Ever since cave art, we have been trying to use visual imagery to communicate events, objects, even feelings. It is the way to convey a complex message in one go. “A picture paints a thousand words”, they say, and with good reason.
It used to be expensive and complicated to make an image; now, you simply click a button. But still, there are many things to learn. There’s technical knowledge: without knowing your camera and the principles of photography, you will not get far. Then composition, the rules of which haven’t changed since the 17th century. And then there’s the computer knowledge you need for the “post-work”. The good news, however: you can learn all this. “It’s just technique”.
Yes: you can start now. Right now. Seconds from reading this sentence. Come on... you know you want to do it! So, right now, download these full-chapter samples from several of my books:
These will give you a taste of my teaching style—but more importantly, these excerpts were chosen to be useful in their own right. Enjoy!
I have taught my unique courses and seminars in Toronto, Las Vegas, Amsterdam, Phoenix, Timmins, Niagara, London, and many other places, as well as online, using Google Hangouts, as far away as Sydney, Australia. Join the thousands of satisfied students who can now call themselves professional photographers!