend several at different price points.
Myth #2 “You must know everything about your camera before you begin.”
Cameras today are packed with hundreds of features accompanied by an overly complex manual. You can set the manual aside because I will teach you all you need to know to get started.
Myth #3 “Learning photography is too difficult and complex.”
Terms like F-stop, ISO, and Aperture can be intimidating but the concepts are easy once you get over the initial learning curve. We will take things slow, learning as we go, and by the end you’ll be taking photos that will amaze your friends and family.
“I’ve spoken with thousands of people who — despite the beginner or even intermediate courses they’ve taken — are still confused about the basic elements of photography. So I developed my own style of teaching based on an artist’s natural instincts of curiosity and discovery which quickly produces dramatic results.” -Trey Ratcliff
Found here: The Art of Photography
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