Photography Course

31 Mar

Recently, I had a chance of learning from a very professional videographer who is also an expert in photography. The class was only eight hours but I managed to pick up a lot of tips and tricks from him. It makes a whole lot of difference between reading and actually attending a class conducted by someone professional. So, if I have a chance, I will want to take a whole photography course to learn all that I haven’t learn.

Of course, photography is something that you either like or just being impartial to it. Not everyone has the passion to go all the way to learn the technical stuffs of a camera to the finer points of the art call photography. But for those who does have the passion, it is always fun to pursue a course.

Take for example, wedding photography. There are hundreds and thousands of wedding photographers out there but majority of them produce the same kind of work. If you have seen one, you have seen all. However, there are gems of photographers who really produce breath-taking shots and pictures that make you go wow! I have seen a wedding album taken with black and white photography techniques. It reminiscence of the wedding photos of the 1940s, 50s and 60s which exude a certain charm and romance like our grandmothers’ era.

So, if you are looking for good photography tips and wish to find a professional photography course to become a photographer, check out some of the excellent websites out there. The New York Institute of Photographer has some good articles for reading as well.

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