Wildlife Photography: How To Get Close – online training

Wildlife Photography: How To Get Close

Wildlife photography is among filming's greatest challenges. At its best, it occurs in wild places and conditions, deals with shy subjects, offers no possibility for shooter-subject communication or direction, and seldom allows “scheduling” for best conditions. Even so, it's not simply random; proper knowledge helps you achieve consistent success in this highly-rewarding pursuit.This course shows both still photographers and videographers how to get close to living, wild subjects in their natural habitats. The author's 35 years of professional wildlife photography experience are broken into simple and inexpensive ways to help you jump-start your own exciting portfolio. You'll learn to find wildlife “hotspots”; how to build and use natural or portable blinds; how to use animals' senses and behaviors to photographic advantage; game calling techniques; and how to use animal migrations and life cycles for better pictures. You'll learn tricks that produce immediate and stunning results.This is not a camera class, though equipment considerations are discussed as needed. This class is unique in providing real tips for engaging the natural world on its own terms. You'll quickly discover that such knowledge is far more valuable than owning expensive gear. In fact, using this information may allow surprisingly good imagery with even point-and-shoot cameras.Whether your interest is making money through publication, sharing through programs, or simply to satisfy your favorite hobby, this wildlife course pays for itself many times over. Take it and make your own great wildlife pictures! – >> Click for More details…

How To Take Better Photographs – online training

How To Take Better Photographs

Years ago BEFORE I was a professional photographer, I thought that I took nice pictures. I had a great camera and big heavy expensive lens and a good eye for art, but I was a TERRIBLE photographer. This was in film days where you had to wait to see your pictures developed before you realized that you missed the boat completely! As a professional photographer for the past eight years, I have studied under some of the best lighting and posing experts in the world and I would like to bring you some attainable, easy tips that will ensure that you get great photographs of your family, friends and trips. In this “Photography for Beginners: How to Take Good Photos” course I will also teach you how to create digital scrapbook pages in Photoshop and the importance of printing your photographs to preserve them for future generations. Take this Photography for Beginners course and learn how to take good photos.

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