Review on “How to take better photos – Quick and Easy”
“How to take better photos – Quick and Easy” is a four months, on line photography training offered by Better Photos Academy. The program consists of 16 weekly lessons together with 8 bonuses issued every second week. Each lesson is purposefully brief (but thorough!) so it can be quickly read and put into practice.
This online photography training explains, in simple words and without too many technical terms (much appreciated by previous students), how to get the best picture from any situation or scene. Concepts such as aperture, shutter speed, depth of field, exposure, etc. are covered in depth, with numerous examples for different situations.
Who can benefit from this photography course?
“How to take better photos – Quick and Easy” is written for beginners and intermediates but also has value for advanced photographers. While the first lessons focus on the basics of photography and camera features, the last lessons offer tips & tricks for advanced photography (eg. how to take photos of smoke).
On completion of this course, regardless of season, weather, environment, photo type, portrait or abstract, the student will have mastered simple techniques and gained inspiration and knowledge on how best to photographically exploit any situation and achieve the most from it.
How much information does the course cover?
The course covers the entire range of photography types: nature, landscape, macro, studio photos, stock photography, portraits, event photography (eg. weddings). It is a complete package for learning photography removing the need to purchase any additional materials.
This course goes beyond simply teaching how to take better photographs; It and includes tutorials on basic but effective photographic editing using available computer software.
About the author of Better Photos Academy
The materials are provided by photographer Laura Fechete. At the time of writing she has had twelve years experience of photography supported by six years of painting. . She began teaching others about photography four years ago, putting an emphasis on personal experience rather than on classic rules, which can be found in any book.
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