Now available today, a start-to-finish online course for mastering dynamic photography at night. So often, scenes that look nondescript and boring during the day turn dramatic at night. And the photo opportunities are all around us. Found here: Night Photography Course
Everyone is looking to make their photography stand out. That’s hard to do if you’re photographing during the day like everyone else. But you can really set yourself apart by learning to photograph at night—and this new course will teach you everything you need to know.
In a lot of ways, night photography is a new world that has really just opened up with the advent of digital cameras. So if you don’t have the budget to travel to all sorts of exotic places to take photos, you can still get stunning photographs just by going out at night.
Photographer Jim Hamel is a specialist in night photography, and he’s here to teach in a few hours what it would otherwise take you months—and endless trial and error—to learn about taking breathtaking photos at night.
With over 6 hours of videos so you can learn everything you need to know to take beautiful photos at night. There are 8 learning video modules and 11 practical field work videos that will show you exactly how to capture beautiful night shots.
What You’ll Learn
- How to master exposure at night to take your photos from average to amazing
- The secrets to finding the best subject matter and locations
- The must-have gear to get these stunning shots
- Detailed retouching techniques to make your photos pop
- What to look for and how to set up your shot
- All the technical aspects to nailing the shot
So often, scenes that look nondescript and boring during the day turn dramatic at night. Streetlights, neon lights, traffic, even the moon and the stars give you things to work with that just aren’t available during the day. And the darkness lets you add effects to your photos that are off limits to the normal daylight shooter.
Can you do it? Sure you can. It doesn’t require fancy gear. And it might actually be a way for you to find the time to get out and do some shooting.
Think about it. Is it easier for you to sneak off and get in some shots during the day, when you have a job, family commitments, and errands to run? Or would it be better to get out at night after work when the family is wound down and none of that business is going on?
Not only that, but you aren’t chasing fleeting glimpses of light at night. The light never changes at night. So at night, you can take your time and set up exactly the way you want.
But you have to know what you’re doing. You have to know the techniques for dealing with the darkness. You have to know the best subjects and how to find them. And you have to have the right gear.
Found here: The Night Photography Course