Recommended for beginners, intermediate, as well as anyone wishing to consolidate their knowledge and get a highly valued certificate. This sought after Course starts from the Foundations of Photography and combines a variety of specialized workshops in different fields with a step by step process and hands-on experience that builds up real skills.
Students will develop an expert level of control over commercial portraits, fashion photography, interiors, and product photography, as well as any artists and hobbyists who wish to expand their knowledge of how light can be manipulated in a controlled environment.
Students will shoot documentary photography, photojournalism, magazine photography, or wedding photography at a very high level.
One of the downfalls of being in a field that has so many resources available online is that it's easy to forget about all of the great offline resources at your disposal.
One proven way to learn is to attempt to replicate the work of other designers. I'm not suggesting that you rip off other designers by selling this work or taking credit for it as your own (which unfortunately is all too common, especially online).
Once you've become pretty comfortable with your own progress in learning Photoshop, you may want to challenge yourself and have some fun at the same time by entering a design competition.
Leave your camera to its own devices, and it will focus on using the central focus point. While this will produce sharp images in many situations, for more creative photography, it's better to take some control over the focus point.
Focusing on a static subject is all well and good, but not everything will wait patiently for you while you compose and capture your shot. For this reason, you need to master the art of focusing on moving subjects.
When it comes to mastering focus, you also need to know why your shots aren't sharp. This can be down to focusing, but it may also be due to camera shake or the subject moving. You'll need to spot the cause, fix the problem, then try again.
Co-Founder of Photographer Circle