Our Professional Photography Course is designed for anyone wanting to become a Professional Photographer. With unparalleled training and personal attention throughout the program, it is also ideal as a preparation course if you want to apply for a BA, MA, or any postgraduate studies in Photography.
This is a comprehensive survey of practically everything a photographer needs to know in order to begin shooting with purpose. Think of this as the gateway to our more advanced classes.
This more advanced class takes the principles established in Photography1 and applies them toward higher-level creative and professional goals.
If you're attempting to improve your abilities with Photoshop, blogging on the subject will help you to stay active in your pursuits, and it will force you to keep learning. Working on the content for your blog will be an excellent educational experience.
Online galleries that display exceptional work by various artists are an excellent source of design inspiration. This inspiration will come in handy when you're looking to experiment on your own and create impressive results.
Regardless of what field you're in, following, and learning from an expert can be incredibly beneficial, and graphic design is no different. If you hope to become a standout designer, why not find someone that you admire and pay close attention to their career and their work?
One helpful tip is to line up the edges of certain elements in the frame to create a pathway that leads to your subject. This will make your photos more balanced and visually appealing.
Read photography books, attend exhibits, and browse photography portfolios online. Since photography is a visual art, you can pretty much learn what makes a good photo by studying it — or looking at it intently.
Putting your work out, there can be quite intimidating at first. But the feedback from others can help you find out what you are doing wrong and what needs to be improved.
Co-Founder of Photo Deux