Improve your photography, not your camera…it’s both rewarding and cheap!
If you want to improve your photography then you need to improve your composition.
Photography is composition, and your camera is just a tool. A camera alone cannot make a great photo. Only your compositional skills and imagination can do that.
You already have imagination, creativity and talent, even if you don't fully realise it yet. What you need in order to translate all of those qualities into a photograph, is compositional skill.
Concentrating on my own personal approach to photography and composition, this course will teach you how to turn what you see in your minds eye into a photograph that turns heads and draws the viewer in.
Composition isn’t just about the dry technical stuff. It’s about your emotional engagement with your surroundings and having moments of inspiration.
It’s about the process of translating that moment of inspiration into a photograph that makes people who have never met you or have never been to that location want to look and linger and wonder at the photograph that you created.
What I do in this course is to communicate an organic and natural learning process, similar to my own self taught learning process but with reference to the standard rules of composition, which helps to provide a structure for the course.
I am still acutely aware of the compositional mistakes I made when starting out, so I factor that knowledge into the tuition you will receive in this course, which will help you to accelerate your own learning.
I will teach you how to spot a composition, and then what to do to make sure that what you see in your minds eye is what we end up seeing when we view your images.
├── 01 Introduction
│ ├── 001 Introduction.mp4
│ └── 002 Objects and subjects.mp4
├── 02 Compositional techniques
│ ├── 001 Introducing the techniques.mp4
│ ├── 002 Placement.mp4
│ ├── 003 Placement.mp4
│ ├── 004 Separation.mp4
│ ├── 005 Balance.mp4
│ ├── 006 Rule of thirds.mp4
│ ├── 007 Applying compositional techniques.mp4
│ ├── 008 Limitations of the rule of thirds part 1.mp4
│ ├── 009 Limitations of the rule of thirds part 2.mp4
│ └── 010 Summing up with examples.mp4
├── 03 Visualization
│ ├── 001 Introduction to visualisation.mp4
│ ├── 002 How I use visualisation, part 1.mp4
│ └── 003 How I use visualisation, part 2.mp4
├── 04 Compositional components
│ ├── 001 Geometry and lines.mp4
│ ├── 002 Geometry and lines part 2.mp4
│ ├── 003 Geometry and lines part 3.mp4
│ ├── 004 Symmetry.mp4
│ ├── 005 Layers part 1.mp4
│ ├── 006 Layers part 2.mp4
│ ├── 007 People in the landscape part 1.mp4
│ ├── 008 People in the landscape part 2.mp4
│ ├── 009 Scale part 1.mp4
│ ├── 010 Scale part 2.mp4
│ ├── 011 Frame within a frame part 1.mp4
│ ├── 012 Frame within a frame part 2.mp4
│ └── 013 Frame within a frame part 3.mp4
└── 05 Compositional styles
├── 001 Compositional styles - Introduction.mp4
├── 002 Compositional styles - Open landscape and closed landscape.mp4
└── 003 Compositional styles - Detail and movement.mp4
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